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Mill Hill Conservation

A bustling North London suburb that has undergone extensive redevelopment

"It's the quiet, residential feel of north London that makes it perfect for families."

Ben Connolly

"With its wild flowers and tall trees, Totteridge Common reflects the countryside appeal of the surrounding area."

Ben Connolly

"Mill Hill's green spaces lend a countryside feel."

Ivan Ninkovic

What is your favourite place?

Where do Mill Hill Conservation locals go?

Belmont Children's Farm

A Mill Hill institution and one of the loveliest urban farms in London. Kids love it, especially the animals, ranging from small chicks all the way up to alpacas and horses.

The Rising Sun

A quaint village pub with an appetising menu, including a choice of aperitifs, starters, mains and desserts. Can accommodate large groups in their separate dining room, or a more intimate feast. A short distance to Saracens rugby stadium.

Finchley Nurseries

Offering a lovely countryside location, this friendly family-run business is the perfect place for the locals to get bedding plants, perennials, shrubs, garden furniture, pots etc.

Allianz Park

A great day out for all the family watching rubgy at the Saracens home ground.

Virgin Active Health Club

A large health club tucked away off the main road. With membership you'll have access to 80 different classes a week, indoor pool, steam and sauna room. After the workout you can grab a nutritious meal in the cafe.

Highlander Foods

A local organic butcher with a range of meats, from organic Halal chicken to a variety of exotic meats including crocodile, antelope, rattle snake and many many more.

Sunny Hill Café

A lovely dog friendly café with great food and ice cream. Perfect for just stopping by or having a spot of lunch with the family. Parking is super easy and free!

The Orange Tree

A really nice pub in Totteridge Village that has a country feel to it! The best place for a drink and lunch in the summer and you can sit outside too.

Veronica Lancaster Interiors

Paints, wallpaper and fabrics, this interior design store in Woodside Park is the place to go if you're redesigning your home.

Vero Caffé

I always grab a quick cup of coffee from this friendly cafe in Woodside Park before taking a stroll along Dollis Brook.

The Chequers

One of the oldest pubs in the area. They do great cheap drinks, a dartboard and the owner's two cats really rule the place. Be nice or the moggys will ask you to leave!


Pricey, but worth every penny. The customer service is second to none and it's a very romantic atmosphere - not rowdy and the food is delicious. They even make the serving bowls out of noodles so you can eat them too!


Modern Turkish cuisine prepared on a charcoal grill. Food is always delicious and the bright, modern décor makes for a lovely setting for a meal out in the heart of Finchley Central.

Dave's Barbers

Quite possibly the nicest bloke in the area. He's very professional and takes enormous care and attention to please every client - not to mention his shop is clean and bright!

Z's Barbers

Excellent value for money. Even if there is a long queue, the 3-4 guys will have you in the chair in no time and they have TV screens and magazines to keep you occupied.

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Child-friendly activities near Mill Hill Conservation

Baby Rhyme Time Toddler Read and Rhyme and Story Explorers

Mill Hill Library
Toddler read and rhyme combines physical activity with nursery rhymes and songs and is suitable for toddlers who have learnt to walk. Sessions take place weekly on Mondays during term time. Website

Daisy Baby Positive touch and movement

Mill Hill
Daisy Baby is a perfect combination of workshops and classes for new parents and mums, even grandmothers, supporting you from newborn calm, care and safety to when your baby is on the move - a nine to 12 month journey of wonder. Website

Born to Swim

Mill Hill School
The class size has a maximum of 12 parents and babies as BORN TO SWIM promotes a class environment as opposed to one on one sessions as more often than not, this will be your little ones first social outing and they look forward to seeing their "swim mates"! Website

Monkey Music - Mill Hill East Church

Mill Hill East Church
Our progressive, educational and fun four stage curricula - honed over twenty years - is designed to nuture a lifetime of music. The weekly classes are entertaining and educational, encouraging social and musical skills within a fun, friendly environment. Website

St Michaels Parent and Toddler group

St Michaels Church
There is a really great Playgroup On Tuesday mornings run by four lovely ladies, one plays the piano at the end for songs. Please do come along!

Caterpillar Music

St Pauls Church
Our weekly classes for babies and young children offer a unique introduction to music with exciting themes, colourful instruments and amazing puppets. We have provided a fun and a creative learning experience enjoyed by thousands of families every week since 2001. Website

Academy JUMPUP Dance

Mill Hill Music Complex
Our professional, fully qualified and registered teachers provide classes in RAD ballet, street dance and tap to suit a wide range of ages and abilities. Pupils at jumpup also work towards RAD ballet examinations in a friendly and non-pressurised environment. Website
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