Kings Langley
Kings Langley
Local History & Museum Society
Kings Langley

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As an introduction to the history of the village the aim of this website is to provide short articles, samples from our extensive picture library, details of our publications and links for further research.

The extended list of topics containing much new material, pictures and audio clips is to to found in the History section.

All pictures, unless otherwise stated, are from the archives of the Kings Langley Local History and Museum Society (KLLH&MS).

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Kings Langley - Our Heritage

Kings Langley, a village in Hertfordshire, lays claim to an extraordinary history. From its origins prior to Roman settlement and thriving Domesday community, through its Royal Palace in the 14th Century to a wealth of transport connections, farming and industry, the village can recount tales matched by few other places in the U.K.


Kings Langely

This print from about 1840, shows the All Saints Church in Church Lane.
Traditional life in the village was then starting to undergo many changes. In contrast to the herdsman, a steam engine and carriages are just visible behind the four trees beyond the village school whose construction was at about the same time as the arrival of the railway.



Latest News and additions

October 2015

You are welcome to attend our monthly evening talks.

Everyone welcome. Free entry - donation appreciated.

Requests for information.

This Society would be very pleased to hear from anyone who was (or who was related to) a Kings Langley May Queen or Maid of Honour.

Also anyone who was a member of the Kings Langley Oddfellows.

Do you know of anyone who has any details of, or who had any connection with, Barnes Lodge (not Barnes Farm). For example, the Polish radio station or the private school.

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