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The Woolpack

Once upon a time there was a young student who lived in Bermondsey.  Every weekend she would head to The Woolpack with her housemates and gorge on cheese on toast and a greasy fry up.   535 more words

London street art

A few favourites spotted recently … From murals to quaint street signs to wall decorations to shutters to artful flowers to an abandoned piano to lighting to seats that spell out ‘welcome’ … 13 more words

Books & Art

Modern art frustrations

I spent another fun afternoon yesterday at Bermondsey’s White Cube gallery. It’s quite fun to walk around with a friend and try to figure out, with the help of the exhibition guide, what on earth modern art is all about. 600 more words

Books & Art

Part 2: "What's all the Waller about then?"

So having found out about Les’s Dad Cyril and Grandmother Emma’s origins Part 1: Finding the “Lost Temple” for an old mate, it was time to try to unravel who Les’s paternal Grandfather was. 3,988 more words

Genealogy

Rebozo Exhibition in London, UK

I came across the ‘Made in Mexico’ exhibition whilst walking down the quirky neighbourhood of Bermondsey Street and was instantly enticed in, not just because of my fascination with the Mexican culture, but how strangely Mexican the Fashion and Textile Museum building itself looked in comparison to the streetscape and neighbouring buildings. 617 more words

Mexico