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Region  East
Sovereign state  United Kingdom
Postcode district  WD3 9
Shire county  Hertfordshire
Dialling code  01895
Country  England
Police  Hertfordshire
District  Three Rivers District
UK parliament constituency  South West Hertfordshire
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West Hyde is a village situated alongside the A412 road, in the Three Rivers District in south-west Hertfordshire, England. At the 2011 the population of the village was included in the Three Rivers ward of Maple Cross and Mill End.


Map of West Hyde, Rickmansworth, UK

Notable Buildings

  • Jolly Gardeners - Believed to have been built in 1820, Ye Jolly Gardeners was the local public house for the village of West Hyde until 1956.
  • The Oaks - Originally named The Royal Oak, and then The Fisherman's Tackle (from 1990), The Oaks (from 2013) is the village's current public house.
  • St Thomas - The church of St Thomas of Canterbury was built in 1845. It was built in the Norman style and designed by Thomas Smith, Architect of Hertford; a copy of his earlier Holy Trinity Church at Wareside, completed in 1841. The building was faced with extremely high quality knapped flintwork, at a cost of £2,200.
  • References

    West Hyde Wikipedia

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