Mangrove Green

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Mangrove Green
Mangrove Green, on the Hertfordshire Border Walk.jpg
Mangrove Green
Grid reference: TL123238
Location: 51°54’6"N, 0°22’4"W
Post town: Luton
Postcode: LU2
Local Government
Council: North Hertfordshire
Hitchin and Harpenden

Mangrove Green is a hamlet in northern Hertfordshire, close by the border with Bedfordshire and sitting just north of Cockernhoe. Its population is 108. It is built on a single lane running directly north from Cockernhoe, which is a dead-end lane, with closes off it, and no more.

The village has a green, as its name suggests, and one pub, the King William IV. The lane continues to a farmstead, and can then be followed only on footpaths over the fields northwards to Lilley, to which estate it long belonged.

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