Lovely Camberwell in Autumn

Only a stone’s throw from central London, Camberwell and Denmark Hill is a delight. A neighbourhood of contrasts, with one of the best parks in south London (in all London?) gracious terraces of the late Georgian period and a secret wild garden. Add a plethora of great pubs, a great Greek bakery, a sublime chapel, and more than one art destination and you have a winner.

I’ll be leading a guided walk on Sunday 21st October starting at 10.45 from outside Denmark Hill railway station. There is no need to prebook, though do contact me if you would like to, otherwise just pay £10pp in cash on the day.

The walk lasts around two hours, though my experience with this walk is that it often takes longer as we may be invited into allotments, to the chapel and just want to linger. But don’t worry, those pubs do food, and there’s a shedload of eateries to enjoy in SE5 too.

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