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Living in Denmark Hill
Denmark Hill is an area in the London Borough of Southwark and covers the postcode district of SE5. Part of the Thames valley plain, the area is surrounded by streets that reflect the same topological feature such as Champion Hill,Dog Kennel Hill and Red Post Hill. Formerly known as Dulwich Hill, the area was renamed in honour of the husband of Queen Anne, Prince George of Denmark, who lived there. Denmark Hill railway station has services running to London Blackfriars and London Victoria as well as in direction of Dartford and Sevenoaks. The London Overground also connects this area to Clapham Junction and Highbury and Islington. The area has easy access to a number of good schools (Dog Kennel Hill Primary and Sacred Heart RC Secondary) and hospitals (The Maudsley Children’s Hospital, King’s College Hospital and Institute of Psychiatry) based in the region. The Camberwell Arts College is the centre of the arts scene in the region and is responsible for hosting the annual arts festival. In spite of the mixed social and ethical population in the region, the area also has a touch of high life in the number of posh bars, high-end shops and restaurants that have sprouted in the area recently. With lots of green space dispersed between the residential estates, Denmark Hill provides affordable suburban living with easy access to the main city.