A collection of postcode districts in the heart of London, England, is referred to as the WC (Western Central) postcode area or simply the London WC postcode region. A very tiny portion of the City of London is included in the high-density development region, along with portions of the London boroughs of Camden and Islington and the City of Westminster. Having been created in 1917, the WC1 and WC2 postcode districts are relatively new. Districts with letter suffixes are frequently eliminated when they are used for purposes other than mail sorting, such as for geographic reference and on street signs. The post towns of WC1 and WC2 are located in London. They made up the WC postal district prior to its creation in 1917. They don’t use any postally recognized localities. Between 1990 and 2007, this postcode area underwent no significant recoding. Post Offices can be found in WC1 at Aldwych and Strand, as well as at Grays Inn, Marchmont Street, Southampton Row, High Holborn, and a close parallel New Oxford Street. The London Post Office Railway’s New Oxford Street stop is where the Western Central District Office is located. West of Farringdon Road, at Mount Pleasant Mail Centre, is where the area’s deliveries are made.
Postcode district Post town Coverage Local authority area(s)
WC1A LONDON New Oxford Street Camden
WC1B LONDON Bloomsbury, British Museum, Southampton Row Camden
WC1E LONDON Birkbeck College, University College London, SOAS Camden
WC1H LONDON St Pancras, UCL Institute of Education Camden
WC1N LONDON Russell Square, Great Ormond Street Camden
WC1R LONDON Gray’s Inn Camden
WC1V LONDON High Holborn Camden, City of London
WC1X LONDON Kings Cross, Finsbury (west), Clerkenwell (north) Camden, Islington
WC2A LONDON Lincoln’s Inn Fields, Royal Courts of Justice, Chancery Lane Camden, Westminster, City of London
WC2B LONDON Drury Lane, Kingsway, Aldwych Camden, Westminster
WC2E LONDON Covent Garden Westminster
WC2H LONDON Leicester Square, St. Giles Camden, Westminster
WC2N LONDON Charing Cross Westminster
WC2R LONDON Somerset House, Temple (west) Westminster
Forest & Ray provides dental services not far from London WC postcode district. A surgical tooth extraction procedure means that oral surgery needs to be performed in order to extract the given tooth. We deliver painless treatment and a qualified team, regardless of age or condition.
At Forest & Ray we consider that the aim of dentistry is to preserve, regenerate, and protect teeth, so that they may fulfill their very important functions of biting and chewing food, aiding in a beautiful appearance, and helping speech for as long as physically possible.
Besides correcting teeth that are crooked, gapped, or crowded, clear aligners also correct abnormal bite functions when the upper and lower jaws fail to come together properly. But more importantly for adults, they are transparent trays almost noticeable. We have payment plans at Forest and Ray if you need invisible aligners.
At Forest & Ray we ensure to help you to the best of our ability. If you place your trust in us, we will make sure you achieve your goals and maintain oral hygiene to the maximum of its capacity. Regardless of any age or condition, we promise painless treatments and a professional team.