The Clapton district is in the E5 postcode area of east London, falling within the London borough of Hackney. Made up of Upper Clapton and Lower Clapton, the area is a busy and bustling one that has its own unique character and a real East End charm. Clapton and the surrounding areas boast rich history - Clapton was actually known as Clopton from the mid-1300s until the 18th century. There is a waterfront area in Upper Clapton, Springfield Park, which offers a range of sporting and recreational facilities.
A number of businesses have serviced offices in Clapton, although the types of businesses can vary depending on the part of Clapton they are in. For example, Clapton Common has a diverse range of companies and professionals including lettings agents, property developers, estate management companies, financial providers and investment firms, which sit alongside grocers, bakeries, dry cleaners, and fast food establishments. London Foam, Boogles Ltd Bookkeepers, Crunch accounting London and Anybuild are examples of businesses that can be found in Clapton.
Entertainment And Dining Out
You can enjoy local entertainment in Clapton such as local pubs and bars but a short distance away you can access even more entertainment, such as live music venues and theatres. When it comes to eating out, you will be able to try out the local casual dining establishments as well as pub grub at local pubs. Just a few miles out of Clapton you will be able to enjoy access to a wide variety of restaurants offering both British and international cuisine.
Clapton offers access to the nearest tube stations by bus, which will take you to Manor House, Seven Sisters or Tottenham Hale stations. You can also access several railway stations, the nearest being Clapton railway station and Saint James’s Street station is also close. Access to buses and taxis in the area is convenient and easy.