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The Mayflower

mayflower USA John Beauchamp and James Sherley

Many of the merchants who moved to Clapham in the early 1630s had strong connections to North America and two of them, John Beauchamp and James Sherley were two of the original financiers of the Mayflower

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John O’Farrell – May Contain Nuts

john o'farrell may contain nuts

‘May Contain Nuts’ is a funny, sometimes laugh-out-loud funny book. It starts out as a […]

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Julie Myerson – Home

julie myerson home

In Home, the novelist Julie Myerson breaks new ground by writing the story of the Victorian […]

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25% off food & drink at The Falcon

The guest is entitled to 25% off food and drink, when food is purchased as […]

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Updated: Business Rates Revaluation

Business rates revaluation

Due to pressure from a London-wide lobby, the UK government announced that they will revise down their arranged increase in business rates.

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The African Academy

African Academy Clapham

The African Academy was originally located at no. 8 Rectory Grove. The pupils, all boys aged 10-17 from Sierra Leone, were educated here between 1799-1805.

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£50 off your First SeeLocal campaign

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Clapham BID members are offered an exclusive opportunity to experience the value of partnering with […]

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20% off at tsunami

tsunami

20% off food bill everyday before 7pm on presentation of the guide. One offer can […]

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25% off Perkinator for BID members

25% off secure mobile phone chargers for businesses.

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Wednesdays are date night at 22 North Street!

Tuck in!

Book a table with us on a Wednesday evening mentioning our date night offer and […]

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Natsume Sōseki

Natsume Sōseki was a Japanese novelist. He is best known for his novels Kokoro, Botchan and I Am a […]

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