For the 14th year, Southwark-based photographer Steve Hollingshead has created a limited edition calendar featuring black and white images taken at quirky London events.
This week St John's Waterloo will be the subject of a church court hearing as it defends its plans to modify its historic building to meet the area's changing needs. The vicar, Canon Giles Goddard, talks about The Bridge at Waterloo.
Plans to create a London School of Mosaic - building on Southbank Mosaics' pioneering work in SE1 - have been boosted by funds raised by a local resident during his year as master of his masonic lodge.
A book has been published. telling the story of the Mary Seacole statue recently installed outside St Thomas' Hospital.
A giant photo mural featuring 1,955 local images has been unveiled in Tower Bridge Road.
Sunday recap: London-SE1.co.uk/date/2016-12-11
Sunset from Blackfriars Bridge pic.twitter.com/PVNVGLcnA5
40 years ago SE1 newspaper was reporting opening of chemist in Stamford Street, where little Waitrose is now locateâ€¦ twitter.com/i/web/status/8â€¦
[Forum] New barber shop in Bermondsey Street: london-se1.co.uk/forum/read/1/2â€¦
Borough Market (normally shut on Sundays) is open today and daily till Christmas Eve.
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