Romford is a large town in east London, and the administrative centre of the London Borough of Havering. It is located 14.1 miles (22.7 km) northeast of Charing Cross and is one of the major metropolitan centres identified in the London Plan. It was historically a market town in the county of Essex and formed the administrative centre of the liberty of Havering, until it was dissolved in 1892. Good road links and the opening of the railway station in 1839 were key to the development of the town and the economic history of Romford is underpinned by a shift from agriculture to light industry and then to retail and commerce. As part of the suburban growth of London in the 20th century, Romford significantly expanded and increased in population, becoming a municipal borough in 1937 and has formed part of Greater London since 1965. It now forms one of the largest commercial, retail, entertainment and leisure districts outside central London and has a developed night-time economy.
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4.5 based on 199 reviews
After visiting the park, was greeted by a beautiful Fountain, and pleasant to see people fishing, a old house with a Cafe over looking the Blacks Lake.
This park even has its own dedicated Police Officers which is amazing, they are very knowledgeable,
Well done Havering.
4.5 based on 74 reviews
A beautiful child friendly, dog friendly country park steeped in history and overlooking London; what more could you ask for! Oh and free parking! There is a Visitors’ Centre, which includes a shop and tea room. It also caters for children’s birthday parties complete with guide and outdoor activities. There are some lovely walks and a fishing lake too. I believe the park and surrounding area was used for hunting in Tudor times.
Whatever the season, Bedford’s Park has something to offer, definitely worth a visit!
4 based on 394 reviews
Absolutely dreadful night. Booked a meal, food was cold, covered in grease. Chips not cooked raw in middle.
Waitress was exceptionally rude, obviously didnt want to be there.
Filthy, disgusting restaurant, stale food all ground into carpet. Group of lads on stag night, swearing, shouting ending up fighting each other.
Two girls doing lines of coke in toilet.
Screaming kids, no thanks, about time they pulled this hell hole down
4.5 based on 85 reviews
This is more of a church hall then a theatre. Seats are not the best to sit on for a few hours. And its first come first served for seats. No seat can be booked so you have to get there when the doors open to get a good seat and view. Seats are all on the same level so if your at the rear of the hall your view is not that good. Lighting could be improved as well on the stage. Well so called stage as it is only 18 inches of the floor. No bar but tea and coffee. O n a good note they do have some good acts, But you would be better off watching them at a main theatre...
5 based on 19 reviews
All of our autographs come from reliable sources, personal signings, or public signings. We also deal only with registered dealers. Everything we sell is genuinely hand signed by the person stated. Our small and motivated team will deliver upon our promise to provide you with the best Quality, Service and Value for money. We are not a 'wannabe' outfit trying to make a fast buck before
My Wife Pat, myself and our Handicapped Son Jason go here on a regular basis. Andy always gives us a warm welcome and we meet some great stars!! There are thousands of memorabilia items for sale and at affordable prices. Andy has some great signing...MoreThank you very much for this lovely review. really appreciated
4.5 based on 47 reviews
Havering Museum collects and preserves objects which record the history of the area that is now the London Borough of Havering, making them accessible to a wide audience through Exhibitions, events and activities, education programmes, publications and web pages. The Museum defines what makes Havering Havering, celebrating the achievements of local people past and present.
We stumbled across this museum in a side road - staff were most attentive & were keen to have a chat. The museum is on the old brewery site & is quite small with some interesting material, if you grew up in this area, otherwise it is not overly interesting.
4.5 based on 58 reviews
this could be such a lovely shopping area, if only it were home to a farmers market or local crafts market..or similar. there's a good restaurant /food place serving salt beef sarnies..& an organic butchers. HOWEVER..
The rest of it is nothing to write home about. Badly needs total revamp and improvement.
4 based on 14 reviews
Bedfords park visitor centre is set in the stunning grounds of Bedfords Park, an historic parkland site of 215 acres, owned and managed by the London Borough of Havering. The nature reserve affords fantastic views over London and beyond.We host education visits Events and have gift shop and cafe area. The visitor centre offers visitors a warm welcome and the chance to find out about Nature.
We popped in here whilst taking our dog out for a walk and had a nice cup of coffee and a muffin overlooking the park. There is also a visitors centre where you can buy various products.
3.5 based on 15 reviews
One of the better wetherspoons with good food and great food. It used to be a Police Station and is named after a local lady who survived the Titanic sinking! Good Decor and quaint archtecture and style throughout worth going in a having a pint just to see nside
3.5 based on 88 reviews
Went here on Friday what a let down over half the market was empty of stalls such a shame this used to be a packed full market.
If the local council were to do more to encourage stall holders this could be a great place to shop again, until they get more stalls it's not really worth the bother.
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