Sidcup originated as a tiny hamlet on the road from London to Maidstone. According to Edward Hasted, "Thomas de Sedcopp was owner of this estate in the 35th year of king Henry VI. [i.e. in the 1450s] as appears by his deed." Hasted described Sidcup in the latter part of the 18th century as "a small street of houses, among which is an inn of much resort", referring to the former Black Horse pub on the high street.
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Bus numbers 51, 233, 321, 492, B14 and R11 buses stop along the High Street. The nearest railway station is Sidcup which is about 15 minutes walk away. There is some on-street parking with time restrictions and also a pay and display car park near Morrisons.
A resident's look at his London borough town, Sidcup just on Kent borders.
Primary schools in Sidcup include: Birkbeck, Burnt Oak Junior School, Chatsworth, Days Lane, Holy Trinity Lamorbey, Longlands, Orchard School, Our Lady of the Rosary, Royal Park, Sherwood Park, and St Peter Chanel.
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Sidcup High Street is on the A211, following in length the old London - Maidstone - Hythe road. The A211 starts just after Eltham High Street, in the middle running along the A20 Sidcup By-pass before ending at Foots Cray, where the B2173 continues along the former A20 road. The A211 connects the two main roads in this district; Station Road and Main Road.
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Sidcup Library is a busy local library in Hadlow Road close to Sidcup High Street. It has been recently refurbished (Feb 2015) and now provides many new facilities within a modern, bright and welcoming library. These include a large fun children's area, a separate IT suite for quiet computer use, an enlarged meeting room available for hire, designated study areas and comfortable seating with TV.
The Black Horse is now used for adult education.
Live music venues include the Charcoal Burner and The Iron Horse public houses, although the larger premises at the Beaverwood Club, Chislehurst, draw a significant audience from this area. The library in Hadlow Road has been improved with a distinct area for computer use and a customer toilet. A Premier Inn hotel opened near the station early in 2016.
Located in the heart of Sidcup we are a modern facility offering a 25m swimming pool, 90 station gym, sports hall, crèche, and a friendly onsite café. If you have any questions or need more information please don't hesitate to get in touch. We look forward to welcoming you to Sidcup!
The name of the earliest owner is not yet known but in 1780 the property was owned by Stephen Remnant and was occupied by Tyron Cotton. After that, the list of owners and occupiers is virtually complete.
A number of manor houses, converted to other uses, remain. They include Frognal House, the birthplace and residence of Thomas Townshend, 1st Viscount Sydney, after whom Sydney, Australia was named (now converted for use as residential and nursing accommodation), Lamorbey House (now used by Rose Bruford College), Sidcup Place (now a Brewers Fayre bar and restaurant) and "The Hollies" (now converted for residential use).
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Sidcup is a suburban district of south-east London, England, in the London Borough of Bexley, and a small part of the Royal Borough of Greenwich. Located 11.3 miles (18.2 km) south east of Charing Cross, it borders the London Boroughs of Bromley and Greenwich.
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It is believed that an "officer of engineers" built the first part in the shape of a 'star fort with angle bastions' and parts of 3 of these bastions - less than eight feet wide - may still be seen (one of them is still complete). Their position is responsible for the peculiar shape of the older (south-west) part of the house, both inside and outside.
Sidcup is served by Transport for London bus routes 51, 160, 229, 233, 269, 286, 321, 492, B14 and R11. 
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Sidcup Place does not seem to have received its present name until 1844 but tradition says that it was built in 1743 and this is probably correct.
The name is thought to be derived from Cetecopp meaning "seat shaped or flat topped hill"; it had its earliest recorded use in 1254.
Bird College, Christ the King: St Mary's (RC) Sixth Form College, and Rose Bruford College all have sites in Sidcup.
Most of the district is within the London Borough of Bexley, however several parts in the North are under the governance of the Royal Borough of Greenwich, including Southspring, Greenhithe Close, Halfway Street (offsite Avery Hill), Radfield Way, Croyde Close and Overmead.
East Rochester Way on the A2 road runs partly through the district, adjoining Blackfen Road. The road provides useful links to the Blackwall Tunnel and Kent.
Provision for cyclists is generally poor within the district.
The Sidcup and District Motor Cycle Club was formed at the Station Hotel, Sidcup in 1928. The Club owns the international motor cycle sport venue 'Canada Heights' in Button Street, Swanley, Kent and runs Motocross, Enduro, Hare and Hounds, Trials, Long Distance Trials throughout each year.
The town contains Queen Mary's Hospital, a large Leisure Centre, four colleges and three secondary schools. Sidcup High Street is the local High Street, while there are some shops and local businesses on the adjacent Station Road. Sidcup High Street was recently the subject of a £1.8 million regeneration scheme In Store For Sidcup paid for by London Borough of Bexley.
Sidcup has a mixture of large Victorian and Edwardian properties alongside typical 1930s suburbia. It retains many parks and open spaces hinting at the great estates and large homes which once stood in the area.
Sidcup has a Non-League football club Seven Acre & Sidcup F.C. who play at Sidcup & District Conservative Club. On Sydney Road, there is a Sidcup Sports Club, housing the local rugby and cricket clubs.
Secondary schools in Sidcup include Chislehurst and Sidcup Grammar School, Blackfen, Cleeve Park, Hurstmere and Kemnal Technology College.