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Friday 29 March 2013

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News & features published on 29 March 2013
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Good Friday Pop Up Church takes over Waterloo Station concourse

Passengers at Waterloo Station on Friday morning got a surprise when a flashmob of local church members suddenly launched into a rendition of 'Amazing Grace'.

Tweets on 29 March 2013

Friday recap: Pop Up Church at Waterloo Station http://t.co/jjzf5eLHjG

via bitly

Westminster Bridge closed due to an "incident"

via Twitter for Mac

Anyone know where this not-a-Banksy is (if it even exists)? http://t.co/RoJSWjIuNW

via Twitter for Mac

Communal rock singalong with live band tonight at @themillerpub http://t.co/7TXhZJGldP

via HootSuite

Just published - Good Friday Pop Up Church takes over Waterloo Station concourse @popupchurch2013 http://t.co/yX3RsCH10v

via Google

There are no Thameslink trains through central London over the Easter weekend: http://t.co/TUaeDCSh7x

via Twitter for Mac

Steve Chalke talks about Pop Up Church at Waterloo Station http://t.co/TYkqUn8WSb via @audioboo

via Audioboo from Lambeth, London

Network Rail and South West Trains giving out Easter eggs to passengers at Waterloo

via Twitter for iPhone

Hear Faure's Requiem tonight at @southwarkcathed http://t.co/B74b0x31AO Good Friday concert by the girls' choir and lay clerks

via bitly

@bridgewithout They will have moved in in the full knowledge that they would need to leave when the building was required by others

via Tweetbot for Mac in reply to bridgewithout

@bridgewithout To be fair it sounds like they are property guardians - a common arrangement for vacant buildings.

via Tweetbot for Mac in reply to bridgewithout

RT @TfLTPH: London Bridge bus station scheduled to re-open tomorrow 30 March 2013

via Twitter for Mac

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