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Last Wednesday we thought it was a good idea to have a drink to celebrate the launch of Proper Local. And indeed, it was a good idea.
At The George (a proper local pub of course) friends, colleagues and partners came together to drink stuff and have fun. And we really did.
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- The earliest known reference to Blackwall is in a document of 1362, in which meadow and pasture were leased at Godelockhope (Goodluck Hope) and Blackwall.
- Following the successful creation of the West India Docks which opened in 1802, an Act of Parliament in 1803 set up The East India Dock Company.
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Some of you might have noticed that there's precious little bird poop in Canary Wharf, and we're going to explain why.
This is Lemmy (the little chap on the right) and he is a Harris Hawk. If you work in Canary Wharf you might have seen him around, either up in the skies, or exactly as you see him now, on Paul's arm (he's the chap on the left).
Lemmy's job is to keep the birds away. Have a think, when was the last time you saw a pigeon in Canary Wharf?
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DLR: The Isle of Dogs is well served by the Docklands Light Railway, which runs through the middle of the Island from South Quay at the top, then down through Crossharbour, Mudchute, and Island Gardens. Going on from South Quay is Canary Wharf, Bank and Tower Gateway, plus connections to Stratford and the rest of the DLR network. Island Gardens leads to Lewisham, via Greenwich. DLR trains run every 3-4 minutes at peak times.