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Honor Oak Park

A leafy suburb with a good selection of restaurants.

Local events

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Millwall Community Trust football Free

Turnham Estate Ball Court, Turnham Road, Spalding House Entrance 3 September 6pm to 8pm

Free football for 12-18.

Millwall Community Trust football Free

Turnham Estate Ball Court, Turnham Road, Spalding House Entrance 10 September 6pm to 8pm

Free football for 12-18.

Millwall Community Trust football Free

Turnham Estate Ball Court, Turnham Road, Spalding House Entrance 17 September 6pm to 8pm

Free football for 12-18.

Open House at the Walter Segal self-build homes Free

Walter Segal self-build houses, 8 & 10 Walters Way, Honor Oak Park, London, SE23 3LH 21 September 1pm to 6pm

13 self-built houses. Each house is unique with many extended and built using a method developed by Walter Segal, who led the project in the 1980s.

Millwall Community Trust football Free

Turnham Estate Ball Court, Turnham Road, Spalding House Entrance 24 September 6pm to 8pm

Free football for 12-18.

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History

On May Day in 1602, Elizabeth 1 picnicked with Sir Richard Bulkeley of Beaumaris besides an oak tree at the summit of One Tree Hill. The tree became known as the Oak of Honor. At the top is a successor to the historic oak, planted in 1905. There is also a gun emplacement from the First World War. A beacon (and a telegraph) were used here by the East India Company and during the Napoleonic Wars.

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