Who lives in Finchley N3 and Church End?
The Finchley and Church End area is another part of London with a slightly older demographic. Just under two thirds of the local population is aged 30 or over. About the same proportion of local homes are either one-person households or couples without children but over a quarter of homes are couples with children, which is markedly above the London average. Just under two thirds of the population describe themselves as associate professionals, professionals, managers or directors with average income being about a quarter higher than London as a whole. This part of London has a very significant Jewish community accounting for almost a third of local residents, which is over a quarter higher than the London average. Famous residents past and present include Charles Dickens, Margaret Thatcher (who represented the area as an MP), Spike Milligan and George Michael.
What is the character of Finchley and Church End?
Finchley is another Middlesex town which was absorbed into Greater London in the late 20th Century. The area is believed to have been settled by the 11th century and steadily grew in size and reputation, although not necessarily good reputation. The area was notorious for highwaymen until they were essentially put out of business by the arrival of the railway in the late 19th century. The railway brought a different sort of fugitive – people who worked in the city but yearned for fresh air and greenery. This is largely the appeal of the area today. Although the number of domestic gardens is a smidgen below the London average, this is more than counterbalanced by the fact that the number of green spaces is massively higher. Some of these green spaces are used for sports and in particular the area has well-known football and rugby teams and a highly-respected golf course. For those less interested in sports there are a number of quality cultural and entertainment venues.
How can you help me with leaflet distribution in Finchley N3 and Church End?
Firstly we offer our TPP proprietary mapping system. Although Finchley and Church End are highly affluent areas, about a third of householders fall into a less affluent category. Cost effective leaflet delivery in Finchley and Church End means removing the areas in which they live from delivery runs. It also means keeping up to date with developments in the area so that any new affluent developments are added promptly.
We also guarantee perfect delivery of every leaflet, every time.
All customers are offered free access to our TPP Mercury system to allow them to keep track of which operative is delivering their leaflets, where and when.
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