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Postcode: SE11 | code search
Population: 12000
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Birthplace of:
Charlie Chaplin Harry H Johnston Edith Nesbit William Roberts-Austen Bernard Montgomery
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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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Kennington, situated in south London, not far from the Thames, is world-famous for the Oval cricket ground - now called Brit Oval. The ground is home to Surrey County Cricket Club although, in the past, it welcomed other sports, hosting the first FA Cup Final in 1872. The first national rugby matches were played here, too. Nowadays, the ground is open not just to spectators but to cricket fans working to improve their game. The Ken Barrington Cricket Centre offers coaching, net and bowling machine hire, and an equipment shop. Kennington has also built a reputation for exceptional fringe theatre. The White Bear Theatre Club specialises in developing new talent, while the Oval House Theatre presents exhibitions and other events in addition to plays. Pierce Brosnan started out his career at the Oval House. Kennington Park is popular among residents with attractive walks, a cafe and a striking memorial commemorating the 1940 bombing of an air-raid shelter in the park with the inscription: "History, despite its wrenching pain, cannot be unlived, but if faced with courage need not be lived again." Due to its central location, Kennington has plenty of shops, pubs, cafés and restaurants plus an excellent farmers' market.


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St Mark


Kennington Dental Surgery
Mint Dental Centre
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Dr Mitra
Dr Shah
Lambeth Walk Group Practice


London Waterloo Days Hotel

Performing Arts


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Court Tavern
Duchy Arms
Hanover Arms
Old Red Lion
Pilgrim Bar & Kitchen


Court Tavern
Duchy Arms
Hanover Arms
Old Red Lion
Pilgrim Bar & Kitchen

The Lobster Pot


Archbishop Tenison's School
Ashmole Primary School
Henry Fawcett Primary School
Lilian Baylis Technology School
St Mark's C of E Primary School
St Stephen's C of E Primary School


Fisher Meredith
Humphrey William Solicitors
Nigel Kidson & Co
Ole Hanson & Partners


R T Mini Cabs
Victory Carriages Limited


White Bear Theatre

Sports Clubs

Surrey County Cricket Club (Cricket)


Medimex Chemist

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Kennington B & B (0.29 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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Park Plaza Riverbank (0.44 miles)

Park Plaza Riverbank

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This impressive hotel is perfectly situated on the south bank of the River Thames, opposite the Tate Britain art gallery and close to Waterloo rail and underground station. Waterloo Station provides easy ... More

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University of Westminster International House (0.53 miles)

University of Westminster International House

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The Hall is situated in a quiet residential area, close to the major London attractions of the South Bank and West End. It is within easy walking distance of Londons ... More

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SACO @ St George Wharf (0.58 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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Days Hotel Waterloo (0.59 miles)

Days Hotel Waterloo
Newly refurbished hotel in an excellent location for all central London leisure and business locations. The Days Hotel Waterloo offers excellent value for money combined with a superb location assuring both business and leisure clients ... More | visit website
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Express by Eurotraveller Hotel (0.65 miles)

Express by Eurotraveller Hotel

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The ideal base from which you can visit the many attractions of the City of London and its financial districts. Located close to the centre of London, just off the ... More

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Comfort Inn London Vauxhall (0.69 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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Park Plaza County Hall (0.72 miles)

Park Plaza County Hall

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Ideal for family getaways, this brand new 4 star deluxe hotel is located on the doorstep of the London Eye and is minutes away from many of London’s favourite tourist attractions ... More

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City Inn Westminster (0.74 miles)

City Inn Westminster
London's City Inn Westminster, our flagship hotel in the heart of the city combines a passion for modern design and innovation with contemporary living.

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Metropolis by Upstreet (0.79 miles)

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Upstreet are proud to present Studio bedroom serviced apartments located a short walk from Borough tube station, London Bridge tube and train Station.

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Commerce changes the fate and genius of nations. - Thomas Gray
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Joan of Arc burnt to death - 1431, Murder of Christopher Marlowe - 1593
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