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County - Essex | Map
Tel code: 0208 | code search
Postcode: IG9 | code search
Population: 10700
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Kings Medical Centre
"It would be helpful for people like me, who rarely visit a doctor, for the practice to put opening hours on their website.

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Kings Medical Centre
"I have to disagree with the review above. I have been a long time patient at Kings Medical Centre and have found them to be excellent in providing a ..." More

Kings Medical Centre
"Very difficult to get an appointment Very late seeing patients Saw a very inexperienced doctor, who was training Not good service but having lived in other countries at least it was free (i ..." More

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Buckhurst Hill is a suburban town in the Epping Forest district of Essex. It forms part of the Greater London Urban Area and is roughly 11 miles from central London. With Loughton and Chigwell, it is said to form part of the wealthy ‘Essex golden triangle’. A mixture of shops and restaurants can be found on Queens Road in Buckhurst Hill. Nearby attractions are mostly to be found in Epping Forest and include Queen Elizabeth I’s Hunting Lodge on Ranger's Road. Queen Elizabeth was said to have been hunting in Epping Forest when she received news of the defeat of the Spanish Armada, and returned to the lodge to feast that evening. Also on Rangers Road is Pole Hill, one of the highest places in the county and one of the best views. An Obelisk marks the Greenwich Meridian. Ambresbury Banks, situated in Epping Forest off the Wake Arms Roundabout, is an ancient Stone Age settlement which is also believed to be the site where Queen Boudicca made her last stand against the Romans. The Church Of The Holy Innocents, situated in the heart of Epping Forest and built in 1873, and Waltham Abbey are both close by. Buckhurst Hill tube station is on the Central Line


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Kings Medical Centre
Taylor J S G & Partner
The River Surgery

Pub and Bar

Railway Tavern
Three Colts (The)


Braeside School for Girls


Carter Devile


Buckhurst Hill Cars Ltd


Palmerston Veterinary Group

Sports Clubs

Bancroft RFC (Rugby Union)
Glade CC (Cycling)
Loughton Rugby Football Club Sports Ground (Rugby Union)
Roding Valley CC (Cricket)


Safedale Pharmacy

Art Praxis
Simply The Cafe
Sprays Bakery
P & J Attree
Easter Pharmacy
Queens Road Florist
One Six Queens
First Retail Ltd
Inspire Gifts & Cards

Places to Stay near Buckhurst Hill

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Premier Inn Loughton/Buckhurst Hill (0.11 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

Innkeepers Lodge (1.65 miles)

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Ridgeway Hotel (1.75 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 (1.76 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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Menzies Prince Regent (1.78 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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Premier Inn Waltham Abbey (3.28 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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Premier Inn Ilford (3.38 miles)

Premier Inn Ilford
Ideally located just 200 yards from Redbridge underground station. For shops and local amenities Ilford town centre is only 2 miles away. Our Ilford Premier Inn has everything you'd expect, incredibly comfy beds in every room ... More | visit website
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Sir Alfred Hitchcock Hotel (3.41 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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Travelodge London Ilford Gants Hill (3.59 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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Lonsdale Lodge (3.62 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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