Cheshunt is located in London Oyster Zone 8. Trains run to Liverpool Street and Stratford, with connections to the London Underground Victoria line at Tottenham Hale and Seven Sisters. Trains also serve Broxbourne, Hertford East, Stansted Airport and Cambridge.

On 14th and 15th July our new Year 7 students joined us for two full and action packed days. 

Tottenham Hotspur Ladies are proud to play their home games at Cheshunt Football Club. Come and show your support...

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The proposals for London's Crossrail 2, a line that would link North East London to South West London would, if approved, stop at Cheshunt.[20]

As part of the Connect2 project a new cycle link over the A10 was proposed in 2007.[21] The scheme involved the building of a new cycle bridge over the A10 and connecting paths to link Theobalds Lane with Lieutenant Ellis Way. The bridge was opened in 2010 as the "Paul Cully Bridge" after a late local civil servant.[22] £500,000 of this cost is funded by the Big Lottery Fund via the Connect2 project.[23]

Being located in the Lea Valley, Cheshunt has access to the Lee Valley Park. The park is accessible at many points, one being extremely close to the town's railway station at Windmill Lane.

More than 16 acres of top grass football pitches of the highest quality, from full size pitches to junior, youth and mini pitches for kids of all ages. Available for hire by both professional and amateur teams, perfect for training, matches, tournaments, soccer schools as well as suited to company hire for team-building exercises

The town name comes from the Old English name (as recorded in the Domesday Book) for the area, Cestrehunt, which probably refers to a "castle, erected by the Romans", the word cestre (along with the form ceastre), or even its modern forms, chester and caster being derived from the Latin castrum meaning "fort".[2][3] This is commemorated in the arms of the former Cheshunt urban district council.

Step on to the hallowed turf in front of our stunning new 350-seater, 3,000-capacity stadium. An incredible and unforgettable venue for corporate matches, cup finals or any football-themed special event. Add to the day by holding training and team briefings in theAmber Sportsbar and an award ceremony and party-til-the-early-hours celebration in Club Amber.

Cheshunt is located on the A10 trunk road (also known locally as the Great Cambridge Road) which provides links to the M25 Junction 25, as well as to Enfield, London and Cambridge.

To make reservations by phone, dial freephone 0800 221 222 in the UK, 1 800 409 929 in Ireland, or view our regional telephone reservation numbers.

The Prime Meridian passes to the east of Cheshunt.

The Liverpool Street service via Seven Sisters is run by London Overground. All other services are run by Abellio Greater Anglia.

Ticket barriers were installed in 2011. The through platforms (platforms 1 and 2) were extended to accommodate 12-coach trains in December 2011, though initially no 12-coach trains were scheduled to call.

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A brand new floodlit FIFA1* artificial surface adjacent to the new stadium. Fitted with the UK’s latest artificial turf technology from TigerTurf. Available for training, matches and tournaments. In short, a damned fine sports surface.

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Cheshunt has its own football Club in Cheshunt F.C. who play in the Isthmian League Division One North. Founded in 1946, their most famous player was Iain Dowie who played for them in the 1980s.


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Services in Cheshunt include the Brookfield Centre, which includes Next, Boots, Argos, River Island and Marks & Spencer stores, as well as a large Tesco Extra store. There is a Marriott Hotel nearby, and the town centre includes a wide variety of smaller shops.

Cheshunt FC is proud to hold the FA Charter Standard. It stands as a testament to the hard work and dedication of all our players, staff, volunteers and fans.

Cheshunt /ˈtʃɛzənt/ is a town in the Borough of Broxbourne, Hertfordshire, England with a population of around 52,000 according to the United Kingdom's 2001 Census.[1] It is a dormitory town and part of the Greater London Urban Area and London commuter belt served by Cheshunt railway station. The town is located 13 miles (21 km) from Charing Cross, and 12 miles (19 km) from the City of London making it one of the closest parts of Hertfordshire to Central London.

The Sustrans National Cycle Route 1 passes through Cheshunt as part of its route connecting Dover to Shetland.

NB. The arches are locked for security 09.00 to 16.30 Mon to Fri

The Liverpool Street-Cheshunt via Seven Sisters service is run by London Overground, after a change from Abellio Greater Anglia in May 2015. [7][8] All other services remain under Abellio, who also retain responsibility for the station management.

Cheshunt has four secondary schools: Cheshunt School; Haileybury Turnford; Goffs School; and St Mary's Church of England High School.

The town's Bury Green neighbourhood was once the home of singer Cliff Richard. Lotus Cars as well as the nationally famous Debenhams were also founded in Cheshunt, and the headquarters of Tesco, the UK's largest and most profitable supermarket chain, was located here until 2016. In 2002, Cheshunt hosted the only officially licensed European BotCon convention to date.

Former franchise holder National Express East Anglia fulfilled a franchise commitment to extend the bay platform at Cheshunt to accommodate 8-coach trains (previously it could only accommodate up to 6 coaches). The works also involved replacing all existing station buildings, and replacing the station footbridge. Construction commenced in December 2005 and was largely complete by August 2006.

In the 2012 Summer Olympics, Cheshunt station (along with Waltham Cross, the next southbound station) was the main access point for the Broxbourne whitewater canoe and kayak slalom.


The River Lee Navigation passes through Cheshunt and was used for the transport of flowers and crops to the London markets for many years until road transport became more viable. A wharf existed just east of the railway on the site now occupied by Herts Young Mariners Base. The Youth Hostel was built on the site of the derelict open-air swimming pool.[13] Photos of the pool are exhibited at the hostel.

Tottenham Hotspur football club, most notably, have held training grounds in Cheshunt over the years.

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Buses operate from outside the station. Cheshunt is a PlusBus location click here to see the PlusBus map

From the end of World War II a large area of the River Lea flood plain was used for sand and gravel extraction which resulted in the creation of the now mature lakes which are popular with anglers, birdwatchers and naturalists. The area now forms part of the 1,000 acres (400 ha) River Lee Country Park and the Turnford and Cheshunt Pits SSSI.

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