“Ladywell is one of Lewisham’s best kept secrets, with a rich history dating back to when it was one of the first settlements in London due to the presence of natural springs. The historic heart of Lewisham was later established in the 7th century, when Leo of the Lute burnt his boat and settled here. In the 15th century the area was named Ladywell, but it was mostly agricultural land. Then in the 18th century a village started to form, made up of poor parishioners and squatters trying to carve out a life in a difficult era. Now Ladywell attracts people and families from all over, as this beautiful part of London is gifted with Ladywell Fields and Hilly Fields, providing some of the city’s best views and a beautiful wetland area full of wildlife and greenery.”
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