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A West End style Restaurant, with a relaxed style serving high quality small plates of Indian Food. Amazing atmosphere always buzzing.
Submitted by Mez
Caring staff that is always willing to help and has fantastic resources.
Submitted by J
Boasting a wonderful café and secret garden, this park is a stunning place to relax on a hot, sunny day.
Submitted by Nick
One of the best chicken and lamb shawarmas in Golders Green and probably the most popular lunch takeaway in the whole area!
Submitted by Nick
A beautiful pub with a fantastic outdoor area between Golders Green and Hampstead. A great spot for an evening beer whilst the sun goes down.
Submitted by Nick
A homely, kosher restaurant established in January 2016, their food is prepared fresh and in store every day.
Submitted by Dean
The park is not large but it is one of the most beautiful in London. Superb views towards Chiltern Hills. There's a deer enclosure and lots of wildlife.
Submitted by William
A kosher bakery selling a range of products, including traditional bagels and cakes.
Submitted by Nick
Perfect for going on long walks with the dog or using it as your local running route.
Submitted by Freddie
Just off Holly Hill, the Holly Bush is a delightful pub in an even more charming setting.
Submitted by Dan
A small but perfected menu of tasty burgers and sides. There's also vegetarian options and non-beef burgers too.
Submitted by Shakira
Charming inside and out, The Flask pub is located at the end of delightful Flask Walk. It serves British dishes, but with a refined Hampstead twist.
Submitted by Mike
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I love Child's Hill - can cycle, walk or drive anywhere in minutes. It's classy and low key and has some fabulous greenery or its doorstep.
I love Child's Hill because I am a student who has come from America to study in London. I am housed over in central London but I work over here at Childs Hill Library. I instantly loved this area when I first walked to my internship. It is so different from the bustle of the city and I find it peaceful out here especially when going to the library. Everyone is so nice and I am grateful to be a part of their team. I hope everyone goes out there at least once to visit.
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AdventurersSt Luke's Church
Who is it for? Age 4 - Year 2 What is it? Games crafts Bible stories and singing When? Every Thursday 4 - 5pm Where? In the Lambert Hall Website
Ace Performing ArtsSt Luke's Primary School
At ACE we are passionate about boosting your child's confidence and creativity while developing their performing arts skills. Our teachers are all professional performers having worked extensively in west-end theatre, film, television and the recording industry. Each member of our team also has over three years teaching experience as standard. Website
Children's Painting and Pottery (ages 7-11)Hampstead School of Art
Exploring creativity through clay and preparatory desgin and 3D maquette construction. Objects are hand built with clay and paper clay then painted and glazed. Website
Children's Painting and Drawing (ages 7-9)Hampstead School of Art
A wonderful way for children to express their creativity and have fun learning to paint and draw with a professional. Website
Children's Drawing and Painting (ages 5-7)Hampstead School of Art
A wonderful way for children to express their creativity and have fun learning to paint and draw with a professional. Materials are provided. Ages 6(+): Saturday 10.00-12.30 5-7 years: Sunday 10.00-12.30 Website
Children's After School Art Club (age 5-11)Hampstead School of Art
Print, paint, draw and sculpt; experiment and explore the core techniques of each discipline whilst engaging with artist's work. The focus is to encourage children to engage with exciting materials and unique techniques. Once a week. You can choose Monday or Wednesday. Price is for 12 sessions. Website
ISTD Tap & Modern at Jumpup Dance AcademyKing's College
Jumpup Dance Academy, one of Hampstead's premier dance schools, based at Kings College, Kidderpore Avenue NW3 7ST, is now also in Mill Hill. Using the fully fitted brand new dance studio at the Mill Hill Music Complex, Bunns Lane, NW7 2AJ Website
Childs Hill, now the southernmost ward of the London Borough of Barnet, although of historic origin, is a late-19th-century suburban development situated 5 miles (8 km) northwest of Charing Cross bordered by the A41 (Hendon Way) and Dunstan Road, and centred on the junction of Cricklewood Lane and Finchley Road. It is adjacent to a part of Hampstead Heath known as the West Heath. With streets of modest terraced housing, but also characterised by four high rise blocks of flats, Childs Hill has a public library, as well as Childs Hill park which also contains the Childs Hill Bowls Club,an 18th-century pub (The Castle), several shops and restaurants, small businesses, offices, primary schools and two churches (All Saints C of E with Primary School and Childs Hill Baptist).
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