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The town of Hemel Hempstead occupies an important place in Hertfordshire’s history. Located north west of London in the Greater London Urban Area, the town is an early 8th century settlement that developed only after the end of WWII and is now part of the district called Dacorum. Its name has undergone many changes since the time of William the Conqueror. Historians believe there is a link between its name and places in Holland. In 1946, Hemel Hempstead was a site for people displaced by the bombing of London. While Hemel was once an agricultural market town, it is now home to many London commuters although many prefer not to refer to it as a bedroom community.
Getting around Hemel
Hemel Hempstead is linked by the M1 and M41 motorways. There are trains from London Euston Station that ply every half an hour. National Express coaches operate between Hemel and London and to various airports. The town has a well established local transport system with buses frequently plying between the station and town centre.
The Old Town is steeped in history and features a number of historic homes including the Old Town Hall. St. Mary’s Church is among the oldest landmarks in the town built in 1140. Its 200 foot spire is the tallest in Europe. The Olde Kings Arms was the first ale house built in the town in the early 1600s in what is known as the Old Town. King Henry the Eighth is alleged to have stayed at some of the local taverns in the Old Town. The area is home to many restaurants, cafes, and pubs including takeaways, which is why it is regarded as the hub of the town’s social scene.
There’s plenty of entertainment for everyone at The Snow Centre, an excellent destination for indoor skiing throughout the year. The Centre features a 160m main slope over 30m wide, which is just perfect for skiing and snowboarding. There is a wide range of lesson plans for every age group.
On your trip to the town, don’t forget to stop by the Magic Roundabout, officially known as the Moor End Roundabout, an interchange where traffic from six routes meets.