Monthly Archives: January 2016

An Ancient Right of Way – a walk from Coldharbour Lane to Camberwell Church Street

Mary Boast in her book The Story of Camberwell, published in 2000 by London Borough of Southwark in it’s Neigbourhood History series, No 1 talks about an ancient right-of-way, a path from St Giles Church to Coldharbour Lane. I thought … Continue reading

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Loughborough Park Congregational Church – part 3

Following some research at Lambeth Local History archives, we can add some further information. We have another drawing by the architect and possibly builder of the Church, Mr WG Habershon, Esq. This view is at the top of the letter … Continue reading

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Denmark Hill – a poem by Grasshopper

I came across this poem posted in the Camberwell news and chitter-chatter thread on Urban 75 forum in the London and the South East section. Posted by Maggot 2 December 2015.  

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Coldharbour Lane by Tom Robinson

A song from the Cabaret 79 Live LP released in 1982. You can listen to it and buy it on Tom’s ¬†Bandcamp site https://tomrobinson.bandcamp.com/track/coldharbour-lane-2 According to Songfacts¬†based on an interview Tom gave to the NME it was composed in 1976 … Continue reading

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Angell Arms on Loughborough Road

The Angell Arms was located at 2 Loughborough Road or formerly at 1 Angel Road. It was at the junction of Angell Road and Loughborough Road. This extract from Stanfords Map of London southern section, 1894 shows the location as … Continue reading

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