Wednesday October 23rd 7pm (doors open at 6.30pm) Vauxhall Tide is a community art project, based at St Anne and All Saints Church, bringing together local residents to create a textile banner reflecting their lives and histories. The banner will be on display at the library and the creators will be there to talk about […]
October 5th is the date for this annual celebration of fun – for all ages – between 11am and 4pm. Here’s the programme at Tate South Lambeth Library: 11-12 am Gardening – an interactive gardening session for all ages, with seeds and bulbs 2.30-4pm The weekly session of Science Club, which gives homework […]
Monday, 21 October 2019 Chris Mullin on The Friend of Harry Perkins, published in March this year: “the long-awaited sequel to his best-selling A Very British Coup; a tantalising human drama woven around the big issues of the day: Brexit, the rise … Continue reading →
The London Assembly has published its report on the Garden Bridge debacle - and has urged Parliament's public accounts committee to mount a further probe into the project which has left the taxpayer with a £43 million bill.
Plans for a 220-room hotel in the car park of a Blackfriars Road office block have been vetoed by a planning inspector who has dismissed the developer's appeal against Southwark councillors' decision to reject the scheme.