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18 04, 2016

Plough Way Cafe opens for business

Many people in SE16 already know the Canada Water Cafe on Surrey Quays Road not far from the Library and Canada Water Plaza. Local owners Anthony and Nigel today open a sister/brother cafe, this time just off Plough Way near the Tesco Express in the new build Marine Wharf. Once again the offer will focus on [...]

17 04, 2016

Neighbourhood Watch

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 that she realised that her area was definitely going downhill. “When I moved here, the area was well tended and [...]

12 04, 2016

Soundcamp at Stave Hill

Each day, the Earth turns on its axis bringing the sunrise to every part of the globe in an endless sequence. The daily miracle of nature’s response to that event, we call the dawn chorus and it has a unique sound in every part of our world. International Dawn Chorus Day (1 May 2016) is [...]

6 04, 2016

Rotherhithe Shed

It’s an idea from Australia and it’s all about using the skills developed in lifetime to create and recycle. The Rotherhithe Shed is part of a global movement that is offering social and practical support to older people of all sorts. The Shed meets each Thursday at the workshop of London Bubble Theatre Company in [...]

28 03, 2016

Yoga in Canada Water SE16

Looking for a Yoga Studio which specialises in Vinyasa Flow Yoga or Candle Lit Flow Yoga in Canada Water SE16? Covering Bermondsey, Surrey Quays, Rotherhithe SE16, near Canary Wharf E14 and Deptford SE8, London. Liloo Loves Yoga is providing wonderful Yoga Studio Classes in the bodytonic clinic Canada Water Studios. Liloo graduated from YogaLondon and is [...]

27 03, 2016

Fisher FC and Ben Westmancott

Ever since Fisher Athletic went under and the new club – Fisher FC – emerged in 2009 owned and run by its supporters, Ben Westmancott has been keenly involved. “I remember looking after the tannoy at the old ground,” says Ben. “I would sit at home each week and mix some music on cassette for [...]

20 03, 2016

London All Stars – Wheelchair Basketball

Many people will have seen wheelchair basketball on their telly during the London Olympics, perhaps for the first time. I was lucky enough to get access to watch a couple of the Olympic matches at the O2 Arena during the Para-Olympics and I was mesmerised by the skill and speed of the play. The great [...]

18 03, 2016

Bacons College Sports Centre and Dave Cooke

Dave Cooke loves a challenge. He’s not one to take on a marathon without making it difficult. This time, he’s aiming to beat a Guinness World Record! On 24 April, Dave will be attempting to run the London Marathon 2016 in chain mail in under 5 hours 50 minutes! “I know it’s mad,” said Dave [...]

15 03, 2016

HAB6 presents 10% and Rising

We are pleased to welcome this article from Hope Connolly and Kadeesha Oduntan, Year 12 students at Harris Academy Bermondsey about their first Sixth Form conference about women in male-dominated industries. “Feminism isn’t about making women stronger. Women are already strong. It’s about changing the way the world perceives that strength.” G.D Anderson   HAB6 [...]

8 03, 2016

Canada Water Chess Club

Graham Taylor has been a chess player since early days. Following a career as an economics and history lecturer in higher education, Graham has become the driving force behind the Canada Water Chess Club which he founded in 2008. He is a robust advocate for the benefits of regular chess. “It’s extraordinary what the research [...]