A cafe near in Hampstead has applied for a licence to serve alcohol.

Ginger and White cafe in Perrins Court, Hampstead, has applied to Camden Council for a premises licence to serve alcohol.

The cafe, typically open from 7.30am until 5.30pm daily, is located around 23 minutes from Hampstead Heath, a popular leisure spot.

Under the Licensing Act 2003, notice has been given that Ginger and White has applied to the council to sell alcohol.

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Anyone who wishes to make a representation to Camden Council in regard to this application must give notice in writing no later than November 30 this year, the terms state.

Feedback opened on November 9 and closes on Novemeber 30.

The register of applications can be viewed online by visiting the council's website.

You can find more information on the notice here.

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