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Friday 29 July 2011

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News & features published on 29 July 2011
Russell Scott-Skinner backs Beatbullying charity

Russell Scott-Skinner, described as the new surrealist painter, is having his first solo London show at [email protected]

Cyclists block Blackfriars Bridge as roadworks start

A demonstration on Blackfriars Bridge against road layout changes brought evening rush hour traffic to a standstill on Friday.

Heritage minister declines to list South Eastern Railway building

Heritage minister John Penrose has rejected an application by the Victorian Society for listed building status for the 118-year-old former South Eastern Railway offices on Tooley Street.

Tweets on 29 July 2011

Just published - Russell Scott-Skinner backs Beatbullying charity

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Just published - Cyclists block Blackfriars Bridge as roadworks start

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Guided tour of Southwark Cathedral focusing on Shakespeare & Bankside's Elizabethan theatres & writers

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Old Southwark in the Blitz guided walk tomorrow

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RT @BBCTravelAlert: Southwark Tweeps? A200 Queen Elizabeth St is partly blocked Eastbound at A100 Tower Bridge Rd after a gas leak. Fi

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Check out this bizarre vertical farm concept for the Potters Fields coach park site via @eVoloMagazine

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RT @orange60: What is that horrible green stain in the Thames at London Bridge?

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Just published - Heritage minister declines to list Tooley Street South Eastern Railway building

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South Bank's @TopolskiCentury is hosting a 3-day art festival

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Fun family event today to celebrate 40 years of Mint Street Adventure Playground

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Helen Lees - chair of Friends of Archbishop's Park - has received a @TeamLondon Star certificate via @archantlondon24

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