Welcome to Abbots Langley Biz
- formed by a group of independent businesses to ensure that
the village of Abbots Langley is a vibrant and interesting place to visit

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LLoyds Bank closed it's Abbots Langley branch on Tuesday 26th July 2016.
The Post Office can accept cheque and cash deposits.
You will need a Lloyds paying in slip for cash deposits.
For cheque deposits a Lloyds paying in slip and a Post Office envelope.
You can also use a Lloyds Debit Card to 
withdraw cash up to £300.00.
Opening hours: Monday-Saturday 09:00 to 17:30

Abbots Langley has a large number of groups,
clubs, churches and charities who provide leisure activities and entertainments to suit all.

See below for a list of just a few of them and a link to   the Abbots Langley Parish Council web-site:
Bowls Club
Cricket Club
District Men's Club
Credit Union
Football Club
Lawn Tennis Club
Citizens Advice Bureau
Drama and Pantomime Groups
Parent and Toddler Groups
Community Centre and Halls
Exercise and Dance Classes
Carers Groups


Welcome to Abbots Langley

Hertfordshire's Hidden Treasure

- a village community with so much to offer and
full of Independent Shops and Businesses.

Situated between the M25 and the M1 our little village is a secret hub of goodies ranging from
groceries to gifts
                         butcher to bank
                                                coffee to curry

We try to ensure each visitor gets exactly what they are looking for, and more! To see our full range of shops, businesses, services and organisations, please visit ou

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Our large car park is FREE and can be found using WD5 0AW

Abbots Langley is a thriving village and civil parish with a long and interesting history. It has been inhabited since 1086 and was birthplace of the only English Pope, born as Nicholas Breakspear around 1100 who became Pope Adrian IV.

Population 23,000 more or less 

Coming Soon:

Abbots Langley Biz are setting up a loyalty scheme allowing you to benefit each time you shop in our community. Watch this space for more details.

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Here is a list of events that run annually:

June - Abbots Langley Carnival
Saturday 13th June 2020
The event begins with the judging of the Parade on School Mead. Parade leaves at 12 noon towards Manor House. The annual carnival is full of colour, activities, entertainment and most of all, community. Event ends at 4:45pm but funfair continues through the evening.
It is a wonderful day for all the family.
Organised by Watford Lions.

St Lawrence Church Fete

June - Festival of the Arts
Held every two years, a delight of art,
next event 2020.

July - St Lawrence Church Flower Festival
Floral displays depicting an annual theme.

September - Abbots Autumn Fest
Saturday 21st September 2019
On School Mead. 11:00am to 4:00pm.
Fruit Trees for sale, Local produce, Food,
Live Music, Games and Entertainment.
Free entry and fun for all.

October - Tough Ten Race
Sunday 6th October 2019
Manor House Recreation Grounds
A wonderful family event with a Fun Run of 1.5k,
a 3k and 5k race and then the Tough 10k!
For more information, visit: tough10.co.uk

November - Fireworks
Manor House Recreation Grounds. Organised by Watford Lions and buckets rattled for donations. Grounds open from 6:30pm with music & rides. Fireworks at 7:30pm.

December - Carol Concert
Thursday 5th December 2019
Organised by Abbots Langley Parish Council.
5:00pm Story Telling in the Library until 5:30pm
5:30pm Carols and Lights at St Lawrence Church
6:00pm Carols and Christmas Songs in the High Street, audience participation essential.
6:30pm The Lights are switched on, followed by 'The Twelve Days of Christmas' and hopefully a surprise visit from Santa.
Christmas Community Market in Henderson Hub
5:00pm to 8:00pm.
Many shops open late.

See our Facebook Page for details
of many other upcoming events