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Birthplace of:
Daniel Defoe Samuel Rogers Lawrence Gowing Warren Mitchell Malcolm McLaren
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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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Festival of Yoruba Arts
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Abney House Medical Centre
"my daughter came out of Homerton Hospital after having major surgery and was told to go to her doctors to get her dressings changed. She made appointment for the nurse on ..." More

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Stoke Newington, a buzzing, multicultural area of north London, has become very popular among home-buyers, especially young families and well-heeled professionals. The attraction is that Stoke Newington combines a lively street life with extensive open spaces and a sense of community. Shopping is good, especially in Church Street with its inviting independent and specialist shops, fashion boutiques and an organic farmers' market on Saturdays. Nightlife revolves around Stoke Newington's many exciting bars, restaurants serving all kinds of cuisine, comedy venues and the reputable Vortex Jazz Club. For open-air relaxation, Clissold Park ticks all the boxes. It has a Grade II-listed mansion, two ornamental lakes and a small river that was once part of a longer one. The park also hosts a paddling pool, an animal enclosure, an aviary, a butterfly tunnel, a café and facilities for sports including tennis, fooball, cricket, bowls and frisbee. Elsewhere, Abney Park, a Victorian cemetery, is open as a peaceful nature reserve. To the north of Stoke Newington lies the West Reservoir, a large expanse of water with a modern centre for sailing and watersports. Adjacent to the reservoir is the turreted Castle Climbing Centre. Culture is also celebrated with the annual Stokefest arts festival.

Dentist

H Ruberl
Vital Dental Care

Doctor

Abney House Medical Centre
Statham Grove Surgery

Farmers Market

Stoke Newington Farmers Market

Pub and Bar

Auld Shillelagh
Booth's Cafe Bar
Londesborough
Rochester Castle

Restaurant

Auld Shillelagh
Booth's Cafe Bar
Lemongrass
Londesborough
Rasa
Rochester Castle

School

Betty Layward Primary School

Solicitor

Barnes & Partners
Highgate Hill Solicitors

Taxi

Best Cars
Diamond Car Service

G S Car Service
Sams Cars Ltd

Sports Clubs

Clissold Park Junior Tennis Club (Tennis)

Shops

Oddbins
Hub
Food For All
Boots
Fresh & Wild (Stoke Newington)
Mother Earth
Born
Y M K Electronics
Quality Fabrics
Flowers N16
The Shoe Place
Queens Stationery
TAC Weddings

Places to Stay near Stoke Newington

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Kadimah Hotel (0.68 miles)

Kadimah Hotel

The Kadimah Hotel is a bed and breakfast hotel located in the heart of Stamford Hill. It exudes elegance and style. It is a terraced property with a different feel than most London hotels. Guests ... More | visit website

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Amhurst Hotel (0.71 miles)

Amhurst Hotel

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Set in a comfortable and friendly environment in north London, this hotel offers budget accommodation in Stamford Hill in the London Borough of Hackney, just a short walk away from Finsbury ... More

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Woodberry Down Hotel (0.88 miles)

Woodberry Down Hotel

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Brand new hotel opened near Finsbury Park

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Spring Park Hotel (0.97 miles)

Spring Park Hotel

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The Spring Park Hotel overlooks beautiful Finsbury Park in North London. The hotel is ideally situated for both private and public transport. A one minute walk takes you to Manor ... More

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Costello Palace Hotel (1.00 miles)

Costello Palace Hotel

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This established, friendly hotel offers reasonably priced accommodation overlooking Finsbury Park, just a short public transport ride away from London's bustling centre. From here, in the north of the city, you can ... More

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Beaconsfield (1.23 miles)

Beaconsfield

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Beaconsfield Hotel is situated on Green Lanes, which is a vibrant part of North London, famous for its Turkish community. Beaconsfield Hotel is housed in an attractive Victorian building, which ... More

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Beaconsfield Hotel (1.23 miles)

Beaconsfield Hotel
Beaconsfield Hotel offers 14 comfortable rooms; which come with a television; fridge and kettle. There is a shared kitchen where you can prepare your meals and save money on eating out. Bathroom facilities at Beaconsfield ... More | visit website
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London Shelton Hotel (1.47 miles)

London Shelton Hotel
Imagine a beautiful; quiet park within walking distance of your accommodation but still close to the lively center of London.It is the comfortable Shelton Hotel that has this perfect location. Just 20 minutes from central ... More | visit website
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Tommy Miahs' Raj Hotel (1.52 miles)

Tommy Miahs

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Tommy Miahs Raj Hotel is the newest addition to the Raj Empire. Located in trendy Islington the hotel is perfect for weekend and city breaks. The hotel has in Indian ... More

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Ossian House (1.77 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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