E17 encompasses the areas of Walthamstow and Upper Walthamstow in Waltham Forest, East London. Home to members of the pop band with the same name, E17 is a diverse area with a rich history. Walthamstow itself is located just over six miles from Charing Cross, so this is also a conveniently positioned area that is also known as one of 35 major centres in Greater London. There are a number of amenities, facilities, sights and attractions that can be easily reached in and around E17. This includes the Greyhound Stadium, the High Street Market, the William Morris Gallery, and a few miles away, the SEE Studio.
The businesses that have office space in E17 can vary based on which part of E17 you are in. From garages, social clubs and eateries, to business professionals renting out offices, there are many different businesses that are situated here. The Afro Caribbean Elders Association is based in E17 as is the Federation of Small Businesses. The well-known estate agents Strettons have their head offices in E17.
Entertainment And Dining Out
While you can enjoy the local entertainment scene such as traditional East End pubs serving up pub grub and a choice of drinks, you will reach a far wider range of entertainment within just a few miles. This includes the Stoke Newington International Airport theatre and the Rio Cinema if you want to enjoy the latest blockbuster. You can enjoy a good choice of eateries in the area, from fast food joints and pub food at one of the locals to the world cuisine that can be found just a few miles away. Enjoy Spanish cuisine at the Orford Saloon, treat yourself to elegant dining at Hadley House or sample Turkish dishes at Testi.
There are a number of tube and railways stations that serve E17, which helps to make getting around easier and more convenient. This includes Walthamstow Central and Blackhorse Road tube stations, Walthamstow Central and Wood Street railway stations. You can also gain easy access to bus and taxi services in E17 if you are looking for alternative means of transport. Walthamstow Queens Road and St James Street railway stations add additional links to the list of mainline rail services available in E17.