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"It's a very good cheap approximately £3.50 each veiwing. you get foreign films and new release, i recommend it 5 stars.

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Peckham rose to fame in the 1980s as the setting for the acclaimed BBC sitcom, "Only Fools And Horses" - although none of it was actually filmed here. The series reflected a down-at-heel district of south-east London populated by wide boys and villains. Today's reality is rather different, with Peckham recently voted Britain's "most vibrant cultural hotspot". Only two miles from the West End, its regeneration has been funded by the European Union. Peckham now enjoys a prize-winning state-of-the-art library, a renovated town centre and new housing in the north. Future plans include the establishment of a Cross River Tram, connecting Peckham and Brixton to north London. The area's association with the arts focuses on the renowned South London Gallery whose exhibitors have included Tracey Emin, Damien Hirst and Gilbert & George, and Angel of the North sculptor Antony Gormley is among Peckham's notable residents. Fashionable bars, cafés and restaurants have become part of the everyday scenery, but the neighbourhood history lives on in places such as Manze's Pie and Mash shop and the beautiful Victorian station at Peckham Rye. A Wildlife Garden Centre and park, specialising in local plants, and a golf course are nearby, in East Dulwich.

Attraction

Livesey Museum for Children
Nunhead Cemetery

Care Home

Greenhive
Waterside

Cinema

Premier Cinema

Farmers Market

Peckham Farmers Market

School

Cobourg Primary School

Taxi

London Private Hire

Shops

Boots
Curios 2 Retro
Halfords
H Samuel
Peacocks
Mothercare
B&Q
Clarks
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Loring Hall (0.83 miles)

Loring Hall

Loring Hall offers accommodation less than twenty minutes from the West End of London by train. Goldsmiths is the perfect base from which to visit London.

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113 Pepys Road (0.85 miles)

113 Pepys Road

This semi-detached Victorian family house is situated on a hill and overlooks Telegraph Hill Park, the first landscaped park of its kind in South East London with 100 year-old oaks. The house is very welcoming, ... More | visit website

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Peckham Lodge (0.97 miles)

Peckham Lodge

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Established in 1849, the Peckham Lodge is a majestic building full of character and original features, occupying a central and strategic location on a main road into Central London. ... More

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Wishing Well Inn (1.11 miles)

Wishing Well Inn

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deally located only 8 minutes by train from London Bridge, this inn offers high quality accommodation combined with the atmosphere of a good quality, traditional and popular English pub.
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Premier by Eurotraveller Hotel (1.31 miles)

Premier by Eurotraveller Hotel

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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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Hour Glass Hotel (1.41 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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Water Gardens by Bridgestreet (1.49 miles)

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Set in a tranquil landscaped garden, The Water Gardens apartments by BridgeStreet Worldwide are located in the heart of Canary Wharf, Europe’s most vibrant and fastest growing business district. The ... More

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Raymont Hall (1.54 miles)

Raymont Hall

Located on leafy Wickham Road, Raymont Hall is a period residence set in Brockley, a pleasant residential area just 15 minutes from Central London by train or overground and a short walk from the main ... More | visit website

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Church Street Hotel (1.55 miles)

Church Street Hotel
In an area not known for its choice of hotels, let alone stylish ones, comes the Church Street Hotel, a welcome new addition to the South London hotel scene. If your idea is to get ... More | visit website
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Bermondsey Square Hotel (1.66 miles)

Bermondsey Square Hotel

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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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