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By tube and foot
For people on foot, it is a pleasant 10-minute walk down the hill from Highgate village along Fitzroy Park. Alternatively, it is a 25-30 minute walk up the hill from the most convenient tube station, Kentish Town; or a 20-minute walk from the nearest overground train station, Gospel Oak. In practice, anyone arriving at Kentish Town tube station best catches the 214 bus towards Highgate village, alight at Merton Lane and take a 7 to 8-minute walk to the club.

By car
Drivers need to use Merton Lane or Millfield Lane (marked in red) to reach the club in Fitzroy Park. There is a locked barrier blocking the entrance to Fitzroy Park at the Grove. Set your sat nav to N6 6HT
The club has a large car park with step-free access to the green and the clubhouse.

By taxi
AP Cars, (local minicab) 020 8340 2111,
One-Number Taxi (Black Cabs) 0871 871 8710

2 free mobile apps to contact minicabs - Kabbee, Uber

By bus
214 – Finsbury Square / Highgate School via Kentish Town – alight at Merton Lane
These three routes take you to Highgate, from where you can walk down Fitzroy Park:
143 - Archway / Brent Cross
210 - Finsbury Park / Brent Cross
271 - Highgate / Finsbury Square


NLBC birds eye view
Come on in ..... welcoming new bowlers since 1891.
Come on in ..... welcoming new bowlers since 1891.
The Clubhouse
The Clubhouse
Drive to our large carpark
Drive to our large carpark
Car park for 50 cars
Car park for 50 cars
welcome to86
Front of Kenwood House
Front view of Kenwood House
Small pond on Hampstead Heath
Kenwood House on a sunny day
Kenwood House on a sunny day

Places of interest: Highgate Village. Hampstead Heath,Kenwood, Highgate Cemetery, Waterlow Park, Lauderdale House, Parliament Hill, The Flask Inn, The Gatehouse,  Dukes HeadAngel Inn.

Birds eye view
Panorama of car park, March 2016