Horns Mill, Hertford

Horns Mill, Hertford

Horns Mill is an area to the south of Hertford, Hertfordshire.


The original mill was a watermill which was located on a cut from the upper section of the River Lea. The mill has long since been demolished, leaving only a set of sluice gates.


The area is now populated by two main housing estates, two grocery shops, a small community centre, a childs park and a pub.

Bayford brook joins the River Lea, by Horns Mill Weir.

External links

* [http://www.hertford.net/history/timeline.asp Hertford history timeline]

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