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CHARITY fundraisers from across the country are set to descend on a scenic countryside common to raise hundreds of thousands of pounds for a hospice.
HUNDREDS of visitors are expected at the climax of a popular South London festival on Sunday.
OUR report regarding Draper House, which appeared on our website on May 7 was initially accompanied by a photograph which in error included the image of Mr Holden, who is a resident at Draper House.
A SOUTH London MP has given a cautious welcome to a £1billion project which could see 3,500 flats built at a former newspaper publisher’s base.
A HIGHLY skilled vet who has spent more than a decade helping poor families care for their pets has been nominated for an Our Heroes award.
TRADERS fear a proposed new cycle lane in Clapham could damage their businesses.
A WOMAN who was the youngest air raid warden on a housing estate has been nominated for a The Mercury Our Heroes award for her long-standing community work.
SOUP king Solomon Smith who spearheaded a food scheme in Brixton has been hailed a hero.
THE mother of a boy who has had his primary school place withdrawn due to a council blunder says she is furious.
Three years after leaving university, Sarah Begum, 24, has already caught the eye of industry big guns ahead of the Cannes Film festival, with a documentary she shot aged just 21.
CRITICS have blasted plans to extend a Tube line to Battersea Power Station as part of regeneration proposals.
POLICE have offered a cash reward for information that leads to the conviction of a 90-year-old’s killer.
A WOMAN who was the youngest air raid warden on a housing estate has been nominated for a South London Press Our Heroes award for her long-standing community work.
A MUM of five had a lucky escape after being dumped in a bin.
A TOWN hall has denied its affordable housing policy would create “posh ghettos” at a major housing development.
A FORMER heavyweight boxer who grew up in Camberwell and went on to become one of the best-known stuntmen in the business has died aged 84.
THREE friends who have notched up 81 years’ volunteering between them to raise funds and morale at a hospice have been nominated for a joint South London Press Our Heroes award.
TWO First World War soldiers have finally been laid to rest – almost 100 years since their death in a French field.
BRITISH intelligence services were complicit in the torture of a South London dad, MPs claimed this week.
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