"The Three Parishes"
Hertfordshire has a rich heritage of Parish Councils which have been serving residents across the county since the 1800s.
Parish Councils are the lowest tier of local government and have no connection to the ecclesiastical parishes.
This walk starts off in the civil parish of Abbots Langley, moves on the parish of Nash Mills and ends passing through Kings Langley.
The route starts at the car park in Primrose Hill which is a convenient starting point. The route though is circular and can be started at any point.
Entrance to the car park from Primrose Hill, Kings Langley, WD4 8HY
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The car park offers three hours free parking, ticket system in operation. Check machine and signs for details.
No bus services serve the starting point of this route. As a circular route it can be joined at any point. Arriva buses serve Aplsley Railway Station which would be a convenient starting point.
London Northwestern Railways serve Apsley.
The next pub is the Old Palace pub in Kings Langley, towards the end of the walk which also passes the Rose & Crown pub. At the Rose & Crown if you turn left into Kings Langley High Street there are further multiple places for a break.
Whilst there is some shade, in hot weather take supplies of water and appropriate sun protection.
(Route last walked by the author March 2021.)