Little Hallingbury is a village located in Essex.  It is between river and forest, on a high rise of ground. It has great fast links into London, Stansted Airport and Cambridge with the main railway station being at Bishops Stortford just 3 miles away. Road links are always extremely good, with the M11 motorway being a short distance away. 

The population of the parish at the 2011 census was 1,582.

It is located in the Uttlesford district of North West Essex.

To the north of the village lies Hatfield Forest, designated as a Royal Hunting Forest from the time of the Norman Kings. The forest is open to the public and covers 1,049 acres (4 km2) of woodland, grassland with trees, lake and marsh.

The village boast a village pub, village hall, Church, an excellent primary school, post office and community shop. There are numerous clubs and groups to be a part of and there is always something of interest happening at the Village Hall. 

 

               

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