Watford is a town based in Hertfordshire, just 17.5 miles from London’s Charing Cross and situated on the River Colne.
On the towns northern outskirts, Warner Bros. Studio Tour London features props, costumes and sets from the Harry Potter films, including wizard shopping street Diagon Alley (WD25 7LR). The studio complex in Leavesdon covers 200 acres and the studios were all converted from an aircraft factory and airfield called Leavesden Aerodrome, a centre of British aircraft production during World War II.
What’s to see and do around Watford?
Cheslyn House & Gardens– Visit this 3.5-acre garden to view the collection of exotic and unusual plants collected by Henry Colbeck on his world travels- Nascot Wood Road, WD17 4SL
D20 Board Game Café– While away a lazy afternoon playing one of the large selection of table-top games whilst enjoying great coffee- 87 Queens Road, WD17 2QN
Watford Museum– Housed in a former brewery, learn more about the history of Watford and try to spot the Elton John memorabilia! – 194 High Street, WD17 2DT
Topgolf Watford– Golfing ability not required, hit the balls at the ‘dartboard’ to score the most points- Bushey Mill Lane, WD24 7AB
The Watford Colosseum– A 5-minute walk from the town centre, book a show from a diverse programme- The Colosseum Rickmansworth Road, WD17 3JN
However, if you’re not in Watford for a tour and have a family law issue, these might be the firms for you:
Slater and Gordon Lawyers can be found just off Watford High Street and they offer award winning law firm services with a dedicated team of family lawyers ‘no matter how complex your situation may be’. They are located at 10 King St, Watford WD18 0BW.
For an independent law firm try Collin Solicitors located at 20 Station Road, Watford, WD17 1AR.
‘I wanted to ensure we could provide a listening ear, a professional shoulder to lean on and a voice to speak up for you in situations when you couldn’t.’Des Collins
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If you have children, you probably want to put something in place to protect them in the future too. Whatever income you have, it’s all about using every penny wisely.
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Divorce or separation, can be one of the most stressful life changes to have to experience and it takes its toll on both the physical and mental wellbeing of clients. By seeking advice early, making a comprehensive financial plan can help you feel more in control and give you the peace of mind you need in moving forward with your life and the strength to build new goals for your future.Esther Lewis – Aletheia Wealth Limited – Cambridgeshire