List of districts in the London Borough of Barnet

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The London Borough of Barnet ( Loudspeaker.svg pronunciation  ) is a London borough in North London and forms part of Outer London. It borders Hertfordshire to the north and five other London boroughs: Harrow and Brent to the west, Camden and Haringey to the south-east and Enfield to the east.


Postcode areas in Barnet are EN, HA, N, and NW.


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Barnet within Greater London
Town/District/Village/HamletPost townPostcode areaNotes
Arkley Barnet,
Barnet BarnetEN, NWAlso called Chipping Barnet or High Barnet
Barnet Gate LondonNW
Brent Cross LondonNW
Brunswick Park LondonN
Burnt Oak EdgwareHAAlso partly in Brent and Harrow
Childs Hill LondonNW
Church End LondonNAlso called Finchley Central
Cockfosters LondonNAlso partly in Enfield
Colindale LondonNWAlso partly in Brent
Colney Hatch LondonN
Cricklewood LondonNWAlso partly in Brent and Camden
East Barnet BarnetEN
East Finchley LondonN
Edgware EdgwareHAAlso partly in Harrow
Finchley LondonN
Friern Barnet LondonN
Golders Green LondonNW
Grahame Park LondonNW
The Hale London,
Hampstead Garden Suburb LondonN, NW
Hendon LondonNW
The Hyde LondonNW
Mill Hill LondonNW
Monken Hadley BarnetEN
Muswell Hill LondonNMostly in Haringey
New Barnet BarnetEN
New Southgate LondonNAlso partly in Enfield
North Finchley LondonN
Oakleigh Park London,
Osidge LondonN
Southgate LondonNAlso partly in Enfield
Temple Fortune LondonNW
Totteridge LondonN
West Hendon LondonNW
Whetstone LondonN
Woodside Park LondonN

Electoral wards

Brunswick Park, Burnt Oak, Childs Hill, Colindale, Coppetts, East Barnet, East Finchley, Edgware, Finchley Church End, Garden Suburb, Golders Green, Hale, Hendon, High Barnet, Mill Hill, Oakleigh, Totteridge, Underhill, West Finchley, West Hendon, Woodhouse.

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