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News & features published on 5 April 2014
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BOST celebrates Sumner Street Garden and Bankside food-growing

Bankside Open Spaces Trust and Sumner Buildings residents held a garden party last Saturday to launch their new food garden and celebrate the 24 food growing projects which form part of 'Edible Bankside'.

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LSBU plans 2 million makeover for Keyworth Street

Plans to turn Keyworth Street into a more pleasant environment for pedestrians and cyclists have been approved by councillors.

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Mint Street road closure to be made permanent

The experimental closure of Mint Street to through traffic is likely to be made permanent.

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Rushworth Street closed due to fears over unsafe wall

Part of Rushworth Street was sealed off by police on Thursday night due to concerns about the safety of a wall on a demolition site.

Tweets on 5 April 2014

Saturday recap: Sumner Street, Keyworth Street, Rushworth Street and Mint Street london-se1.co.uk/date/2014-04-05

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1000 years since Olav destroyed London Bridge - learn more tomorrow with John Constable on a guided walk: london-se1.co.uk/whatson/event/…

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This photograph of Tate Modern gardens at Bankside painted over by Gerhard Richter sold last week for £52,500: christies.com/lotfinder/phot…

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Just published - @BOSTSE1 celebrates new Sumner Street garden and Bankside food-growing movement goo.gl/fb/vHYUj

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Just published - Keyworth Street: @LSBU plans £2 million makeover goo.gl/fb/eRCGe

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cultauthor @se1 Charabanc from The Mitre, Hatfields, 1952 pic.twitter.com/sdHXemJGbn

via Twitter for iPhone (retweeted on 12:58 PM, Apr 5th, 2014 via Twitter for iPhone)

Fact of the day: @BOSTSE1's 'Edible Bankside' project has created a food growing area the size of three tennis courts london-se1.co.uk/news/view/7518

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MPSCathedralSgt < and a expensive pedal cycle was stolen from New Globe Walk near to @The_Globe yesterday evening.

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MPSCathedralSgt Overnight crime ward only 5 offences. Of note in early hours victim had phone snatched from pocket on Borough High St >

via web (retweeted on 12:51 PM, Apr 5th, 2014 via Tweetbot for Mac)

MPSCathedralSgt Response officers responding to theft of a purse in @boroughmarket dipped from victims bag. Please keep bags shut and valuables secure.

via web (retweeted on 12:43 PM, Apr 5th, 2014 via Twitter for iPhone)

Just published - Mint Street road closure to be made permanent goo.gl/fb/zxj0X

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Just published - Rusworth Street closed due to fears over unsafe wall goo.gl/fb/bNwpK

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Medina High School Choir, from Ohio USA is giving a free concert at @Southwarkcathed this lunchtime: london-se1.co.uk/whatson/event/…

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Day 2 of the @KERB_ street food market on the South Bank: london-se1.co.uk/whatson/event/…

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Hundreds of books, CDs, DVDs on sale today at Henry Wood Hall, Trinity Church Square: london-se1.co.uk/whatson/event/…

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Open Day and Table Sale at St Hugh's Bermondsey london-se1.co.uk/whatson/event/…

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In Great Yarmouth they are building their own Shard out of crisp packets edp24.co.uk/news/crisp_pac…

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PedroBurro @se1 Traffic slow in both directions on New Kent Road due to an accident early this morning. pic.twitter.com/dgbLceQTUD

via Twitter for iPhone (retweeted on 7:53 AM, Apr 5th, 2014 via Twitter for iPhone)

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