Your guide to Chingford
Chingford is a suburban area in the East of London and is part of the Greater London County. Its name comes from the words ford of the stump dwellers. Chingford station opened in 1873 and this brought an increase of visitors to the area, many people used this a gateway to Epping Forest. One of the most famous places in Chingford is the Queen Elizabeth’s hunting lodge landmark and was built in 1543.
Chingford has many shops e.g. the south mall which is a shopping centre. There are several bakeries and restaurants in the high streets as well.
The Chingford station runs on the line Clapton junction and service operates on the Liverpool Street station.
Routes- 97, 179, 212, 313, 379, 385, 397, 444, N26
Chingford Local authority
Chingford is represented by Waltham Forest council and can be found on https://www.walthamfoTrest.gov.uk/
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