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50 Walks in Hertfordshire
Paperback, 128 pages. Published July 31, 2002 by AA Publishing. Synopsis: Explore the beauty of Hertfordshire with this walking guide. It offers over 50 walks around the region, including Bishop's Stortford, Norman's Island and Great Gaddesden while providing places to visit along the way, or extensions to make them easier or more challenging. Each walk highlights a particular feature, for instance wildlife, history or the countryside and ranges from two to ten miles in length. A location map indicates the starting point of the walk while topographical features are clearly marked to guide you along the route. Information is also provided on footpath signs, countryside access, walking tips and safety guidelines and an introduction to the county provides a brief background to the area.

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AA Street by Street Guide to Hertfordshire
Paperback 256 pages (October 27, 2005). As well as covering the whole of Hertfordshire this map also covers towns just outside of Hertfordshire including Luton, Harlow, Barnet, Chalfont St Peter, Stansted and Waltham Abbey

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Bishop's Stortford: A History
Author: Jacqueline Cooper. Hardcover 144 pages (September 1, 2005). This is an illustrated local history of Bishop's Stortford, a British market town of 34,000 on the banks of the River Stort. The text traces the development of the town from Roman times, when it sat along the Roman road now known as Stane Street, to the post-World War II period.

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Bishop's Stortford: A Pictorial History
Author: Violet Sparrow. Hardcover - 128 pages (September 1996).

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Francis Frith's Hertfordshire
Paperback 128 pages (August 29, 2000) Approximately 150 detailed historical photographs from The Francis Frith collection with expanded captions and full introduction. Suitable for tourists, local historians and general readers. Includes a voucher for a free mounted print of any photograph in the book.

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 Francis Frith's North Hertfordshire (Photographic Memories)
Hardcover 128 pages (December 12, 2002). Publisher: The Frith Book Company Ltd. This book contains finely-detailed period photographs of North Hertfordshire from the world-famous Francis Frith archive. With captions to photographs and a full introduction. Suitable for the general reader, and tourists. Includes a voucher redeemable with the publisher for a free mounted print.

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Hertfordshire A to Z (In Old Photographs)
Paperback. Published November 24, 2005 by Sutton Publishing. Synopsis: Journalist and historian Pamela Shields lives and works in Hertfordshire, and has a passion for the county. Her new book is a compendium of fascinating facts that will be a revelation to many. Home to many 'firsts', such as the first and only British pope and the first garden city, the county has also been home to many famous people, from King Offa to Laurence Olivier, George Orwell, Graham Greene and Henry Moore - all of whom are featured here. Peculiar survivals, such as the Hertfordshire Spike and the Pudding Stone, St Albans Mummers and the Bovingdon Revels, are included - as are curious buildings, puzzling theories, urban myths, local legends, and much more.

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OS Explorer Map 0194 (1:25000) Hertford & Bishop's ...
Map. Published February 13, 2006 by Ordnance Survey. 1:25000 scale (4 cm to 1km - 2.5 inches to 1 mile). Map includes Hertford, Ware, Bishop's Stortford.

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OS Landranger Map 0167 (1:50000) Chelmsford, Harlow & ...
Map. Published May 13, 2004 by Ordnance Survey. 1:50000 scale (2 cm to 1km - 1.25 inches to 1 mile). The map includes Bishop's Stortford, Sawbridgeworth, Epping, Chelmsford, Harlow. This map is part of the Landranger (Pink) series and is designed for people who really want to get to know an area. It includes the following information: tourist information, camping and caravan sites, picnic areas and viewpoints, selected places of interest and rights of way information for England and Wales. Each map in the series covers an area of 40 km by 40 km (25 miles by 25 miles) and like other Ordnance Survey maps, National Grid squares are provided so that any feature can be given a unique reference number. Perfect for planning ahead and local excursions, these maps are full of useful information that will help you really get to know an area.

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The Last Forest - The Story of Hatfield Forest
Paperback - 340 pages new edition edition (14 September, 1998). The story of Hatfield Forest. Hatfield Forest has all the elements of a medieval forest, making it unique in England. This book traces the origins of the forest and the importance of livestock in its development, describes its natural history and discusses the wildlife of the forest over the centuries.

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INFORMATION
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Area map
Street map
FIND NEARBY
Hotels
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NEARBY TOWNS
Sawbridgeworth (6.1 km)
Harlow (9.9 km)
Ware (14.8 km)
Hoddesdon (16.9 km)
Hertford (18.4 km)
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NEARBY VILLAGES
Hockerill (1 km)
Thorley Street (1.9 km)
Birchangar Green (1.9 km)
Thorley (2.2 km)
Thorley Houses (2.6 km)
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