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Birthplace of:
John McCarthy Dame Cicely Saunders Phil Tufnell Carl Hester
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Folk Customs:
April Fools Day
Baddeley Cake
Beating the Tower Boundaries
Blessing of the Throats
Bonfire Night
Changing of the Quill
Doggett's Coat and Badge Race
Footbridge Rent of one Red Rose
Hot Cross Buns for the Widow’s son
Mass for the executed Charles I
Quit Rents Ceremony
Vintners' Company Procession

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Heatherbank Guest House
"Good Points: 2 decent size electric fans in the room. Good breakfast. Bad Points: Bed was small. No towel holder in the bathroom. General review: It was ok, nothing to ..." More

Heatherbank Guest House
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Barnet is a Borough of North London in an elevated position, bordering Hertfordshire and is served by the Northern and Piccadilly Lines of the tube network, as well as having the M1 & other major A-roads running through it. There are many places to stay within the Borough, to suit all budgets and various collections of small shops, cafes, bars, etc. This highly accessible Borough is within easy reach of countryside too, although there is the Welsh Reservoir, nature reserves and 2 main parks - Ravenscroft Local Park and Barnet Recreational Park. There are also a selection of golf courses in the area. The Brent Cross Shopping Centre was the first of it’s kind in the UK in 1976 and was named after the River Brent, which runs through the site. The centre has Fenwicks, John Lewis’, H&M and Boots amongst other big names. And its car park was used in the filming of the James Bond film, “Tomorrow Never Dies”! High Barnet is home to the Odeon cinema, the Barnet Museum (opened in 1938) and the traditional Barnet Fair. The Fair dates back to 1588 when Queen Elizabeth I granted a charter giving Barnet the right to hold a twice yearly fair. There is also East Barnet Festival of arts, music and sports for 2 days in late June.

Attraction

Barnet Museum
Museum of Domestic Design and Architecture

Budget

Travelodge London Whetstone *book online*

Golf Club

Arkley
Dyrham Park Country Club
Old Fold Manor

Pub and Bar

Kings Head
Lord Kitchener
Sebright Arms

School

Church Hill
Foulds School
Grasvenor Avenue Infant School
Monken Hadley CE School
St Catherine’s Catholic School

Taxi

Airport Cars
Ballot Licence Taxis
Black & Silver
Cockfosters Car Service
Metro Radio Cars
Network Cars

Sports Clubs

Barnet LTC (Tennis)
Finchley and District Amateur Boxing Club (Boxing)

Shops

Boots
Rymans
Cottage Garden Nursery
Mays Pet Shop
Prima Pharmacy
Barnet Opticians
Wanders
Regal Shoes
Holland and Barratt
The Pudding Club
Hob Salon
People Portraits

Activities

London St Christopher's CC(Cycling)

Places to Stay near Barnet

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Savoro Restaurant with Rooms (0.57 miles)

Savoro Restaurant with Rooms

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Savoro Restaurant with Rooms offers 9 en-suite rooms decorated in contemporary taupes, browns and creams. Four luxury roomsboast walnut floors, modern four-poster beds, and LCD televisions - the perfect place ... More

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Travelodge London Whetstone (1.69 miles)

Travelodge London Whetstone
Travelodge London Whetstone Hotel is well located just 0.3 miles from Whetstone underground station, and less than 20 miles from London City Airport, and London Heathrow Airport is 22 miles away. Attractions and popular sights ... More | visit website
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Travelodge Borehamwood (2.14 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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Innkeepers Lodge (2.48 miles)

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Ibis Hotel London Elstree-Borehamwood (2.61 miles)

Ibis Hotel London Elstree-Borehamwood

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Ibis Hotel London Elstree Borehamwood is just minutes from Borehamwood centre & station, next to Elstree Studios & BBC Elstree Centre. Easy to access from the M25 via J23 and ... More

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West Lodge Park (2.61 miles)

West Lodge Park

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West Lodge Park is a charming, country hotel retreat set in 35 acres of tranquil parkland just 12 miles from Central London and a mile from J24 of the M25. The family-run ... More

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Heatherbank Guest House (2.61 miles)

Heatherbank Guest House

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Offering interesting rates for a short or long stay, this guest house is ideally located close to major attractions, and only 20 minutes from London city centre. The guest house is close ... More

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Days Inn South Mimms (2.64 miles)

Days Inn South Mimms

Situated on the M25, the Days Inn Hotel London South Mimms provides contemporary quality accommodation and an ideal base for exploring the Hertfordshire countryside. Spacious rooms, free satellite TV in every room, broadband, tea and ... More | visit website

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Glenlyn Hotel (2.64 miles)

Glenlyn Hotel

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With a high standard of comfort and service, this charming guest house is just minutes from Woodside Park London Underground station and has close links to the M25, M1 and A40. The ... More

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Days Inn London Gateway (2.76 miles)

Days Inn London Gateway
Free wi-fi facilities when you book this hotel. Located between junction 2 & 4 of the M1, just 3 miles from Edgeware Tube Station, 6 miles from Wembley Stadium and 9 miles from London City Centre ... More | visit website

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