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A brief History of Much Hadham Print E-mail
The name Haedham or Haeda's manor suggests that Much Hadham dates from Saxon times and is one of Hertfordshire's oldest and most picturesque villages.  It continues south of Little Hadham along the valley of the river Ash with a long High Street lined with well preserved timber and brick houses; the oldest dating from the 15th century.
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A Brief History of Little Hadham Print E-mail

Straddling the A120 Little Hadham nestles along the banks of the Ash and contains many timber framed cottages and farmhouses.

You can also find remains of a windmill in the fields between Little Hadham and Albury End.  The well-equipped village hall is home to the Hadham Players, a playgroup, Post Office and Doctors Surgery.

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