Directions to Hempstead Village Hall

Address: Hempstead Village Hall, High Street, Hempstead, Saffron Walden, Essex, CB10 2PD


Hempstead is a historic village in the NW corner of Essex, 7 miles East of Saffron Walden, 20 miles from Cambridge [via M11] and 50 miles from London [via M11].

The highwayman Dick Turpin was born in the village pub "The Bluebell Inn" in 1705. William Harvey, the man who discovered the circulation of blood in the human body, and Sir Eliab Harvey, a Commander at the Battle of Trafalgar, are buried in the crypt at Hempstead Church.

*Map of this area of Essex

*Maps & Walks of the area around Hempstead


BY PUBLIC TRANSPORT: Enter your postcode HERE, and the destination postcode: CB10 2PD, then click "Next" in bottom RH corner.

BY CAR: Download your personal road map, travel route directions, distance and estimated journey time, at the AA's website "Route planner" and enter your starting address plus the Friends Meeting House (destination) postcode: CB10 2PD.

From A14/M11 Southbound: From the A14 take the M11 southbound and leave at junction 10. At roundabout take 1st exit onto the A505 (signposted Saffron Walden). Follow signs for A1301 (Saffron Walden) then B184 (Saffron Walden then Thaxted), then B1054 (for Bumpstead, Haverhill) which will take you to the High Street, Hempstead.

Car Parking: There is FREE PARKING at the Village Hall.




The Saffron Walden Medieval Labyrinth is 10 mins drive from Hempstead...

Saffron Walden Medieval Labyrinth UK


*Drumming & Healing Workshops at Hempstead Village Hall



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