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Bovingdon is a large village in Hertfordshire, England, four miles south-west of Hemel Hempstead. Some of the farms and houses date back to medieval times, and there is a village green a short distance from the village centre. It is recognised that for the size of the village that there is a lack of public open space. However, the King George V Playing Field situated behind the school, library and Memorial Hall in the High Street and bordered by Vicarage Lane and Church Lane is well used by the village. It provides a children’s playground and an open shelter for use by younger people and there is a small astro-turf area. There is also Bovingdon Green, a very pleasant open area where the cricket club play matches and on the perimeter is a recently restored pond, which provides an amenity area for people to enjoy. The village does not have any local nature reserves or wildlife sites. Bovingdon has a vibrant village centre concentrated along the High Street with a number of shops and other services, as well as a few pubs and restaurants. There are a range of shops with some every day convenience shops alongside some more specialist shops such as the hardware shop.
Both the places are good to be at, but i would prefer Reigate.Lots of things going on for kids, good restaurants, Priory Park is amazing and cost effective housing. One of the big bad thing to live at this place is most trains you need to change in Redhill to get anywhere.
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I will be moving soon to London, so any recommendations.
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