London SE1 community website

Wednesday 7 April 2010

<< Tuesday 6 April | Thursday 8 April >>
<< Same day in March | Same day in May >>
<< Same day in 2009 | Same day in 2011 >>
News & features published on 7 April 2010
Founder's Place development back on Lambeth town hall agenda

The Founder's Place development near St Thomas' Hospital - first proposed more than 5 years ago - was once again on the agenda for Lambeth's planning applications committee on Tuesday night.

Rwanda genocide memorial planned for Bankside's Cathedral Square

The Rwanda Genocide Memorial Project, which aims to install a new sculpture in Cathedral Square outside Southwark Cathedral, was launched on Wednesday.

Simon Hughes unveils biodiesel taxi at Uptown Oil

Simon Hughes MP has unveiled his new vehicles for the Liberal Democrat general election campaign in Bermondsey and Old Southwark: a taxi fuelled with biodiesel and a folding bicycle.

Five-day Indian and South Asian festival on the South Bank

A colourful bus from Pakistan has arrived outside the Royal Festival Hall to mark the start of the five-day Alchemy festival at Southbank Centre.

Tweets on 7 April 2010
No tweets here!
We are part of
Independent Community News Network
Email newsletter

For the latest local news and events direct to your inbox every Monday, you need our weekly email newsletter SE1 Direct.

7,000+ locals read it every week. Can you afford to miss out?

Read the latest issue before signing up

Welcome... the London SE1 community website. Published since 1998, we aim to provide a one stop shop for all kinds of local news and information.

We also publish a website for Bermondsey and Rotherhithe called

This is your community website, so do get in touch with your comments and ideas.