From their website: "Living Bankside was formally established in 1995, and ever since, it is run by residents for the benefit of residents. At the time of a proposed immense change in the area, including Tate Modern and the Borough Market, the residents got together to influence that change, wanting to start seeing positive things happen in the neighbourhood. Since then, our mission has expanded in multiple directions. Our work focuses on the people who are living, working, studying and visiting the Bankside, Borough and the SE1 area. We exist to ensure that our people are able to meaningfully influence and contribute to regeneration and positive change."
Group From 1995
This section lists the memorials created by the subject on this page:
Folajimi Olubumni-Adewole - SE1
Jimi #hero Folajimi Olubunmi-Adewole, a resident of Southwark, lived in Bermo...
Turkish baths at Imperial Hotel
The picture shows the frigidarium, with statues in niches near the tops of the columns. The Turkish baths, constructed as part of the 1913 extension to the Imperial Hotel, were the subject of an e...
A Grade II listed building formerly known as Kings Coppice. It may have taken its name from Edward King who was a tenant of Dulwich manor in the sixteenth century. Between 1811 and 1814, William Vi...
Jolly Sailor Inn
Claimed to be the first public building in South Norwood. When it opened there was little else here except for brickworks and farmland.
Albert Edward Dack
Albert Edward Dack is the boy lying on his side on the front right in the photograph of the scout troop. Albert Edward Dack was born on 1 August 1899 in Walworth, the fourth of the ten children of...