Aberford Park was bought in 1888 for £3,257 and has been developed extensively since. The main feature is the lake system which collects all the surface water from the local area and, together with banks and fountains, provides a home to many varieties of water fowl and wildlife.
Aldenham Reservoir, in Dagger Lane, Elstree, is leased to Hertfordshire County Council, but that lease is due to expire in September. Aldenham Reservoir, in Dagger Lane, Elstree, is leased to Hertfordshire County Council, but that lease is due to expire in September.
Wildlife and Nature in Cassiobury Park The land to the west of the River Gade in the park is a designated Local Nature Reserve managed by Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust. The nature reserve contains “parkland, scrubland, neutral and semi-improved grassland, along with acid and marshy grassland, swamp including tall fen, water-cress beds and alder woodland.
The Colne Valley Park Visitor Centre is at the heart of the Colne Valley Park at Denham Country Park. The car park is open between 8.30am - 4pm. Our new adventure playground is open all day, every day and our recently refurbished cafe is open 10.30am - 3.30pm.
Eastcote House Gardens is a beautiful tranquil, award winning green space, with Grade II listed buildings, including a historic Walled Garden, wild flower meadows, a Topiary garden and a newly planted Jubilee Orchard, linked by a footbridge over the River Pinn to Long Meadow, an ancient water meadow.
The Barn Hill Open Area, or at least the summit of it, is nearer Wembley Park Station. Awards. Fryent Country Park was awarded a Green Flag Award in 2010/2011 for being a well-managed park or open space. The Green Flag Award scheme is the benchmark national standard for parks and green spaces in England and Wales.
Garston is a village in Hertfordshire, England. Garston is contiguous with Watford and now, despite retaining a local identity, is effectively a suburb. It is within the Stanborough, Woodside and Meriden wards of the borough of Watford, although a small number of its streets are in Hertsmere.
The Heath Robinson Museum is for understudies of delineation, admirers of scene sketches, promoting aficionados and scholastics, fathers building contraptions in sheds, professors in pixies, youngsters with time to dream, couples stuck in little pads, individuals who place openings in cheddar, simulated teeth analyzers and any individual who's at any point held something together with a touch of string.
You can visit the Palace of Holyroodhouse at your leisure using the complimentary audio tour, which lasts approximately 1 hour. You and your belongings may be subject to security checks. Photography is not permitted inside the Palace. Read about photography, filming & mobile phones.
Meriden Park is located in Watford. It has a childrens' playground designed by children, for children and a community centre with a broad range of public activities including dance classes, yoga and various children and adult classed based activities.
Merry Hill is a superb 76 hectare wooded habitat on the outskirts of London, close to the historic town of Watford. It contains a delightful mix of old trees, newly planted woodland and orchard, a stream and vast open meadows that stretch across the scenic and peaceful Hertfordshire countryside.
Computing is an integral part of teaching and learning at school. The school is very well resourced to provide pupils with a high-quality computing education. The school is very well resourced to provide pupils with a high-quality computing education.
Ruislip Woods is a Site of Special Scientific Interest and national nature reserve covering 726 acres (294 ha) in Ruislip in the London Borough of Hillingdon. The woods became the first national nature reserve in an urban area of England in May 1997, receiving the Green Flag Award in 2006.
Stocker's Lake is an old flooded gravel pit of approx 90 acres (37.5ha) at Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire, England, within the Colne Valley Regional Park which is designated as a Local Nature Reserve. The lake is owned by Affinity Water and managed by the Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust assisted by the Friends of Stocker's Lake.
Sugden House, no. 2 Farm Field, Watford, a house by Alison and Peter Smithson of 1956, is designated at Grade II for the following principal reasons: * Architectural Interest: the design of the completed house combines the visionary aesthetic of the Smithsons with the indelible stamp of their clients.
Warner Bros. Studios Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter is a public attraction in Leavesden in southeastern England. Not to be confused with The Wizarding World of Harry Potter of Universal Studios theme parks, it is a permanent exhibit offering an authentic behind the scenes glimpse of the Harry Potter films.
Watford Museum is a local museum in Watford, Hertfordshire, in the United Kingdom. It is owned by Watford Borough Council and is located on the Lower High Street in Watford. The museum opened in 1981 and is housed in a Grade II-listed Georgian town house which was previously the premises of Benskins Brewery.