Last weekend Borough Market hosted the finale to the 'What You Will: Pop-Up Shakespeare' series of of performances held around the capital as part of the London 2012 Festival.
Flowers planted by guerrilla gardeners to brighten up the piazza at the junction of Trinity Street and Great Dover Street have been torn up and put into rubbish sacks by an overzealous council street cleaner.
At least £100,000 from the charity abseil at the Shard led by the Duke of York on Monday has been set aside to enable more than 700 Southwark teenagers to take part in Outward Bound courses.
Tuesday recap: Shard abseil pics plus careless council cleaner damages award-winning garden http://t.co/YNJTvzQK
Shortest Southwark planning committee ever? all finished in 11 minutes
[Forum] Air raid siren Union St/Nelson Sq http://t.co/PozRyX1t
The Ginger Pig Sausage Festival is coming to Lower Marsh http://t.co/pcPqD7e7
Just published - Bungling council cleaner rips out flowers from award-winning garden http://t.co/ZgHSfImm
Special Diamond Jubilee Coat & Badge Race on the Thames this lunchtime: https://t.co/EOYz59Nt
Royal visit to Old Kent Road next month ...
Today at Potters Fields Park http://t.co/5MxkoHEU
@ChaucerClaire Oh - thanks. Will check.
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