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NW2 is one of several postcode districts in northwest London that comprises several areas such as Cricklewood, Dollis Hill and Childs Hill. Small portions of Willesden and Neasden are also located within NW2. It is quite a unique postal area in that it is situated in 3 different London Boroughs. Its most eastern portion falls under the Borough of Barnet, its most western part is the Borough of Brent and the south eastern portion comes under the local authority of the Borough of Camden. The area is home to people of varying nationalities who have added to the local business and trade significantly. An award winning garden is located in the vicinity called Mapesbury Dell and attracts thousands of visitors each year, as does the nearby Wembley Stadium.
The sheer number of retail spaces in the vicinity makes the area a shopper’s delight. You will find everything from furniture stores, sound equipment installation and rental shops, stationery suppliers, clothing boutiques, footwear sellers, florists, pharmacies and shops selling novelty items in the locality. Larger businesses such as real estate agents, training providers, packagers, refurbishment contractors and professional photographers also rent serviced offices in the district.
Entertainment And Dining Out
The Tricycle Theatre and Everyman Cinema Club are ideal entertainment venues for those of you who are in the mood for watching international artists perform. If you’re seeking alternative evening entertainment, you can make your way to one of the numerous pubs or bars in the area such as The Queensbury and Harlem. The dining options in the area might make it difficult to pick out where to eat. Nautilus is known for its fish dishes and other seafood, whereas Sushi-Say serves delectable Japanese cuisine.
Willesden Green and Kilburn tube stations are the closest on the underground network, with access to the Jubilee line. London Overground services can be accessed through Brondesbury Station, which is a short walk away. Cricklewood Station is the chief stop on the mainline railway network, with easy connectivity to Luton Airport and other destinations in the city. Numerous road and bus routes also serve the area well.