A great grandmother has been using her daily dog walk to clean up her local area while raising money for Guy's and St Thomas'.
Southbank Centre has launched Art by Post, a pilot scheme to provide isolated people, who do not have digital access, with free creative activities packs.
A great grandmother has been using her daily dog walk to clean up her local area while raising money for Guy's and… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
Medieval bridges were marvels of engineering, given the technology available at the time — and nowhere more so than… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
The journal ‘The Builder’ is a bit sniffy about the level of artistic appreciation attained by the youth of the Old… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
Mrs Primmer of Pimlico has purse pickpocketed while waiting for a tramcar at St George’s Circus pic.twitter.com/whX1sFpsid
Theft of a handbag in Borough High Street pic.twitter.com/KRrCXcvpyi
The prisoner was, the constable declared, a “terror to the Walworth Road” pic.twitter.com/67SQggefzk
Summons for keeping a “ferocious dog” pic.twitter.com/bk5eotguRR
Economising at Tanner Street workhouse pic.twitter.com/GaXk3FTI2d
Bermondsey Board of Guardians had a long and complicated tussle about an architect’s fee for alterations to Tanner… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
Head to Bermondsey Street for all your spring cleaning requisites pic.twitter.com/fZoNHBLn2f
“when the inspector saw the car there were four dozen rats in it” pic.twitter.com/F93mk5Nrxl
One local business advertised in the local paper of 1910 is still a stalwart of the Bermondsey and Rotherhithe scene pic.twitter.com/gZWcudscpq
110 years later you can still buy a secondhand bicycle in Elephant Road pic.twitter.com/ZXrZHrfJCG
Bermondsey Borough Council was considering the location of the proposed Samuel Bevington Memorial pic.twitter.com/CK9cJ5fg31
The Elephant & Castle Theatre is what more recently became the Coronet, soon to be demolished. pic.twitter.com/gd31AfeYZn
A few snippets from the edition of the Southwark & Bermondsey Recorder published on this day 110 years ago, on 20 M… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
On the left, the Wheatsheaf in Stoney Street pictured on 20 May 2000, before the top was chopped off the building b… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
Wagamama is reopening its Clink Street branch on Thursday
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