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A locals' guide to Oakwood

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

Ben Connolly

"Southgate has fantastic road routes in and out of London, which makes it the perfect place for families."

Daniel Puddick

"With its UFO-like design, Southgate Underground Station is a real architectural gem."

Daniel Puddick

What is your favourite place?

Where do Oakwood locals go?

Chickenshed Theatre

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

Harris + Hoole

As well as the usual coffee and cakes, they sell delicious iced coffee when the weather is warmer.

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.

Miracles

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

Puji

This furniture shop in Southgate sells really unique and interesting pieces.

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!

Oak Hill Park

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

Greek on the Green

Traditional Greek food that is authentic and well priced. From kebabs, to fish, to takeaway...

The Larder

A great deli that also sells local produce. Pop in for a snack or light meal.

Treacle's Tea Shop

A great place to pop in for an early breakfast!

Buckle and Vaughan

A contemporary restaurant serving European food in the heart of Winchmore Hill. On a sunny day, ask to sit by the front so the bi-folding windows are folded back and you can people watch.

Winchmore Hill Green

A lovely green space in the heart of Winchmore Hill. It is a great place to sit whilst watching the day pass by.

The Salisbury Arms

Burger night every Wednesday at The Salisbury Arms. £9.00 for a burger, onion rings, fries and a drink!

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Why not explore the nearby areas of Southgate, Cockfosters, East Barnet, Grange Park, Enfield, The Ridgeway, Winchmore Hill, Arnos Grove, Palmers Green and New Barnet

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"The late Amy Winehouse was born in 1983 in Southgate, as was radio presenter Simon Mayo and Rachel Stevens from S Club 7."

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  1. About Oakwood

    Oakwood is a suburban area of North London, in the London Borough of Enfield and primarily within the Southgate postal area (London N14). Historically, it was the southernmost area of Enfield Chase. The area derives its name from Oakwood Park. Oakwood Park was named after Oak Lodge, which stood in the grounds between the late 19th century and First World War. There is an avenue of oak trees to the north of the park. The arrival in Oakwood of the Piccadilly Line of the London Underground in 1933 heralded the start of a spectacular building boom. Builders bought up much of the land for development and estates began to eat up the countryside along Bramley Road and towards Cockfosters. Following the war a number of shops were opened around the Underground station, and today Oakwood has many shops, restaurants and services.

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