Your guide to Waltham Abbey
Waltham abbey is a small town located in Epping Forest in the district of Essex and has a population of 21,149. The name Waltham Abbey comes from the world enclosure. Waltham abbey is famous for being the resting place of King Harold in 1066 in his Church.
In Waltham abbey there is the Waltham abbey shopping centre with a wide range of shops for all ages. There is also many high street shops located all around Waltham Abbey.
Railway-Waltham Cross railway station is on the West Anglia Main Line, serving the suburban town of Waltham Cross in Hertfordshire
Waltham Abbey is represented by Waltham Abbey Town council and can be found https://www.broxbourne.gov.uk/
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