Graham Gibberd, long-standing Waterloo resident and author of 'On Lambeth Marsh', has died aged 87.
The owners of a half-empty university hall of residence in Bankside want to be allowed to take in tourists to stay in the building during term time in a move they claim will help lonely students boost their mental wellbeing.
Southwark Cathedral after Midnight Mass pic.twitter.com/tpvz8pl3Lr
Graham Gibberd - who wrote the definitive history of the South Bank and Waterloo 'On Lambeth Marsh' - has died aged… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
An American private equity firm wants to fill empty rooms at its SE1 university digs with tourists and business tra… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
Oh dear - TfL still running ads on @LBCNews saying London is in tier 3.
“One picture from 1928 shows the platforms of London Bridge Station lined with post sacks, as workers desperately t… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
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