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Birthplace of:
Richard Branson Mary Quant Emily Davison
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Folk Customs:
April Fools Day
Baddeley Cake
Beating the Tower Boundaries
Blessing of the Throats
Bonfire Night
Changing of the Quill
Doggett's Coat and Badge Race
Footbridge Rent of one Red Rose
Hot Cross Buns for the Widowís son
Mass for the executed Charles I
Quit Rents Ceremony
Vintners' Company Procession

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Clarendon Hotel
"Good Points: Very nice location and good value. Also very convenient for transport to & from our venue . would not hesitate to come again. Bad Points: Absolutely no ..." More

Clarendon Hotel
"Bad Points: Price variations during the year. as a frequent guest we have had to pay anything from £85 per night as last time-excellent large room- to £120- for a ..." More

Clarendon Hotel
"Good Points: bed was very large Bad Points: Bed was very large but felt damp/ or very cold a little soft for me.The TV is very small and i could ..." More

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Situated just below Greenwich, Blackheath is a beautiful and well-to-do part of London, although the ancient common was once a wilderness of gorse and scrub, and a gathering point for activists such as those in the Peasants' Revolt of 1381. In the 18th Century, the road to Dover was rife with highwaymen. Today the green acres and ponds of the heath are well-tended and populated by people flying kites or walking across the grassland to All Saints Church, with its tall spire, or the shops, bars and restaurants of Blackheath Village - the location of some lovely Georgian terraces. Also noteworthy is The Paragon, a crescent of colonnaded houses on the edge of the heath. Blackheath has a proud sporting tradition, being the first place in England where golf was played, and the home of the country's oldest rugby club. Since the 1820s, cricketers have played on the heath, which is now the starting point for the London Marathon and also hosts bowls, tennis and children's donkey rides. Other local attractions include fairs, a farmers' market, an 1840s railway station, London's biggest annual fireworks display, and two music centres: Blackheath Halls and Blackheath Conservatoire of Music and the Arts.


Age Exchange Reminiscence Centre
Rangers House

Care Home

Aldington House
Blackheath Brain Injury Rehabilitation Unit


Dance - Pirouette School of Dance


The Dental Surgery
VK Dhanda Dental Surgery


Dr Patel & Partners
Dr Ratnarajan & Partner
Manor Brook Medical Centre

Farmers Market

Blackheath Farmers Market


Buenos Aires
Chapter Two
Laicram Thai Restaurant


Blackheath Bluecoat C of E School
Blackheath High School
Blackheath High School GDST
Brooklands Primary School
Colfe's School

Invicta Primary School
The Pointer School
Wingfield Primary School


James Dodd & Charles
Macey & Co
Wykeham Hurford & White


Blackheath Car Service
Sure Cars Of Blackheath


Blackheath Halls

Sports Clubs

Blackheath LTC (Tennis)
Blackheath Rugby Club (Rugby Union)


Well Bean Health Foods
Nissi Cross Pharmacy
The Pares
Nealís Yard Remedies
Sparkes GG
Blackheath Eyecare Centre (Opticians)

Fat Face
Phase Eight
Pets At Home
Rozi's Posies
House of Beauty
JoJo Maman Bebe
Ottie and the Bea

Places to Stay near Blackheath

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Clarendon Hotel (0.23 miles)

Clarendon Hotel

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Superbly situated overlooking Blackheath and Greenwich Park, this hotel is ideal for Greenwich, the O2 Arena, Excel exhibition centre in Docklands and Kent. The Clarendon Hotel overlooks historic Blackheath, a true gem ... More

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onesixtwo (0.83 miles)


A contemporary London guesthouse near Blackheath Looking for a small, stylish, high quality guesthouse? onesixtwo is a beautifully furnished London townhouse with a boutique hotel feel. After a busy day of meetings or sightseeing, our small ... More | visit website

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Devonport House Hotel (0.86 miles)

Devonport House Hotel

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Steeped in naval history, this remarkably beautiful building is situated on the prestigious World Heritage site at Greenwich. Devonport House is impeccable in its grandeur and offers accommodation that is ... More

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Greenland Villa (0.87 miles)

Greenland Villa

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The newly refurbished Greenland Villa Blackheath Greenwich, (formerly known as Number Nine Blackheath )offers superb facilities and friendly staff. This Victorian Guesthouse is located close to many amenities and has ... More

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Greenland Hotel (0.87 miles)

Greenland Hotel
The Greenland Villa is a friendly Victorian guest house 2 minutes from Westcombe Park Train Station. It has free parking, and refurbished rooms with DVD players and a refrigerator. Greenland Villa provides warm, comfortable surroundings with ... More | visit website

Ibis London Greenwich (0.90 miles)

Ibis London Greenwich
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The Ibis London Greenwich Hotel Is Located In The Greenwich City Center, Close To The Maritime Museum, Observatory 3 Minutes , Greenwich Market And Cutty ... More
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Raymont Hall (1.61 miles)

Raymont Hall

Located on leafy Wickham Road, Raymont Hall is a period residence set in Brockley, a pleasant residential area just 15 minutes from Central London by train or overground and a short walk from the main ... More | visit website

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The Antigalllican (1.65 miles)

The Antigalllican
The Antigallican Hotel is a B&B Hotel which is also suitable for budget travelers. Conveniently located between historical Greenwich, the forthcoming Olympic Village Site and the famous Millennium dome. When visiting The ... More | visit website
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Loring Hall (1.83 miles)

Loring Hall

Loring Hall offers accommodation less than twenty minutes from the West End of London by train. Goldsmiths is the perfect base from which to visit London.

Close to maritime Greenwich, the Oval cricket ground and Canary ... More | visit website

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The Pilot Inn (1.85 miles)

The Pilot Inn

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The Pilot Inn is a 206-year-old pub/restaurant set in the middle of an up and coming area in Greenwich. Situated just next to the O2, The Pilot Inn has 5 ... More

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