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Monday 22nd September 2014
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Population: Approx 260,763
Longitude: -0.12
Latitude: 51.5
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Country: United Kingdom (UK)
Weather Station: London Weather Centre
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Justin Welby invites young Christians to spend year at Lambeth Palace
In a unique experiment, the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, is to open up Lambeth Palace in London to Christians of all denominations, aged 20-35 – inviting them to spend a year living, studying and praying together. Launching in September 2015, the Community of St Anselm will initially consist of 16 people living at Lambeth Palace full-time, and up to 40 people, who live and work in ...
Lead Practitioner, Lambeth
We need a Lead Practitioner to support the school in raising standards of teaching and learning.
Albert Embankment clubs: cops & council introduce dispersal zone
The dispersal zone will cover the area bound by Black Prince Road (SE11), Newburn Street (SE11), Courtenay Street (SE11), Kennington Lane (SE11), Durham Road (SE11), Ebbisham Drive (SW8), Lawn Lane (SW8), Parry Street (SW8), Albert Embankment (SE1) and Salamanca Street (SE1).
Archbishop invites young Christians to live at Lambeth Palace
The Most Revd Justin Welby, is to open up Lambeth Palace to Christians aged 20-35 – inviting them to spend a year living, studying and praying at the Archbishop's historic London residence.
Concerns for Clapham Common after SW4 dance festival
The aftermath of one of the UK’s top dance festivals on Clapham Common has put a large area of the park out of use.
Archbishop of Canterbury offers monastic gap year at Lambeth Palace
Forget the ashram or the wigwam, Archbishop of Canterbury sets up new monastic community at Lambeth Palace aimed at young people taking a gap year
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Weekend Sports In Brief
PRO FOOTBALL NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Rob Bironas, who worked his way through odd jobs and the Arena Football League before becoming one of the NFL's most accurate kickers, died in a car crash. He was 36. The former Tennessee Titans player died Saturday night when he ...
Football: Bill Redell to throw out first pitch at Dodger Stadium
In 1957, '58 and '59, Oaks Christian football Coach Bill Redell was an All-CIF baseball player at San Marino High.
Baseball: Who should take home the awards
Balloting for the four Baseball Writers Association of America Awards must be done before the first game of the postseason, so there is about a week left for voters to make their decisions.
FA chairman Dyke wants to end gift-giving culture in football
LONDON (Reuters) - The English Football Association should lead the way in rejecting a culture of gift-giving in soccer to counter continual allegations of corruption and bribery within the sport's governing bodies, FA chairman Greg Dyke said on Sunday. Dyke, 67, was one of 65 officials given luxury watches, valued at 25,000 Swiss francs ($26,600), by the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF ...
Rugby Union - RFU and clubs agree World Cup 'peace deal'
- England's governing Rugby Football Union (RFU) and the country's top-flight Premiership clubs have agreed a £13 million ($21 million, 17 million euros) compensation deal covering next year's World Cup, it was announced Friday.
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