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The town of Rickmansworth is located in the county of Hertfordshire, England. The town is believed to have been named after a famous local magnate who went by the name of Ryckmer. The confluence of three major rivers – Chess, Colne and Gade – practically at the centre of the town, have added considerable visitor appeal to the area. Historically, these massive water bodies have paved the way for numerous industries such as silk weaving, brewing, leather tanning and soft drink manufacturing in the region. Today, they are mainly used for recreational purposes as the economy of the area is more service driven. The Aquadrome, covering over 100 acres of gorgeous natural vistas, lakes and parks, is one of the main attractions in the area.
A leading global company in the field of training and development solutions, TACK International has numerous serviced offices in the region. One of the fastest growing lighting companies in Europe, Venture Lighting, also has a presence in the area. Other notable companies that do business out of Rickmansworth include Jane Adams Ltd, Clevelands Wholesale and several local businesses such as interior decorating firms, detective agencies, carpet cleaners and computer support companies.
Entertainment And Dining Out
The Watersmeet Auditorium is a well-known entertainment venue in the vicinity, playing host to theatrical dramas as well as the occasional cabaret. The Fox and Hounds, The Pennsylvanian, and the Scotsbridge Mill are popular pubs in the area, providing all kinds of night-time entertainment for your pleasure. When it’s time to eat, you will find that you have plenty of choice. Great eateries such as Robertos Restaurant for Latin food, Tamarind Cafe for Thai food and Buon Cibo for awesome Italian fare, are amongst the top rated choices for dining out in the area.
Rickmansworth is serviced by junctions 17 and 18 of the M25 motorway, with speedy access to various parts of London city including Heathrow Airport. Rickmansworth Station is the primary railhead in the area, with access to train services originating from Marylebone Station on the Chiltern Main Line, as well as from Baker Street in London. Local buses are a convenient way to get around town and to areas within Hertfordshire.