Clapham Common Bandstand

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The Bandstand was built in 1890, a copy of the two erected in 1861 in the Royal Horticultural Society’s gardens in South Kensington. It proved a great attraction with concerts on Wednesday afternoons and on Sundays. It was in regular use until well after WWII, but during the 1960s it gradually fell out of use. In 2003 the Friends of Clapham Common and the Clapham Society persuaded Lambeth Council to participate in a major restoration project. The bandstand reopened in 2006.

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