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April Fools Day
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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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Charlton is a delightful part of south-east London, located between Greenwich and Woolwich. Its appeal comes from a mix of lovely old buildings, scenic parks and a charming village centre. At the heart of the village are a war memorial, horse trough and drinking fountain, all situated on a traffic island. It's surrounded by a number of fascinating places. St Luke's Church, in part, survives from the 1630s, and it's the burial place of Spencer Perceval, Britain's only assassinated Prime Minister. Charlton House, nearby, is an exceptional Grade I-listed Jacobean manor house, with many original interior features. It now hosts community events, parties and conferences, and its grounds, incorporating Charlton's old village green, contain a summer house and an ancient mulberry tree, reputedly the oldest in Britain. This is the setting for the annual Horn Fair, reviving a historic tradition so raucous that it was banned in the 1800s. Other notable buildings include cottages dating back to the 1700s, the red-brick Assembly Rooms (1881) and an array of converted Victorian shops in the main village street. Football fans might like to visit The Valley, home to Charlton Athletic FC, while the Thames Barrier in Woolwich is a popular attraction.


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Charlton Manor Primary School
Cherry Orchard Primary School
Fossdene Primary School
Our Lady of Grace Catholic Primary School
Sherington Primary School
Thorntree Primary School


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Charlton Athletic Football Club (Football)



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The Antigalllican (0.03 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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Greenland Hotel (0.81 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
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Greenland Villa (0.81 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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onesixtwo (0.86 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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The Pilot Inn (1.14 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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Travelodge London City Airport (1.17 miles)

Conveniently placed, the Travelodge London City Airport hotel can be found just half a mile from London City Airport. Situated outside the London Congestion Zone and with excellent access to Greenwich, Docklands and the O2 ... More | visit website

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Premier Inn London Docklands (Excel) (1.41 miles)

Premier Inn London Docklands (Excel)
London Docklands ExCel Travel Inn is conveniently located next to the ExCel exhibition centre in Royal Victoria Dock. Minutes from City airport and Canary Wharf and just 30 minutes away from central London. The hotel ... More | visit website
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Comfort Zone @ Vista River View Serviced Apartments (1.47 miles)

Comfort Zone @ Vista River View Serviced Apartments

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Why use Comfort Zone Apartments Ltd?You won't want to use a hotel ever again once you've stayed in a luxurious Self-Catering Serviced Apartment from Comfort Zone.Comfort Zone specialise in letting ... More

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Ibis London Excel (1.49 miles)

Ibis London Excel
Just 150 meters from Excel Exhibition Centre, Ibis London Docklands Excel overlooks the water at Royal Victoria Dock. Near to the O2 Arena and only 30 minutes from Central London. Ibis London Docklands Excel is ... More | visit website
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Dockland Apartments (1.51 miles)

Dockland Apartments

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Wharf Views Docklands apartments are part of a new luxury development of waterfront apartments and penthouses in the Royal Docks near the world class ExCel conference and exhibition centre. Set ... More

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