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Norwood Grove amphitheatre – a natural viewpoint

The amphitheatre, set into the slopes of Streatham Common, is a great place to sit and gaze over the towers of Croydon towards the North Downs.

Felbridge Close – a glorious, hidden view

Along a private road behind a block of flats, the land drops away to reveal South West London all the way to the Surrey Hills, spread out before you.

Vauxhall Timbers

At low tide, timbers have been discovered in the Thames mud south of Vauxhall bridge that represent the earliest evidence of settlement in London – from the Mesolithic era, 6,000 and more years ago.

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Before Cards of Humanity: Games for Medieval Women

It’s winter in Suffolk, and you and your friends are bored of sewing. What next? Why, a round of ‘Have Your Desire’, of course! In this quick fire dice game, you roll to reveal your fortune. Spoiler alert: you’re probably going to have sex.

Further Reading:
Nicola McDonald, ‘Fragments of Have Your Desire: Brome Women at Play’, Medieval Domesticity, ed. Kowaleski & Goldberg (Cambridge, 2008)