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  • I went to see an old Aunty of mine in Bermondsey last week.

    Today

  • I wound through still-sleepy Soho; across bustling Covent Garden, where I stopped at Neal's Yard Dairy to buy a hunk of local cheese called Bermondsey Hard Pressed; past the British Museum and the stately gardens of Gray's Inn.

    Around the World in Eight Days

  • After the coronation, the king conducted Eleanora to a beautiful country residence called Bermondsey, which was at a short distance from London, toward the south.

    Richard I Makers of History

  • In May, these traders - now known as the Bermondsey Seven - were kicked out of Borough for daring to trade at Maltby Street as well.

    Evening Standard - Home

  • People tell me they used to eb part of a two week extravaganza known as The Bermondsey and Rotherhithe Carnival, with all sorts of entertainment such as stock car racing, parachute diving, wrestling and car shows.

    London SE1 community website

  • From this lake rose a few islets known still to us by place-names in "ey" or "ea" such as Bermondsey, Thorney,

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 9: Laprade-Mass Liturgy

  • The chimes began "Bermondsey" as clearly and cheerfully as on a thousand other bright and sunny evenings.

    The Nebuly Coat

  • Wladimir Klitschko was the man who could at least smile in the rain after taking a unanimous decision over David Haye in their disappointing world heavyweight unification title clash, with the Bermondsey fighter revealing afterwards that he had broken the little toe on his right foot in training.

    David Haye loses big fight to Wladimir Klitschko but blames broken toe

  • Some of us still remember Simon Hughes claiming to be the "straight choice" for Bermondsey.

    Final Tory Tabloid from Norwich North

  • John O'Grady, who stood against Peter Tatchell as the "Real Bermondsey Labour" candidate in the 1983 by-election died earlier this month, reports the South London Press.

    John O'Grady (Real Bermondsey Labour) has died

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