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Postcode: SW9 | code search
Population: 64600
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Birthplace of:
Harold Macmillan Max Wall David Bowie Jade Johnson Sharon Osbourne
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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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Brixton Market
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Brixton, a colourful south-London suburb, is overcoming a problematic past to emerge as an exciting place to visit and to live, with the handsome Victorian houses, cosmopolitan street culture, central location and excellent transport links appealing to families and young professionals alike. At the heart of everything is Brixton Market, really a collection of markets operating under one banner. Dating back to the 1870s, this is one of Europe's biggest Afro-Caribbean food marts, although all the usual market fare is here too. Moving forward from the 1980s riots and the nail bomb attack of 1999, the people of Brixton like nothing better than a festival. The annual Splash carnival finds sound systems set up in the streets, the Country Show takes place in nearby Brockwell Park, the Windmill Festival raises funds to restore Brixton's windmill to working order, and the Urban Art Fair sees local artists displaying paintings all around town. Brixton Art Gallery considers itself to be "at the heart of a renaissance". Nightlife includes chic bars and restaurants, clubs and small music venues, while Carling Brixton Academy, The Fridge and Mass cater for larger audiences. As a symbol of Brixton's regeneration, guided walking tours are a new attraction.


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Brixton Windmill
Brixton Windmill


St Matthew


The Ritzy Cinema


Yoga - Karen Smith


Dental Surgery
New Park Dental Surgery


Palace Road Surgery
Water Lane Surgery

Farmers Market

Brixton Farmers Market


Brixton Market
Ritzy Art Fayre

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Brixton Bar and Grill
Brixton Telegraph
George IV


Atlantic 66

Brixton Bar and Grill
Brixton Telegraph
George IV


Christ Church C of E Primary School
Corpus Christi Catholic Primary School
Hill Mead Primary School
Richard Atkins Primary School
St Helen's Catholic School
St John's Angell Town C of E Primary School
Sudbourne Primary School


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Brixton Academy
Landor Theatre

Sports Clubs

Brixton Topcats Basketball Club (Basketball)


A & C Continental Groceries

Brixton Wholefoods
Brixton Whole Foods
Tops Tiles


Brixton Cycles(Cycling)
London Phoenix CC(Cycling)

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Chelsea Guest House Hotel (1.18 miles)

Chelsea Guest House Hotel

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Centrally located in London, these newly decorated modern rooms all with en-suite have been superbly converted and refurbished to create luxurious fully furnished rooms suited to discerning executives or tourists ... More

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Church Street Hotel (1.27 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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Comfort Inn London Vauxhall (1.34 miles)

Comfort Inn London Vauxhall

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Comfort Inn is situated on the south bank of River Thames. Simply a few minute’s walk from Vauxhall Bridge from where you can see the 2 Wonders of Britain The ... More

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Pasha Hotel (1.43 miles)

Pasha Hotel

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Pasha Hotel is a boutique hotel located in the heart of London within a short distance of the most delightful sightseeing like Parliament Houses, Tate Modern, Big Ben in central ... More

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Euro Hotel Clapham (1.44 miles)

Euro Hotel Clapham

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The Euro Hotel Clapham is an attractive property overlooking Clapham Common Park. The hotel is located close to the London Underground, with all public transport facilities.

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Euro Lodge Clapham (1.47 miles)

Euro Lodge Clapham

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This attractive property overlooks Clapham Common, and is an ideal base from where to explore historic London, with major road links and public transport conveniently located close by. Euro Lodge Clapham provides ... More

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Kennington B & B (1.64 miles)

Kennington B & B
Family run, Boutique B & B in a beautifully restored Grade II listed Georgian House built in 1786. Situated just 50 metres from Kennington tube station, the B & B is only minutes from Central ... More | visit website
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Gateway Hotel (1.70 miles)

Gateway Hotel
The Gateway Hotel offers high standard and convenient accommodation located close to Clapham South tube Station. We are conveniently located close to the heart of the city yet within 3 minutes walk of one of ... More | visit website
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SACO @ St George Wharf (1.71 miles)

SACO @ St George Wharf

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St George Wharf is ideally situated on the South Bank of the River Thames adjacent to Vauxhall Bridge & opposite Pimlico in the heart of Central London. Combining the perfect ... More

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Pestana Chelsea Bridge Hotel & Spa (1.73 miles)

Pestana Chelsea Bridge Hotel & Spa

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The Pestana Chelsea Bridge Hotel - BRAND NEW HOTEL OPEN MID FEB 2010 - flagship hotel of the Pestana Hotels and Resorts Group - the largest international tourism and leisure ... More

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