Established 1982

Getting To Us

As a result of being situated within a Low Traffic Neighbourhood (LTN), we would like to inform you that, in adherence to the regulations, it is now prohibited to travel by car from one end of Stoke Newington Church Street (High Street) to the other (Green Lanes). The LTN initiative is a part of our commitment to promoting sustainable mobility and reducing carbon emissions.

Hackney Council has informed us that our customers who need to visit us by car to either deliver or collect instruments can do so outside our shop. Though there are double yellow lines, you are allowed to park and load or unload your items for up to 20 minutes.

However, it is important to note that if a traffic warden sees your car parked with no activity, they may issue a ticket. To avoid this, we suggest keeping track of your time and ensuring you are not parked for longer than 20 minutes.


If you do happen to receive a ticket, we are happy to provide support in proving that you were parked for no longer than the allowed time. We understand that traveling with instruments can be a hassle, which is why we want to make the process as smooth as possible for our customers.

Getting to Us from Green Lanes or Albion Road

When travelling to our store, it's important to note that if you're coming from the West-to-East direction, specifically from Green Lanes or Albion Road, we've got you covered. You can easily stop outside our shop for a duration of 20 minutes, as mentioned above. Alternatively, if you're looking for a more long-term parking solution, you can opt for pay and display parking, which is available in the side streets running off Stoke Newington Church Street.

Our team always aims to make your journey to our store as convenient and hassle-free as possible, so feel free to reach out to us for any queries.

Getting to us from Stoke Newington High Street

If you are approaching us from Stoke Newington High Street in an East-to-West direction, we understand that finding a parking spot can be a daunting task. However, we would like to suggest a couple of options that could make your visit to us much more convenient. One option is to park in the pay and display car park located in Wilmer Place. Alternatively, you can search for pay and display parking spaces in the side streets that run off Stoke Newington Church Street. Either way, we are confident that you will find a suitable parking spot. If you are driving towards the Lion pub, please note that the turnaround to get back to the High Street is located on Marton Road.

We hope this information helps make your visit to us a hassle-free experience.


Low Traffic Neighbourhood

Hackney Council and Transport for London have implemented changes to the traffic flow in Stoke Newington Church Street, as part of their ambitious plan to rebuild and create a greener Hackney, while improving air quality, and supporting locals after the pandemic. This initiative has also been introduced in Islington, with plans to extend it throughout London.

As a result of these changes, Stoke Newington Church Street has now been divided into two segments, with distinct markings, to promote a cleaner, greener, and safer environment. These changes will have a positive impact on air quality, encourage cycling and walking, and support local businesses as the borough slowly emerges from the pandemic.

If you are planning on getting to this area, there are various means of transportation available to you. You can hop on a bus or take the overground, as Stoke Newington Church Street is located near several bus stops and railway stations. Alternatively, you can take a leisurely stroll or bike ride and enjoy the new traffic flow system in place.

In summary, the changes to the traffic flow system in Stoke Newington Church Street represent a positive and exciting step towards a greener and more sustainable future for Hackney and the rest of London.

Whether you choose to walk, cycle, or take public transportation, there are many ways to get here and take in the new and improved surroundings.



Directions to Bridgewood & Neitzert in London:

  • Address: 146 Stoke Newington Church Street, London, N16 0JU
  • Opening hours: Monday to Friday 9 am to 6 pm, Saturday 10 am to 6 pm
  • Telephone: +44 (0)207 2499398
  • Website:

By car:

  • From the north, take the A106 to Stoke Newington Church Street.
  • From the south, take the A12 to Stoke Newington Church Street, Albion Road B104 from Newington Green, or Green Lanes A 105 from Newington Green (South) or Wood Green (North).
  • There is paid parking available in Wilmer Place, or on the side streets running off Stoke Newington Church Street.

By public transportation:

  • The nearest tube station is Manor House, Arsenal or Angel Islington, British Rail Stoke Newington, or the Canonbury North London Line.
  • There are also several bus routes that stop near Bridgewood & Neitzert, including the 73, 236, 393, 476, 243, 276, 277, 349, and N25. The 73, 393, and 476 all travel down Stoke Newington Church Street.

By bike:

  • There are several bike racks located near Bridgewood & Neitzert.
  • You can also cycle along Stoke Newington Church Street, which is a designated cycle route.
  • The nearest bus stops are Stoke Newington Church Street and Lordship Lane.