Romford, London Borough of Havering, Greater London can be characterized as an area home to shopping complexes and many drinking establishments. The Brewery, The Mall, Rumford Shopping Hall and The Market make up a diverse and eclectic mix of high street fashions and knock off designer goods. Drinking Establishments make up a large proportion of the land mass of Romford and upon leaving the station you will never be more than 30 - 50 steps away (depending on leg length, wheelchair speed and inebriation levels) to the next public house offering drinks at liver damaging prices.
Romford Market was established in 1247 by King Henry 3. Today you can still here the classic 'three fawr a paaand' and other similar market seller slang.
With great connections into london, Romford is a great place to stay.
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