Unveiling Another Clapham Society Green Plaque


Oddfellows Hall


The next Clapham Society Green Plaque will be unveiled on the Oddfellows Hall in Belmont Close.
This will be the 7th Green Plaque marking a notable local building which has changed its use since it was built.

About the Building

The hall was built in 1852 as a Chapel for the Ebenezer Strict Baptists. In 1908 it was purchased by the Pride of Clapham Lodge of the Independent Order of Oddfellows, a charitable society which still owns it and holds its meetings there.

Part of the building is now the home of the Shambhala Meditation Centre.

When and Where

The Unveiling will take place on Thursday 16 April at 7.30 pm at the Oddfellows Hall in Belmont Close, Clapham.
The plaque will be unveiled by Edmund Bird, Heritage Advisor to the Mayor of London.
After the ceremony the Trustees of the Oddfellows have kindly invited members in to the hall for refreshments and to see some of their archive material.

Do Come Along

All are welcome, so please come along and take advantage of the opportunity to see inside this local treasure!