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Welcome to Putney

Famous as the start of the annual University Boat Race, Putney is an affluent suburb in leafy South West London. Characterised by handsome architecture, a thriving shopping centre and with plenty of parks it manages to retain a small town feel and charm of its own.
Tony Kane (Time & Leisure, Feb. 2010) -- Originally compiled by Scott MacRobert in 1971, Putney and Roehampton: A Brief History has just been published in a new edition.

Wandsworth Park

Wandsworth Park is a Grade II listed urban park in the Putney district of London, England. The park is situated along the south bank of the River Thames and bordered to the south by Putney Bridge Road. To the west it backs on to offices on Deodar Road, Putney. At the other end there is a large complex of flats. On the opposite side of the river is the Hurlingham Club. The park is 8 hectares in size and is home to over 350 trees of many different species. Putney Sculpture Trail is in the park.
Putney has a rich and varied heritage extending from settlements in Neolithic and pre-roman times to the present day. Its location, close to the heart of London and next to the River Thames, makes it an ideal location for both commercial and cultural/leisure activity.
Putney Bridge crosses the Thames between Fulham on the north bank and Putney on the south bank. Today’s bridge replaced the old wooden bridge known as Fulham Bridge which was opened in 1729. This had been the first bridge constructed across the tidal Thames in London since the 13th century Old London Bridge. At the time it was the only bridge between London Bridge and Kingston where a bridge had existed from medieval times.

Putney Library

Putney Library has free internet access, wifi, adult and children’s sections, study rooms, CD's and DVD's. There is also a hall for hire.

Putney Bridge

Fulham on the left bank, north east, and Putney on the right bank, south west. (Occasionally referred to as Fulham Bridge)

The Half Moon

The Half Moon is a public house and music venue at 93 Lower Richmond Rd, Putney, London SW15 1EU, offering both lunchtime and evening performances. After being threatened with closure in 2009, the campaign to save it attracted many high profile supporters keen to save it closing like The Marquee, Eel Pie Island Hotel and Crawdaddy. In December 2009, it was announced that it was to remain a live music venue.

Putney Arts Theatre

Early Days
In 1959 Maurice Copus, a teacher at Southfields School, who recognised that a number of his enthusiastic pupils needed a local theatre group, founded an after-school theatre club. Early venues included Battersea Town Hall, now Battersea Arts Centre.

St. Mary's Church

St. Mary's Church (in full, the Church of St. Mary the Virgin), Putney, is an Anglican church in Putney, London sited next to the River Thames, beside the southern approach to Putney Bridge. There has been a centre of Christian worship on this site from at least the 13th century, and the church is still very active today. It is also noteworthy because in 1647, during the English Civil War, the church was the site of the Putney Debates on the English constitution.
Mid-18th century cemetery with a small mortuary building. Cemetery has four listed tombs, two of which are for people of local importance; Harriet Thomson, an 18th century novelist and Robert Henry Wood, an 18th century traveller and author. Also tombs to Joseph Lucas and Stratford Canning.

Putney High School

Putney High School has been at the forefront of educating girls for more than a century. As we continue to innovate and prepare young women for the challenges of today, we do so with a proud tradition of nurturing talent and bringing out the best in girls.