A talk at the Bridge Theatre, examining boundaries of spaces in London Bridge.
A talk at the Bridge Theatre, examining the renewal of London Bridge.
What strange spirits might one encounter in the haunts of the London Bridge area?
A special Museum of Walking interactive guided tour around London Bridge as part of the LFA.
Join for Museum of Walking walkshop as part of LFA.
Join this Museum of Walking walkshop as part of the LFA.
This FREE guided walk explores the changing skyline of London Bridge.
This FREE guided walk explores the historic architecture of London Bridge.
This FREE guided walk explores the bridges, tunnels and embankments of London Bridge.
The four main landowners for St Thomas Street East are working together on a draft framework for the area’s physical, social and economic regeneration. They will be holding a series of public consultation events in the coming weeks, each focusing on a different theme guiding the project.
The London Bridge Culture Strategy was launched at the start of March 2018 with much fanfare at London Bridge Station. Those that attended got a chance to meet Ellie Beedham, the new Director of Arts for the area who will be delivering this work.
Join fellow Responsible Business professionals from London Bridge businesses to learn from and exchange success stories on employee volunteering. We know there’s a lot of great work you’re all achieving so we invite you to share your insights with others who might be doing things differently or are keen to initiate something similar.
Responding to the shift in terrorist methodology away from larger more organised attacks to lone attackers and the increase in the insider threat, the National Counter Terrorism Security Office (NaCTSO) have developed Fairway Document Awareness to increase identity document knowledge in HR and recruitment departments.
Mini Love Lunch is a series of free events taking place at lunchtime in London Bridge area. This is a Team London Bridge initiative that helps promote local businesses and attractions to local professionals whilst it encourages well-being and the importance of taking a lunch break
Southwark Police will deliver a ‘Project Griffin’ seminar which aims to encourage and enable members of the public to help police deter and detect terrorist activity.