Ware, in northern Hertfordshire (in the East Hertfordshire district), has a population of 18,000. The site has been occupied since at least 4000 BC. The Romans had a settlement at Ware. Ware is said to be one of the oldest continuously occupied sites in Europe.
Ware can be reached by car or bus from the A10 road, which borders the south and west of town, and by rail.
By trainThe rail line, Abellio Greater Anglia, connects Ware station to the rest of England and Wales and Scotland. London Liverpool Street is about a hour's journey and can be reached from Harlow.
By planeThe nearest airport is Stansted Airport (STN), which can also be reached by rail via Tottenham Hale.
Ware can be easily traversed by car and even by walking. Arriva runs bus service inside Ware and to surrounding communities.
phone: +44 1920 870418address: Van Hage, Amwell Hill, Great Amwell, SG12 9RPsmall zoo
phone: +44 1920 487848address: 89 High St
phone: +44 1920 460511address: Fanhams Hall Road, SG12 7PZOriginally a manor house that has 77 hotel rooms, as well as a dining hall. Weddings and parties can be booked. Fanhams Hall has extensive gardens on the grounds.
The next town north on the A10 is Puckeridge. The next town south is Hoddesdon.