Wood Green is a district in north London, England, located in the London Borough of Haringey. It is situated 6.7 miles (10.8 km) north of Charing Cross. The area is identified in the London Plan as one of the metropolitan centres in Greater London.
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... The Mall Wood Green is a large shopping centre and residential complex in Wood Green, North London ... It is generally still referred to by its former name of Wood Green Shopping City the signage on the building still uses that name ... The centre and the adjoining shops on Wood Green High Road constitute the commercial hub of Haringey and its surrounding areas ...
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... Wood Green was originally a clearing in the dense forests of oak, ash and beech that covered most of what is now North London ... Lane would have begun as a track running through the forest from the clearing at Wood Green to Ermine Street, the main Roman road from London to the north east ... On this map the majority of the lane (from Chapmans Green to Tottenham High Road) is called Berry Lane although its modern name was recorded in 1526 ...
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“There was an old man lived out in the wood,
His trade was a-cutting of Broom, green Broom;
He had but one son without thrift, without good,
Who lay in his bed till twas noon, bright noon.”
—Unknown. Broom, Green Broom (l. 14)
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