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Tel code: 0207 | code search
Postcode: NW10 | code search
Population: 6000
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Birthplace of:
Audley Harrison
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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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Kensal Rise, a modest district in north-west London, is experiencing rising fortunes, along with its neighbour Kensal Green. The two areas are so closely related they're often referred to as one, and the dividing line remains unclear. Kensal Rise is a multicultural neighbourhood with a history of Irish and Afro-Caribbean settlement. Until the 1990s, it was associated with deprivation and crime. Now it's welcoming an influx of young professionals and families to its still-affordable, renovated Victorian housing. The benefits are clear: Kensal Rise is twenty minutes from central London by train; furthermore, it verges on Notting Hill to the south and the increasingly expensive Queen's Park to the east. As a result, the arterial Chamberlayne Road has opened various upmarket stores, boutiques and bars. Only a little further afield lies a world of varied cuisine. Wembley is famed for authentic Indian restaurants, Harlesden is the place to go for superb West Indian food and Kilburn offers several acclaimed gastro pubs. The beautiful Kensal Green Cemetery is an attraction in its own right. London's oldest graveyard, it's set in 77 acres of land - much of cultivated for nature and wildlife conservation - with some fascinating tombstones, mausoleums and catacombs.

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Kensal Rise Primary Schoolý
Manor Special School
Princess Frederica C of E Primary School

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The Black Lion (1.07 miles)

The Black Lion

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Welcome to Blacklion Guesthouse. The Black Lion Guesthouse is a beautiful period building based in Kilburn North West London. It combines a bar and restaurant downstairs with stunning features and ... More

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Portobello House (1.11 miles)

Portobello House
The Historic Landmark that is the chic Portobello House Hotel has 12 brand new totally re-designed charming boutique bedrooms, with a Felliniesque cocktail bar and gourmet bistro. Portobello house welcomes people from all around the world with a ... More | visit website
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So Apartments (1.22 miles)

So Apartments

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Whether you’re planning a business trip, or bringing your entire family to London for a well earned break, the brand new one and two bedroom So London Apartments offer you ... More

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Sanctum (1.24 miles)

Sanctum

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Sanctum is ideally situated on the edge of Maida Vale just minutes away from Central London with excellent local transport connections. Sanctum offers 24HR Reception & Concierge, Full Air Conditioning, ... More

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Cricklewood Lodge Hotel (1.33 miles)

Cricklewood Lodge Hotel
Cricklewood Lodge is your London home away from home as we offer cosy accommodation with a friendly family atmosphere. Our recently refurbished hotel includes a wide variety of rooms with both ensuite and shared facilites. ... More | visit website
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The London Carlton Hotel (1.38 miles)

The London Carlton Hotel

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The London Carlton Hotel is a luxury apartahotel located in the heart of central London, providing corporate and individual visitors with a more spacious and carefree alternative to Hotels. FREE ... More

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Charlotte Guest House (1.54 miles)

Charlotte Guest House
The Charlotte Guest House is a traditional guest house situated in a prime location in central London. A quiet residential part of Hampstead with excellent connections to London's main shopping, cultural and Business districts as ... More | visit website
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Crown Moran Hotel (1.54 miles)

Crown Moran Hotel

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Located in northwest London, just 15 minutes from the west end by bus or tube, this striking hotel adjoins a very famous grade II listed Victorian pub via a steel ... More | visit website

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Dawson House Hotel (1.59 miles)

Dawson House Hotel

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Set within a charming Victorian house in a peaceful residential road in Hampstead, the hotel is ideally situated within easy reach of London’s city centre and all it has to offer. A ... More

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198 Suites (1.61 miles)

198 Suites

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Spread across 4 floors, 198 Suites provides comfortable, modern accommodation for discerning business travellers and tourists alike. The 10 studios are fully fitted with modern conveniences such as free internet connection, flat-screen ... More

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