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The quiet suburb of Stanmore rests between Edgware and Harrow in North West London. It is close to junction 4 on the M1, and is the last stop on the Jubilee line. Stanmore is home to some of the most magnificent historical manor houses and some of the most beautiful Georgian houses too. It also features large 1920’s & 1930’s detached houses & bungalows among a number of modern flats built over the past few decades.
Activities in Stanmore
Watch a football game at The Hive Stadium – home of Barnet FC. Have a old-fashioned bowling game with your friends & family at Lava Lane’s. Make a historic visit to the Bentley Priory Museum to lean about the Battle of Britain & see some of Bentley’s vintage aircraft’s. Aspire – a rehabilitation centre, on Wood Lane, has a swimming pool open to the public. Golf is popular, with two clubs: Stanmore Golf Club in Gordon Avenue and Hartsbourne Country Club in Bushey Heath.
Restaurants in Stanmore
The area also features a variety of restaurants such as Pizza Express & Prezzo for the Italian lovers, Sahara Lounge for the middle eastern delights and Everest Abercorn for spicy Indian. It is host to a number of cafeterias such as Cafe Nero & Costa.
The newly refurbished Madonna Halley Hotel features an Aegean garden bar & restaurant that is worth a visit. The Madonna Halley Hotel is ideal has a licence to hold civil ceremonies making it the ideal venue for weddings, conferences, parties and other social events.
Schools in Stanmore
Almost all of Stanmore’s primary & secondary schools are judged ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted. Below we have listed the schools in and around Stanmore along with their Ofsted ranking. Click on the school ‘name’ to see important facts and figures about the school such as:
• Ofsted Report
• Number of pupils
• Age Range
• Pupil/Teacher Ratio
• % of Pupils achieving Level 4 or Level 5 in maths, reading and writing
• Happiness Rating
• Average Point Score for Key Stage 2
• Boarding Type
• Scholarship Status
• Pupils first language not English