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Awards handed out to top citizens

Dedicated citizens have been given awards as a thank you for their efforts in improving their communities.

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Pupil’s poster turned into hoarding

Youngster Alexis Reene has seen her artwork made into giant hoardings after winning a competition.

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Can students save the pond?

A charity has called on local students for help in saving their dying pond.

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Spruced up street in line for awards

A street has been nominated for two top awards after being given a major facelift.

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Community heroes are rewarded

Community champions have been given awards to thank them for helping others.

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New pools to open early

A renovated Victorian leisure centre is set to be open in time for the Olympics.

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Rubbish image for TV’s Kate Humble

TV’s Kate Humble managed to make rubbish look more glamorous when she turned up to open a new state-of-the-art waste facility.

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Champion cyclist helps celebrations

Residents were given a chance to get fit with a world champion as part of celebrations to mark 100 days until the Olympics.

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Southwark businesses rent artwork in charity drive

Budding young artists can have their work exhibited and raise money for charity through a new scheme supporting youth projects. The Bermondsey-based marketing company Periscopix set up SE1ART to raise money for charities.  Bede House in Southwark Park Road and Downside Fisher Youth Club in Druid Street, both in Bermondsey, will benefit from the scheme.

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Pheasants are seen in Lewisham park

Three pheasants have been spotted in Northbrook Park in Lewisham. The park’s three new feathered friends are one female and two male pheasants, which have been seen in the wildlife area of Northbrook Park in Baring Road, Lee.

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