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SE1 Direct 625: Your weekly news and events briefing

[ SE1 Direct ]     Issue 625

Monday 29 October 2012                        ISSN 1750-0656


* Local news & features from the London SE1 website
* Advert: Deep Tissue & Remedial Massage
* What's on this week
* Local job vacancies - 4 opportunities this week
* Small offices & desk spaces for rent
* Hot topics from the London SE1 Forum
* Business forum in association with Better Bankside


{ Local news & features from the London SE1 website }

* London Bridge Station redevelopment: latest details/images
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* Queen visits Jubilee Gardens and BFI Southbank
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* Borough Kidney Treatment Centre opens at Empire Square
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* Freight ship MS Adeline christened in the Pool of London
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* Princess Royal visits HMS Belfast
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* Elephant's Latin American community celebrates recognition
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* Sainsbury's to take over hospitals' outpatient pharmacies
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* Five Elephant & Castle businesses form CitySafe Zone
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* Elephant transport funding could be settled 'by Christmas'
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* First 9 sites for new council homes in Southwark revealed
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* Lollipop lady starts work in St George's Road
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* SE1 schoolgirls on Wales trip paid for by Shard abseil
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* Operation targets South Bank's aggressive beggars
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* Has alcohol become "too freely available" in Lambeth?
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* Lambeth cabinet considers new Waterloo planning policy
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* Elephant & Castle Walking Challenge launched 
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* TBR / Abbey Street: TfL proposes to ban left turns
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* 20 mph limit and new cycle lanes at IMAX roundabout
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{ Advert: Deep Tissue & Remedial Massage }

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{ What's on this week }

Monday 29 October
6.30pm-8pm  at Poetry Library, Royal Festival Hall,
Belvedere Road; free; booking essential 020 7021 1600 or
A great opportunity to take part in a poetry book club
looking at ‘The World Record’, a book of poems from around
the world collated for the Olympics. The session will be
friendly and informal with some refreshments provided. Part
of Coin Street's Get Reading project.
Info & map:

Tuesday 30 & Wednesday 31 October
7pm (meet 6.45pm) at Tabard Street piazza; £7 (conc £5); no
advance booking
A Halloween experience with a difference! This walk takes in
many sites around Borough and Bankside - from haunted pubs,
theatres, prisons and burial grounds to a river view of the
Tower of London. It features many a chilling ghost story and
ends with author John Constable relating the paranormal
experiences which led him to unearth the strange but true
story of Cross Bones Graveyard.
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Saturday 3 November
Cars arrive at Pall Mall between 10.15am and 12 noon
The RAC Brighton to London Future Car Challenge is open to
the latest electric, hybrid and low-emission passenger cars
and light commercial vehicles. The challenge is to drive
from Brighton to London using the least energy possible
within the 2hrs 45min minimum and 3hrs 30min maximum time
permitted. The event follows the route of the London to
Brighton Veteran Car Run in reverse, arriving in SE1 via
Kennington Road and crossing Westminster Bridge.
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Saturday 3 November
2pm-5pm  at The Goodlife Centre, 122 Webber Street; free
 Repair Cafe is a community project first developed in
Holland, which encourages people to repair, reuse and
recycle their possessions to reduce waste and reverse the
rise of a disposable culture. Londoners are encouraged to
bring-in transportable broken household items to Repair Café
for assessment, and if deemed repairable by the organisers,
can start making their repairs in the Repair Café. DIY,
carpentry and electrical experts from The Goodlife Centre
are on stand-by to advise and a selection of tools and
materials are made available for use.
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Sunday 4 November
Cars leave Hyde Park between 7am and 8.30am and cross
Westminster Bridge soon afterwards 
See 500+ veteran cars - up to 116 years old - pass through
the streets of North Lambeth. A celebration of the
Emancipation Run held in 1896. Thirty vehicles travelled the
60-miles from London to Brighton to mark the passing into
law of the Light Locomotives Act which raised the speed
limit from 4mph to 14mph and did away with the requirement
for a person to walk in front of a vehicle waving a red flag
to warn other road users. The first reenactment was in 1927
and the LBVCR has been held every year except during World
War II and in 1947 due to fuel rationing. Route crosses
Westminster Bridge then via Lambeth Palace Road and Lambeth
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{ Local job vacancies }

* T M Operative, Conemasters Ltd
* Bar and waiting staff, The Laughing Gravy
* Part Time Admin Assistant, Lavish
* Ad hoc kitchen assistant - Long Lane SE1


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{ Small offices & desk spaces for rent }

Got a small office or desk space you're looking to rent out?
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{ Hot topics from the London SE1 Forum }

* Mint Street: why has Southwark closed another road?
* Stoney Street/Pontifex Warehouse
* Lost a bracelet? I might have found it!
* Worth seeing - I, Malvolio at Unicorn Theatre
* New Indian restaurant in Flat Iron Square
* 4-6 desk spaces available
* Waterloo Roundabout Junction Review
* Bankside Neighbourhood Plan - Housing Survey
* St Thomas Street closure
* Lost petrol blue/grey beaded bracelet
* Devon Mansions new doors?
* SE16 community website
* Lack of Southwark Street Cash Dispensers?

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{ Business forum in association with Better Bankside }

* PAT testing
* Tiny room with good Wi-Fi wanted



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