Chingford is located to the south of Epping Forest, famous for housing a deer hunting lodge belonging to Queen Elizabeth and used by King Henry VIII in the 15th century. Historically known as a rural parish of Essex, in modern years it may be better known as the town where England footballer David Beckham spent his childhood. For 21 years up to the end of World War II, the local MP for Chingford (which was then the Epping constituency), was the war-time Prime Minister, Winston Churchill.
Existing Chingford businesses include marketing companies and consultants, software developers, photographers and recruitment agencies. There are local firms specialising in the food and fashion industries, as well as solicitors and companies providing home improvement products and services. Renting office space in this area will mean you’re sited among a thriving business community. Rackhams Ltd, Swain & Co, Expo Foods Ltd and Golding and Associates Accountants are all businesses which can be found in Chingford.
Entertainment And Dining Out
The assembly hall in Chingford presents a range of different performances and events for audiences to enjoy. Among these include dances, dinners and local operatic stage shows. The beautifully picturesque Epping Wood is located nearby, and it is the largest open space in the whole of Greater London. When it comes to eating out, Chingford offers a range of options including the friendly, top quality service at Table 7, a restaurant known for providing the best of Modern British and European cooking, and highly rated for the ambient and sophisticated environment.
Chingford is well connected through a number of modes of public transport. Chingford Railway Station provides a direct link to Liverpool Street Station. Nearby underground tube stations include Blackhorse Road, Loughton and Tottenham Hale. For mainline trains, Highams Park, Walthamstow Central and Queens Road are among those that serve the Chingford area. Bus services and taxis are also freely available in the area.