Located in the borough of the same name, Redbridge is a London district in the town of Ilford. The district gets its name from the colour of a distinctive bridge that stood over the River Roding. Today, Redbridge is best known for being close to major London landmarks like William Morris Gallery, Epping Forest and Queen Elizabeth’s Hunting Lodge. Trinity Buoy Wharf is quite close to the area while Hackney City Farm and Mudchute Park & Farm are also within easy reach.
Redbridge is home to a number of small businesses including home and garden design, security agencies, self defence coaching centres, accountants, financial service providers, courier services and furniture makers. Tanglewood Holdings and Mosscope Limited have head offices in Redbridge. There are also a number of event management companies, management consultancies as well as website design firms that have taken up office space in Redbridge.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Redbridge offers a range of entertainment within easy reach, such as Hackney Empire for fans of the performing arts. Brick Lane Music Hall is a massive live music venue while IndigO2 and the British Music Experience are part of the overall live music and performance package that the nearby O2 Arena has to offer. From stand up comedy to live bands and stage acts, there is something for everyone in Redbridge. Eating out in and around Redbridge allows you to taste food from various part of the world. Provender brings French cooking to Redbridge while Zizzi is all about traditional Italian food. There is East Asian cuisine at Purple Thai and celebrity chef, Jamie Oliver, has his Jamie’s Italian restaurant in the surrounding area.
The district is connected to the rest of London via a large network of buses and taxis. There is also a direct link to the Underground with Redbridge tube station offering connectivity from the centre of the district and Wanstead tube station just a short distance away.