A weekly Saturday market located in Lewisham College carpark with fresh produce and street food galore.
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Home to one of London's brightest grime stars and nestled in the trifecta of Lewisham, New Cross and Peckham, Brockley has, over the last decade, come into its own. Those that live in the area champion it like a child, and with good reason. Not only are there lovely open green spaces, such as Hilly Fields Park and Brockley and Ladywell Cemetery, but there are also numerous independent shops, like the brilliant Jones of Brockley, and gorgeous cafés, such as Browns of Brockley.
Food and drink options extend way beyond just cafés, though; Brockley is home to some stellar pubs, bars and restaurants. Or, if you fancy something a little more casual, there’s always the award-winning chippy Brockley's Rock, which is worth its slightly-above-average price tag. On Saturdays, you’ll also find Brockley Market, one of south London’s busiest and best food markets. Then spend the night boogieing away at the iconic Rivoli Ballroom.
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