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Farewell to Camberwell, life and love in SE5

It’s May and I’ve been living in Camberwell for eight months now; reluctantly at first, and now happily. Poor knowledge of London geography and bad hearing meant that I moved there expecting Clerkenwell. 682 more words


Effra, River

Above: Mouth of the River Effra shown on Stanford’s map of 1878.

The ‘Lost Rivers’ of London is a very large and interesting subject. If you have never considered it before then this article will describe just one of them – the River Effra. 646 more words


Little Pony

Little Pony had a soft opening over the weekend, and I had the pleasure of visiting this fresh space on Camberwell Road, and meeting its owner Tiana. 257 more words

Melbourne Cafe

Support our arts

Do something fabulous this week, support new and emerging artists or all types head along to the Camberwell School of Art.  This week the brilliant students of Camberwell have their degree show.   55 more words


“Legacy is not leaving something for people, its leaving something in people”.

Much like his other cafes, that being Temperance Society, Age of Sail, and My Other Brother; Julien Moussi has not cut any corners when it comes to quality at this Camberwell Road spot. 204 more words

Melbourne Cafe

Sam King MBE (1926 - 2016)

Sam King MBE was born in Jamaica in 1926.

After serving as an RAF aircraft engineer, during the Second World War and until 1947, King sailed to Britain on the Empire Windrush in June 1948.  301 more words


Day 19: Camberwell Library - Libraries are everything #30days30libraries

There’s a queue outside Camberwell library as midday strikes.

Being a Sunday, there are shorter opening hours today and now a crowd has converged around its glass doors. 417 more words