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Forest Hill

Forest Hill has an attractive mix of local shops, a library, the pools, and the Horniman Museum (one of London’s best kept secrets).

Local events

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Iyengar yoga classes

St George's Church 19 April 7.30PM to 8.45PM

Iyengar yoga general classes.

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Reiki Treatments with J.P Seer for Alzheimer's Charity Fundraiser

St George 20 April 1pm to 6pm

30 Minute Reiki Treatment with J.P Seer 100% of what is paid for each treatment goes to Alzheimer's Society Charity. Help raise money to support people who's lives are effect by dementia.

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Iyengar yoga classes

St George's Church 20 April 7.30PM to 8.45PM

Iyengar yoga general classes.

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Under-fives songs and stories Free Council

Forest Hill Library 21 April 10am to 10.30AM

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Iyengar yoga classes

St George's Church 21 April 7.30PM to 8.45PM

Iyengar yoga general classes.

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History

Forest Hill is one of the highest hills in London, originally part of the Great North Wood until the mid-19th century it was sparsely inhabited by charcoal burners and woodsmen. The opening of the Forest Hill Station in 1839 (originally called The Dartmouth Arms) gave the first boost to the development of the suburb. Until then the name 'Forest Hill' had been applied exclusively to fifteen or twenty houses in Honor Oak Road.

Collector and politician Frederick Horniman began his collection of artefacts as a public and it became one of the most popular attractions in south London. The current building was opened in 1901 amid a 16-acre park and is open to the public free of charge. Other buildings of architectural merit include the Forest Hill Library, Forest Hill Pools and the Capitol cinema now a J.D Wetherspoons pub.