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Postcode: E4 | code search
Population: 8900
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Birthplace of:
Kaikhosru Sorabji
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Folk Customs:
April Fools Day
Baddeley Cake
Beating the Tower Boundaries
Blessing of the Throats
Bonfire Night
Changing of the Quill
Doggett's Coat and Badge Race
Footbridge Rent of one Red Rose
Hot Cross Buns for the Widow’s son
Mass for the executed Charles I
Quit Rents Ceremony
Vintners' Company Procession

Chingford Events

Waltham Forest Festival of Theatre

Festive Fayre
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Chingford Radio Cars Ltd
"I am writing reviews for the first time, this firm has great drivers but the office staff seem to have no supervision and can treat customers any way they choose. ..." More

Ridgeway Hotel
"We walked away entirely unhappy especially after our complaint was faced with an aggressive manager with a very negative attitude. I would not tell anyone to stay here . It ..." More

Bull & Crown
"the rooms was dirty the shower was flooding down in to my room from up stars the place she be knocked down up there but the people was nice and ..." More

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Chingford, in east London, is bounded to the north and east by Epping Forest and the Essex border, and to the west by the River Lea and King George's Reservoir - a popular centre for sailing and birdwatching. Chingford originated as a group of villages which expanded and became absorbed into suburban London after the advent of the railway in 1873. In the 1950s, the grassy Chingford Plain provided an enjoyable day trip for Eastenders living without gardens. Today, the Plain offers horse-riding tracks and is also home to the local model flying club. Chingford has a number of listed buildings, and its landmarks include Queen Elizabeth's Hunting Lodge, which dates back to 1543, and a granite obelisk erected at Pole Hill in 1824. Part of Pole Hill was owned by Lawrence of Arabia in the 1920s, and Chingford's association with the famous has continued ever since. In the Fifties, Walt Disney visited the miniature railway at Ridgeway Park. Years later, David Beckham attended school in Chingford and honed his football skills in nearby playing fields. Visitors can retrace his footsteps following the council-promoted Beckham Trail. Meanwhile, London's notorious Kray twins are buried in a family plot at Chingford Mount Cemetery.


Abbotts Financial Services Ltd
Barrow & Co
Jackson & Jackson


Scout Association


Queen Elizabeth's Hunting Lodge


Lee Valley Campsite

Care Home

Peartree House Care Home


Charlie Chan's Night Club


Mr Evans & Associate
Mr Kavanagh Dental Practice


Churchill Medical Centre
Larkshall Medical Centre
Old Hall Surgery
Ridgeway Surgery
York Road Medical Practice

Golf Club

Royal Epping Forest Golf Club
West Essex Golf Club

Pub and Bar

Bull & Crown
County Arms

Forest Edge
Kings Ford


Chase Lane Primary School
Chingford Foundation School
Heathcote School
Larkswood Primary School
Longshaw Primary School
Normanhurst School
St Mary's Catholic Primary School
Wellington Primary School


Barnes & Partners
Cartwright Cunningham Haselgrove & Co


Chingford Radio Cars Ltd
Mount Cars Ltd

Sports Clubs

Chingford CC (Cricket)
Chingford Rugby Football Club 2005 (Rugby Union)
Chingford School of Tennis Club (Tennis)
King George Sailing Club (Sailing)
Wadham Judo Club (Martial Arts)



Village Florist
Flower Mill
Northfield Nurseries Ltd
Chingford Pet Centre
Benjamin Pharmacy
Kenneth Bird Ltd
Ella Tino Shoes
Dolly Bird Shoes
City Pets
The Corner Coffee House
Cafe Vivaldi
Pets At Home


Goals Soccer Centre(Football)

Places to Stay near Chingford

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Ridgeway Hotel (0.62 miles)

Ridgeway Hotel
The Ridgeway Hotel in Chingford (E4), North London has been completely refurbished to a high standard of appointment. As a family run Chingford hotel, we pride ourselves with our friendly & efficient service, beautifully appointed, ... More | visit website
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County Hotel (1.43 miles)

County Hotel

The County Hotel, situated on the southern tip of Epping Forest, is the perfect base for visiting the sights, theatres and shopping of London. It offers good motorway links, with Tube and rail services providing ... More | visit website

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Premier Inn Loughton/Buckhurst Hill (1.86 miles)

In the heart of Buckhurst Hill this Premier Inn makes an ideal base from which to explore the local surrounds. Within easy reach of the A406, M25 and M11. Conveniently located for Buckhurst Hill underground ... More | visit website
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Sir Alfred Hitchcock Hotel (3.00 miles)

Sir Alfred Hitchcock Hotel
With a beer garden and traditional restaurant, Sir Alfred Hitchcock Hotel offers cosy rooms with free Wi-Fi. The hotel is situated on the edge of Epping Forest, a 15-minute walk from Leytonstone Station.
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Innkeepers Lodge (3.05 miles)

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Sleeping Beauty Motel (3.09 miles)

Sleeping Beauty Motel

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A good-value, basic hotel at the edge of London near the Blackwall Tunnel, Sleeping Beauty Motel has free parking and easy access to the City and Docklands via the A12 and ... More

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Menzies Prince Regent (3.09 miles)

Menzies Prince Regent

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Ideally located 5 minutes from the M11 and 10 minutes from the M25, this hotel combines the grandeur of a listed Georgian house with the unique conversion of an old chapel. Situated ... More

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Lonsdale Lodge (3.34 miles)

Lonsdale Lodge

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Lonsdale Lodge has been completely refurbished April 2004. We have mainly double and family rooms all of which are en-suite.A four poster bedroom is also available. We are within 25-40 minutes drive ... More

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Oak Lodge Hotel (3.35 miles)

Oak Lodge Hotel

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This beautifully presented Hotel is situated in a prestigious residential location, just outside Enfield town and within a 10-minute drive of the M25, with easy access to central London.
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Premier Inn Waltham Abbey (3.55 miles)

Premier Inn Waltham Abbey
This Premier Inn hotel is situated in a quiet location opposite Lea Valley Wildlife Conservation Park, near to historic 7th Century Waltham Abbey Church, Royal Gunpowder Mills and Enfield. Positioned within easy reach of the ... More | visit website

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