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Situated in the borough of Croydon, in the Southeast of London, Norwood has become a popular commuter destination, with many people who live or base themselves here travelling to the City of London, the capitals major financial. The area has a long and interesting history, having been home to the creator of Sherlock Holmes, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, in years gone by. Prior to the First World War, D.H. Lawrence was a teacher in the area. These are just a couple of the many cultural and literary links that the area boasts. There are a number of attractions that can be enjoyed in the local vicinity including the Horniman Museum, the Horniman Aquarium and Dulwich Picture Gallery.
A variety of businesses can be found operating in Norwood. The types of businesses you will find occupying retail and office space here can vary depending on which part of Norwood you are in. You will find financial institutions, estate agents, recruitment agencies and surveyors as well as business professionals such as solicitors, accountants, and computer consultants. Begg Williamson & Co, TL First Accountants & Consultants, Chelepis Watson and Thornton Springer Financial Services LLP are examples of businesses that you can find in the Norwood area.
Entertainment And Dining Out
When it comes to entertainment, you can enjoy a variety of options in and around Norwood. For an evening of laughter, head to Banana Cabaret or for performances from world-leading superstars head to the fabulous O2 Academy. If you are looking to eat out, you can choose from a range of eateries to suit different tastes and preferences. For a wonderful taste of Thai cuisine, pay a visit to Mantanah or for warming British dishes try one of the variety of pubs in and around the area.
The area is well served by public transport, which has made it into a popular commuter destination. Norwood Junction and Selhurst railway stations provide easy transport links for commuters. There are also regular, reliable bus services and taxis.