Cambridge Heath is an area in East London and is located in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets. Surrounding a cursive script of railway arches and nearly touching the hem of Victoria Park.[1]


History[edit | edit source]

Cambridge Heath was common pasture in 1275 and adjoined London Fields.[2]

Marco Canha and James Roach, established an academy in 2012 called the Fight Zone and it has the busiest martial arts schedule in Europe and internationally acclaimed coaches.[3]

In 2015, Tower Hamlets Council took the owners of Al Amin Tandoori Restaurant to court after a routine inspection, which found mouse droppings throughout the kitchen. The owner Abdul Noor, pleaded guilty at Thames Magistrates Court to six charges including inadequate control of pests, contamination of equipment and contamination of food.[4]

The Hare was decried as the epitome of a ‘good, honest pub’ by the Evening Standard and was listed as one of the 50 best pubs in London in recent times.[5]

Festivals and events[edit | edit source]

The Oval Space hosted the London's first catfest in 2018. This featured photography with felines; street food and shelter kittens.[6]

Transport[edit | edit source]

London Overground; Cambridge Heath Station, opened on 27 May 1872 in the southern end of the neighbourhood, is served by Overground Enfield Town/Cheshunt-London Liverpool Street Line.[7]

London Buses routes 26, 55, 106, 245, D6 all run in Cambridge Heath.

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