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Thursday 5 May 2011

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News & features published on 5 May 2011
Uncertain future for Waterloo Library as Lambeth considers cuts

The Friends of Waterloo Library are inviting local residents to discuss the future of the service as Lambeth Council launches a commission tasked with finding ways of making a 750,000 cut to Lambeth's 7.3 million library budget by 2014.

Bellringer's 1,200-mile bike ride for Southwark Cathedral appeal

Peter Valuks, master of the Southwark Cathedral Society of Bellringers, has embarked on a 1,200-mile sponsored bike ride to raise money for the restoration of the bells.

Party celebrates four years of Brookwood Triangle community garden

Local residents of all ages joined a May Day party on Sunday to celebrate four years of the Brookwood Triangle Community Garden at the corner of Webber Street and Lancaster Street.

Tweets on 5 May 2011

Thursday recap: Waterloo Library latest; Southwark Cathedral bells to be restored; Brookwood Triangle 4th birthday

via HootSuite

Maypole dancing in Red Cross Garden tomorrow

via HootSuite

RT @Futures_Theatre: Free tickets available for evening performance of Sweet Love at @churchcouk 9 May @MayorofLambeth

via Twitter for Mac

Latest apart-hotel plans for Bear Gardens on Bankside on show today 5pm-8pm

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Free Rush Hour Concert in Waterloo with @southbanksinf

via HootSuite

Tea & Coffee Festival on the South Bank this weekend

via HootSuite

Just published - Waterloo Library 'not earmarked for closure' but Lambeth seeks £750k cuts across borough

via Google

Peter Snow delves into a Daily Mail from May 1951 to recreate the excitement of the start of the Festival of Britain

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Just published - Bellringer's 1,200-mile bike ride for Southwark Cathedral appeal

via Google

Just published - Party celebrates four years of Brookwood Triangle community garden - photos by local young people

via Google

The Shard effect on London by @kieranlong - includes @fionacolley ambitions for Borough High Street regeneration

via bitly

@BetterBankside Crossed wires I think ... see the post on the @BetterBankside business forum...

via Twitter for Mac in reply to BetterBankside

Just voted. Very quiet at polling station.

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@samwaterton You don't need a polling card ... so long as you are on the register you can vote.

via web in reply to samwaterton

Intergenerational workshop to build beehives and bee-keeping costumes

via bitly

Waterloo Women's Network meets tonight at @goodlifecentre

via bitly

RT @knitterbird: A worryingly deserted polling station in SE1 this morning. The officers looked a bit too pleased to see me. #pleasevote

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