Honor Oak Park
The area is split between Crofton Park and Telegraph Hill wards.
- Your Crofton Park councillors
- Your Telegraph Hill councillors
- Crofton Park local assembly
- Telegraph Hill local assembly
- Crofton Park and Honor Oak Park neighbourhood forum and area
Leisure and arts
Parks and open spaces
- Honor Oak Youth Club
- Hatcham Oak Children's Centre
- Beecroft Garden Children's Centre
- Kilmorie Children's Centre
- Honor Oak Park – London Bridge, Victoria, Caterham and East London Line
Walking and cycling
On May Day in 1602, Elizabeth 1 picnicked with Sir Richard Bulkeley of Beaumaris besides an oak tree at the summit of One Tree Hill. The tree became known as the Oak of Honor. At the top is a successor to the historic oak, planted in 1905.
There is also a gun emplacement from the First World War. A beacon (and a telegraph) were used here by the East India Company and during the Napoleonic Wars.