Important Notice Regarding Delivery:

We have been advised by Royal Mail & Parcelforce that their delivery services will be disrupted by industrial action on the following dates: Saturday 1st October 2022 so this is going to disrupt the delivery of some orders.

More about this scene

This lovely village extends from Highwood Hill to the north to Mill Hill East underground station in the south. This view across the pond towards the rather miserable brick church is standard artist's stuff, but the buildings, including Mill Hill School, some of 1825, Belmont of 1773, by James Paine junior, the Missionary Institute of 1778 by John Johnson, who designed Leicester's County Rooms, along with any smaller buildings, should be seen by wandering at leisure from the underground station northwards to the attractive Rising Sun pub, and on again via Totteridge village to High Barnet underground station, a distance of about five miles.

Other Memories from Mill Hill

I have few memories of my primary school which was in a private house in Croft Close a turning off of Marsh Lane, but I do remember being very happy there. This was during the latter war years. However I had a very bad experience at the first private junior school I attended. This was St Georges in Flower Lane, Mill Hill Broadway in 1945 and my father was still in the army. The head ...see more

Added 27 November 2021
Not long after the completion of Worcester Crescent and Bedford Road, the construction of Ramillies Road I had acquired a large number of new friends, all boys. My parents had moved from Woodford Essex to 52 Worcester Crescent just before my first birthday and the outbreak of WW2 in 1939. The house was a new John Laings build. By the early 1950s my summers were taken up by playing Cricket for Mill Hill Village ...see more

Added 27 November 2021
We moved to 52 Worcester Crescent, Mill Hill early in 1939 not long before the outbreak of the war. I am now 83 but I can clearly remember the bomb crater at the bottom of Ramillies Road. If you come from Bedford Road the crater was on the right not very far up, about where numbers 6,8 and 10 Ramillies now stand. This filled with water naturally and I remember Mum and Dad having a ...see more

Added 16 November 2021
Anyone know the origin of the seals on the side of the buildings at Apex corner The Apex Corner seals in Mill Hill and some pics to show where. I collated more details on my blog - Can you solve the mystery of the Apex Corner Seals in Mill Hill? Find out all about them here -

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