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Hadley Wood

Parkland and a golf club provide the perfect setting for rural life inside the M25

"Monken Hadley Common sits on the edge of London and is a fantastic open space with woodland and a lake."

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

"Sit back and relax in the charming gardens at Old Court House Recreation Ground."

Ben Connolly

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Where do Hadley Wood locals go?

The Cock Inn

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

Miracles

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

Go Ape

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

Skewd Kitchen

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

Trent Country Park

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

Wyevale Garden Centre

There's loads of choice at this garden centre and a great café too!

Hadley Green

The floating duck house on Hadley Green pond is definitely its showpiece!

King George's Fields

A beautiful and peaceful spot right in the centre of Barnet with amazing views of London.

The Village Greek

Amazing Greek food with huge portions as well!

Builders Arms

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

Old Ford Manor Golf Club

A lovely golf course in the heart of Barnet. Great course designed by Harry Colt - Augusta National based. The course is famous and known for its greens.

Forever Bridal

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

Bikestrobe

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

Shoecare

Number one!!! This is the best cobblers in London! Very fast, the best customer service, really cheap but high quality and the guy that works here always a massive smile that makes you feel positive!

Anytime Fitness

Who is not busy 25 hours a day in London?! This fantastic gym located inside the Spires Centre is very clean, the trainers are very professional and it's opened 24 hours a day.

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Why not explore the nearby areas of Hadley Wood, Barnet, New Barnet, Cockfosters, East Barnet, The Ridgeway, Whetstone, Southgate, Enfield and Grange Park

What do you love about Hadley Wood?

Why do you find Hadley Wood a great place to live?

Andrew

"The prestigious Hadley Wood Golf Club is an impressive place for a day out, where you can improve your handicap whilst surrounded by stunning parkland."

August 2014

Resident

"Hadley Wood is a quiet green exclusive family based residential enclave with attractive large homes surrounded by parklands and green belt. Excellent transport links and schooling. Stong community spirit, friendly relaxed character and good local amenities. Train station provides direct access to Moorgate/Kings Cross in under 30 mins on regular reliable and comfortable services. 2 miles from High Barnet and Cockfosters for Und... more

August 2013

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"In 1741 Sir Jeremy Sambrook erected an obelisk to the north of Hadley Green at the site where the Earl of Warwick fell in the Battle of Barnet. Cottages and inns formed in a group here and became known as Hadley Highstone."

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  1. About Hadley Wood

    Hadley Wood is a suburb of North London, close to the border with Hertfordshire. It is located in the London Borough of Enfield, about 11 miles (17.7 km) north north-west of Charing Cross and is situated close to Barnet. Nearby Trent Country Park is a 400-acre (1.6 km2) oasis of meadows, woodlands and lakes. It was once a hunting ground for Henry VIII, Elizabeth I and James I. With dedicated walking, cycling and horseriding routes there is no shortage of ways to explore the park. Of note is Camlet Moat which is one of the borough's five scheduled ancient monuments. Additionally kids will love the Wildlife Rescue Centre, which is home to deer, foxes, rabbits and birds. In Hadley Wood Village there is a small parade of shops and Hadley Wood railway station.

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