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Things to do in Park Street, Hertfordshire

One of the man made lakes © Les Diamond
One of the man made lakes © Les Diamond

Park Street Village is situated between Radlett and St Albans on the A5183. It currently houses 3 pubs (there used to be 4).

There is a beautiful Nature Reserve, which was once chalk pits, and now there are 3 man-made lakes which are home to many species of birds and insects, including Swans, Geese and various Ducks.

Bricket Wood and How Wood are close by, and the Old City of St Albans is merely 1-2 stops on the Abbey Flyer which can connect you to Watford.

During the Summer Months, you will see regular Village Cricket Games on the common, which also has a small play area for children.

Moor Mill is not too far from the village, and is the only Hotel and restaurant close to hand. Access to many parts of the country are good, as the M1, M10 and M25 are close by and easy to reach. Transport in the area is not served well by either bus or train.

Description by Billy Brown

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