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Welcome to Southend

Southend is a small, residential area in the borough of Lewisham, south London, close to the borough's border with Bromley. With a long history as a rural village, it remained a largely undeveloped area of Kent until the period following World War One. Though mainly suburban today, it has a scattering of retail stores, pubs, and restaurants.

Discover a love for Lewisham

Lewisham is considered to be one of London's many up-and-coming areas, with many quaint residential streets, and a small, but active, arts culture, kept alive by societies for alternative cinema, life drawing, and other creative pursuits, and institutions such as the Lewisham Arthouse and the Goldsmiths student body.

Find a rural treasure at Brockley Market

Brockley Market is a historical and cultural staple of Lewisham. This award-winning street and farmers' market attracts people from all over London and beyond, selling produce and rural curiosities to suit every kind of shopper. From fresh, organic fruit and vegetables to local street food legends like Van Dough's woodfired pizza, you're sure to find something to your tastes.

Planning a trip to Southend? Travelodge London Bromley Hotel is 10 minutes away via public transport, and Travelodge London Crystal Palace Hotel can be reached in half an hour.