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Transport The library is next to Hornchurch fire station and buses 256, 165, 370 and 373 stop nearby.
Hornchurch is served by the following Transport for London contracted London Bus routes: 165, 193, 248, 252, 256, 365, 370 and 372.
Hornchurch is an Anglicised version of the Latin Monasterium Cornutum, a term that was also applied to the mother Abbey in Savoy. The earliest recorded use here was in 1222, meaning "church with horn-like gables" and it was recorded as "Hornechurch" in 1233. The horned bull's head mounted on the eastern end of St Andrew's Church, near the town centre dates from much later, around the 18th century.
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Hornchurch Drum & Trumpet Corps Boys marching band formed in 1959 and perform all over the country. They were the first winners of the National British Marching Band Championships in 1976 and performed at the Edinburgh Tattoo in 1977.
You can cancel your swimming lessons via your local leisure centre. You can either visit them, and cancel at the reception, or call/e-mail them.
Getting active is easier than you think. Whether your a regular gym goer already or just need the basics. Our mission is to get you active for 30minutes 5 times a week and feel better for it.
Hornchurch is served by Time 107.5 FM, located in Romford. The station covers Havering and surrounding areas. Bedrock is the local hospital radio service available online to the Havering area and broadcasting a range of health-related information and locally produced entertainment.
Hornchurch Sports Centre in Essex offers a variety of sports and activities to the local community.
Hornchurch Country Park directly joins several other local green spaces - Ingrebourne Hill, Berwick Woods, Berwick Glades and the Hacton/Gaynes Parkway.
The local music service is Havering Music School located on Winglety Lane. Hornchurch is also home to world-famous drum and bass record label RAM Records.
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In the Anglian Ice Age, 450,000 years ago, the ice sheet reached The Dell, just south of St Andrew's Church in Hornchurch, the furthest south any ice sheet reached in Britain. Hornchurch Cutting is a Site of Special Scientific Interest just north of St Andrews Park which exhibits the geology.
To be eligible for a Workforce Active membership you need at least five members of staff who wish to take up the offer.
Pedestrian accessSuttons Lane, Hornchurch.Link to Hacton Parkway.Link to Berwick Glades/Berwick Wood.Links to Ingrebourne Hill.
Hornchurch Library is situated close to a busy town centre and is within a large, diverse housing area, with schools and colleges close by. In close proximity to the library is the Queen's Theatre. Facing the Theatre is Fairkytes Arts Centre, a historical building, which now hosts a large number of different art and drama groups. Nearby was the Hornchurch airfield, which played an important part in air defence in the first and second world wars.
Located on the High Street, within easy reach of local shops and bars and a short walk to the Tube station. Housed in a charming old building, formerly the Kings Head pub, Prezzo Hornchurch has a cosy and inviting feel, with the added attraction of a lovely outdoor seating area. This restaurnt also features a private upsatirs dining area for up to 30 guest making this the perfect location for any special occasion.
Central Park Leisure Centre and Hornchurch Sports Centre have announced Havering’s most inspirational men, following the successful launch of Everyone […]
There are always questions and niggles when getting more active and our team are here to help.
Hornchurch Country Park can be reached by several bus routes, including the 256 which passes Hornchurch underground station (District Line) and terminates at St George's Hospital on Suttons Lane - a short walk away from the park's main car park. Route 252 towards Hornchurch town centre also stops here, or you can access the park using the 165, 365 or 372 which stop on South End Road. From here it's just a short walk back to the Albyns Farm entrance to the park by the fishing lake.
We pride ourselves on our friendly colleagues who are always willing to help, as well as offering fantastic facilities to keep you active.
In terms of top level sport, West Ham United are considered the local side due to the club's proximity to Hornchurch and the ease of reaching Upton Park on the District line. Dagenham and Redbridge are a more local team who were relegated from the Football League who also draw support from the town.
With a swim membership you will get access the swimming pool covered in the contract and all other swimming pools within the group (except Westminster Lodge).
The play area includes a model Spitfire which is used as climbing equipment. For those visitors who wish to exercise then there is an outdoor gym and ‘trim-trail’ which extends throughout the park.
The main retail area in the High Street has a wide selection of large supermarkets, independent clothes shops, pharmacies, butchers and a huge selection of Takeaways, Restaurants, Bars and Public Houses. There is also a DVLA Test Centre, Fire Station, a Post Office, Church, Langtons Registry Office, the Queens Theatre, a Bingo Hall and the Library.
We offer a range of activities for both adults and children alike.
We’ve collated some of the more common questions on the right, but if there’s anything else you have in mind, don’t hesitate to contact us.
Hornchurch Library was originally built in 1967, between March 2006 and August 2007 the library underwent a complete refurbishment. During this refurbishment a new tower incorporating a lift and stairs was added to the existing building. The library now has an open and welcoming feel and includes meeting, classrooms & event rooms on the 1st floor, along with the Peoples network computers and study space.
Chafford Sports Complex, Hornchurch Sports Centre and Central Park Leisure Centre, operated by Everyone Active in partnership with Havering Council, […]
Hornchurch Sports Centre, which is operated by Everyone Active in partnership with Havering Council, has seen great success with its […]
A designated Local Nature Reserve, the park is an integral part of the Ingrebourne Valley which is rich in wildlife and has good opportunities for bird watching. The marshes (containing the largest freshwater reed bed in London) is a Site of Special Scientific Interest. The park has open areas of grassland for informal recreation and a lake which can be used for fishing.
There are many points to access the park, which include two car parks and links with a number of other local green spaces:
On the 2nd August, after months of training, Everyone Active Central Park Leisure Centre Group Exercise Manager Catherine O’Brien and […]