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Dana is a well-known figure in the world of London’s Infrastructure management – she is a Chartered civil engineer with a wealth of experience in rehabilitating London’s historic transport infrastructure. She has led the refurbishment of many of London’s Thames crossings including Bazalgette’s Battersea Bridge, Thomas Page’s Westminster Bridge and Sir Alexander Binnie’s Blackwall Tunnel. […]
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New parking charges have been approved by Lewisham Council in an attempt to improve air quality and tackle the climate emergency. The new banded prices, which were agreed by elected mayor Damien Egan and his cabinet last night, will come into effect in April. They mean drivers of electric cars who need parking permits […]
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Learn to Row courses for 2020 are starting in February. For all the information you need to book these courses please go to our…
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A group of Year 9 Gillotts School students have channelled their energy and passion into joining the plastic pollution revolution and invite you to join them this New Year! Working alongside the Education Team at the River & Rowing Museum, the group devoted 12 hours to complete the volunteering section of their Bronze Duke of… Read More
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Leander Club is pleased to announce Jack Beaumont as its new Club Captain for 2020. Outgoing captain, Vicky Thornley, became only the second female Leander Captain in its history when she took on the role in 2018. Vicky has been…
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New Year’s Cards? The first English Christmas cards were famously printed in 1843 by busy civil…
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We are looking for a new Director to take forward the vision of the Museum at a very exciting time, as we embark on the Development Phase of a National Lottery Heritage funded project contributing to a masterplan of site-wide improvements. The Director will lead the Museum as the most senior staff member, overseeing the […]
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A thank you to our new supporters: The Energy Check, who have become our Official Energy Sponsor When Mrs Nicholson set out to rescue the ancient church of St Mary’s from dereliction, the first fund-raiser was a concert on Twelfth Night 1978. ‘The audience are advised to bring blankets’ read the announcement in The […]
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We’re building up to next years New Creatives season at Oxo Tower wharf with a Q&A to check in with a #newcreative from this years season to see what they’ve been up to. Applications for bookings during 2020 are now open! Vivien Wilson exhibited as a part of London College of Fashion’s graduate show 2019….
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Our new luxurious British Bath & Body products are kind to the planet and your skin.
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