Southwark's new Mayor Abdul Mohamed has chosen the Evelina Children's Hospital in Waterloo as his charity for his year in office - and has promised to travel by public transport and bicycle instead of mayoral limousine.
Residents of a sheltered housing complex in Park Street last week celebrated the 25th anniversary of the opening of the development.
A special presentation was made to Mayor of Southwark Althea Smith on board the Golden Hinde last week to mark the close of her mayoral year.
"Welcome to the all new Southwark arena," declares the the 'DJ' opening Tanzi Libre at the new Southwark Playhouse.
Thursday recap: today's news, tweets and forum topics http://t.co/uLsX6BWHeO
@BarryShawkins from Canada water looks like cloud
See the plans for a 30 storey tower in Blackfriars Road http://t.co/jR9Ne9mMaI exhibition open till 9pm today
Just published - Lucy Brown House: residents celebrate 25 years of sheltered housing on Bankside http://t.co/PgubjDVTlC
Just published - Tanzi Libre at Southwark Playhouse http://t.co/VLcLgnoZR2
@Tanner_Co You're welcome to respond via the forum - that way the person who posted the message will see your response too.
Bikes abandoned at Waterloo Station donated to youth charity http://t.co/TYDeQF8eWv
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