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North Finchley is a suburb of London in the London Borough of Barnet, situated 7 miles (11.3 km) north-west of Charing Cross. North Finchley is centred on Tally Ho Corner, the junction of the roads to East Finchley, Church End, Barnet, Friern Barnet and Whetstone, London, England. Church End is often known as Finchley Central tube station, due to the name of the tube station. It is primarily a residential and shopping area, with several supermarkets and many restaurants. The artsdepot, a local community arts centre including a gallery, a studio and a theatre, opened on October 23, 2004, in an attempt to revitalise the area and to fill a gap created by the demolition of the Gaumont cinema, and what had become an open air market. The area has mainly 19th century housing ranging from quaint Victorian architecture cottages to substantially larger Victorian double-fronted houses. There is also a dominant Edwardian architecture toward Woodside Park and Nether Street but with some modern houses, probably built between 1930s and 1960s, towards Friern Barnet. On Friern Barnet Lane there are some mansion style properties and on Tally-Ho corner, a development of luxury Flat (domicile), above the artsdepot with views over Mill Hill and Hertfordshire. There are few Local Authority estates in the area but the largest, and still pleasant, is in Woodside Park where ex-Spice Girls Emma Bunton grew up. The new North Finchley bus station opened in 2004, but closed several months later due to safety issues after a pensioner walked into the shelter through the wrong entrance, was hit by a bus, and died. The bus station was reopened in March 2007 after safety improvements were implemented. They included the addition of a barrier at the exit and a public address system. A week after the reopening, the barriers were declared faulty.{{Citation | last = | first = | author-link = | last2 = | first2 = | author2-link = | title =Incompetence | newspaper =Hendon and Finchley Times | pages = | year = | date = 2007-03-21

Balfour House Bombing

On 26 July 1994 a bomb exploded outside Balfour House, a prominent building on North Finchley High Street and office of numerous Jewish charities. Earlier, on the same day, a bomb had exploded outside the Israeli embassy. Two Lebanese Palestinians, Samar Alami and Jawad Botmeh, were subsequently convicted of carrying out the Finchley bombing. {{Citation
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}} North Finchley is a suburb of London in the London Borough of Barnet, situated 7 miles (11.3 km) north-west of Charing Cross. North Finchley is centred on Tally Ho Corner, the junction of the roads to East Finchley, Church End, Barnet, Friern Barnet and Whetstone, London, England. Church End is often known as Finchley Central tube station, due to the name of the tube station. It is primarily a residential and shopping area, with several supermarkets and many restaurants. The artsdepot, a local community arts centre including a gallery, a studio and a theatre, opened on October 23, 2004, in an attempt to revitalise the area and to fill a gap created by the demolition of the Gaumont cinema, and what had become an open air market. The area has mainly 19th century housing ranging from quaint Victorian architecture cottages to substantially larger Victorian double-fronted houses. There is also a dominant Edwardian architecture toward Woodside Park and Nether Street but with some modern houses, probably built between 1930s and 1960s, towards Friern Barnet. On Friern Barnet Lane there are some mansion style properties and on Tally-Ho corner, a development of luxury Flat (domicile), above the artsdepot with views over Mill Hill and Hertfordshire. There are few Local Authority estates in the area but the largest, and still pleasant, is in Woodside Park where ex-Spice Girls Emma Bunton grew up. The new North Finchley bus station opened in 2004, but closed several months later due to safety issues after a pensioner walked into the shelter through the wrong entrance, was hit by a bus, and died. The bus station was reopened in March 2007 after safety improvements were implemented. They included the addition of a barrier at the exit and a public address system. A week after the reopening, the barriers were declared faulty.{{Citation | last = | first = | author-link = | last2 = | first2 = | author2-link = | title =Incompetence | newspaper =Hendon and Finchley Times | pages = | year = | date = 2007-03-21 |

History

Finchley was created an urban district of Middlesex in 1894. In 1932 it was created as the Municipal Borough of Finchley, but in 1965 the municipal borough was abolished and its area became part of the London Borough of Barnet. North Finchley is a suburb of London in the London Borough of Barnet, situated 7 miles (11.3 km) north-west of Charing Cross. North Finchley is centred on Tally Ho Corner, the junction of the roads to East Finchley, Church End, Barnet, Friern Barnet and Whetstone, London, England. Church End is often known as Finchley Central tube station, due to the name of the tube station. It is primarily a residential and shopping area, with several supermarkets and many restaurants. The artsdepot, a local community arts centre including a gallery, a studio and a theatre, opened on October 23, 2004, in an attempt to revitalise the area and to fill a gap created by the demolition of the Gaumont cinema, and what had become an open air market. The area has mainly 19th century housing ranging from quaint Victorian architecture cottages to substantially larger Victorian double-fronted houses. There is also a dominant Edwardian architecture toward Woodside Park and Nether Street but with some modern houses, probably built between 1930s and 1960s, towards Friern Barnet. On Friern Barnet Lane there are some mansion style properties and on Tally-Ho corner, a development of luxury Flat (domicile), above the artsdepot with views over Mill Hill and Hertfordshire. There are few Local Authority estates in the area but the largest, and still pleasant, is in Woodside Park where ex-Spice Girls Emma Bunton grew up. The new North Finchley bus station opened in 2004, but closed several months later due to safety issues after a pensioner walked into the shelter through the wrong entrance, was hit by a bus, and died. The bus station was reopened in March 2007 after safety improvements were implemented. They included the addition of a barrier at the exit and a public address system. A week after the reopening, the barriers were declared faulty.{{Citation | last = | first = | author-link = | last2 = | first2 = | author2-link = | title =Incompetence | newspaper =Hendon and Finchley Times | pages = | year = | date = 2007-03-21

