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Population: 8500
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Birthplace of:
Sir Gordon Russell
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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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Palm Hotel
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Palm Hotel
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Victorian Guest House
"For the past years, the owners have been renting it to students who had to deal with problems on a regular basis (deposit not refunded, owners being rude and in ..." More

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Cricklewood is a residential north-west London suburb and a very convenient base for visitors. Situated close to the M1 and North Circular Road, it's also served by a mainline railway station and nearby underground stops. One of the most popular local attractions is the Virgin Active gym and health club in Cricklewood Lane. From here, it's only a short journey to the Brent Cross shopping centre, the Wembley Stadium complex or the acclaimed Kilburn Tricycle Theatre. It's also easy to get to the West End. During the mid-1800s, Cricklewood was an agricultural village bedevilled by muddy ground, highwaymen and bare-knuckle prize-fighting. In the next century, it turned into a thriving industrial centre with factories churning out everything from Smiths crisps to mattresses and electric clocks. However, this all fizzled out in the 1960s, with residents thereafter commuting to work in other parts of London. Briefly, Cricklewood was involved in film and TV with the establishment of the now defunct Production Village project - and the district is still fondly remembered as the setting for "The Goodies". Today, a £4 billion regeneration plan for Cricklewood, Brent Cross and West Hendon aims to transform the area with new jobs, housing and parks.


Alan Miller & Co
Shenkers Chartered Accountants

Care Home

Lansdowne Care Home


Yoga - Breathe Yoga & Pilates


Cricklewood Dental Practice
The Dental Surgery


Cricklewood Health Centre
Dr Maheswaran
Greenfield Medical Centre

Estate Agent


Pub and Bar

Beaten Docket
Heritage Inn
The Windmill


King Sitric
The Windmill


Claremont Primary School
Mapledown School
St Agnes's RC School
Whitefield School


Grant Argent & Co

Regency Solicitors
Rosenberg & Co

Broadway Cars
Easy Go Private Hire Ltd
West Heath Cars


Willesden Pet Centre
Akhtar Chemist
Eye Emporium Ltd

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Crown Moran Hotel (0.16 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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Cricklewood Lodge Hotel (0.37 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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Palm Hotel (0.50 miles)

Palm Hotel
Located just four and a half miles from central London's Oxford Circus and only five minutes from the M1 motorway, Palm Hotel is ideally located for both business and private users.The hotel is privately owned ... More | visit website
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291 Suites (0.99 miles)

291 Suites

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Situated on two floors, the 291 Suites cater for discerning business travellers and tourists alike. They are fully fitted with all modern conveniences such as free wireless internet, flat screen ... More

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274 Suites (1.02 miles)

274 Suites

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274 Suites are part of a high-regarded chain of London hoteliers. Just a few minute’s walk away from West Hampstead Station – you are within easy access of all London ... More

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Charlotte Guest House (1.08 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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198 Suites (1.10 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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Holiday Inn London Brent Cross (1.11 miles)

Holiday Inn London Brent Cross

Welcome to the Holiday Inn London Brent Cross, a modern and stylish hotel ideally located at the foot of M1 motorway, making it an excellent choice if you are looking for a hotel near Wembley ... More | visit website

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Anchor House (1.14 miles)

Anchor House

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A warm and relaxing B&B close to the Underground, near Hampstead village and Golders Hill Park, and only 20 minutes from the city centre. With a welcoming and family atmosphere, Anchor House ... More

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The Black Lion (1.16 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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