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The Parish Church of St. Giles porch and doorway. Relocated to its current site in the vicarage garden where it was used as a summer house after the church was accidentally burnt down o 7th February 1841

Southwark, London, United Kingdom

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George A. Roberts 1890 to 1970 First World War soldier, Second World War fireman, West Indian Community Leader lived here 1923 to 1970

Lewis Trust Dwellings in Warner Road, Camberwell , London, United Kingdom

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Richard church plaque
Richard Church 1893-1972 writer and poet lived here 1905-1912. Plaque renewed 2010

2 Warmington Road, London, United Kingdom

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Sam King MBE Born 1926 Major of Southwark 1983-84 Wartime RAF Serviceman Passenger on the Empire Windrush West Indian Community Leader and Christian Advocate Lived here 1958-84 Voted by the People

2 Warmington Road, Herne Hill, London SE24, London, United Kingdom

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Sir Michael Caine 1933- Film legend Born in St Olave's hospital, Rotherhithe

St Olave’s Hospital, Rotherhithe, London, United Kingdom

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The Rose Theatre built here in 1587 first Elizabethan theatre of Bankside. Voted by the people.

56 Park Street, SE1, London, United Kingdom

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Richard Carr Gomm 1922 Social Reformer Founder of the Abbeyfield and Carr-Gomm Societies lived and worked here

36 Gomm Road, Bermondsey, London, United Kingdom

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Rotherhithe Picture Research Library and Sands Films Studio in Grice's Granary since 1976 a working building since the 1780's

St Marychurch Street, Rotherhithe, London, United Kingdom

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M. Manze Founded 1902 Opened here 1927 The home of pie and mash

Manze's Pie and Mash shop, 105 Peckham High Street, Peckham, London, United Kingdom

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Charles Babbage 1791 to 1871 Mathematical genius, astronomer, inventor and "Father of Computing"

The Side of Walworth Clinic, Larcom Street, Walworth, London, United Kingdom

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Charlie chaplin 1889 to 1977 walworth born comic genius
Charlie Chaplin 1889 to 1977 Walworth-born comic genius

East Street, Walworth, London SE17, London, United Kingdom

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Sir Henry Cooper OBE KSG born 1934 British, European and Commonwealth Heavyweight Champion trained in the gymnasium of the Thomas a Becket

Thomas a Becket / Nolias Gallery, Old Kent Road, (Corner of Albany Road), Walworth, London SE1, London, United Kingdom

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Peek, Frean Founded in 1857 World renowned biscuit maker that gave Bermondsey the name 'Biscuit Town'

Drummond Road, Bermondsey, London SE16, London, United Kingdom

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The Clink. Most notorious medieval prison

Clink Prison Museum, Soho Wharf, Clink Street, London, United Kingdom

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Bert Hardy 1913 to 1995 photographer born and grew up in The Priory "The man behind the camera"

113 Webber Street, Borough, London SE1, London, United Kingdom

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Charles Dickens 1812-1870 writer, journalist and social reformer

Charles Dickens Primary School, Lant Street, Borough, London, United Kingdom

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Druid Street Arch Bombing. On October 25 1940 a bomb fell through the Railway Arch killing 77 people sheltering from the air raid

Arch, Druid Street, London Bridge, London, United Kingdom

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Harry Cole voluntary worker, policeman, writer attended this school 1934-40

Charles Dickens Primary School, Toulmin Street, Borough, London, United Kingdom

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Mary Wollstonecraft 1759 to 1797 Writer, teacher and champion of women's rights

45 Dolben Street, Borough, London, United Kingdom

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Borough Market London's oldest fruit and veg market

Borough Market, 8 Southwark Street, Borough, London SE1 1TL, London, United Kingdom

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Marianne Jean-Baptiste 1967 Camberwell-born actress First black British woman to be nominated for an Oscar born here

Flats at St Giles’s hospital, St Giles's Road, Camberwell, London, United Kingdom

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Anne Shelton 1928-1994 popular singer and World War II Forces Favourite lived here

142 Court Lane, Dulwich, London, United Kingdom

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Edgar Kail Dulwich Hamlet FC 1900 to 1976 Last amateur footballer to play for England

Dulwich Hamlet Football Ground, Edgar Kail Way, Dulwich, London, United Kingdom

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Enid Blyton 1897-1968 popular writer of over 600 books for children

Popular 354 Lordship Lane, East Dulwich, SE22, London, United Kingdom

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Phyllis Pearsall 1906-1996 inventor of the London A to Z

3 Court Lane Gardens, Court Lane, Dulwich, SE21 , London, United Kingdom

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Isambard Kingdom Brunel 1806-1859. Great Victorian Engineer. His first project was the Thames Tunnel, the world's first underwater tunnel.

Brunel Engine Museum, Railway Avenue, Rotherhithe, London, United Kingdom

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Edward Turner 1901-1973 engineer and designer of Triumph motorcycles, the Ariel Square Four and the Daimler V8 engine. Lived and worked here in the early 1920s.

