Harpenden is in Hertfordshire. Harpenden railway station is on rail link to central London served by First Capital Connect Trains run north to Luton and on to Bedford.) and London Gatwick Airport. The River Lea flows through the area and the M1 runs nearby. History There are Roman remains in and around Harpenden. Harpenden village grew out of Westminster Abbey's gradual clearing of woodland for farming and settlement within its Wheathampstead manor
Painter & Decorator in Batford
Batford is a village in Hertfordshire, England located on the River Lea on the outskirts of Harpenden. "Batford Springs" is a local nature reserve alongside the river and the village green which has a small play area for children. The large red brick building at the southern end of the village between the river and the Lower Luton Road was originally a water mill, it is now used as offices and the river has been diverted around the building. Batford Methodist Church was built in 1905 and shows the distinctive "modern" architecture of that time.