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Southwark’s Holocaust Memorial Day ceremony 2013

Published on 15 January 2013

Holocaust Memorial Day

Southwark Council commemorates the international day of remembrance with a Holocaust Memorial Day ceremony on Sunday 27 January 2013 from 10:00am.

Thousands of shoppers visit seasonal Scandinavian Market

Mayor visits Scandinavian Market

Published on 26 November 2012

Thousands of shoppers enjoyed the festive atmosphere at the Scandinavian Christmas Market outside the Finnish and Norwegian Churches in Albion Street, Rotherhithe, this weekend (23 to 25 November).

The Sketchbook Project launches in Southwark

A girl chooses from a wall of books

Published on 8 October 2012

Canada Water Culture Space in Southwark will welcome The Sketchbook Project exhibition in its only UK stop from 12 to 19 October 2012.

Thousands enjoy Guy Fawkes Night

Fireworks at Southwark Park, 5 November 2011

Published on 8 November 2011

Thousands of people descended on Southwark Park to celebrate Guy Fawkes Night on Saturday.

See your shoes appear in a new exhibition at the Cuming Museum

Wedding shoes worn by a local woman, Eliza Sandwell at Camden Church Camberwell on her wedding day in 1893

Published on 15 October 2010

Southwark's Cuming Museum is looking for people to take a photo or two of their favourite shoes, upload them to the Walking in my shoes Flickr group, and they could appear in a December exhibition.

Cricket celebrity supports Southwark Council sports event

Ebony Jewel Rainford-Brent

Published on 22 June 2010

As a way of encouraging girls to take part in sport, England's first black female cricket ace Ebony Jewel Rainford-Brent will be enthralling pupils with tales of her international sporting career.

Schools Cricket Programme

Goose Green School, Schools Cricket Programme winners

Published on 22 June 2010

The Schools Cricket Programme was designed to introduce youngsters to the game and encourage them to get active.

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