House clearance Deptford SE14 and SE8
Few little facts about Deptford
Deptford is an area of Southbank of River Thames in South East London. The name Deptford meaning 'deep ford' is derived from the place where the road from London to Dover, the ancient Walting Street cross the river Ravensbourne at the site of what is now Deptford Bridge.
From the mi 16th century to the late 19th it was home to Deptford Dockyard, the first of The Royal Dockyards.
Deptford railway station is one of the oldest stations in the world built in c1836-38.
Christopher Morlowe, who was an English dramatist, poet and translator of the Elizabethan era was killed during alleged drunken brawl in Eleanor Bull's House in Deptford Strand. Notable residents include Danny Baker (DJ and Journalist), Ted Milton and Vic Reeves.