The Camberwell Beauty Butterfly.
Chaplin first appeared with Fred Karno’s Fun Factory in Camberwell
Camberwell has a popular Dog Show
Camberwell Fair was a popular attraction for hundreds of year
Ice Cream man
The Jungle Grill is a popular local cafe
Camberwell has many great takeaways
The Lumberjack Cafe is on Camberwell Church Street
Camberwell once had a windmill
Camberwell resident Robert Browning wrote a poem inspired by this folktale
Camberwell was one of Victorian London’s best shopping parades
The Tiger is the name of a local pub
Father Nick from St. Giles Church
The Camber Well
Half zebra half donkey
William Blake lived in nearby Peckham and often walked around the local area. He had vision of angels which he made into art
Born in Camberwell, Chamberlain was a key figure in British Politics at the start of the 20th Century.
Camberwell was home to many workers from the nearby docks.
This cycle shop opened in 1908 and sold the first safety bicycles. These were the first modern style bicycles that were much easier to ride than earlier penny farthings.
Lead singer of pop rock band Florence and the Machine.
Camberwell Church is named after St. Giles, patron saint of the crooked and crippled. He was a hermit in Southern France who lived with a deer and was accidentally shot by a hunter.
Popular local pub
Now extinct in Camberwell.
King of Camberwell Romance novel by Mary Janes Staples set in South London
This world famous actor went to school in Camberwell
The first bus routes ran through Camberwell and horse drawn coaches
A giant Pinata was made for Camberwell Arts 2019
One of the first rollerskating rinks was opened in Camberwell in 1876
Sam King, Mayor
Britain’s first black Mayor in 1983
Camberwell once had a busy tram depot
An extension of the Bakerloo Line to Camberwell has never been completed
Camberwell Arts has many hardworking volunteers
This the nick name of a tall building on the London Skyline
Xmas Art Market
Camberwell Arts holds a winter market every year
Yinka Shonibare Artist
Yinka Shonibare created an art installation on Sceaux Garden in 2010 following a shocking fire in the building.
Camberwell was bombed by Zepplins during the First World War
10 previous artworks for Camberwell Arts by Frog Morris
Chutney Preserves (with Sarah Sparkes & Friends)
The Tale of The Camber Well (Storytelling at Chutney Spa 2018)
Gog & Magog, from London by Lantern Light (with Nicole Mollett)
The Beast of Camberwell Green (special thanks to Paul Wady)
Giant Piñata (with Nicole Mollett)
Also look out for Shauna, Kelly and Debbie from Camberwell Arts.
There are a few other well known faces visiting Camberwell in this scene, can you spot them?