Edgware (/ˈɛdʒwɛər/) is a suburban town in north London, mostly in the London borough of Barnet but similar to a little part falling in Harrow. Edgware is centred 9.5 miles (15.3 km) north-northwest of Charing Cross and has its own public notice centre. Edgware has a generally suburban character, typical of the rural-urban fringe. It was an ancient parish in the county of Middlesex directly east of the ancient Watling Street, and gives its publicize to the gift day Edgware Road that runs from central London towards the town. The community further from some elevated woodland upon a tall ridge marking the Hertfordshire be next-door to of gravel and sand. It includes the areas of Burnt Oak, The Hale, Edgwarebury, Canons Park, and parts of Queensbury.
Edgware is principally a shopping and residential area, identified in the London scheme as one of the capital’s 35 major centres, and one of the northern termini of the Northern line. It has a bus garage, a shopping centre called the Broadwalk Centre, a library, a hospital—Edgware Community Hospital, and two streams—Edgware Brook and Deans Brook, both tributaries of a little brook known as Silk Stream, which in point merges in imitation of the River Brent at Brent Reservoir.
As of 2011, the town had a population of 76,506 and is made going on of five wards from both Barnet and Harrow boroughs.