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Tel code: 0207 | code search
Postcode: N7 | code search
Population: 34000
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Famous Holloway Dates
Birthplace of:
John Lydon (Johnny Rotten)
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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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Holloway is a busy urban area of north London, currently in the process of regeneration. Once its best-known building was the women's prison, Britain's largest, where former inmates have included Ruth Ellis and Emmeline, Sylvia and Christabel Pankhurst. Now Holloway is more famous for its £390 million Emirates Stadium, the home of Arsenal FC and the third-biggest stadium in London, after Wembley and Twickenham. Opened in 2006, the stadium includes a museum detailing the history of the football club. Holloway ranges round the Holloway Road, running northwards from Highbury Corner to Archway. The area is multicultural, with a large student population attending the City And Islington College centres, and there are plenty of cheap and cheerful restaurants offering a variety of cuisines, from Italian and Indian to Mediterranean, Russian, Spanish and Caribbean. There's a predominance of Victorian terraced housing. Holloway Road is characterised by pubs and small shops, with the Nag's Head shopping centre offering major high-street stores. However, a number of luxury buildings are now being constructed near the Stadium, and home-buyers are increasingly interested in Holloway's two conservation areas. Nightlife ranges from cinema to drama and comedy at the Pleasance fringe theatre near Caledonian Road tube station.

Charity

Childrens Hope Foundation

Classes

Yoga - Hakan Calbayram

Dentist

Holloway Dental Centre
I A Dental Care

Doctor

Goodinge Group Practice
Sobell Medical Centre

Market

Archway Market
Nags Head Car Boot

Pub and Bar

Admiral Man
Angies
Coronet
Hercules Tavern
Holloway
Landseer
North Nineteen
Quays

School

Grafton Primary School
Holloway School
Sacred Heart RC Primary School
St John's Upper Holloway C of E Primary School

Solicitor

Alban Gould Baker & Co
Percy Short & Cuthbert

Taxi

Islington Cars
Yellow Cars

Theatre

Pleasance Theatre

Shops

Boots
Explosive Entertainments
Hendys Dairy
Mothercare
Hallmark Cards

Places to Stay near Holloway

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Charlies Hotel (0.19 miles)

Charlies Hotel

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Charlie's Hotel offers comfortable budget priced bed & breakfast accommodation in London. The hotel, an elegant Edwardian house built towards the end of the 19th Century, is located on the ... More

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Queens Hotel (0.28 miles)

Queens Hotel

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This budget style hotel offers the weary traveller a very comfortable and affordable location to explore London, without being in its busy centre. The hotel is located within 5 minutes ... More

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Corner House Hotel (0.43 miles)

Corner House Hotel

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Just moments away from the lights and buzz of Kentish town and the surrounding areas, this family-run hotel provides a great base from which to explore London. Located on the Camden Road, ... More

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Ifor Evans Hall (0.75 miles)

Ifor Evans Hall

Located in vibrant Camden Town, Ifor Evans Hall offers clean, budget bed and breakfast accommodation in single bedrooms. You will be housed in the newly refurbished The Lodge, while breakfast is served in the recently ... More | visit website

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New Market House (0.84 miles)

New Market House
The New Market House is a privately run Bed & Breakfast in Camden Town, North London, within easy reach of King’s Cross St Pancras and London St Pancras International Rail Stations. We offer guests a ... More | visit website
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St Marks Apartments (1.09 miles)

St Marks Apartments

Situated just a short walk from Angel Station, these spacious studio, one and two-bedroom apartments are individually styled and come complete with a fully fitted kitchen, quality furnishings and other fittings. The building was converted ... More

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Camden Studio Apartments (1.30 miles)

Camden Studio Apartments
Camden Apartments are situated close to Camden Town Tube Station. All rooms have a kitchenette available, with cooking facilities. All rooms are studio apartment which can be used for business or leisure. Key collection is ... More | visit website
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University of Westminster Furnival House (1.31 miles)

University of Westminster Furnival House

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Located in Highgate Village, a fashionable residential area near to Hampstead. This late Victorian building in its own grounds offers visitors an ideal location for peace and tranquility, whilst being ... More

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Ossian House (1.43 miles)

Ossian House
Hosts Ann and John Ashman are from County Cork in Ireland and the gift of the Blarney certainly holds true here. The atmosphere here is informal, friendly and truly welcoming.

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Mountview Guesthouse (1.45 miles)

Mountview Guesthouse
A modernised Victorian house situated on a tree-lined street, in a quiet residential area of London. Within walking distance is Finsbury Park underground station with both the Picadilly and Victoria lines, for fast direct access ... More | visit website

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