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The Dyce Drinking Fountain, Streatham Green

The Dyce Drinking Fountain, Streatham Green, Streatham, London SW16 3HE View on map

Grade II listed structure located on Streatham Green. It was designed by William Dyce R.A. (1806 - 1864). The fountain was erected in 1862 as a tribute by the local parish to Dyce, who was Churchwarden of nearby St. Leonards Church from 1862 to 1864. Constructed in alternating bands of Portland stone and a marble basin. It was fully restored in 2015 with the assistance of a Historic England grant.

Contact

Opening Arrangements

Access is available at any reasonable time.

Directions

Located within Streatham Green which is at the junction of Mitcham Lane and Streatham High Road. Rail: Streatham (300 metres) Bus: routes 109, 118, 133, 159, 249 and 250.

Parking Spaces

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There is no parking on or around Streatham Green, but there are designated disabled parking spaces on nearby roads.

Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: Yes
  • Disabled Toilets: No
  • Assistance dogs: Yes