Golders Green


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Tel code: 0208 | code search
Postcode: NW11 | code search
Population: 16200
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Birthplace of:
Helena Bonham Carter
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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

Golders Green Events

Hampstead and Highgate Literary Festival
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Rumke Joseph & Rabin
"I have never even managed a visit as I have telephoned 5 times - no lawyer available apparently and although I have asked for one to phone me back in ..." More

Golders Green Hotel
"This hotel looks nothing like the pictures on its website. Our double room was actually a "family room"> The sheets were barely large enough to cover the top of the ..." More

Anchor House
"Good Points: The hotel was very clean and the staff are very friendly! Nice and close to our training venue. Bad Points: The only thing bad about it was the ..." More

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Golders Green is a thriving residential community in north-west London, with numerous shops and restaurants that reflect the multicultural character of the area. Its busy streets belie the fact that Golders Green was a hamlet until the 1900s. It began to grow in 1907 with the opening of the local tube station and the establishment of several buildings that survive today. The Carmelite monastery was built in 1908, and the police station opened in 1913, as did the Grade II-listed Hippodrome music hall - later used as a BBC studio and concert venue before recently being abandoned. The imposing St Edward the Confessor Roman Catholic Church appeared in 1916. Streets of semis and a shopping centre developed around the central crossroads of Golders Green Road and Finchley Road and, today, much of the town centre is protected as a conservation area. The area's longstanding Jewish community has contributed greatly in everything from Kosher cuisine to synagogues. The Jewish cemetery is located opposite Golders Green Crematorium - probably the district's most recognisable structure. This a young part of London with a student population and lots of children, for whom the zoo and ponds in Golders Hill Park are a particular delight.


Golders Green Crematorium

Care Home

Magnolia Court


Friendly Dentists
Golders Green Dental Practice


Dr Adler & Partner
Dr Grimble & Partner
Dr Martin Harris
Ravenscroft Medical Centre

Health and Fitness Club

LA Fitness

Pub and Bar

Grove Inn




Beis Hamedrash Elyon
Golders Hill School
Menorah Primary School
The King Alfred School
Wessex Gardens Primary School


Bowers Solicitors
Goldwater Sender
Rumke Joseph & Rabin


Fairway Cars

Speedway Private Hire Ltd


Galton Flowers
Temple Health Foods
Hampstead Tea and Coffee Company
D & M Cohen
Highfield Pharmacy
S Hoff
Geoffrey Davis
Naot Natural Footwear
Globe Opticians

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Anchor House (0.25 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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Golders Green Hotel (0.31 miles)

Golders Green Hotel

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Well established, newly refurbished hotel situated in Golders Green, North London. We are surrounded by many resteraunts and shops and are only a 5 minute walk from Underground and bus ... More

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Palm Hotel (0.62 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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Holiday Inn London Brent Cross (1.07 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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La Gaffe (1.20 miles)

La Gaffe
In traditional and historic Hampstead village; 12 minutes by tube to central London; 3 minutes from Hampstead tube and 4 minutes from Hampstead Heath.

Originally dating back to 1734, this site was once the home of ... More | visit website
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Crown Moran Hotel (1.27 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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The Hide London (1.34 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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Cricklewood Lodge Hotel (1.41 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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291 Suites (1.43 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 (1.44 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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Scotland and France form their 'Auld Alliance' - 1295, Battle of Southwark - 1450, Newton’s Principia Published - 1687, Giant Hailstone Hits Plumstead - 1925, National Health Service established - 1948
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