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Crews Hill

Fantastic position for the M25, the A1 and the M1

"The jewel in Enfield's crown, Forty Hall and its surrounding parkland afford picturesque views."

Daniel Puddick

"Enfield has always offered excellent transport links into central London, from the steam trains of the past to today's modern carriages..."

Topsy Taiwo

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

Ben Connolly

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Where do Crews Hill locals go?

The Robin Hood

Surrounded by gorgeous fields giving you the "country feel" and an open log fire with sofas to sit on with a glass of wine in hand! They have the best dessert menu as well.

Forty Hall

Beautiful grounds to walk around with free admission. The perfect spot for a picnic and you can also go into the hall and learn about the history.

Clock House Nursery

Gorgeous garden centre next to the grounds of Forty Hall offering top quality plants and seeds. It has free parking outside and is cheaper and not as busy as the other garden centres on popular Crews Hill.

Crown & Horseshoes

A charming pub in a beautiful area next to the New River. Lovely on a sunny day.

Enfield Town Market

Lots of lovely fresh bread (local from Barnet), pastries, Asian food and fresh fruit and veg, every Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

New River

A delightful place to walk the dog and plenty of pubs to visit along its banks.

Ellenborough Table Tennis Club

Whether you're a table tennis pro or just fancy taking up a new hobby, Ellenborough is a great fun and friendly club.

Trent Country Park

Beautiful fields and meadows and a delightful café in amongst the trees.

Go Ape

Swinging through the trees at Go Ape in Trent Park is a great day out!

The Cock Inn

Previously the Cock and Dragon, this pub is the place to be on a Thursday night!


The best café in Cockfosters that serves an amazing burger too!

Skewd Kitchen

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

Tanning Station

The best sunbeds in Enfield! Cheap prices and offering a wide variety of other beauty treatments. Experienced friendly staff who make you feel at ease from the moment you walk in.

Chickenshed Theatre

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

Treacle's Tea Shop

A great place to pop in for an early breakfast!

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Why not explore the nearby areas of The Ridgeway, Enfield, Forty Hill, Enfield Town, Grange Park, Bush Hill Park, Cockfosters, Winchmore Hill, Hadley Wood and Southgate

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"The Rose and Crown pub on Clay Hill was once owned by highwayman Dick Turpin's grandparents. Turpin used to hide from the authorities there and it is said to be haunted by his ghost."

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  1. About Crews Hill

    Crews Hill is a village located in the northern outskirts of Greater London and 12 miles (19.3 km) north of Charing Cross. It forms part of the London Borough of Enfield and is probably best known for its large number of garden centres and nurseries. Further up the road is Whitewebbs Park. This is a country park and includes the Enfield Municipal Golf Course.

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