Metropolitan Borough of Camberwell

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Camberwell was a civil parish and metropolitan borough in south London, England.wikipedia
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Camberwell

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Camberwell was an ancient parish in the county of Surrey, governed by an administrative vestry from 1674. They were the Liberty of Peckham to the east, the Hamlet of Dulwich to the southwest and the central division of Camberwell proper. Camberwell stretched from what is now Burgess Park in the north to what is now the Horniman Museum in the south, taking in the central Camberwell area around Camberwell Green, the eastern part of Herne Hill and East Dulwich.
In 1900 the original parish became the Metropolitan Borough of Camberwell.

London Borough of Southwark

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In 1965 the borough was abolished and its former area became part of the London Borough of Southwark in Greater London.
The London Borough of Southwark was formed in 1965 from the former area of the Metropolitan Borough of Southwark, the Metropolitan Borough of Camberwell, and the Metropolitan Borough of Bermondsey.

Metropolitan boroughs of the County of London

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Camberwell was a civil parish and metropolitan borough in south London, England.

Dulwich

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They were the Liberty of Peckham to the east, the Hamlet of Dulwich to the southwest and the central division of Camberwell proper.
The parish became the Metropolitan Borough of Camberwell within the County of London in 1889.

Peckham

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They were the Liberty of Peckham to the east, the Hamlet of Dulwich to the southwest and the central division of Camberwell proper. The liberty of Peckham stretched from north of Old Kent Road to Honor Oak, taking in Peckham and Nunhead.
Peckham was originally part of the parish of Camberwell in Surrey, which became the Metropolitan Borough of Camberwell within the County of London in 1889.

County of London

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The parish was included in the area of responsibility of the Metropolitan Board of Works in 1855 and became part of the County of London in 1889.

Herne Hill

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Camberwell stretched from what is now Burgess Park in the north to what is now the Horniman Museum in the south, taking in the central Camberwell area around Camberwell Green, the eastern part of Herne Hill and East Dulwich.
It was divided between the ancient parishes of Camberwell and Lambeth.

London Government Act 1899

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The parish of Camberwell became a metropolitan borough in 1900, following the London Government Act 1899, with the parish vestry replaced by a borough council.

East Dulwich

East Dulwich, London
Camberwell stretched from what is now Burgess Park in the north to what is now the Horniman Museum in the south, taking in the central Camberwell area around Camberwell Green, the eastern part of Herne Hill and East Dulwich.
It was originally part of the much larger, historic parish of Camberwell, which later became the Metropolitan Borough of Camberwell, and included Camberwell, Peckham, Dulwich, Nunhead, and other London districts.

Nunhead

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The liberty of Peckham stretched from north of Old Kent Road to Honor Oak, taking in Peckham and Nunhead.
Having formed part of the Camberwell parish, it became part of the Metropolitan Borough of Camberwell in 1900.

Honor Oak

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The liberty of Peckham stretched from north of Old Kent Road to Honor Oak, taking in Peckham and Nunhead.
This fell through, and later it was bought by Metropolitan Borough of Camberwell and made into a public open space by 1905.

Camberwell Green

Camberwell stretched from what is now Burgess Park in the north to what is now the Horniman Museum in the south, taking in the central Camberwell area around Camberwell Green, the eastern part of Herne Hill and East Dulwich.
The Green was ancient common land bought by Camberwell Parish Vestry in the late 19th century to protect it from development.

Camberwell North (UK Parliament constituency)

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Camberwell North was a borough constituency located in the Metropolitan Borough of Camberwell, in South London.

West Dulwich

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The hamlet of Dulwich stretched from Champion Hill in the north to what is now Crystal Palace in the south, taking in Dulwich Village, West Dulwich and Sydenham Hill.
1900 - Dulwich became part of the Metropolitan Borough of Camberwell.

Camberwell North West (UK Parliament constituency)

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Camberwell North West was a borough constituency located in the Metropolitan Borough of Camberwell, in South London.

London

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Camberwell was a civil parish and metropolitan borough in south London, England.

Civil parish

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Camberwell was an ancient parish in the county of Surrey, governed by an administrative vestry from 1674. Camberwell was a civil parish and metropolitan borough in south London, England.

Surrey

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Camberwell was an ancient parish in the county of Surrey, governed by an administrative vestry from 1674.

Vestry

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Camberwell was an ancient parish in the county of Surrey, governed by an administrative vestry from 1674.

Metropolitan Board of Works

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The parish was included in the area of responsibility of the Metropolitan Board of Works in 1855 and became part of the County of London in 1889.

Parish

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The original parish of Camberwell St Giles had three divisions.

Old Kent Road

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The liberty of Peckham stretched from north of Old Kent Road to Honor Oak, taking in Peckham and Nunhead.

Burgess Park

Camberwell stretched from what is now Burgess Park in the north to what is now the Horniman Museum in the south, taking in the central Camberwell area around Camberwell Green, the eastern part of Herne Hill and East Dulwich.

Horniman Museum

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Camberwell stretched from what is now Burgess Park in the north to what is now the Horniman Museum in the south, taking in the central Camberwell area around Camberwell Green, the eastern part of Herne Hill and East Dulwich.

Myatt's Fields Park

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It included a long protrusion in the west, surrounded by Lambeth, as far as what is now Myatt's Fields Park.