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Oakleigh Park is a loosely defined area in the north of the London Borough of Barnet. It adjoins Whetstone, London, and is often regarded either as part of that or of East Barnet. However it has its own identity and its own railway station. The principal road is Oakleigh Road North. Turnings off this road include Oakleigh Park North, Oakleigh Avenue and Oakleigh Park South. There is also a small shopping parade on Netherlands Road just to the north of the railway station. The name is a relatively modern invention, the station being called that when it opened in 1873.

Geography

{{Geographic Location
|title = '''Neighbouring areas'''
|Northwest = High Barnet
|North = New Barnet
|Northeast = East Barnet
|West = Whetstone, London
|Centre = Oakleigh Park
|East = Osidge
|Southwest = North Finchley
|South = Friern Barnet
|Southeast = Brunswick Park
}} Oakleigh Park is a loosely defined area in the north of the London Borough of Barnet. It adjoins Whetstone, London, and is often regarded either as part of that or of East Barnet. However it has its own identity and its own railway station. The principal road is Oakleigh Road North. Turnings off this road include Oakleigh Park North, Oakleigh Avenue and Oakleigh Park South. There is also a small shopping parade on Netherlands Road just to the north of the railway station. The name is a relatively modern invention, the station being called that when it opened in 1873.

Transport links

Bus
Transport for London bus route London buses route 383 stops directly outside Oakleigh Park railway station, as well as operating a Hail and Ride service along Netherlands Road and Oakleigh Park North/Athenaeum Road. Buses run towards Barnet (the Spires) or towards Woodside Park tube station, every 30 minutes Mondays to Saturdays except late evenings. There is currently no service on this route on Sundays or public holidays.

Railway station
* Oakleigh Park railway station - First Capital Connect

Tube station
Nearby:
* Totteridge and Whetstone tube station - Northern Line Oakleigh Park is a loosely defined area in the north of the London Borough of Barnet. It adjoins Whetstone, London, and is often regarded either as part of that or of East Barnet. However it has its own identity and its own railway station. The principal road is Oakleigh Road North. Turnings off this road include Oakleigh Park North, Oakleigh Avenue and Oakleigh Park South. There is also a small shopping parade on Netherlands Road just to the north of the railway station. The name is a relatively modern invention, the station being called that when it opened in 1873.

Schools

Primary
* All Saints
* Sacred Heart Oakleigh Park is a loosely defined area in the north of the London Borough of Barnet. It adjoins Whetstone, London, and is often regarded either as part of that or of East Barnet. However it has its own identity and its own railway station. The principal road is Oakleigh Road North. Turnings off this road include Oakleigh Park North, Oakleigh Avenue and Oakleigh Park South. There is also a small shopping parade on Netherlands Road just to the north of the railway station. The name is a relatively modern invention, the station being called that when it opened in 1873.

The Betjeman connection

In John Betjeman’s poem, ‘The Outer Suburbs’ (1932), there is a reference to Oakleigh Park as ‘Oakley Park’: ‘The weary walk from Oakley Park/Through the soft suburban dark’. This is not a spelling that occurs elsewhere, but may be personal idiosyncrasy, rather than a simple mistake, given that Betjeman was, at the time, a schoolmaster in the area. (It could possibly be childhood association. The Betjemans became acquainted with a family called Oakley during holidays in Cornwall. The person universally associated with that name – the American sharp-shooter, Annie Oakley, who died in 1926 – also spelt her name thus.) Oakleigh Park is a loosely defined area in the north of the London Borough of Barnet. It adjoins Whetstone, London, and is often regarded either as part of that or of East Barnet. However it has its own identity and its own railway station. The principal road is Oakleigh Road North. Turnings off this road include Oakleigh Park North, Oakleigh Avenue and Oakleigh Park South. There is also a small shopping parade on Netherlands Road just to the north of the railway station. The name is a relatively modern invention, the station being called that when it opened in 1873.

References

Category:Areas of London
Category:Districts of Barnet

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