Southwark Council leader Peter John this week visited the site of the Elephant & Castle Leisure Centre to check progress on the demolition of the building in preparation for the redevelopment of the site.
A new local Christmas carol was given its premiere on Wednesday evening outside Southwark Cathedral.
The eastern end of Tooley Street was closed for much of Friday morning after a cyclist was seriously injured in a collision with a lorry at the Tanner Street junction.
Friday recap: Tanner Street cycle collision; Elephant leisure centre demolished; Bankside Christmas carol premiered http://t.co/zMUJavqQ
Performance art in Bermondsey Square at 9pm http://t.co/tpnWQc7v
Is it ever too cold to eat ice cream? http://t.co/6YFsGJaT
Waterloo Green Winter Fair starting now: http://t.co/DXCF4xFm
Just published - Southwark's new carol premiered at Christmas tree lighting http://t.co/1Ludl6B6
RT @PropertyJourn: Coming up in FT tomorrow - my market analysis of the hugely varied housing mix close to The Shard at London Bridge.
Vladimir Umanets - the man who defaced a Rothko painting at Tate Modern - has given an exclusive interview to @londontonight 6pm ITV1
RT @nickygavron: And now tabled new question to Boris: Why has it taken over a year to schedule a hearing on Eileen House in Southwark?
If you see four girls on home-made hobby-horses in Bermondsey Square tonight, it's performance art: http://t.co/tpnWQc7v
Just published - Cyclist seriously injured in collision at Tanner Street / Tooley Street / Jamaica Road junction http://t.co/ntESB5rK
RT @BBCTomEdwards: Met says cyclist seriously injured after collision with HGV on junction of Tooley & Tanner St SE1.
@BarryShawkins Ah, ok - thanks. Will ask the press office.
@nickygavron Yes, we mentioned your Q and his answer in our story.
@BarryShawkins Are there appeal notices up?
RT @Pauldwlon: Another cyclist and lorry accident......Jamaica Road and Shad Thames junction
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