Contributors

The following businesses, groups, clubs and associations are working together to develope, provide and promote the calendar of events, attractions and activities as part of the Mayflower 400 programme in London.

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Southwark is the lead London borough on planning the Mayflower 400 celebrations and part of the international Mayflower Compact, a partnership of 13 destinations that have come together to develop a programme of activities to mark 2020.  Our vision is to celebrate the anniversary of the Mayflower by increasing tourism to Southwark and Rotherhithe, encouraging cultural activity and ensuring that our young people know about the importance of the Mayflower and its legacy.

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Southwark Council

The mission of London Bubble is to provide the artistic direction, skills, environment and resources to create inspirational, inclusive, involving theatre, which shares stories that animate the spaces of the city and the spirits of its citizens.

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London Bubble

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The mission of London Bubble is to provide the artistic direction, skills, environment and resources to create inspirational, inclusive, involving theatre, which shares stories that animate the spaces of the city and the spirits of its citizens.

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Mayflower Pub

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The Rotherhithe and Bermondsey Local History Society’s aim is to encourage interest in the history of Rotherhithe, Bermondsey, the surrounding area, Docklands and the River Thames.

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Rotherhithe and Bermondsey Local History Society

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This community-led project will illuminate specific elements of six historic buildings.  These buildings all fall within a small but historically very significant area of Rotherhithe, where Christopher Jones, the Master and part owner of the Mayflower lived, died and is buried.

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Rotherhithe Illuminated!

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Thames Alive celebrate and promote the River Thames by harnessing its many activities and attractions as dynamic assets for London and the country as a whole. Recent and regular river events prove that the Thames captures the public’s imagination, but they also demonstrate that a specific and coordinated effort is necessary to create synergy.

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Thames Alive

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Time and Talents is a local charity based in Rotherhithe and Bermondsey dedicated to creating a place where everyone feels part of a community. We bring people together for mutual support, fun and friendship through a range of services and activities that address social isolation, increase mental and physical wellbeing, and reduce divisions across the community.

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Time and Talents

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The role and purpose of SE16-WORG is to act as a coordinating group to :

  • update and circulate the Rotherhithe Map in the local area

  • promote permanent and long term  sites and  activities via the map, www.se16.com,  public notice boards and member websites.

  • help promote other factual tourist and visitor literature and material for the Rotherhithe area.

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Whats On In Rotherhithe Group

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Heritage and Arts have been asked by Southwark Council to provide the official Rotherhithe and Bankside guided walking tours as part of the these celebrations. This is the official and complete Mayflower 400 tour where we will and get inside many of the buildings and attractions.  This is the only tour which has been approved by the local history and tourist groups.

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Heritage and Arts

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