Thames Tributary Ravensbourne - Pool River -Bellingham
The Pool River flows north to join the Ravensbourne
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Busy Southend Lane divides the London County Council built Bellingham Estate from private housing, sports grounds and parks. The most notable thing about the area is ex-pupils of Sedgehill School, Status Quo.
Post to the west Bell Green
Post to the north Bellingham
Post to the east South End
Was called Stumps Hill before John Cator turned up.
The Annunciation and St.Agnes. Built of red brick, circular, and centrally planned with gabled clerestory windows, lantern with copper fins, and an entrance like a barbican, with curved walls. .
Elfrida Primary School
Shops destroyed in 1941 bombs
Fellowship Inn. Built by the LCC for the estate.
Sedgehill School. The site was originally to be a TB hospital but the school was built by the LCC and then opened in 1957.
Southend Park. Small local park
Worsley Bridge Road
Lloyds Bank cricket field – became HSBC and also the Kent County Cricket Club.
Sydenham High School Sports Ground
Annunciation and St. Agnes. Web site
Field. London Place Names,
Pevsner and Cherry. South London
Sedgehill School . Web site