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Beer gardens in Peckham: Bussey Beer Garden by The London Beer Factory

THE LONDON BEER FACTORY LAUNCHES ROOFTOP BEER GARDEN IN PECKHAM

The London Beer Factory is launching its very own pop-up bar called the Bussey Beer Garden atop Peckham’s famous Bussey Building

MOVE OVER PROSECCO: COULD SAKE BE LONDON’S NEXT BIG THING?

Sake is having a moment. Lucy Holmes, co-founder of the UK’s first sake brewery, Kanpai London, based in Peckham, talks The Resident through the growing trend and offers a beginners guide to Japan’s most popular drink…

THE PECKHAM BREWERY BRINGING MEAD INTO THE MAINSTREAM

Known also as honey wine, mead is experiencing a revival with the help of London’s one and only ‘meadery’. Although it may sound like a relic of the past, entrepreneur Tom Gosnell of Gosnells London Mead in Peckham is bringing mead into the 21st century…

Ad Feature THE FRENCH POLISHERS MAKING LONDON’S ORIGINAL FEATURES FIT FOR ROYALTY

Original features are a big hit with homeowners, not to mention home buyers, but often that beloved 50s parquet flooring or Regency-style dining table has seen better days. And who to trust with restoring these original features back to their former glory? A specialist with a Royal Warrant, of course…

22 of the best vegetarian restaurants in London

30 OF LONDON’S BEST VEGETARIAN RESTAURANTS

Celebrate National Vegetarian Week at one of London’s best vegan and vegetarian restaurants in north, west, south east and south west London

Peckham Rye Music Festival

THE PECKHAM RYE MUSIC FESTIVAL FOUNDER ON SE15’S CREATIVE VIBE

As the Peckham Rye Music Festival returns for a second year, The Resident talks to founder Glenn Middleditch about why Peckham is such fertile ground for music and creativity right now

Blake Harrison photographed at John the Unicorn in Peckham

BLAKE HARRISON ON PRIME SUSPECT 1973 & GROWING UP IN PECKHAM

Peckham-born actor and Inbetweeners’ star Blake Harrison talks us through his new role in Prime Suspect 1973 during a cover shoot for Living South Resident at John the Unicorn on Rye Lane

Where to go in London after midnight. Bars, restaurants and clubs that are open late

LONDON’S BEST LATE-NIGHT CLUBS, BARS & RESTAURANTS

New York might be the city that never sleeps, but late-night London is pretty bustling too – especially since the launch of the Night Tube. The capital’s gyms, restaurants and salons are now open 24-hours, so night owls can rejoice in London’s many late night goings-on…

14 OF THE FINEST WEDDING VENUES IN SOUTH LONDON

South London is home to a number of iconic (and lesser known) wedding venues. From the magnificent Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich to an urban, industrial warehouse in Brixton, we’ve found the perfect location for your special day…

Where to watch the 6 Nations Rugby

WHERE TO WATCH THE SIX NATIONS IN LONDON

The first England match in the RBS 6 Nations rugby tournament 2016 is England v Scotland on Saturday 6 February, kicking off at 16.50. France v Italy is the first game of the tournament, kicking off shortly before that. Here’s where to watch the 6 Nations in London

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