8 Philip Walk, Peckham, SE15, London, United Kingdom

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Bermondsey Abbey founded as a priory of the Order of Cluny stood here 1082-1538

Shortwave Cinema, Bermondsey Square, London, United Kingdom

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Peter Tatchell. Born 1952. Campaigner for human rights, gay freedom and social justice. Lived Here.

62 Arrol House, Rockingham Street, London, United Kingdom

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Surrey Docks Fire On September 7th 1940 the docks were set on fire in the first raid of the Blitz

Surrey Quays, Deal Porters Way, Southwark, London, United Kingdom

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Time & Talents Established 1887 Founded to improve the living and working conditions of women and children employed in the factories and docks of Bermondsey.

The Old Mortuary, off St Marychurch Street, SE16, London, United Kingdom

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Stainer Street Arch Bombing On the night of 17th February 1941 a bomb fell onto the arch where people were sheltering from an air raid. 68 died and 175 were injured.

Stainer Street, SE1, London, United Kingdom

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Sailing of the Mayflower In 1620 the Mayflower sailed from Rotherhithe on the first stage of its epic voyage to America In command was Captain Christopher Jones of Rotherhithe

The Church of St Mary The Virgin, St Marychurch Street, Rotherhithe, SE16, London, United Kingdom

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Sam Wanamaker 1919-1993 Visionary who recreated Shakespeare's Globe

Bankside, London, United Kingdom

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Oliver Goldsmith 1730 to 1774 flamboyant playwright, author of "She Stoops to Conquer"

Oliver Goldsmith Primary School, Peckham Rd, Peckham, London, United Kingdom

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The Pioneer Health Centre opened here in 1935. Known world-wide as the Peckham Experiment, it was a family-based club for the study of health and society

St Mary's Road, Peckham, London, United Kingdom

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Bobby Abel "The Guv'nor" 1857 to 1936. One of England's finest ever cricketers. Learned his cricket in Southwark Park.

Café Gallery, Park Approach, Southwark Park, Rotherhithe, London, United Kingdom

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Geoffrey Chaucer 1342 to 1400. England's greatest medieval poet and author of the "Canterbury Tales". The Tabard Inn site from which Chaucer's Pilgrims set off in April 1386

Talbot Yard, London Bridge, SE1, London, United Kingdom

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Octavia Hill social reformer established this garden, hall and cottages, and pioneered Army Cadets 1887-90

Bishop's Hall, East Front Facing Red Cross Garden, Redcross Way, London, United Kingdom

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Rio Ferdinand born 1978 Peckham's football legend who lived on the Friary Estate

Leyton Square, Peckham Park Road, London, United Kingdom

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Una Marson 1905 to 1965 Poet, playwright, campaigner for equality, first black woman programme maker at the BBC

Brunswick Park, Camberwell, London, United Kingdom

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George Livesey, Sir 1834 to 1908 Chairman of the South Metropolitan Gas Company and one of Southwark's greatest industrialists Gave this building to the People

Livesey Museum, 682 Old Kent Road, Walworth, London SE15 1JF, London, United Kingdom

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John Harvard 1607 - 1638 First Benefactor of Harvard University Born in Southwark, baptized in the Cathedral and educated in the parish's grammar school. Sailed to Massachusetts, 1637

John Harvard Library, 211 Borough High Street, Borough, SE1 1JA, London, United Kingdom

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Charles Babbage mathematician, astronomer and computer pioneer was born near this site

corner of Larcom Street and Walworth Road, London, United Kingdom

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Sir Ernest George (1839–1922) architect lived here

17 Bartholomew Street, Southwark, SE1, London, United Kingdom

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Beyond this old wall is the site of Marshalsea Prison, closed in 1842. This sign is attached to a remnant of the prison wall. Charles Dickens, whose father had been imprisoned here for debt in 1824, used that experience as the Marshalsea setting for his novel Little Dorrit.

Tabard Street Gardens, SE1, London, United Kingdom

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Percy Bysshe Shelley lived at No. 26 Nelson Square which formerly stood on a site north of this building

Applegarth House, Nelson Square, SE1, London, United Kingdom

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Janet Johnson (1858-1955) Pioneer Welfare Worker Lived at 39 Redcross Way. She became the first woman Guardian of the Poor in Southwark in 1888, devoting her life to the condition of poor workhouse internees. She became manager of the Central London School for Orphans and Destitute Children at Hanwell, initiating humanitarian reforms with new ideas on education, clothing and diet.

39 Redcross Way, SE1, London, United Kingdom

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Michael Faraday 1791–1867 scientific genius and discoverer of electomagnetism

Walworth Road, SE17, London, United Kingdom

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Site of "White Hart Inn" immortalized by Shakespeare in "Henry VI" & Dickens in "Pickwick Papers"

White Hart Yard, Borough High Street, Southwark, SE1, London, United Kingdom

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