Boiler Doctor 247 is Lewisham’s leading plumbing and heating company.
We offer a fast, affordable and reliable service covering all 21 areas and postcodes.
We have a great team of local gas-safe registered engineers ready to react to all your plumbing needs whether it be a boiler breakdown or emergency plumbing or just a leaking tap, we are here to help and one of our experts will be at your desired location within 2 hours.
From all the experience we’ve had so far, we can ensure you that fixing heating or plumbing issues can be done in a short period of time, as long as you give us a call so we can help.
In all of the cases, we try to repair or replace if necessary within the first 24 hours of the call.
This might be a bold statement or not, but we believe in our services and we know we are the best heating suppliers in London and a vast UK network which allows us to have the right connections.
We have a team of engineers with over 30 years of experience in the plumbing and heating industry and we really enjoy working in the Lewisham location.
Not only we have a lot of experience, our engineers also poses a NVQ level 3 qualification and they are thames water approved along with water regulations approved so you can be sure we can cover all your needs.
So why do we love working in Lewisham so much?
Lewisham is a beautiful place to live in, and around it, you can find plenty of things to visit.
Besides the attractions that you can find in Lewisham, there is an easy way to get in and out of Central London by train for even more attractions.
Horninam Museum is a British Museum in Forest Hill.
The Horminam Musem has a collection of over 300,000 objects related to anthropology, natural history and musical instruments.
This museum was opened in 1901 and it was designed by Charles Harrison Townsend.
One of the most exhibitions of this museum is the collection of stuffed animals.
On the first floor, you will find the Natural History Balcony.
Next on the ground floor it the main entrance where there is a cafe, a shop, the education centre, natural history gallery, and so much more.
The museum has an entire gallery dedicated to music which you can find on the lower ground floor.
There is also an aquarium on the basement floor.
The African Worlds Gallery, which is also on the lower ground, was the first permanent African gallery ever in the UK.
This is a place where you can find a little something for everyone.
Also, it is an excellent alternative to the Natural History Museum in case you want to avoid the multitude of people.
100 London Rd, London SE23 3PQ
Broadway Theatre, Catford
This theatre is found in London Borough of Lewisham and it was opened in 1932.
The schedule is very flexible when it comes to what are they showing, quite a mix.
Broadway Theatre hosts from theatre and music, stand up comedies, drama, children’s theatre, nostalgia shows, even a pantomime season.
The main auditorium of the theatre has an 800 seat and a smaller one, a studio theatre of 80 seats.
The Broadway’s Studio Theatre had a production in 2001 of one of Ben Elton’s play the Popcorn. Ben Elton is a British comedian, playwright, director, actor and author. The play was inspired by his novel of the same name.
At the Broadway Studio Theatre, you will be happy to know that have been numerous of production from professional actors and directors.
Catford Rd, London SE6 4RU
Hither Green Cemetery
Hither Green is part of the Lewisham Borough in North East.
The Hither Green Cemetery is a local value.
There is a War Memorial for all who died on duty during the World War II; it is just next to the Sandhurst Road School Memorial.
There is a large area dedicated to the 38 children and six teachers who died when Sandhurst Road School was bombed on Wednesday, 20 January 1943.
A German fighter-bomber dropped a single 500 kg bomb on the school.
Besides the ones who died there were another 60 injured people.
There are also military graves of 39 Commonwealth service personnel from World War I and 198 from World War II.
The Anglican Chapel in Hither Green Cemetery
London, Garden of Remembrance
Rivoli Ballroom was Originally the Crofton Park Picture Palace, which was opened in 1913.
After that, it became The Rivoli Cinema in 1929.
The Rivoli Ballroom it is opened since 1959.
The Rivoli Ballroom it is famous for the original decor that it has, being the only ballroom intact in London since 1950.
The Rivoli Ballroom plays host to music videos; one example may be Tina Turner’s Private Dance.
It also hosts TV Shows, like Strictly Come Dancing, occasional concerts, fashion shoots.
If you would like to dance in the famous Rivoli Ballroom, usually on the 3rth Saturday of the month, they have a Jive Party.
You will get a beginner’s Jive lesson and you will have the opportunity to listen to some live and great original R&B.
This is a fantastic venue, and it is impossible to regret the new experiences that you will make there.
350 Brockley Rd, London SE4 2BY
Lewisham Shopping Centre
An indoor mall situates in Lewisham town centre.
Are you looking for some shopping? This is the perfect place to visit.
From clothes to electronics, from homeware to gift shops, you can find whatever your heart is looking for.
And when you feel the need to have a little bit of rest between running through the stores you have a multiple choice of some excellent, great restaurants or coffee shops with excellent products.
The shopping centre is close to the train station and the central bus station.
Molesworth St, London SE13 7HB