Church End is a small locality in Finchley that is often referred to as Finchley Church End. This suburban part of North London was named in 1683 as a result of being close to St. Mary’s Church. Avenue House and Sternberg Centre are major landmarks in the area while Finchley Church End also has a public library. The area is also close to College Farm, while nearby Victoria Park plays host to the famous Finchley Carnival every year in July.
Finchley Church End is an area where offices to let have been taken by a variety of businesses. Computer software development firms, catering companies, glazing services, builders and building material suppliers, health practitioners, financial service providers and commodity brokers are among those based here. Desire Art, Colletts Travel Ltd, Silver Image London and Carmel are all businesses which operate within the area.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Finchley Church End offers all kinds of entertainment with places like the Greyhound pub. Wembley Arena is just a short commute away while the Sunny Hill Park provides a unique setting for a relaxing walk. For foodies, there are many restaurants serving all kinds of cuisine in Finchley Church End. Izgara offers superb Turkish food to its patrons while a search for award-winning fish & chips ends at Two Brothers Fish Restaurant. There are many pizzerias and bakeries in the vicinity while restaurants like La Fiesta and Solly’s offer Kosher Jewish food options.
Finchley Central and West Finchley tube stations offer connectivity to the rest of London via the underground network. While there are no mainline stations in the immediate area, over ground transportation is convenient and easy to access using the reliable bus services in the area and readily available taxi services.