Autumn 2015

Dear Readers

This September marks our third
anniversary and this time round we
have been delighted to work with
new people in our community to
create fresh content and features not
seen before.

In this issue we have a marvellous
‘Wine Club’ in collaboration with
local merchants Lant Street
Wines, who are offering special
deals and discounts on award-winning
reds and whites. We also
have our first full Education feature,
showcasing the very best of local
education, which uncovers
some inspirational stories, teachers
and pupils that are helping to shape
an even brighter future for London’s
riverside residents.

We invite you to visit the Jerwood
Drawing exhibition and see some great Rep. theatre
just north of the river. Two of our team
went to see Three Days in the Country at the
National and highly recommend that you do too.

Of course, come rain or shine, the
only place to be on 19th September is
the Bermondsey Street Festival –
so hope to see you there!

Yours,

A Webb

Editor

Angela Webb, Editor

Also from this Edition:
  • WINES with provenance Selling to both trade and public, local wine specialists have re-opened their doors as the 'Lant Street Wine Company' with a fabulous RIVER Reader 'Wine Club'
  • BISCUIT town Sounds like a dream… Where is this place?
  • turkish DELIGHTS - #1: Iskender Kebap Getting to know Turkey through it's food, drink and hospitality at Kilikya's in St Katharine Docks
  • SHIPBUILDING at Surrey Quays The Surrey Quays Shopping Centre; its past, present and future
  • EVER HopeFull Rep. “Youth is the gift of nature, but age is a work of art”
  • Entertainments Listings Autumn 2015 season listings
  • bermondsey street FESTIVAL 2015 The village fête in the city returns Saturday 19th September
  • THREE DAYS in the country John Simm leads a fantastic ensemble cast at the National
  • pencils DOWN With a first prize of £8,000, who will win the coveted Jerwood Drawing Prize?
  • pure EXCELLENCE A relentless drive for outstanding performance is behind the progress at Walworth Academy
  • OUTSTANDING in all areas The Dominie, a co-educational school for children with dyslexia and dyspraxia
  • 330 YEARS & Girls Allowed A year to be proud of; an exceptional past and a promising new future at Archbishop Tenison's School in Kennington
  • PRIME school Southwark's Free Primary School has links to the meadows and woodland of Pickhurst’s Forest School and lots more new facilities on site too
  • THREE schools in one In just five years an east London school has been transformed into a beacon of aspiration
  • CREATIVITY & collaboration Lambeth's Poetry School is the place for the aspiring wordsmith
  • 'A' STAR students Year on year success for the girls at St Saviour's & St Olave's
  • Education Open Day Events Open day events at local schools this Autumn
  • what's your property WORTH? With interest rates due to rise, when is best time to sell?
  • the rise of ROTHERHITHE The gateway to other worlds
  • Autumn 2015

	
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