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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
Quit Rents Ceremony
Vintners' Company Procession

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Crystal Palace is a residential area of south London named after a magnificent exhibition hall that once towered over the neighbourhood. The building, made of glass and iron, was originally constructed in Hyde Park to house the Great Exhibition of 1851 - an international celebration of art and industry. Three years after the exhibition finished, the palace was rebuilt (and extended) on Sydenham Hill, one of the highest points in London. It was surrounded by a Victorian pleasure ground where many events, including sports, were held. Today, Crystal Palace Park still exists, even though the grand hall, which was latterly home to an early TV company, has long gone, destroyed by fire in 1936. Some original features of the grounds remain, including the popular Dinosaur Park where visitors may stroll among life-size statues of prehistoric animals and reptiles. There's lots of fun for children, who especially enjoy the maze. The Bowl concert arena, a natural amphitheatre, continues to host outdoor entertainment. The park carries on a long sporting tradition - it's been most famous for athletics - with the establishment of the National Sports Centre, which boasts an Olympic-size swimming pool. Crystal Palace FC is based three miles away at Selhurst Park.


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Dr Gupta

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Rockmount Primary School
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Amatuer Boxing Association of England (Boxing)
Croydon Flyers Basketball Club for Girls (Basketball)
Crystal Palace Football Club (Football)
International Amateur Boxing Association (Boxing)


Secret Garden
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Merlin Shoes


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Queens Hotel Crystal Palace (0.47 miles)

Queens Hotel Crystal Palace
Having been given the flourish of a light makeover to some of the areas within, an expansive white exterior openly greets the visitor to the 5-storey Queens Hotel. Situated close-by to Crystal Palace Football Club ... More | visit website
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Melrose House (1.14 miles)

Melrose House
Melrose House is a family run guest house in a traditionally built Victorian town house with off-street parking, and is situated in a quiet and pretty suburb. Only fifteen minutes from the centre of London, ... More | visit website
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Henry Guest House (2.30 miles)

Henry Guest House

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WELCOMEHome from Home our semi-detached 1900, 4 STAR RATING Guest House is welcoming, affordable and very clean. It offers a relaxed atmosphere and a comfortable night sleep. Our emphasis remains ... More

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Croydon Court Hotel (2.56 miles)

Croydon Court Hotel

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A warm welcome awaits you at the Croydon Court Hotel. A spacious yet comfortable family run hotel offering modern facilities within an elegant victorian building. We are conveniently located close ... More

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ATINI Guest House (2.61 miles)

ATINI Guest House

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ATINI Guest House offers - affordable, spacious and comfortable accomodation, in a clean, peaceful and private atmosphere, close to East Croydon Train Station, the Fairfield Halls and Croydon Town Centre. ... More

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Windmill Serviced Apartments (2.63 miles)

Windmill Serviced Apartments
Windmill Place apartments are clean, spacious self catering apartments within minutes of Central london offering free Wifi and free parking. Save money on your visit to London by staying in these comfortable apartments with free private ... More | visit website
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Glenthurston Holiday Apartments (2.77 miles)

Glenthurston Holiday Apartments
Glenthurston is a family run business, established in April 1998. We pride ourselves on giving families a real home from home experience that is greatly appreciated when holidaying with children.

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Camden Place Serviced Apartments (2.77 miles)

Camden Place Serviced Apartments
In the Business district, Camden Place apartments are spacious, stylishly decorated and ideally located, being just 12 minutes by train from Central London and a few minutes walk to shopping, restaurants, cinemas, pubs and theatre. ... More | visit website
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Innkeepers Lodge (2.79 miles)

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Located in eden park in beckenham this lodge & toby carvery is only a 25 minute train journey into the heart of london. the city of london is packed full ... More

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The Lansdowne Hotel (3.00 miles)

The Lansdowne Hotel
The new ‘budgetique’ hotel in Croydon boasts 42 deluxe guest bedrooms each featuring hypnos beds, free internet access, iPod docking station, flat screen TV with a range of channels, hairdryer, ironing facilities, complimentary luxury toiletries ... More | visit website

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