Ian Allan Books
Celebrating 6 months of knitting our high streets together with an exhibition this April.
WeKnitWaterloo has been an ambitious project aimed at symbolically reconnecting our area’s old “High Street” of Lower Marsh and The Cut. Using the power of wool and their own imagination, locals and visitors to the area were invited to create one or more knitted panels for a shop window or windows along the two streets. Over the...
share   
Employ Se1
2016 is underway and EmploySE1 has already placed a number of candidates into jobs for member businesses.
SE1 has been running for four years (with the help of four Business Improvement Districts) and over 300 businesses have used the service so far. “We have successfully recruited candidates over the last four years and we are now looking to improve the experience for employers.” “So far we have advertised over 2000...
share   
Imperial War Museum
A presentation of the renewed business plan at the Imperial War Museum.
On Thursday 14th January over 140 members of the WeAreWaterloo BID gathered at the Imperial War Museum for an important event in the WeAreWaterloo annual calendar. The purpose of the event was to introduction the renewed BID 5-year business plan to members, outline recent successes and focus on key areas of activity planned for the...
share   
Vault Festival
WeAreWaterloo has signed up all BID members to an exclusive offer from Vault Festival at their Waterloo Thursdays weekly events. Enjoy free comedy and 2-for-1 drinks offers at this flagship urban festival every week.
Waterloo Thursdays is a new initiative organised by Vault Festival to increase engagement with employees and businesses in the Waterloo area. As members you can enjoy weekly free comedy for hosted by Loren O Brien,...
share   
Lower Marsh Market is welcoming new traders to apply for a space at the up and coming Saturday Flea Market.
Whether you are a professional trader or you just want to clear out your cupboards you are welcome to apply. The flea will be a perfect location to unload any vintage or second hand furniture, kitchenalia, books, clothing and any other nic nacs you have that are in need of a new home. And with the Christmas bustle out of the...
share   
Penny at the Old Vic
Spend your time at the Penny, the brand new all-day cafe at The Old Vic theatre.
The venue’s Pit Bar has been transformed into “a place to engage with and experience new thoughts in food and art”. Julian Porter, 25, and Lauren Johns, 27, the young team behind Milk in Balham, and Fields in Clapham Common, are the brains behind the new look. The renovation is designed to create an environment in which non-theatre goers and...
share   

Pages