From January 2016 London Bubble theatre company will have 2 office/desk spaces available for rent in its open plan premises in Elephant Lane.
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The spaces are fully accessible, available 7 days per week, day time and evenings. All spaces have wifi.
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Surrey Docks Farm moved to its present site 29 years ago. Here’s how Thames News (the regional ITV news programme) reported the farm’s relocation in June 1986:
Cancer Research UK is advising local residents that the area around Southwark Park will be busy on Saturday evening 26 September as thousands of people converge on Southwark Park for the start of the charity’s Shine Night Walk .
The inside lane of Jamaica Road will be closed from Southwark Park to the junction with St James’s Road from 7pm until midnight. This will affect access to Southwark Park Road, Drummond Road, Keeton’s Road and St James’s Road.
Jamaica Road, Tower Bridge Road, Tooley Street and Lower Road are likely to be congested until 11.30pm.
Bus stops on Jamaica Road will also be affected.
Traffic management stewards will be supervising the area on the night and clear signage will be displayed prior to the event.
Shine Night Walk, in partnership with Scottish Power, brings a unique glow to the capital as participants illuminate themselves with lights, flashing headbands and sparkling outfits to form a human road of light as they walk through the capital.
The moving parade of light symbolises the hope the charity’s research scientists bring to the dark days of cancer and celebrates the progress that has been made so far.
Organisers hope this year 17,000 men, women and children will paint the town neon and help raise almost £5 million to bring forward the day when all cancers are cured. Since it began in 2010, Shine Night Walk has raised £18 million to help fund Cancer Research UK’s lifesaving work.
Bermondsey residents are being invited to drop off quality clothes, books, toys and household goods at their local Safestore for their month-long ‘Great Donate’ challenge which aims to collect as much stock as possible for the disability charity Scope.
It is the fifth year that Safestore, the UK’s largest self storage company, has teamed up with Scope and donations are being accepted at all 97 Safestore branches, including Safestore Bermondsey in Old Jamaica Road, throughout the month of July.
The items will then be sold by Scope across its network of almost 240 charity shops located across the country, raising funds to support its work with disabled people.
Safestore Bermondsey manager Alex Blair said: “We are delighted to again be partnering with Scope for ‘The Great Donate’ challenge. We want as many people as possible to get involved by donating any good quality items, clothes and accessories that they no longer need so that they can be sold in Scope shops. It is a very worthy cause so we hope that residents in Southwark will be really generous.”
Sasha Philips, Stock Generation Manager at Scope said: “We are delighted that Safestore are taking part in Scope’s 2015 National Stock Appeal this July.”
“As well as going to Scope shops, people can drop off their donations at their local Safestore making it even more convenient to declutter and donate.”
“All profits from the sale of donated items will go towards Scope’s work to support disabled people and their families to live the lives they choose.”
The nearest Scope charity shops are in Camberwell, Peckham and Lewisham
United St Saviour’s Charity has revealed its plans to create an ‘almshouse for the 21st century’ at the site of the former Southwark Park Nursing Home in Southwark Park Road.
The project is funded by developer Delancey in lieu of providing any affordable housing in their scheme at 185 Park Street, next to Tate Modern.
Read more on the United St Saviour’s website.
Surrey Docks councillor Lisa Rajan will join thousands of other runners in the London Marathon this Sunday.
The marathon route passes through the borough starting at Lower Road and works its way around the Rotherhithe peninsula and Bermondsey before heading over Tower Bridge into the City.
But not content with completing the course in regular sports gear, Cllr Rajan has chosen to run the 26-mile course dressed as super-hero Wonder Woman.
The Liberal Democrat councillor is raising money for the Reverse Rett charity, which funds research into the devastating rare condition Rett Syndrome, and has already raised over £1,250 for the cause. Further donations are still welcome and can be made online at: https://www.justgiving.com/lisarajan4/
“For the second year running, I am dusting off my favourite Wonder Woman outfit and embarrassing myself in front of Southwark residents,” said Cllr Rajan.
“I’m not looking to break any speed records but I do hope at least to make it to the finish line ahead of any rhinos or bananas!
“This year I’m running it for a brilliant charity called ReverseRett.
“They fund research into the devastating rare condition Rett Syndrome, which causes severe mental and physical disability in young girls around their first birthday.
“I’m hoping to raise as much as I can to make a small difference to families living with Rett.”