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News & features published on 16 May 2014
London College of Communication could leave Elephant & Castle

After more than 50 years the London College of Communication is considering a move away from its Elephant & Castle campus.

Cycle activists call for direct action at Elephant & Castle

Cycling safety campaigners will next week use chalk to draw onto the road the cycle lanes they say are missing from the Elephant & Castle.

Tweets on 16 May 2014

AsEasyAsRiding Great video from @LonelyJoeParker showing the extraordinary hostility of the Elephant & Castle for people cycling…

via Twitter for iPhone (retweeted on 6:05 PM, May 16th, 2014 via Tweetbot for Mac)

TfLOfficial BUS FACT: Victoria is the UK's busiest bus station, Tenison Way in Waterloo is the busiest stop # YOTB

via HootSuite (retweeted on 5:31 PM, May 16th, 2014 via Twitter for Mac)

Cyclist killed at Elephant was porter at Oxo Tower restaurant… via @standardnews

via Twitter for iPhone

Just published - London College of Communication could leave Elephant & Castle for Stratford or White City

via Google

The @bermondseyarts cocktail bar in old toilets at corner of Tower Bridge Road / Grange Road is open from 7pm tonight…

via Twitter for Mac

Thanks to @peterjohn6 and @cllr_anood for making time today for interviews with the SE1 website. Now to get writing / transcribing

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[Forum] Lost keys - Bermondsey Spa Gardens:…

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Just published - No cycle lane at the Elephant? @StopKillingCycl activists to take direct action and draw their own

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Indiana Wesleyan University Chorale present a free concert at Southwark Cathedral:…

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Join Ania Wiatr, Southwark's head gardener at Geraldine Mary Harmsworth Park, for a walkabout this morning:…

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