Romford in General Reviews
Newest Review: ... lot of choice here. Mainly the stalls offer wares of the fruit and veg variety, and many clothing stalls are sited here too. The usual market is to be found in Market Place on a Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. It is open for longer in the lead up to Christmas, and there is a market of sorts on some bank holidays. It is an ideal place for a market with good transport links with the rail station close buy. A huge choice of buses is available, going to destinations such as Ilford, Stratford and further out into Essex. There are many food outlets within the market; both by way of its food stalls serving burger and hot dogs, a Chines noodle sta... more
Customer Romford in General Reviews (3)
by - written on 10/01/11, updated on 10/07/12 (Very useful, 343 readings)
Well I am not an Essex girl. I was born and bred in London, both north and east. I have, like many Londoners, moved out a little. I now live in an outer London borough which has an Essex postcode. I live a short drive, or a fairly short bus ride away from Romford, Essex. I have heard it referred to as the East End but I would strongly disagree with this. As a London child, I thought of the county of Essex as being in the countryside! I now spend many a weekend at Romford, mainly for its shopping and sometimes for the entertainment. I have eaten at a many restaurants in this area and am familiar with many of its shops. ROMFORD MARKET Market ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/10/08 (Very useful, 32 readings)
As a youngster, my grandparents lived near Romford and so i visited the town quite regularly. To be honest, in that time it really hasn''t changed much in terms of its appeal and facilities (although these are, i have to say, constantly kept reviewed and updated)... which is no bad thing in my opinion! Romford is a large town that is still just about in Essex, though the greater London border seems to be spreading and may soon swallow Romford up! Romford always has been, and still is, fantastic for shopping. There is a massive range of shops in the main shopping centre that in my opinion you could not leave empty handed and you would be sure to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/12/01, updated on 29/12/01 (Very useful, 275 readings)
When one first hears the name "Romford", I wouldn't mind betting that the first things people think of is Brewery and Dog Track! Well the dog track is still here, although technically it is just outside Romford itself, but the Brewery I'm afraid, no longer exists. I have lived in the Romford area since 1968, with just a break of four years when I first got married. We moved back here in 1978 and have lived in our current house since then. In those years, the whole face of Romford has changed, and yet, in some ways it still retains plenty of its former character. Romford is situated on the borders of London and Essex, in the London ... Read the complete review
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