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Oakleigh Park

A pocket of residential roads right by Oak Hill Park

"Greenhill Gardens is a charming spot with a lake that is perfect for walking the dog..."

Ben Connolly

"I love exploring the wealth of parkland in Barnet and in particular, Brunswick Park!"

Ben Connolly

"Trent Park is ideal for all the family - visit the cafe or try out the activities at the Go Ape centre."

Ben Connolly

What is your favourite place?

Where do Oakleigh Park locals go?


A warm and welcoming American brasserie. The atmosphere is always buzzing, beautifully presented inside and absolutely divine food accompanied by a large wine selection.

Oak Hill Park

One of Barnet's many beautiful parks, which are a big feature of the area.


We have great office nights out here and they serve brilliant steaks!

Al Fresco

A famous local Italian restaurant with huge portions!

The Griffin

A traditional pub with great food and drink, six screens for sports, outside bars, beautiful garden and a covered terrace.

Chez Tonton

A lovely little local French restaurant. I still haven't been brave enough to try the snails!

London Loop

You can walk from Barnet to Totteridge without having to step on a road - beautiful!


A bike shop and garage that's run by a really nice local guy who built the business up from scratch.

Forever Bridal

My wife got her wedding dress from this lovely bridal shop - she looked beautiful!

Builders Arms

A great local pub that surprisingly does good takeaway sushi and has a large outdoor terrace at the back!

The Village Greek

Amazing Greek food with huge portions as well!

Chickenshed Theatre

A theatre catering for the local community with a great amateur dramatics group.

Moore & Sons

A great local butchers with owners that are always willing to help.

Everyman Cinema

Converted from the original Odeon cinema, taking the building back to its stunning Art Deco roots. Also beer and burger with your film. #winning

Skewd Kitchen

This restaurant serves amazing Turkish food. It's great for a dinner date somewhere different.

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Why not explore the nearby areas of East Barnet, Whetstone, New Barnet, Cockfosters, North Finchley, Southgate, Friern Barnet, Barnet, Arnos Grove and Hadley Wood

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"The name Barnet is derived from "land cleared by burning", as it once was a dense forest."

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Toddler Sense

All Saints Church Hall
Toddler Sense introduces a whole new world of adventure for toddlers and children. Great music, great equipment and great new ideas! Imagine climbing a snow mountain, going on safari, digging for fossils, swimming with dolphins and hunting for dinosaurs? Every week introduces a whole new adventure. The main emphasis is on mobility, excitement and adventure. It is a fast-moving, action-packed programme. Toddler Sense is very different to Baby Sensory, but equally addictive. Website

Monkey Music-Christ Church at Whetstone

Christ Church at Whetstone
At Monkey Music, we know that music is fundamental to a pre-school aged child's development. Our progressive and educational four stage curricula are designed to nurture a lifetime of music: from rock 'n' roll to ding-dong, classes are a 'good fit' for each separate age group. By the time our little monkeys 'graduate', they have a sound base from which to build a musical future.... have a look! Toddlers from 12 months: Thursday 09.40am-10.10 am and 10.50am 1120 2 & 3 year olds: Thursday 10.15am 10.45am Babies from 3 months: Thursday 11.25am 11.55 am Website

Oakleigh Park School of Swimming

All Saints C Of E Primary School

Monkey Music - Christ Church

Christ Church
At Monkey Music, we know that music is fundamental to a pre-school aged child's development. Our progressive and educational four stage curricula are designed to nurture a lifetime of music: from rock 'n' roll to ding-dong, classes are a 'good fit' for each separate age group. Website

Tuneful Tots

Oakleigh Park Discovery Hall
Classes are packed with action songs and percussion instruments which the children will learn how to play by using the reading different rhythms, dynamics and pulse. The combination of lots of music, movement, dancing and toys ensures there are always a lot of laughs along the way! ₤4/class Website


Church Farm Swimming Pool

Music Bugs: New Barnet

Bodens Studios
Stimulating interactive fun and friendly preschool music activity classes for newborn to 4 years old. At Music Bugs our aim is to encourage young children to develop grow and explore the world around them through music and song. Research has shown that singing songs and rhymes on a regular basis helps children socialise and develop in a creative and stimulating environment as well as helping to widen children's vocabulary and listening skills Website
  1. About Oakleigh Park

    Oakleigh Park is a loosely defined area in the north of the London Borough of Barnet. It adjoins Whetstone, and is often regarded either as part of that or of East Barnet. However it has its own identity and its own railway station. The principal road is Oakleigh Road North. Turnings off this road include Oakleigh Park North, Oakleigh Avenue and Oakleigh Park South. There is also a small shopping parade on Netherlands Road just to the north of the railway station. The name is a relatively modern invention, the station being called that when it opened in 1873.

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