A large congregation gathered in St George the Martyr church on Sunday morning for the final service led by priest-in-charge Fr Ray Andrews as he prepares to retire from the role after six and half years.
Hundreds of freemen of the City of London exercised their ancient right to drive flocks of sheep across London Bridge on Sunday.
Around 30 people - including young children - were rescued from the River Thames when the amphibious vehicle they were travelling on caught fire near the Houses of Parliament.
The recent fun day on the Avondale Square estate raised nearly Â£600 for@EvelinaLondonn children's hospital
@HowardThomas4 to be clear that sentence doesn't refer to passengers on the boat that suffered the fire
Just published - St George the Martyr parish says farewell to Fr Ray Andrews goo.gl/fb/udTsA
Just published - City freemen drive sheep across London Bridge goo.gl/fb/BT2EY
Just published - Drama on the Thames as London Duck Tours amphibious vehicle catches fire near Parliament goo.gl/fb/ChPNC
London Duck Tours still running but staying on land and not going on the Thames.
@cllrhaselden Thanks for alerting us to this!
Sheep on London Bridge pic.twitter.com/gSW0XAbCua
@ThamesPics setting up now - not sure of start time bit goes on most of the day
Tower Bridge has just lifted for the @PS_Waverley
Today freemen of the @cityoflondon are driving sheep across London Bridge. Sadly not public-friendly spectacle as spectators kept at bay
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