Lewisham Council - Honor Oak Park

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Honor Oak Park

A leafy suburb with a good selection of restaurants.

Local events

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Love2Dance 8-18 year olds Free

Honor Oak Community Centre 4 September 4pm to 8pm

Love2Dance gives you the opportunity to not only learn street dance but to attend shows and events to get you inspired as well as taking part in live performances.

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Love2Dance 8-18 year olds Free

Honor Oak Community Centre 11 September 4pm to 8pm

Love2Dance gives you the opportunity to not only learn street dance but to attend shows and events to get you inspired as well as taking part in live performances.

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Love2Dance 8-18 year olds Free

Honor Oak Community Centre 18 September 4pm to 8pm

Love2Dance gives you the opportunity to not only learn street dance but to attend shows and events to get you inspired as well as taking part in live performances.

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Love2Dance 8-18 year olds Free

Honor Oak Community Centre 25 September 4pm to 8pm

Love2Dance gives you the opportunity to not only learn street dance but to attend shows and events to get you inspired as well as taking part in live performances.

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Love2Dance 8-18 year olds Free

Honor Oak Community Centre 2 October 4pm to 8pm

Love2Dance gives you the opportunity to not only learn street dance but to attend shows and events to get you inspired as well as taking part in live performances.

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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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