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Friday 23 March 2012

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News & features published on 23 March 2012
Bankside businesses get the lowdown on Budget from local experts

Representatives of businesses based in the Bankside area gathered at the Jerwood Space on Thursday morning to hear two experts discuss George Osborne's latest Budget statement.

Public bicycle pump installed in Kennington Road

A public bicycle pump has been installed outside the Three Stags pub at the corner of Kennington Road and Lambeth Road.

Cardboard box model of the Shard created by local shop

The Rocketvan Box Shop in Union Street has unveiled its latest creation - a model of the Shard.

Tweets on 23 March 2012

Friday recap: The Shardboard is unveiled; plus a new public bicycle pump in Kennington Road

via HootSuite

RT @RMTLondon: On trial day of Olympics timetable, Jubilee is suspended following points failures at Waterloo and London Bridge.

via HootSuite

Man seriously injured after Southwark Bridge stabbing via @lbc973

via Flipboard

Just published - @BetterBankside businesses get the lowdown on Budget from local experts at @JerwoodSpace

via Google

[Forum] Do you live in one of the @coinstreet housing cooperatives?

via TweetDeck

Just published - @cyclehoop public bicycle pump installed in Kennington Road - just outside @thethreestags

via Google

Family Fun Day tomorrow in Bermondsey: featuring @minicookingclub & others

via TweetDeck

Just published - A model of the Shard created from cardboard boxes

via Google

Imperial Tandoori in Kennington Road has reinvented itself as Cafe Ishaq

via TweetDeck

RT @kayaburgess: Cyclist injured in crash with lorry on Southwark Bridge Rd on eve of Fri 17 Feb. She really needs witnesses. Can you help?

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Latest on the @thebvag campaign to save Victorian buildings at London Bridge Station

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Check out these weekend ticket deals from Southwark Playhouse via @swkplay

via Twitter for Mac

According to @RaymondSnoddy @inpublishing the South London Press is likely to be broken up into a series of ultra-local papers. Interesting.

via HootSuite

RT @zefrog: @se1 Boris to promise £1.25 million investment on the A3 (Borough High Street)

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[Forum] What's good about being an older person in Southwark? What's not so good?

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Boris Island airport idea 'might have wings' says Bermondsey councillor @Riverside_Nick

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'We Was All One' - film about 1970s Bermondsey life - screening & discussion tonight at @DownsideFisher

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Southwark Police are now on Twitter: @MPSSouthwark (their Lambeth counterparts are at @LambethMPS)

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RT @KulveerRanger: It's a two horse race outside City Hall! #sportrelief

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Elephant & Castle should be "cycling hub for London" says @CllrJamesBarber

via Twitter for Mac

Cross Bones Graveyard in today's @MetroUK

via Tweet Button

@chaseKevin No, not really. Though the exhibition panels have a few sketches of the new pool/leisure centre etc

via TweetDeck in reply to chaseKevin

Gregg Wallace: "All the critics are having a pop at me but we're doing well - this restaurant had 450 in on Saturday"

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Just learnt from the Court Circular that the Duke of York visited the Shard yesterday

via Twitter for Mac

New escalator to link St Thomas Street to London Bridge Station has just been driven across Blackfriars Bridge on the back of a lorry

via Twitter for iPhone

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