Southwark's volunteering bureau now has its own shopfront at the Elephant & Castle Shopping Centre where members of the public can drop in to find out about getting involved with local charities and community groups.
Former Crystal Palace, Wolves and England midfielder Geoff Thomas visited the London Nautical School in Stamford Street on Tuesday to receive money raised in memory of a former pupil.
Winning entries of art and photography competition celebrating 400 years of the King James Bible are on show at Southwark Cathedral.
Mayor of Southwark Lorraine Lauder this Saturday attended a celebration of the work of Bermondsey-based charity BlindAid.
Wednesday recap: today's news and forum topics at a glance http://t.co/Bm5epmhP
Remembering the Bermondsey women's uprising of 1911 at Pink's jam factory, Long Lane http://t.co/RuMN7y90
The Manchurian Candidate is tonight's free open-air movie screening at The Scoop next to City Hall http://t.co/SWpfDOSd
Tate Modern is 19th "coolest brand" in the UK - down 5 places from last year http://ow.ly/6H7sv [PDF]
1965 photo of the wharves between London Bridge and Tower Bridge http://t.co/rlNm63Rr
Just published - Former England footballer Geoff Thomas visits London Nautical School http://t.co/cRKelSlO
Just published - BlindAid: new name for Bermondsey Street-based charity http://t.co/6mgQQm52
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