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Birthplace of:
William Morris Ron Todd Lutalo Muhammad Daniella Westbrook
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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 Widow’s son
Mass for the executed Charles I
Quit Rents Ceremony
Vintners' Company Procession

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Waltham Forest Festival of Theatre
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"Waltham Forest Panto: MOTHER HUBBARD AND THE HAUNTED CASTLE There is fun and excitement for children, grown-ups and all ages in The Waltham Forest Pantomime as Old Mother Hubbard finds herself ..." More

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Walthamstow derives from an ancient word meaning "the place of welcome", and this north-east London suburb will soon be greeting visitors in style, with an ongoing programme of improvements sprucing up the town centre and surrounding areas. The Walthamstow Village conservation area, contrasting with streets of terraced housing, is the most desirable residential spot. With its charming homes, quiet roads, independent shops, and restaurants and pubs, it was recently voted London's best urban village by Time Out magazine. The oldest buildings are St Mary's Church, dating back to the 1100s, and a 15th Century hall house. Local history is preserved at Vestry House Museum, a former workhouse and police station now exhibiting household items and clothing from a vanished lifestyle. It also recreates a Victorian parlour and a police cell with original features. Another museum, the William Morris Gallery, displays a collection of fabrics, rugs and furnishings in designer Morris's one-time Georgian home whose gardens, Lloyd Park, are open to the public. The Pump House Steam & Transport Museum looks at a different memory of Walthamstow. Shoppers will enjoy the historic street market and the more contemporary Selborne Centre, while anyone fancying a flutter could visit the local greyhound-racing stadium.


Vestry House Museum
William Morris Gallery

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Dance - Janet Clark Dance Studio
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Church Hill Dental Practice
Wood St Dental Practice


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Farmers Market

Walthamstow Farmers Market

Health and Fitness Club

YMCA Sports Centre


Walthamstow Farmers Market
Walthamstow Market
Wood Street Indoor Market

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Cock Tavern
Dukes Head
Rose and Crown

Waltham Oak


Walthamstow School for Girls


Haq Hamilton Hughes & Co
Saunsbury & Co


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Waltham Forest Mini Cabs


Waltham Forest Theatre

Sports Clubs

Waltham Forest (Amateur Football)
Waltham Forest Spitfires Basketball Club (Basketball)
Walthamstow Athletic Club (Athletics)


Record Village
Second Nature Wholefoods
World of Sports
H Samuel
Lloyds Pharmacy
Azure Racing


Clay Pigeon Shoot Ltd(Shooting)


Places to Stay near Walthamstow

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Sleeping Beauty Motel (1.23 miles)

Sleeping Beauty Motel

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A good-value, basic hotel at the edge of London near the Blackwall Tunnel, Sleeping Beauty Motel has free parking and easy access to the City and Docklands via the A12 and ... More

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County Hotel (1.46 miles)

County Hotel

The County Hotel, situated on the southern tip of Epping Forest, is the perfect base for visiting the sights, theatres and shopping of London. It offers good motorway links, with Tube and rail services providing ... More | visit website

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Sir Alfred Hitchcock Hotel (1.62 miles)

Sir Alfred Hitchcock Hotel
With a beer garden and traditional restaurant, Sir Alfred Hitchcock Hotel offers cosy rooms with free Wi-Fi. The hotel is situated on the edge of Epping Forest, a 15-minute walk from Leytonstone Station.
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Lonsdale Lodge (1.98 miles)

Lonsdale Lodge

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Lonsdale Lodge has been completely refurbished April 2004. We have mainly double and family rooms all of which are en-suite.A four poster bedroom is also available. We are within 25-40 minutes drive ... More

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London Budget Room (2.46 miles)

London Budget Room
London Budget Room provides money saving hostel accommodation in London. There’s plenty to see and do in the area surrounding the hostel, including paying a visit to Stratford, home of the Olympic site for 2012. ... More | visit website
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Ridgeway Hotel (2.48 miles)

Ridgeway Hotel
The Ridgeway Hotel in Chingford (E4), North London has been completely refurbished to a high standard of appointment. As a family run Chingford hotel, we pride ourselves with our friendly & efficient service, beautifully appointed, ... More | visit website
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Kadimah Hotel (2.60 miles)

Kadimah Hotel

The Kadimah Hotel is a bed and breakfast hotel located in the heart of Stamford Hill. It exudes elegance and style. It is a terraced property with a different feel than most London hotels. Guests ... More | visit website

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Premier Inn Ilford (2.88 miles)

Premier Inn Ilford
Ideally located just 200 yards from Redbridge underground station. For shops and local amenities Ilford town centre is only 2 miles away. Our Ilford Premier Inn has everything you'd expect, incredibly comfy beds in every room ... More | visit website
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Amhurst Hotel (2.90 miles)

Amhurst Hotel

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Set in a comfortable and friendly environment in north London, this hotel offers budget accommodation in Stamford Hill in the London Borough of Hackney, just a short walk away from Finsbury ... More

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Premier Inn Loughton/Buckhurst Hill (3.09 miles)

In the heart of Buckhurst Hill this Premier Inn makes an ideal base from which to explore the local surrounds. Within easy reach of the A406, M25 and M11. Conveniently located for Buckhurst Hill underground ... More | visit website

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