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History of Fartown.

The earliest record of a football match being played in the Huddersfield area is in 1848, when a team of men from Hepworth took on a team of men from Holmfirth near Whinney Bank in Holmfirth. Hepworth won a ...

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Club Honours

The club's first cup victory was in the 1889-90 season when the Yorkshire Cup was won for the first time.

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Directions

The Hive
Camrose Avenue
Edgware
HA8 6AG
Tel: 020 8381 3800

By Road
From the North M1

Exit at Junction 4 of the M1 on to the A41 toward Harrow/Edgware
At the roundabout take the 3rd exit onto Spur Road/A410 At the next roundabout turn left on to the A5
After 300 metres turn right at the traffic lights on to Camrose Avenue
Continue straight along Camrose Avenue and The Hive will be on your right just after the width restriction.

From the North A1

At Apex Corner roundabout take the 2nd exit onto Selvage Lane/A5109 signposted Edgware Continue through 2 roundabouts on to Dean's Lane
At the next roundabout take the 3rd exit onto Deansbrook Road/A5109
Go straight over the traffic lights on to Camrose Avenue.
Continue straight along Camrose Avenue and The Hive will be on your right just after the width restriction.

From the West M40

From the M40 continue on to Western Avenue / A40
At Hanger Lane roundabout take the 2nd exit on to A406
Take the 1st exit left at Staples Corner roundabout onto the A5 / Edgware Road.
Follow the A5 straight for 3 miles
Turn left onto Camrose Avenue Continue straight along Camrose Avenue and The Hive will be on your right just after the width restriction.

From the South A5

The A5 runs from Marble Arch in central London all the way north to Stanmore.
Drive straight all the way to Burnt Oak and turn left on to Camrose Avenue.
Continue straight along Camrose Avenue and The Hive will be on your right just after the width restriction.

By Bus

The 340, 186 and 79 all run from Edgware Station to Canons Park.
You can also take the 288 and 688 from Edgware Station to Camrose Avenue.
Coming from West of The Hive you can take the 114 and get off at Turner Road. It is then a short walk up to Camrose Avenue .

By Tube

Canons Park Underground Station on the Jubilee Line is a five minute walk from The Hive. Turn left out the station on Whitchurch Lane and after a couple hundred feet the pedestrian entrance to The Hive will be on your right.
Queensbury Underground Station, also on the Jubilee Line, is a 10 minute walk from The Hive. Turn left out the station on to Turner Road. Walk to the end of the road, turn right and the entrance to The Hive will be across the road.
Edgware Underground Station on the Northern Line is about a one mile walk to The Hive. See below for a list of buses running from Edgware Station to The Hive.
Please check for planned tube closures with TFL before travelling on weekends.

Map

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Stadium plan

Parking

 

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Good Drinking

From meliferra, a London supporter:

"Barnet is great, plenty of decent pubs, but the Hive isn't in Barnet, it's next to Canons Park tube which is 6 miles from Barnet.

"About 15min walk from Edgware which has a couple of ok pubs like the Wishing Well and Change of Hart plus a decent number of restaurants. There is a fairly popular bar next to Canons Park called Moranos. Otherwise it's Wetherspoon pubs at Stanmore and Kingsbury which are one stop on the tube away or drinking at Bakers street before getting the Jubilee line to the ground.

"The 3 bars in the Hive are decent. The food in the main bar is good."

From Footbal Gound Guide:

There is the Hive Bar at the stadium but this is for home fans only. However alcohol is made available to away supporters inside the stadium, in both the seating and terraced areas. The nearest pub is Moranos on Station Road, only a short walk from Canons Park Underground Station. However although it does show Sky Sports it is quite a small bar and may be not suitable for large groups of fans.

Quite close to Kingsbury Tube Station there is a Wetherpoons pub called JJ Moons (which will be familiar to many who have travelled to Wembley Stadium which is not far away). If travelling on the Jubilee Line from Central London, then Kingsbury is only two stops before Canons Park. The address of the pub is 553 Kingsbury Road. Simply turn left out of the station and the pub is down on the left.

An alternative may be to park at Stanmore, where there are more pubs to be found including a Wetherspoons outlet called 'The Man in the Moon' on Buckingham Parade. You can then get the tube from Stanmore to go one stop to Canons Park.

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