Mama Pho isn't on the high street, but quite a long walk away down Evelyn Street towards Surrey Quays. Viet Rest is great though and worth eating in to enjoy its incredible murals.

Raw, artistic and resisting gentrification, SE8 boasts the nightlife, creative scene and new businesses that E8 lost in the Noughties. Morwenna Ferrier explores London’s hippest postcode

There is also St. Luke's, another historic circular church, dating from 1870. It is the daughter church of the parish of St Nicholas'.

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For elections to Parliament, the borough was represented by one constituency:

The area has several pubs, including the Dog & Bell which has a reputation for serving a range of cask ales;[71][72] and The Bird's Nest which has live music, film and art performances from local bands and artists.[73][74] The Town Hall of the former Metropolitan Borough of Deptford, built in 1905 with decorative sculpture by Henry Poole RA,[75] lies just outside Deptford, on the New Cross Road in New Cross. It was purchased by Goldsmiths College in 2000.[76]

But perhaps Deptford’s most telling nightlife trend is the renewed interest in snooker clubs. Over at Shades, the most popular spot on the high street, I learn from the Eastern European manager that ‘young women, cool women’ are signing up for membership. Snooker clubs might sound a little seedy but the same thing happened in Dalston to clubs such as Efes, which were a hangout for Florence Welch and the cool kids before Dalston was invaded by City boys.

The growth of the London conurbation had reached Deptford by the end of the eighteenth century but it had been a large industrial town well before this time: the Royal Docks and the Victualling Yard, which provisioned the Navy, and the various private dockyards, meant it was a prosperous and cosmopolitan town.

They will occupy 14 arches underneath London’s oldest surviving railway structure, the restored Grade II-listed Carriage Ramp once used to lift train carriages up to the level of the platform.

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Their contemporaries include Luke Overin, a photographer who takes evocative shots of Deptford; Sarah Windle, a nail artist who works with Wah Nails; and graphic illustrator Matt Manson.

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Above the shield was a mural crown, representing municipal government. On either side was an heraldic dolphin entwining a trident.

Deptford Market, a street market in Deptford High Street sells a range of goods, and is considered one of London's liveliest street markets.[60] In February 2005, the High Street was described as "the capital's most diverse and vibrant high street" by Yellow Pages business directory, using a unique mathematical formula.[61]

The two main road routes through Deptford are the A200 which runs along Evelyn Street and Creek Road,[88] and the A2 which runs along New Cross Road.[89] The A20 marks the southern boundary of the area, along Lewisham Way and Loampit Vale.[90]

The borough did not have an officially granted coat of arms, instead using a device of their own design.

From the mid-16th to the late 19th century, Deptford was home to Deptford Dockyard, the first Royal Navy Dockyard. The area declined as the Royal Navy moved out and commercial docks shut; the last dock, Convoys Wharf, closed in 2000.

Situated just off Deptford High Street, the Lounge is part of an innovative development sharing facilities with primary school Tidemill Academy, and including Resolution Studios, a development of apartments and studios.

Historically a part of Kent, Deptford became a Metropolitan Borough in 1900. This became part of Inner London in 1965, within the newly created county of Greater London.[1]

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Other notable shipyards in Deptford were, Charles Lungley's and the General Steam Navigation Company's yards at Deptford Green and Dudman's Dock, also sometimes referred to as Deadmans Dock at Deptford Wharf.

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There will also be homewares store Win + Ruby, hand-printed clothing start-up Plain Bear, African-inspired fashion designer Gita’s Portal and “illustrated clothing” entrepreneur Jessica Childs, founder of Childsdraw.

Under the Metropolis Management Act 1855 any parish that exceeded 2,000 ratepayers was to be divided into wards; as such the parish of St Paul Deptford was divided into four wards (electing vestrymen): No. 1 or North (15), No. 2 or South (21), No. 3 or East (18) and No. 4 or West (18).[4]

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And if you veer off the highstreet for 1 minute you can discover the Old Tidemill Wildlife Garden. A community run greenspace open every saturday and various evenings, free and accessible to all. https://www.facebook.com/oldtidemillgarden/?fref=tsReginald Road, SE8 4RS

Don’t miss the flea market. It’s best on Saturday when it has mountains of old clothes, bric-à-brac and furniture. At packing-up time, traders ritually smash stuff they can’t be arsed to take home.

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A skateboard (at Curve). A house-clearance vase sold to you by a former gangster associate of the Krays (at DAGE). Some fresh coley (at Codfather’s). A ‘Give Us Back Our Bloomin’ Anchor’ tattoo (at Kids Love Ink). Some art (at Bearspace). Some more art (at Enclave). Some vintagewear (at Rag ’n’ Bone).

It also offers a programme of creative events, in partnership with the Albany, South East London’s leading arts centre situated a two minute walk from Deptford Lounge in Douglas Way. With a focus on community led partnerships and local enterprise through learning and participation, this unique partnership will bring to the area an engaging blend of performance and creativity through an imaginative use of space.

Much of the area along Creek Road, close to Greenwich, has also been redeveloped, with the demolition of the old Deptford Power Station and Rose Bruford College buildings. Aragon Tower on the Pepys Estate was sold by Lewisham Borough to fund regeneration plans for the estate; the award winning refurbishment into privately owned accommodation was featured in the BBC1 documentary, "The Tower".[58][59]

From 1932 until 2008 the site was owned by News International, which used it to import newsprint and other paper products from Finland until early 2000. It is now owned by Hutchison Whampoa Limited and is subject to a planning application to convert it into residential units,[116] though it has safeguarded wharf status.[117]

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The tenants of Deptford Market Yard include a new outpost of the Little Nan’s retro “cocktails in teapots” bar, the Lomond Coffee café, street food specialists Mama’s Jerk and Frankie Goes to Bollywood as well as The Cheese Bar, which sells British cheese sandwiches and craft beer.  

Deptford Town Hall was built between 1903 and 1905 on New Cross Road. The building is in a grand baroque style, featuring carvings of tritons and admirals to emphasise Deptford's maritime heritage. It is now used by Goldsmiths College.

Jessica Childs of Childsdraw said: “As a local person I’m psyched to see a fresh new space for Deptford residents and visitors.”

The metropolitan borough was divided into six wards for elections: East, North West, North, South East, South West and South.[5][6]