Barnet, Greater London


The London Borough of Barnet is on the northernmost edge of Greater London between The London Borough of Harrow and The London Borough of Enfield. It was created in 1965 by combining several areas from Middlesex and Hertfordshire. The most well known area is Finchley which has many Japanese immigrants and is a great place to source some excellent authentic sushi. Barnet also has the largest Jewish community in the UK. The area traditionally held a large local horse fair and it led to the word ``Barnet`` becoming the London rhyming slang word for hair, as in Barnet Fair - hair.

Places of interest

What’s local
  • Guildford County Court
  • Stoke Park
  • Guildford Cathedral
  • University of Surrey
  • Surrey Research Park
  • Woking Golf Club
  • West Surrey Golf Club
Top attractions
  • Top Gear Test Track
  • Botleys Mansion
  • Denbies Wine Estate
  • Box Hill
  • Frensham Great Pond and Common
  • Thorpe Park
 Natural beauty
  • River – River Wey
 Local airports
  • London Heathrow Airport
  • London Gatwick Airport
  • London City Airport
Barnet, Greater London
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