Geography

{{Geographic Location
|title = '''Neighbouring areas'''
|Northwest = Woodside Park
|North = Whetstone, London
|Northeast = Brunswick Park
|West = West Finchley
|Centre = North Finchley
|East = Friern Barnet
|Southwest = Church End, Barnet
|South = East Finchley
|Southeast = Colney Hatch
}} North Finchley is a suburb of London in the London Borough of Barnet, situated 7 miles (11.3 km) north-west of Charing Cross. North Finchley is centred on Tally Ho Corner, the junction of the roads to East Finchley, Church End, Barnet, Friern Barnet and Whetstone, London, England. Church End is often known as Finchley Central tube station, due to the name of the tube station. It is primarily a residential and shopping area, with several supermarkets and many restaurants. The artsdepot, a local community arts centre including a gallery, a studio and a theatre, opened on October 23, 2004, in an attempt to revitalise the area and to fill a gap created by the demolition of the Gaumont cinema, and what had become an open air market. The area has mainly 19th century housing ranging from quaint Victorian architecture cottages to substantially larger Victorian double-fronted houses. There is also a dominant Edwardian architecture toward Woodside Park and Nether Street but with some modern houses, probably built between 1930s and 1960s, towards Friern Barnet. On Friern Barnet Lane there are some mansion style properties and on Tally-Ho corner, a development of luxury Flat (domicile), above the artsdepot with views over Mill Hill and Hertfordshire. There are few Local Authority estates in the area but the largest, and still pleasant, is in Woodside Park where ex-Spice Girls Emma Bunton grew up. The new North Finchley bus station opened in 2004, but closed several months later due to safety issues after a pensioner walked into the shelter through the wrong entrance, was hit by a bus, and died. The bus station was reopened in March 2007 after safety improvements were implemented. They included the addition of a barrier at the exit and a public address system. A week after the reopening, the barriers were declared faulty.{{Citation | last = | first = | author-link = | last2 = | first2 = | author2-link = | title =Incompetence | newspaper =Hendon and Finchley Times | pages = | year = | date = 2007-03-21 |

Notable people

*Charlie Chester, comedian North Finchley is a suburb of London in the London Borough of Barnet, situated 7 miles (11.3 km) north-west of Charing Cross. North Finchley is centred on Tally Ho Corner, the junction of the roads to East Finchley, Church End, Barnet, Friern Barnet and Whetstone, London, England. Church End is often known as Finchley Central tube station, due to the name of the tube station. It is primarily a residential and shopping area, with several supermarkets and many restaurants. The artsdepot, a local community arts centre including a gallery, a studio and a theatre, opened on October 23, 2004, in an attempt to revitalise the area and to fill a gap created by the demolition of the Gaumont cinema, and what had become an open air market. The area has mainly 19th century housing ranging from quaint Victorian architecture cottages to substantially larger Victorian double-fronted houses. There is also a dominant Edwardian architecture toward Woodside Park and Nether Street but with some modern houses, probably built between 1930s and 1960s, towards Friern Barnet. On Friern Barnet Lane there are some mansion style properties and on Tally-Ho corner, a development of luxury Flat (domicile), above the artsdepot with views over Mill Hill and Hertfordshire. There are few Local Authority estates in the area but the largest, and still pleasant, is in Woodside Park where ex-Spice Girls Emma Bunton grew up. The new North Finchley bus station opened in 2004, but closed several months later due to safety issues after a pensioner walked into the shelter through the wrong entrance, was hit by a bus, and died. The bus station was reopened in March 2007 after safety improvements were implemented. They included the addition of a barrier at the exit and a public address system. A week after the reopening, the barriers were declared faulty.{{Citation | last = | first = | author-link = | last2 = | first2 = | author2-link = | title =Incompetence | newspaper =Hendon and Finchley Times | pages = | year = | date = 2007-03-21

References

North Finchley is a suburb of London in the London Borough of Barnet, situated 7 miles (11.3 km) north-west of Charing Cross. North Finchley is centred on Tally Ho Corner, the junction of the roads to East Finchley, Church End, Barnet, Friern Barnet and Whetstone, London, England. Church End is often known as Finchley Central tube station, due to the name of the tube station. It is primarily a residential and shopping area, with several supermarkets and many restaurants. The artsdepot, a local community arts centre including a gallery, a studio and a theatre, opened on October 23, 2004, in an attempt to revitalise the area and to fill a gap created by the demolition of the Gaumont cinema, and what had become an open air market. The area has mainly 19th century housing ranging from quaint Victorian architecture cottages to substantially larger Victorian double-fronted houses. There is also a dominant Edwardian architecture toward Woodside Park and Nether Street but with some modern houses, probably built between 1930s and 1960s, towards Friern Barnet. On Friern Barnet Lane there are some mansion style properties and on Tally-Ho corner, a development of luxury Flat (domicile), above the artsdepot with views over Mill Hill and Hertfordshire. There are few Local Authority estates in the area but the largest, and still pleasant, is in Woodside Park where ex-Spice Girls Emma Bunton grew up. The new North Finchley bus station opened in 2004, but closed several months later due to safety issues after a pensioner walked into the shelter through the wrong entrance, was hit by a bus, and died. The bus station was reopened in March 2007 after safety improvements were implemented. They included the addition of a barrier at the exit and a public address system. A week after the reopening, the barriers were declared faulty.{{Citation | last = | first = | author-link = | last2 = | first2 = | author2-link = | title =Incompetence | newspaper =Hendon and Finchley Times | pages = | year = | date = 2007-03-21

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Category:Areas of London
Category:Districts of Barnet

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