Cedars Park

Theobalds Lane, Cheshunt, Hertfordshire, EN8 8RU, England


Cedars Park is a public park that once held the significant royal property of Theobalds Palace. The grounds were donated by Admiral Sir Hedworth Meux and opened to the public as "The Cedars" on 2 July 1921. Today, it retains a charming character and peaceful atmosphere, despite being surrounded by a busy dual carriageway on two sides. Cedars Park has been Green Flag Awarded every year since 2009.

The park is managed by Broxbourne Council, with support from the local community via the Friends of Cedars Park and ChExS. Please see their linked pages for any upcoming events in the park.


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