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Things to do in Cudham, Greater London


Cudham is a small village on the North Downs, now part of Bromley on its boundary with Surrey. It has an old church of St. Peter and St. Paul with original parish registers going back to 1653.

The village pub is the Blacksmith's Arms, which is also the birthplace of Cudham's most famous son, Harry Relph (1867-1928) who was a star of the music halls under the name of Little Tich. He starred in London and New York, and often travelled to Paris to appear at the Alhambra, the Olympia and the Folies Bergere.

Cudham is a tranquil place, and a good starting point for walks in the quiet countryside around it.

Description by Jeffrey Darlington

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