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Wednesday 25 April 2012

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News & features published on 25 April 2012
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London Dungeon to quit Tooley Street for County Hall by Christmas

A proposal to relocate the London Dungeon to the former home of London government at County Hall on the South Bank has been approved by Lambeth Council's planning applications committee.

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Work begins on Guy's Hospital tower makeover

Preliminary works for the recladding of the Guy's Hospital tower have begun and NHS bosses have signed the contracts for the transformation of the 34-storey building.

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Mary Seacole statue at St Thomas' Hospital approved by councillors

Plans for a statue of Mary Seacole to be erected in the grounds of St Thomas' Hospital have been approved Lambeth Council despite opposition from leading medical and nursing figures.

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St George's Day 2012 in Southwark

St George's Day in Southwark was marked by events at the borough's two cathedrals as well the Borough's church of St George and Red Cross Garden.

Tweets on 25 April 2012

Wednesday recap: London Dungeon on the move; Mary Seacole statue approved; Guy's Tower makeover begins http://t.co/AiH9WUtK

via TweetDeck

Cllr McNally announces that each councillor has 14 tickets to allocate for access to London Bridge on the Jubilee @riverpageant day

via HootSuite

The first cycle of meetings of the new merged community councils is likely to be late June and early July.

via HootSuite

Questions being raised at community council about the poor workmanship of the new Tabard Street piazza

via HootSuite

Community council is pursuing proposal for cycle contraflow in Newcomen Street to continue route eastwards from Union Street

via HootSuite

Borough & Bankside Community Council is also giving £5k to help @wearebankside neighbourhood plan #localism

via HootSuite

Cathedrals ward cllrs have agreed £5 funding for BOST mini Olympics at Marlborough Playground

via HootSuite

Chaucer ward councillors have split new £10k CGS revenue fund between Tabard After School Project and Millwall football at Tabard AstroTurf

via HootSuite

Next week the old Marshalsea Prison pump will be taken out of store in preparation for the Cuming Museum's Charles Dickens exhibition

via HootSuite

Dotted lines show parts of Borough & Bankside the council thinks are at risk of surface water or groundwater flooding http://t.co/jQw06qrk

via Camera on iOS

Cathedrals ward police had their car taken away. Now sharing one car between five wards. Their bicycles are off the road due to wear & tear.

via HootSuite

The two PCSOs who used to cycle around Cathedrals ward have both left to become constables

via HootSuite

Street gambling around Bankside and bike thefts are also currently on the agenda for Cathedrals ward police team

via HootSuite

One of the new priorities for Cathedrals ward police team is tackling antisocial behaviour around Blackfriars Road

via HootSuite

There's been a spate of robberies of students around Elephant & Castle. Local police have been running safety workshops at @lsbu

via HootSuite

RT @MikeTuppen1: Alcohol ban in parts of Waterloo http://t.co/VbydDfmu

via HootSuite

RT @SkyNewsRoyal: #royal #Kate #William meeting those involved with 'African Cats' http://t.co/hr6jQneQ

via HootSuite

RT @Wilkinson_David: William and Kate arriving at @BFI Southbank for premiere of African Cats http://t.co/BmG7sQYT

via Twitter for Mac

RT @DisneyMoviesUK: We hear our special royal guests, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are on there way to the red carpet! #AfricanCats

via HootSuite

On 19 May the @soldierchall is taking over the old Waterloo International Terminal http://t.co/9bGse2GR

via bitly

Tonight's [last ever] Borough & Bankside Community Council includes presentation on "flood risk in the borough" http://t.co/9lfprAOD

via bitly

Just published - London Dungeon to quit Tooley Street for County Hall by Christmas http://t.co/Or4YZA3V

via Google

Just published - Work begins on Guy's Hospital tower makeover; @gsttnhs bosses seek supermarket for Great Maze Pond http://t.co/NgRmtOzU

via Google

[Job vacancy] Cleaner, Southwark Irish Pensioners Project http://t.co/milBtoqK

via bitly

Just published - Mary @seacolestatue at St Thomas' approved by Lambeth; but is it an insult to Florence Nightingale? http://t.co/j2WznNCH

via Google

Just published - St George's Day 2012 in Southwark http://t.co/oaePammg

via Google

Propaganda for the public good: Bermondsey's interwar health films http://t.co/06OmMbrv via @TelegraphFilm

via TweetDeck

Tonight the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are at @BFI Southbank for a Disney film premiere - then tomorrow they're visiting @I_W_M

via Twitter for Mac

"What the Dickens is happening in Borough & Bankside?" http://t.co/9lfprAOD

via TweetDeck

@GracieEKennedy Good morning - thanks for email - haven't forgotten/ignored it and will be replying ASAP.

via Twitter for Mac in reply to GracieEKennedy

Steam locomotive at Waterloo Station, 1967 http://t.co/dX86vDyU

via Twitter for Mac

An interesting post about the barrows and carts of @LowerMarshMrkt http://t.co/m44st8ID via @NewCutMarket

via TweetDeck

Olympic Torch Voted Design of Year at @DesignMuseum http://t.co/aC8AGozf via @BloombergNews

via TweetDeck

[Business forum] Interior designer suggestions please http://t.co/GX0ieRCP

via bitly

Stay away from the excellent 40 Maltby Street, please http://t.co/VmAwwXu9 via @MetroUK @marinaoloughlin

via Tweet Button

Job vacancies posted on 25 April 2012
  • Cleaner at Southwark Irish Pensioners Project
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