I go for a walk every lunchtime when I am at work, and the area where the school is just keeps on giving. Yesterday I found this beautiful church, and a lovely little park in the square behind it, with wooden animals, and a stomping seagull. (See the end)
A 1681 map of Walworth made for Dean and Chapter of Canterbury Cathedral shows a wider common called "Lattam-more" (or Lower Moor); Lorrimore is a corruption of Lower Moor."
What a handsome noble face this lion has.
I particularly like the fox on the gate.
I hadn't seen this Catholic church before either.
Though I did see this mural the other day which is on the side of a community centre.
And here is the stomping seagull. I think it is trying to draw worms from underground. There is a big baby seagull there too making that mewling type noise. Baby seagulls are huge but incredibly helpless!