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The NW postcode area refers to the north west district of London. NW7 specifically refers to Mill Hill and Arkley in the London Borough of Barnet. Mill Hill is a suburb located roughly nine miles north west of Charing Cross in central London. Before it became part of London it was actually within the historical county of Middlesex and consists of Mill Hill Broadway; Mill Hill Village; and Mill Hill East. Mill Hill Broadway is relatively newly developed and has therefore become the central hub of the area. The are is bounded by Green Belt land making it particularly beautiful and has the quirky record of having the shortest high street in London at just one hundred metres long. Like many outlying suburbs in the past, it was used as a country retreat by Londoners wanting to get away from the smog and bustle of the city. There is an abundance of infant and junior schools in the area, as well as Secondary. James Murray, the renowned lexicographer, started work on the first Oxford English Dictionary in 1879 whilst teaching at Mill Hill School, and even had a building built within the school that he called his scriptorium. The University of London Observatory also resides in Mill Hill and is used by University College London as a teaching observatory for the Department of Physics and Astronomy.
Arkley is a village to the north west of Charing Cross and is one of the highest settlements in London being 482 feet above sea level. It also happens to be home to one of the oldest Windmills in England.
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