Peckham is a district of south-east London, England, in the south-east of Charing Cross. As part 2001 Census, the Peckham ward of the London Borough of Southward had a population of 14,720; half of them are Black/African/Caribbean/Black British. Peckham is a very diversifying district of the UK. Peckham has initially been part of the parish of Camberwell, Dulwich, Nunhead, and other London districts.
Peckham covers a large area of South London and includes many diverse communities. The Black British community forms a significant part of the population of the city. Traditional London working class community also coexists with these communities. These communities have been a constant renewal of some of the regions to the south of Peckham. The main shopping street of Peckham is Rye Lane, near to Peckham Rye Park.
London Central currently operates Peckham bus service. Bus garage is situated in Blackpool Road. Nearest railway stations of Peckham are Peckham Rye railway station, Queens Road Peckham railway station & Nunhead railway station.
Peckham has a lot to offer from nice Thai street food to bargain cinema. There are plenty of places to dine a nice cuisine and drink. Places like No 67, Peckham Refreshment Rooms, Begging Bowl, Peckham Bazaar are few nice but must go places.