Chapmore End

Chapmore End

Chapmore End is a small village in Bengeo Rural parish, Hertfordshire.

The main village consists of a few houses and village pub, and is situated just off the B158 approximately 3km north of Hertford.

On the other side of the B158 in the Rib Valley is the former Hertford County Reformatory for boys, which was in operation between 1858 and 1981, and is now a private residential area known as Crouchfields.

Chapmore End has close ties with the nearby village of Tonwell, where the former parish church is situated, along with the parish village hall. The two villages also hold combined events such as the village fete.

The Woodman Public House is the village pub and renowned for its quality ales served from the barrel. It frequently features in the CAMRA Good Beer Guide, and was the area CAMRA Pub of the Year in 1996.

The village has its own web site

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