Hoddesdon is an attractive, well-kept historic market town in south east Hertfordshire with ancient charters granted by Henry III in 1253 for both a weekly market and an annual fair. The town centre is located close to the A10 and has good transport links, a good range of supermarkets and independent retailers, including numerous restaurants and cafes. There is a local theatre, museum and library and several local parks/open spaces. Also within easy reach of the town are local primary and secondary schools, as well as local churches.
There is ample public parking with a number of short stay on-street parking bays, as well as 'free' parking in all the supermarket (some for up to 3 hours) and several pay and display car parks for longer stays.
A record breaking number of people turned out for the switch-on of the Christmas lights...
‘Love Hoddesdon’ recently ran a creative arts initiative, involving local secondary schools, to produce designs for...November 24th, 2018
The ‘Love Hoddesdon’ team, in conjunction with Broxbourne Council, the Royal British Legion and Hoddesdon...November 12th, 2018
Hear the Christmas story told again through familiar readings, music and Carols. St Catherine and St Paul’s Church, Paul’s Lane, Hoddesdon.Read More