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Dead to be buried on top of war graves in south London cemetery despite opposition

Harriet Noble Executive Editor

Masses of graves are to be reused in a south London cemetery to make way for new burial plots.

Southwark Council was given planning permission by a Church of England court to go ahead with the initiative despite widespread opposition. 244 more words

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Events in June: poetry and public art

June 7th in the evening I’ll be reading poems at Camberwell Library.

We are very pleased to present local poet Richard Watkins at #CamberwellLibrary 7 June Tickets here: …

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Camberwell Fresh Food Market - Camberwell

The Camberwell Fresh Food Market is an integral part of the Camberwell Village shopping experience. Located in the centre of Camberwell you’ll find organic fruit and vegetables plus a large range of fresh fish, meat and poultry. 458 more words

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Graffiti be gone: Hartwell attempts to clean up community aesthetic with plans to install murals

By Annabelle Lee

An upcoming mural display in Hartwell is set to not only change the entire feel of the centre, but also potentially increase shopping centre use. 636 more words

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Southwark Libraries: the beginning (part two)

By Emma Sweeney, Learning and Engagement Officer for Southwark Libraries and Heritage

In part one we heard about the ‘uproar’ and ‘hubbub’ that greeted proposals to open publicly funded libraries in the parishes of Southwark. 1,378 more words

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Small and Further Heygate: Demolishing 'Regeneration' on Elmington Estate

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Small and Further Heygate:
Demolishing ‘Regeneration’ on Elmington Estate, SE5           


346 Council Homes demolished

Seeing as the whole sorry tale of Southwark Council’s 20 year ‘regeneration’ of Elmington Estate is very long, we thought we would make it easier by summarising the most dastardly points in the above picture. 912 more words

Southwark Libraries: the beginning (part one)

By Emma Sweeney, Learning and Engagement Officer for Southwark Libraries and Heritage

For an institution so embedded in the fabric of our communities, so ingrained in the public consciousness, the free public library is a surprisingly recent innovation in this country. 1,057 more words

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