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This charming area of inner North London falls within the Borough of Camden and nestles at the south of beautiful, wind-swept Hampstead Heath. It has the enchanting feel of an urban village and what’s more, it’s an easy place from which to reach the centre. Popular with families, thanks to a number of schools in the vicinity, it’s also beloved by people from the worlds of arts and entertainment, including Sinead O’Connor who issued an EP named after the area in 1997.
While you’re here, you’ll also discover that there’s plenty of gay massage. Gospel Oak’s simply got it going on. But where did it get that pretty name from? Well, the answer is that it’s named after a real oak tree where parishioners would meet to listen to gospel readings back when the area was still countryside. The tree stood at the very boundary of St. Pancras and Hampstead. Alas, after 1801, there is no record of the tree still standing, so it seems that in all likelihood it was felled despite its historical and cultural importance. Aren’t people short-sighted? Still, at least the tree lives on in folklore.
The area is currently within a Labour seat, so you can be sure that people here are of a liberal bent. If you’re planning to come and check out the place, then you’ll probably arrive using the London Overground network, but there are also buses by the dozen. For the Tube, you’ll need to alight at Tufnell Park. You’ll be in good company because over the years, people who’ve called this district home include Michael Palin, George Orwell, John Betjeman and Jerome K Jerome. When the time comes to try gay massage, Gospel Oak won’t disappoint. You’ll find an appealing gallery of good-looking and fully-trained masseurs all at your fingertips.