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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 Widow’s son
Mass for the executed Charles I
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"Good Points: Clean and exceptionally well priced for central London Bad Points: Slightly rough area as glass thrown at Barman so Police attended scene. No en-suite rooms in hotel - all ..." More

East Street Market
"east street market a good frindley day out with intresting peopel a good socre of local produce at good prices mutilty colcuturall ample parking and a safe place to shop ..." More

East Street Market
"Besides the mouth watering food, fish, veggies etc. They offer best looking and classiest hats money can buy.

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Walworth is a built-up, inner-city area of south-east London spread around two important arteries, Walworth Road and Old Kent Road. This part of the capital is widely associated with the cheery, working-class Londoner immortalised in old music-hall songs such as "Knocked 'Em In The Old Kent Road", although there's nothing "Cor blimey, guv" about today's Walworth. This is a thoroughly cosmopolitan district, with people of countless nationalities living side by side in swathes of Sixties housing. Famous old pubs have disappeared or been converted: the Thomas A Becket, with its legendary boxing history, now functions as an estate agency and gallery in the Old Kent Road, where retail superstores are part of the scenery along with numerous multicultural shops and restaurants. East Lane Market, a one-time haunt of Charlie Chaplin, who was born locally, is a hive of activity, its fresh-food stalls loaded with exotic fruit and vegetables. However, Walworth's past lives on in the Cuming Museum. Administered by Southwark Council, the museum was founded with treasures left by the Cuming family, who collected antique objects from around the world, bought at auction. The museum has since added artefacts provided by other collectors, and now focuses on local history.


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Express by Eurotraveller Hotel (0.28 miles)

Express by Eurotraveller Hotel

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The ideal base from which you can visit the many attractions of the City of London and its financial districts. Located close to the centre of London, just off the ... More

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Hour Glass Hotel (0.37 miles)

Hour Glass Hotel

The Hour Glass is a basic, budget hotel, situated near Central London. Guests at this hotel get to enjoy the benefit of being located above a traditional London pub.This atmospheric Victorian pub is a great ... More | visit website

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Premier by Eurotraveller Hotel (0.47 miles)

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PREMIER by Eurotraveller Hotel is a new, modern, contemporary built hotel that is incorporating 53 en-suite bedrooms. The hotel is situated on the historic Old Kent Road in south east ... More

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Metropolis by Upstreet (0.52 miles)

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Upstreet are proud to present Studio bedroom serviced apartments located a short walk from Borough tube station, London Bridge tube and train Station.

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Pasha Hotel (0.66 miles)

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Pasha Hotel is a boutique hotel located in the heart of London within a short distance of the most delightful sightseeing like Parliament Houses, Tate Modern, Big Ben in central ... More

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Bermondsey Square Hotel (0.66 miles)

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According to Time Out magazine, “If we were giving out awards for cool streets, the gong for funkiest newcomer would be scooped by SE1’s Bermondsey Street”. When the Bermondsey Square ... More

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Kennington B & B (0.68 miles)

Kennington B & B
Family run, Boutique B & B in a beautifully restored Grade II listed Georgian House built in 1786. Situated just 50 metres from Kennington tube station, the B & B is only minutes from Central ... More | visit website
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Marlin Apartments (0.70 miles)

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Empire Square is a fantastic new development situated just minutes from London Bridge and London's Financial District, this development encompasses an internal square the size of Piccadilly Circus. Additional benefits include ... More

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London South Bank Apartments (0.76 miles)

London South Bank Apartments

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Set in the heart of fashionable Bermondsey, close to iconic Tower Bridge, these superb, conveniently located studios and apartments offer a perfect base to any City visitor. ... More

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London City Hotel (0.78 miles)

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This modern, recently refurbished hotel offers tastefully decorated accommodation with a prime city location. Within a mile of the hotel you will find Shakespeare's Globe Theatre and the Tate Modern, which houses ... More

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