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Child Friendly Places Around Broxbourne, Hertfordshire

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Emmys mummy's Guide to Broxbourne, Hertfordshire
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The Borough of Broxbourne is steeped in history with many beautiful sites and buildings.

The hamlet of Broxbourne, from which the Borough takes its name, contains St Augustine’s Church, built in the early 15th Century. Behind the Church are the remains of Broxbourne Mill, which was first mentioned in 1086 in the Domesday Book. A footpath from the Church leads to the Broxbourne conservation area and the New River Heritage Trail. The New River which starts in Ware and ends in Islington, runs the entire length of the Borough of Broxbourne and was built between 1608 and 1613 to take drinking water from local springs to London by Hugh Myddelton. In 1611, King James I put up half the cost of building the New River and allowed it to flow through his palace at Theobalds (once sited in Cedars Park). Still fulfilling its original purpose it is a beautiful place for riverside walks. Broxbourne is remembered as the place where Team GB won the Gold and Silver medals in the canoe slalom events during the London 2012 Olympic Games as it is the home of the Lee Valley White Water Centre, a world class sporting facility for white water rafting and canoeing. The centre is located on the edge of the Lee Valley Regional Park in Waltham Cross and is open to the general public.

Emmys mummy - our Broxbourne, Hertfordshire Blogger.
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Hi, I'm Clare (Emmy's Mummy). I live in Essex with Hubby Paul, Emmy (born February 2010) and Harry (born October 2012). On the go 24/7 I can often be found with a coffee in hand. We blog our adventures and misadventures with 2 whirlwinds - See more at: my website


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Lollibops 2014 at Hatfield House - by Emmys mummy
Lollibops is a Children's festival like no other. It is aimed at the under 10's and has a HUGE mix of entertainment to suit all.

This year's venue is Hatfield House in Hertfordshire - easily accessible via train and is only 22 minutes from Kings Cross.

Written by Emmys mummy
Hatfield House - Hertfordshire - by Emmys mummy
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Hatfield House is a country house set in a large park, the Great Park, on the eastern side of the town of Hatfield, Hertfordshire, England.

Hatfield House is the home of the 7th Marquess and Marchioness of Salisbury and their family. The Estate has been in the Cecil family for 400 years. Superb examples of Jacobean craftsmanship can be seen throughout the House.

Great fun for all the family

Written by Andy
River & Rowing Museum - Henley on Thames - by Emmys mummy
Henley on Thames’ River & Rowing Museum is looking forward to the summer holidays by announcing an exciting range of workshops and exhibitions for adults and children.


The exciting and interactive activities progra...

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The Circus is in Town - Chingford - by Emmys mummy
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Billy Smarts Circus is currently in Chingford from 24th June - 29th June.

Fun for all the family with ticket prices to suit all budgets...

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Lee Valley Park Farm - by Emmys mummy
Lee Valley Park Farms are located in Waltham Abbey, a small farm and a working dairy farm. Fun for all the family and a lovely day out for all ages. Especially fun in the School holidays due to all the scheduled ...

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Lea Valley White Water Centre - by Emmys mummy
Lea Valley White Water Centre is located in Waltham Abbey, Essex - Purpose built for the 2012 Olympic games and where Team GB won Gold and Silver medals in the Canoe Slalom event.

Now open to the public and to School groups as well as homing sporting events....

Written by Emmys mummy
A review of Centerparcs Woburn - by Andy
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There's something that bothers me about paying a lot of money to have a holiday in the UK, but Centerparcs have perfected UK holidays for families with small children...

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Some child-friendly places to eat around Broxbourne, Hertfordshire

Bill's, London - Kensington High Street (18.31 miles)
children and families at Bill's, London - Kensington High Street
Bill's Kensington High Street restaurant, just inside the entrance to the tube, is a calm oasis in the middle of this very busy shopping area and slips from the bustle of daytime to a more mellow atmo...

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Bill's, London - Covent Garden (St Martin's Courtyard) (16.59 miles)
children and families at Bill's, London - Covent Garden (St Martin's Courtyard)
Tucked away in St Martin's Courtyard, just off Upper St Martin's Lane, Bill's Covent Garden restaurant is a smart and sassy affair, with plenty of seating across two floors, as well as a large seating...

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Bill's, London - Soho (16.73 miles)
children and families at Bill's, London - Soho
Bill's Soho restaurant has become a very popular destination in the heart of this hip area of London. Parquet floors, leather club chairs, chandeliers, vintage mirrors, and plenty of other signature B...

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Some child-friendly places to stay around Broxbourne, Hertfordshire

Travelodge - Watford Central (17.25 miles)
children and families at Travelodge - Watford Central
Watford Central is very close to the town centre and the Intu Watford Shopping Centre. This hotel is great for a short train journey into London Euston, taking just 15 minutes....

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Travelodge - London Vauxhall (18.35 miles)
children and families at Travelodge - London Vauxhall
Located just a couple of minutes' walk from Vauxhall Railway Station and under 2 miles to London Victoria and Waterloo Railway Stations. It's the perfect base from which to explore London....

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Some child-friendly days out around Broxbourne, Hertfordshire

London Wall (16.35 miles)
children and families at London Wall
Set immediately north of the Tower of London, right in the heart of Tower Hill, stands one of the most substantial and impressive surviving sections of the London Wall. Built c. AD 200, the Roman wall...

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Old Gorhambury House (15.81 miles)
children and families at Old Gorhambury House
Situated just outside St Albans are the remains of Old Gorhambury House, a once immense mansion constructed in 1563-8 by the Lord Keeper of the Great Seal, Sir Nicholas Bacon. A prolific builder, Sir ...

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Hill Hall (8.78 miles)
children and families at Hill Hall
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