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London Borough of Camden

The London Borough of Camden is an inner-London borough created in 1965 to replaced the former Metropolitan Boroughs of Hampstead, Holborn, and St Pancras.

London Borough of Camden
Population:198,000 (2001)
Ethnicity:73% white, 6% bangla, 6% african
Formerly:Hampstead, Holborn, St Pancras
Villages:Camden Town, Kentish Town
Kings Cross
Neighbours:Barnet, Brent, City
Islington, Haringey, Westminster
Stations:Euston, Kings cross, St Pancras
MPs:Glenda Jackson, Frank Dobson
GLA:Barnet and Camden

Table of contents
1 General
2 Demographics of Camden
3 Attractions of Camden
4 Secondary Schools
5 External link


The area is in the north side of the city,reaching from Holborn and Bloomsbury in the south to Hampstead Heath in the north. Neighbouring areas are the City of Westminster and the City of London to the south, Brent to the west, Barnet and Haringey to the north and Islington to the east.

Camden's town hall is located on Euston Road near Kings Cross.

Areas included in the borough are:

Demographics of Camden

The 2001 census gives Camden a population of 198,000. Camden is 73% white, 6% Bangladeshi and 6% black African. 35% of householders are owner-occupiers.

Attractions of Camden

Secondary Schools

External link