On a wet Wednesday morning a bedraggled group of walkers gathered in Talbot Yard to embark on a literary pilgrimage from Southwark to the shrine of St Thomas Becket tracing the route taken by Chaucer's fictional pilgrims in the Canterbury Tales.
A rowan tree has been planted in Archbishop's Park as part of a programme teaching children about the importance of trees.
A 'cycle hub' offering secure parking along with bicycle sales, hire and repair will open at Waterloo Station before the start of the Olympic Games at the end of July, transport minister Norman Baker confirmed this week.
Southwark Council has apologised to residents of Tooley Street after their sleep was disturbed by window cleaning at the authority's headquarters in the early hours of the morning.
Wednesday recap: Canterbury Tales; Waterloo cycle hub to open this summer; council sorry for waking the neighbours http://t.co/ciw6sxGO
Just published - Rowan tree planted in Archbishop's Park http://t.co/441GthO9
Just published - Waterloo Station 'cycle hub' to open before Olympics http://t.co/3gCKyBI2
Just published - Council's grovelling apology for late-night window cleaning at Tooley Street HQ http://t.co/x9EMF267
Multicultural St George's Day celebrations this weekend - follow @GeorgeSouthwark for updates.
Accident on Lambeth Palace Road, police and ambulance on scene, outside Becket House, traffic is chaos via @Pops1978
RT @peterjohn6: Off to LSBU Confucius Institute this morning for visit of Mr Li from Chinese Politburo.
@thoroughlygood No problem - I've changed the licence on that image to CC attribution.
MT @OWC_Oxford: On this day in 1394, Geoffrey Chaucer's 29 pilgrims met at the Tabard Inn to prepare for their departure to Canterbury.
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