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Food & Drink


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10 Reasons to spend in SE16 first

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

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 [...]

Auction against Hunger – 26 May

By |May 19th, 2016|Categories: All, Food & Drink|

Canada Water is currently enjoying Hawker House – an amazing weekly festival of street food – held on Fridays and Saturdays just a short walk from Canada Water station on Surrey Quays Road. Next week, [...]

Plough Way Cafe opens for business

By |April 18th, 2016|Categories: All, Community, Food & Drink, People|

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 [...]

Food and Drink in SE16 – a magazine

By |October 1st, 2015|Categories: All, Food & Drink|

The third issue of I Live in SE16 is out! Why not take the plunge and grow some food at home? We've loads of support and help in SE16 and in our lead article, we [...]

Hawker House in Canada Water

By |September 29th, 2015|Categories: All, Food & Drink, People|

London Union has made a success of taking spaces that are derelict or between different uses and turning them into successful food markets for street traders. Their brand of music, street food and a party [...]

The Annual Hop

By |September 27th, 2015|Categories: All, Food & Drink, Heritage|

Bermondsey’s past is often told in terms of the Thames-side wharves, where specialised food and spices arrived to fill ‘London’s Larder,’ from Britain's imperial trade. Whilst the riverside was the place of male employment, in [...]