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Chinese Bento Takeaway Box in North London - Dim Sum House offer Chinese Bento Takeaway Box for areas including Cricklewood, East Finchley, Finchley Central, Golders Green, Hendon, Hampstead, Highgate. http://www.dimsumhouse.co.uk/bento-box/area

Chinese Takeaway, Restaurant, All You Can Eat for North London including Golders Green

It’s a favourite day trip destination for many families, but even a few hours in the City can cost a fortune, so today, I’m going to share with a really quick list of our favourite things to do with the children in London that are free or almost free to enjoy.

Things to do for free in London

Things to do for free in London with kids. Save money and keep the kids entertained while you're visiting London.

Rent in N3 - Finchley: Finchley Central, Finchley Church End

Rent in - Finchley: Finchley Central, Finchley Church End

Art Deco, London, Southgate Tube Station designed by Holden, 1933.  Photo by Markus via Flickr.

Art Deco Southgate Tube Station, London, England designed by Holden, photo by Markus

FINCHLEY CENTRAL TUBE STATION | FINCHLEY | BARNET | LONDON | ENGLAND: *London Underground: Northern Line*

London Underground's Northern Line at Finchley Central station. The train on the left has just left the station heading southwards towards Central London. The train on the right is approaching the station on its way towards.

The Chronicles of Narnia; Jill Pole; Peter Pevensie; Edmund Pevensie

The Chronicles of Narnia; Edmund Pevensie>> Eustace would totally be there too, though

#buttons "Pearly Kings and Queens, known as pearlies, are an organised charitable tradition of working class culture in London, England. The practice of wearing clothes decorated with pearl buttons originated in the 19th century. It is first associated with Henry Croft, an orphan street sweeper who collected money for charity. In 1911 an organised pearly society was formed in Finchley, north London. Each group is associated with a church in central London and works to raise money for…

Pearly King and Queen- Pearly Kings and Queens, known as pearlies, are an organised charitable tradition of working class culture in London, England. The practice of wearing clothes decorated with pearl buttons originated in the century.

#buttons "Pearly Kings and Queens, known as pearlies, are an organised charitable tradition of working class culture in London, England. The practice of wearing clothes decorated with pearl buttons originated in the 19th century. It is first associated with Henry Croft, an orphan street sweeper who collected money for charity. In 1911 an organised pearly society was formed in Finchley, north London. Each group is associated with a church in central London and works to raise money for…

The privilege of becoming a Pearlie King or Queen gets passed down from generation to generation. These little children would one day move up from Pearlie Prince/Princess, to King and Queen on the passing of the elder.

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