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SE1 Direct 654: Your Monday morning what's on briefing

[ SE1 Direct ]     Issue 654

Monday 20 May 2013                            ISSN 1750-0656


* Local news & features from the London SE1 website
* Advert: Muscle aches/pains? Headaches? Back or Neck Pain?
* What's on this week
* Local job vacancies
* 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 }

* Bermondsey Street weapons bin vetoed by council planners
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* Borough Market turns new glazed hall into 'city garden'
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* South Bank University to sponsor Walworth secondary school
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* Eileen House: could sealed windows solve nightclub row?
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* New plans for St Mary's Churchyard at Elephant & Castle
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* Albert Embankment fire brigade HQ redevelopment vetoed
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* Recycling bin for low-energy lightbulbs in Waterloo
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* Hundreds gather on South Bank for Defend NHS protest
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* Heygate Estate north side redevelopment delayed again
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* Heat recovered from substation to be used at Tate Modern
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* London Bridge Open Kitchen held at White Cube Bermondsey
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* Walworth Academy pupils visit Southwark CCTV centre
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* Running from London to Brighton in aid of SE1 United
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* 24 years on: film of campaign rally to save Rose Theatre
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* How response times will rise if fire station shuts
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* Community choirs to perform Tippett's A Child of Our Time
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* Simon Hughes opens new dementia unit at Bricklayers Arms
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* Empowering Latin American women through art
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* Review:  Public Enemy at the Young Vic
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{ What's on this week }

Monday 20 to Monday 27 May
10am-6pm at Church of the Precious Blood, O'Meara Street
An exhibition about the Blessed John Henry Newman compiled
by the Communion and Liberation group. Part of a programme
of 'Newman Week' events.
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Monday 20 May
4.30pm-6pm at Greenwood Theatre, 55 Weston Street; free;
early arrival advised
Archbishop Desmond Tutu and a panel of distinguished
academic and religious figures discuss the question - what
is the essence of being human? The forum is organised in
connection with the Templeton Prize which is being presented
to Archbishop Tutu on Tuesday. The Templeton Prize has been
the world's largest annual monetary award given to an
individual for the past 40 years. Tutu joins a distinguished
group of 42 former recipients. The Archbishop will bring his
long experience as an opponent of apartheid and as a
champion of human rights to the discussion, which is
designed to shed light on the very essence of being human
and humanity's uniqueness. The moderator will be a former
Templeton Prize winner, George F.R. Ellis, and panelists
will include Malcolm Jeeves, Ian Tattersall, Anthony C.
Thiselton, Alan J. Torrance and Adam Zeman.
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Tuesday 21 May
5.30pm-7.30pm  outside James Clerk Maxwell Building, 57
Waterloo Road; free
Bring your bike along to Lambeth Council's free Dr Bike
event in the piazza outside KCL's James Clerk Maxwell
Building (near the BFI IMAX) and get a free safety check an
expert mechanic and lots of friendly advice on cycling and
cycle training. 
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Tuesday 21 May
6pm-8pm  at London College of Communication, Elephant &
New proposals for St Mary's Churchyard at Newington Butts
include two extended and improved play areas for under-fives
and over-five year olds, an interactive water play area and
a pond. New trees and park furniture also feature in the
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Tuesday 21 May
7.30pm at Garry Weston Library, Southwark Cathedral,  London
A public conversation to put Southwark Council's current
council housing consultation in the context of the wider
social, ethical and political issues of housing and
homelessness. With Cllr Peter John (leader of Southwark
Council), Alison Gelder (director of Housing Justice) and
Duncan Shrubsole, director of policy at Crisis.
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Wednesday 22 & Thursday 23 May
12 noon-9pm at ASC Gallery, Erlang House, 128 Blackfriars
Barratt London is drawing up proposals for a major
development at 128-150 Blackfriars Road (Including Hill
House, Erlang House and Milcote House). Find out more about
the developer's plans at this public exhibition. For more
information call 0845 460 6011 or email
[email protected]
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Wednesday 22 May
5pm-6pm  at Skirt of the Black Mouth, Sumner Street; free
Borough Market Choir would like to invite the audience to
sit, walk and discover the new created space together with
the choir. How does it feel to sing a song in different
locations in Skirt of the Black Mouth? What does it feel
like to sit in between a singing choir and to walk along
with a choir? 
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Wednesday 22 May
6.30pm at Coin Street Neighbourhood Centre, 108 Stamford
Street; free
Talk by a partner from L - P : Archaeology. The 45-minute
talk will cover archaeology in London and how it plays an
important role in new developments, followed by an
opportunity to ask questions. Part of the Waterloo Sights
and Sounds local history project.
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Wednesday 22 May
7pm at Waterloo Action Centre, 14 Baylis Road
Regular public meeting of the group that monitors planning
and development issues in Waterloo. The main business this
month is the controversial proposal for new student
accommodation next to the railway bridge on Lambeth Road.
Hear from the developers and help to shape the community's
response. Plus a discussion about how WCDG should respond to
the neighbourhood plans being drawn up for the South Bank,
Waterloo and Bankside.
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Thursday 23 May
6pm-7.15pm  at St John's Waterloo, 73 Waterloo Road; free
Rebecca Miller conducts Southbank Sinfonia in a
dance-fuelled programme.
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Thursday 23 May
7pm at Waterloo Library, 114-118 Lower Marsh; free
Featuring local poets Louisa Hooper, Fawzia Kane and Anna
Robinson as well as novelist and short story writer Tracey
Gilbert. Part of the Lambeth Readers' and Writers' Festival.
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Thursday 23 May to Thursday 6 June
Mon-Fri 10.30am-7pm; Sat & Sun 12 noon-5pm at Underdog
Gallery, Arch 6, Crucifix Lane
Historical photographs of the area juxtaposed with
contemporary photos chosen through a competition via Ideas
Tap. Historical photos have been provided by Southwark
Council and the London Metropolitan Archives. These range
from approximately 1865 to 1985 and depict significant
events, industry, major developments and everyday life.
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Saturday 25 May
10am-10pm  at The Scoop at More London, More London
10 traders will be serving a variety of street food at More
London Riverside whilst musicians perform at The Scoop.
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{ Local job vacancies }

* Communications Officer, Vauxhall One
* Heritage Project Co-ordinator, Friends of Burgess Park
* Market Assistant, Parma Ham and Mozzarella, Borough Market
* Development Manager, London Bubble
* Senior Quantity Surveyor / Estimator, Macai Projects

* Development Manager, London Bubble
* Market Assistant, The Parma Ham and Mozzarella Stand
* Freelance theatre facilitators, London Bubble


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{ Small offices & desk spaces for rent }

* Desk spaces on offer


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{ Hot topics from the London SE1 Forum }

* Pedibus annoyance
* Why don't smokers consider their paraphernalia to be
* Lost: small red suitcase
* Passport Checking - Baby Passport Pic requirements
* Keith Lemon was in Shad Thames
* RevitaliSE1 and RevitaliSE17
* Crossrail 2 Consultation Now Open
* Goodwin Buildings Marshalsea Road
* Demolition of 188 Tooley Street - planning appeal

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{ Business forum in association with Better Bankside }

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