Attractions in Hatfield Reviews
Newest Review: ... It has beautiful listed (and un-listed) buildings with acres of history woven between the old cobbled streets. At the top of one of these old streets (Fore Street) is Hatfield Lodge. The Lodge is the back entrance to Hatfield Park ? it is mainly used by pass holders (resi dents of Hatfield are entitled to a free park foot pass which allows them to walk in the park all year round except Christmas day and Good Friday ? visitors may only visit from April till September). The main entrance to t... more
Customer Attractions in Hatfield Reviews (1)
by - written on 02/05/04, updated on 02/05/04 (Very useful, 222 readings)
*A little general information: Hatfield is a small town in Hertfordshire. It is situated just off the A1M and has easy (and quick) access to London ? just 1 junction off the M25. Years ago, Hatfield was a thriving place ? mainly due to the British Aerospace factory. Since it?s departure, Hatfield has lost a lot of its lustre, excitement and economy. Many people moved out of the area to find new work, which in turn caused other businesses to close or relocate. For a while it was touch and go but gradually things started to liven up again. The local superstore was revived, a huge ... Read the complete review
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