Princes' Progress: Evening Crawl of Kennington, Elephant & Castle, and Borough
Wednesday 22 August 2012.
A text version of the crawl notes is here: Crawl Notes - Kennington, Elephant & Castle and Borough
All welcome to join the crawl, whether a CAMRA member or not.
1. The Black Prince
Arrive: 7.00 PM
Address: The Black Prince, 6 Black Prince Rd, Kennington, SE11 6HS.
Real ales: Harveys Sussex Bitter and Sharps Doom Bar are usually available here.
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Directions to next pub: Turn left out of the pub and walk along Black Prince Road to the junction with Kennington Road. Turn right and walk to the pedestrian crossing. Cross over Kennington Road and Kennington Lane then walk down Cleaver Street to the junction with Cleaver Square. Turn left into Cleaver Square and walk to
2. The Prince of Wales
Arrive: 7.45 PM.
Address: The Prince of Wales, 48 Cleaver Square, Kennington, SE11 4EA.
Real ales: Shepherd Neame Kent’s Best, Spitfire and Whitstable Bay are usually available here.
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Directions to next pub: Turn left out of the pub and continue round Cleaver Square to the junction with Kennington Park Road. Turn left into Kennington Park Road and walk along it to
3. The Old Red Lion
Arrive: 2.45 PM.
Address: The Old Red Lion, 42-44 Kennington Park Road, Kennington, SE11 4RS.
Real ales: Four real ales from various breweries are usually served here.
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Directions to next pub: Turn left out of the pub and walk to the bus stop called Penton Place. Catch a 133, 333 or 415 bus to the stop called Newington Causeway, alight from the bus and turn right into London Road. Walk to the next pedestrian crossing, cross over London Road then turn right and continue along London Road to the junction with Garden Row. Turn left into Garden Row and cross over Garden Row to
4. The Albert Arms
Arrive: 8.15 PM.
Address: Albert Arms, 1 Gladstone Street, Elephant & Castle, SE1 6EY.
Real ales: Brakspear Bitter and Oxford Gold; Jennings Cumberland; and Sambrooks Wandle are usually served here.
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Directions to next pub: Retrace your steps to London Road, cross over London Road at the pedestrian crossing, turn right and walk along London Road to the bus stop called Elephant & Castle, London Road. Catch a 344 bus to the stop called Marshalsea Road, alight from the bus, turn right and continue along Southwark Bridge Road to the second pedestrian crossing. Cross over Southwark Bridge Road, turn right then left into Clennam Street and walk along Clennam Street to
5. The Lord Clyde
Arrive: 9.30 PM.
Address: The Lord Clyde, 27 Clennam Street, Borough, SE1 1ER.
Real ales: Adnams Southwold Bitter; Fullers London Pride; Hogsback TEA; Sharps Doom Bar; and Youngs Bitter are usually served here.
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The Regional Inventory descriptions in these notes are extracts from a book published in July 2008 by CAMRA called London Heritage Pubs: An Inside Story. Historic Pub Interiors in the Capital by Geoff Brandwood and Jane Jephcote. The book has descriptions and photographs of all 156 pubs currently on the London Regional Inventory.