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South West Four
The mighty SW4 – Clapham Common’s bank holiday dance music explosion – returns for another weekend of big drops, club anthems and arms in the air. If you’re longing for big beats but can’t afford Ibiza and are loath to spend the last days of summer in...Dance and electronic Saturday August 27 2016 - Sunday August 28 2016Read more
Madness presents House of Common
Suggs’s Nutty Boys are north London to the core, but on bank holiday Monday they’re taking over Clapham Common for a one-day festival of skanking hits. As well as a headline set by Madness themselves you’ll catch Jamaican ska legend Toots Hibbert and...Music festivals Monday August 29 2016Read more
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the heart and soul of clapham. Beautiful in every season and most importantly, it is in constant use by everyone. Taken for granted but it is the most valuable thing from fitness, to music to food festivals to your daily jog.
Classic green area for a lazy sunday in the park with friends. Also there are loads of dogs you can buddy up with for the afternoon.
It really is a good park to visit if you like green outdoor spaces. I rated other nearby parks in this article: www.weekendnotes.co.uk/parks-and-green-spaces-in-richmond/
Beautiful Clapham Common is South London's 2nd largest Common after Wimbledon Common and one of the city's largest open spaces. Excellent for lazy summer days, picnics and dog walking and lots of fun areas for children. The ponds and lake have been revamped for wild life and its bandstand is one of the oldest in the UK. There are festivals on the Common all through the summer including London Calling and SW Four in June and August respectively. The Common can be accessed from the Tube on the Northern Line at Clapham Common or at Clapham South. There are pubs, bars and restaurants aplenty in Clapham itself however the Windmill quite sensibly is the only pub on the Common. Clapham was the original Ground Zero or epicentre of South London's gentrification but has matured of late as property prices have gone through the roof and made it a less affordable place to live for young professionals and graduates who have found succor in nearby Brixton and Peckham, Nevertheless Clapham Common is still a magnet for young sun worshippers and fitness fanatics from far and wide.