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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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Days Hotel London North
"Good Points: Helpfulness and friendliness of staff. Lighting and location of electrical sockets in room excellent compared to some hotels. Bad Points: The restaurant was a little overpriced for average ..." More

Days Hotel London North
"Good Points: well appointed room ...large comforatable bed Bad Points: all ok General review: Having been unsuccessful finding accomadation anywhere in north london, was quite surprised at the value and standard of ..." More

Days Hotel London North
"I had researched into this hotel and read the reviews before I booked. I am extremely fussy about where I sleep and cleanliness is paramount. As this hotel is new, ..." More

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Mill Hill, in north-west London, is an ideal base for drivers. Situated close to the M1, it offers fast access into the capital while also acting as a gateway to the Midlands and the north. It's a pleasant place in its own right, nudging into the Green Belt with acres of countryside views surrounding its residential and shopping districts. Mill Hill is also home to some important learning centres, notably the National Institution for Medical Research and the University of London Observatory, housed in a striking group of buildings. The village of Mill Hill originated in the 10th Century, if not earlier, developing alongside an ancient road now known as The Ridgeway. Some historic farms and houses from later times have survived here, as well as an obsolete nuclear-bomb shelter, now a listed building and sometime TV location. Mill Hill is renowned for its annual Music Festival and weekly jazz concerts at the local Sports Club, while golfers are within easy reach of three courses. Nature-lovers will enjoy the Scratchwood and Moat Mount woodland as well as the grasslands of Arrandene Open Space. Mill Hill Park, meanwhile, holds a Green Flag award for its flowerbeds, nature reserve and sports facilities.


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Etz Chaim Jewish Primary Free School
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Wyevale Garden Centre
Finchley Nurseries Ltd
Highland Organic
Princess Daisy
Goodwood Furniture

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Days Inn London Gateway (1.40 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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Premier Inn London Edgware (1.53 miles)

Situated on the A5 Edgware road, just 4 miles to Brent Cross and 7 miles to Marble Arch. The hotel is just an 8 minute walk from Edgware tube station; from here you can get ... More | visit website

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Hendon Hall (1.92 miles)

Hendon Hall

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Hendon Hall has always been a leading player on the London scene. A strong, bold, enchanting place, this hotel is ideal for a relaxing break, while enjoying a cosmopolitan atmosphere on ... More

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Chumleigh Lodge Hotel (2.32 miles)

Chumleigh Lodge Hotel

Chumleigh Lodge is a highly recommended B&B in London, open 365 days. It is family-run 21-room guest house with a 3-diamond rating from the English Tourist Board, just 20 minutes from central London. All rooms ... More | visit website

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Kingsland Hotel (2.43 miles)

Kingsland Hotel

The Kingsland Hotel is a stylish and prominent boutique-style hotel located off Kingsbury High Street, within walking distance of excellent transport links. Offering superior accommodation for both tourists and business travellers, the hotel is a 2-minute ... More | visit website

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Edgwarebury Corus Hotel (2.52 miles)

Edgwarebury Corus Hotel

Full of character with its charming Tudor style exterior and traditional interior decor, Corus hotel Elstree stands within landscaped gardens, surrounded by 10 acres of natural woodland. The intimate and sophisticated public areas make the ... More | visit website

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Laura Ashley The Manor Elstree (2.52 miles)

Laura Ashley The Manor Elstree
This Tudor-style country house with garden views and fine dining is 13 miles from London city centre and close to the M1. The Manor Hotel has a beautifully restored interior, with the rooms, luxury suites, bar ... More | visit website
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The Hide London (2.62 miles)

The Hide London

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The Hide London is a brand new boutique hotel just a stone’s throw from Hendon Central. It is located close to Brent Cross and Wembley Stadium. With 23 beautifully designed ... More

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Heatherbank Guest House (2.87 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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Glenlyn Hotel (2.93 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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