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1408, 2016

10 Reasons to spend in SE16 first

By |August 14th, 2016|Categories: Advice, All, Community, Food & Drink, SE16Network|0 Comments

Here at I Live in SE16, we are big fans of all things local – our local parks, charities, venues, churches, schools and businesses – and we think it makes sense for local people to [...]

2407, 2016

Ed Gray – self-employed artist

By |July 24th, 2016|Categories: Advice, All, Art and Culture, People, Work|0 Comments

Ed has been one of the best known of our local artists for some years now. Born in Putney and now based in Rotherhithe, Ed is increasingly recognised as one of the great contemporary painters [...]

1007, 2016

Decluttering with Katherine Blackler

By |July 10th, 2016|Categories: Advice, All, People|0 Comments

After 15 years working in office-based corporate roles, SE16 resident Katherine Blackler has recently set up a local business SortMySpace Ltd offering professional organising and decluttering services in our local area. The inspiration struck for [...]

707, 2016

Policing Rotherhithe with PC Nelena Paparisva

By |July 7th, 2016|Categories: Advice, All, Community, People|0 Comments

PC Nelena Paparisva is the Dedicated Ward Officer (DWO) for Rotherhithe ward SE16. She joined a team of five officers in September 2015 who work in the North East Cluster; together they cover a set [...]

805, 2016

Thames Mudlarking and Alan Murphy

By |May 8th, 2016|Categories: Advice, All, Community, Heritage, Magazine, People|0 Comments

The mudlark was born amongst the filth and chaos of Victorian London. These poor degraded creatures were scavengers, wading through the foul-smelling mud to collect anything they could sell, such as rags, coal and rope. [...]

1704, 2016

Neighbourhood Watch

By |April 17th, 2016|Categories: Advice, All, Community, People|0 Comments

What do you do if your development or estate is declining? How can you help to turn it around? Georgia Sigala moved to her home near Greenland Dock in 2000 but it was in 2010 [...]