Tower Bridge played to a capacity audience on Sunday night as more than 500 people came to hear the premiere of Samuel Bordoli's 'Live Music Sculpture' on the high-level walkways that span the Thames.
The Olympic torch relay will pass through SE1 on Thursday 26 July and Southwark Council has put out a call for up to 100 volunteer stewards to come forward to help ensure the event runs smoothly.
Hopton's Almshouses - founded 260 years ago by fishmonger Charles Hopton for "poor decayed men of the parish", has removed its ban on women applying to live in the Hopton Street homes.
Developer Lend Lease has released a new image of its proposed 37-storey tower on part of the site of the now-closed Elephant & Castle Leisure Centre.
Monday recap: Elephant & Castle tower image; Olympic torch volunteers; Hopton's Almshouses ban on women abolished http://t.co/xAk3j4yO
RT @GrahamNeale: Cycle theft reports up to 1,500 in Southwark this year
Preparing to add a green surface to the Tooley Street cycle lane http://t.co/KYdM0XaI
Virgin Media wifi service now switched on at London Bridge tube station
Anyone know what's happening in Druid Street?
Power cut in parts of SE1
From today, all incoming post for SE1 addresses is processed in Croydon http://t.co/xQrEOEh5
Tonight Lambeth's cabinet will consider a report on future of libraries, including Waterloo Library in Lower Marsh http://t.co/TuknS3Rs
Just published - 100 volunteer stewards wanted for Southwark leg of Olympic Torch Relay http://t.co/CTAQth3y
Building Stone Walk - London Bridge to Tower Bridge - for Natural History Museum members http://t.co/YHL7KRRZ
Just published - Hopton's Almshouses removes bar on women after 260 years http://t.co/MBh2koGq
Just published - New image of proposed 37-storey tower on Elephant & Castle Leisure Centre site http://t.co/FvrKuU2Z
Olympic banners have been installed in Blackfriars Road http://t.co/GTxk5C0Q
[Forum] Is the C10 bus service deteriorating again? http://t.co/KCJDUxhR
@martgro I usually say Friday 5pm for Monday mailing, but most weeks we can be more flexible. For print, deadline is approx 20th of month
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