Welcome to Nazeing

A charming English Village with all manner of things to do, places to go and people to meet – not to mention breath taking views and a lovely sense of community.

The Parish has a very long history and was mentioned in the Domesday Book on 1066 as having seven villagers. twelve smallholders. one free man, seven cattle and thirty pigs.

Today this is a very different story. Nazeing is said to be one of the largest villages in the UK. It is a hive of activity where business is concerned and boasts many good pubs, beautiful churches and excellent leisure facilities such as golf, sailing, walking, cycling, etc.

Nazeing is within walking distance from the London Olympic White Water Rafting Centre at Lee Valley Park in Waltham Abbey. 

There is a railway station 2 miles away at Broxbourne and, of course, Lee Valley Regional Park which stretches an incredible twenty six miles along the leafy banks of the River Lee, from Ware, through Nazeing, to the Thames at East India Dock Basin.