The Dulwich branch has been in its current location for more than 20 years and has the advantage of being right next to North Dulwich station, in the station building, just a short walk from the centre of Dulwich Village.
From central London, the easiest way to reach our office is to take the train from London Bridge to North Dulwich which takes only approx 20 minutes. Alternatively, there is a train that goes from London Victoria taking approx 10 minutes to get to Herne Hill which is only a 10-minute walk away. The 37 bus comes from Putney, Clapham and Brixton and stops right outside our office and goes on to East Dulwich and Peckham Rye.
Coming by car is easy as most of the Dulwich area has free parking. There are parking restrictions around Herne Hill but only between 12.00 and 2.00 pm. Denmark Hill/Camberwell has parking restrictions but you can always find pay and display parking which also offers the pay by phone service.
Dulwich is a large area consisting mainly of Dulwich Village, East, West & North Dulwich. It is south of the City of London and famous for the Dulwich Picture Gallery and Dulwich Park which opened back in 1890. Additionally, there is the Dulwich Golf course and Dulwich and Sydenham Woods, which add to the appeal so that it feels almost as if you are outside London offering an escape from the hectic pace of central London, but still within half an hour’s journey of it.
Dulwich is a firm favourite with those looking to commute into central London daily with links to Victoria and London Bridge from its various rail stations. Gatwick and Heathrow airports are within driving distance, as are the major seaports located on the UK's south coast. Multiple London bus routes pass through Dulwich, particularly popular is the no 3 which has a night service and goes from Crystal Palace, through West Dulwich, Brixton and eventually to Oxford Circus. The London overground now reaches Dulwich’s surrounding areas such as Denmark Hill (where Kings Hospital is located), Peckham Rye, Honor Oak, Forest Hill, Sydenham and Crystal Palace.
It's a little known fact that Dulwich was one of the worst affected places in the UK during World War II when Hitler sent his unmanned explosive aircraft across the English Channel - the V1 and V2 rockets. Dulwich was badly hit by these terrible weapons, but there are theories that the British led a misinformation campaign throughout the war, skewing the coordinates of central Lon