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News & features published on 8 March 2015
54 weeks of roadworks while new cycle superhighway is built

Work starts this week on the construction of a new segregated cycle route between Elephant & Castle and Farringdon via Blackfriars Road - but there will be more than a year of disruption.

Female street artists take over Leake Street tunnel

The graffiti tunnel under Waterloo Station was taken over by female artists on Sunday to celebrate International Women's Day

Pankhursts lead International Women's Day walk along SE1 riverside

Dr Helen Pankhurst, great-granddaughter of suffragette Emmeline - and her 20-year-old daughter Laura - led a mass walk along Bankside and the South Bank on Sunday to mark International Women's Day.

Tweets on 8 March 2015

Sunday recap: + major roadworks begin tomorrow

via TweetDeck

@JoelTaylorMetro Lumley told Lambeth's planning committee that their omission was down to her:…

via Twitter for Mac in reply to JoelTaylorMetro

Read Joanna Lumley's hand-written letter to Boris pitching the Garden Bridge proposal:…

via Twitter for Mac

There are plans for a "trendy and healthy" Moroccan restaurant and takeaway on Old Kent Road

via Twitter for Mac

Bermondsey Street Festival 2015 date announced:…

via Twitter for Mac

Just published - TfL warns of 54 weeks of roadworks while new Elephant to Farringdon cycle superhighway is built

via Google

Contraflow bus lane on London Road closed from midnight tonight till 15 April. Northbound buses diverted non-stop via St George's Road.

via Twitter for Mac

Just published - Female street artists take over Leake Street tunnel for @FemmeFierceUK

via Google

PlutoPress 'People's Power in Bermondsey' from @BrilliantMaps

via Buffer (retweeted on 5:02 PM, Mar 8th, 2015 via Tweetbot for Mac)

TfLBusAlerts @kheume Route 68 will divert along St Georges Road from E&C but are requested not to stop at stops on the diversion due to congestion

via Hootsuite (retweeted on 4:59 PM, Mar 8th, 2015 via TweetDeck)

kheume @TfLBusAlerts How will the North-South cycle superhighway impact buses 68, 171 and 176 (northbound) tomorrow? Thank you!

via Twitter Web Client (retweeted on 4:59 PM, Mar 8th, 2015 via TweetDeck)

Just published - Pankhursts lead International Women's Day walk along SE1 riverside

via Google

photo of women involved with @BOSTSE1 Cross Bones Garden project

via Twitter for iPhone

From 2.30pm today - launch of crowdfunding appeal for community garden on site of Cross Bones Graveyard Redcross Way

via Twitter for Mac

New @Puliauk deli/cafe/restaurant/shop in Stoney Street is having a soft opening this weekend:…

via Twitter for Mac

From next month, surgeons at Guy's and St Thomas' @GSTTnhs will turn to robots to perform keyhole kidney transplants:…

via Twitter for Mac

Christ Church Garden, Blackfriars Road

via Twitter for iPhone

The Economist will shortly be serving free coffee outside Waterloo Station (when the machine has warmed up)

via Twitter for iPhone

audioBoom Not at the event this morning? @se1 were - and you can hear it right here:

via Buffer (retweeted on 12:08 PM, Mar 8th, 2015 via Twitter for iPhone)

Female artists take over Leake Street Tunnel at Waterloo for @FemmeFierceUK

via Twitter for iPhone

Free concert by orchestra and jazz band from Luxembourg at Hay's Galleria 1pm…

via Twitter for iPhone

Former Starbucks in Clink Street now Red Bus souvenirs. Wills n Kate face masks 3.99 each.

via Twitter for iPhone

The photo the More London security guard didn't want you to see: @AnnieLennox @HelenPankhurst leading walk

via Twitter for iPhone

Speech by @HelenPankhurst - great granddaughter of Emmeline Pankhurst - at… via @audioBoom

via audioBoom from Camberwell, London

Warming up for International Women's Day walk along Bankside and South Bank at @ScoopMoreLondon

via Twitter for iPhone

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