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South Woodford is a suburb in north east London situated north-east of Charing Cross. South Woodford, Woodford Green, Woodford Bridge and Woodford Wells form the area known as Woodford, London which has its origins dating back at least to the anglo-saxons period. It was part of Essex until 1965.

Amenities

South Woodford's retail and business area is centred around George Lane — the main high street for the district — and Woodford Green High Road. There are a number of well-known chain store shops, such as Boots UK and Marks & Spencer, and a good selection of smaller shops, restaurants, cafes, and a crown post office, including a Royal Mail sorting office.

There is an Odeon Cinemas in the High Road, which is the only cinema in the area. Other amenities include a number of green areas, many of which form part of Epping Forest.

There are numerous churches and chapels representing many Christian denominations, as well as several synagogues and a mosque.

This area was also, until 2004, home to the student residences of Queen Mary, University of London, but the distinctive tower blocks were demolished in 2007 and replaced with lower-rise privately owned apartments, as well as some council housing, known as Queen Mary's Gate.

There is also the Redbridge Drama Centre, situated next to Churchfields junior school. It provides workshops for young children aged 5 and above right up until 65, it provides education to local schools and brings culture to the surrounding area. It has an in-house theatre company under the name Vital Stages. There are shows at least once a week from touring companies.

South Woodford lies within the London Borough of Redbridge, covering the wards of Church End and Roding. Since 1994 both wards have returned Liberal Democrat councillors. Each ward has a team of Neighbourhood Police, both managed by one sergeant. South Woodford is a suburb in north east London situated north-east of Charing Cross. South Woodford, Woodford Green, Woodford Bridge and Woodford Wells form the area known as Woodford, London which has its origins dating back at least to the anglo-saxons period. It was part of Essex until 1965.

Transport

Road
South Woodford sits at the junction of the A406 road with the start of the M11 motorway, which begins at "Charlie Brown's Roundabout" and is accessible from the "Water Works" roundabout. "Charlie Brown's roundabout" is named after the pub which was demolished in 1989 when the roundabout was enlarged to accommodate flyover sliproads onto the newly constructed motorway.

South Woodford also offers easy access to the A1400 road, which merges into the A12 road (England), as well as access to the A12 from "Green Man's" roundabout and the A104 road (England) which is known as Lea Bridge Road and is a major link to areas of central London via London Borough of Hackney

Train
George Lane itself is split into two by the Central Line rail track with the western part of the road containing the majority of shops and businesses. There was originally a level crossing at this point, but now a flyover (locally referred to as "the Viaduct") carries traffic between the east and west sides of George Lane.

The area is served by South Woodford tube station in Travelcard Zone 4 on the Central Line of the London Underground.

Bus

There are many bus routes which connect South Woodford to other parts of London, including the N55 night bus from central London. All services serve George Lane and South Woodford Station, excluding route 123 which only serves the North Circular stops in South Woodford, and route 549 which only serves South Woodford Station and George Lane South. All services are low floor and wheelchair accessible.

{| class="wikitable"
|-
|'''Route Number'''
|'''Route'''
|'''Places served in South Woodford'''
|'''Operator'''
|'''Operation'''
|-
|'''London Buses route 123'''
|Ilford to Wood Green tube station via Tottenham
|North Circular Road (Southend Road)
|Arriva London
|Daily. [http://www.londonbusroutes.net/times/123.htm Times]
|-
|'''179'''
|Chingford railway station to Ilford via Woodford Green
|High Road Woodford Green, George Lane, Hermon Hill
|First London
|Daily. [http://www.londonbusroutes.net/times/179.pdf Times]
|-
|'''Essex bus route 549'''
|South Woodford tube station to Loughton tube station via Buckhurst Hill
|George Lane South, Hermon Hill
|Docklands Buses
|Mon-Sat. [http://www.busmap.org/tt4/549.pdf Times]
|-
|'''W12'''
|Wanstead tube station to Walthamstow via Walthamstow
|Woodford Road, George Lane, Hermon Hill
|CT Plus
|Daily. [http://www.londonbusroutes.net/times/W12.htm Times]
|-
|'''W13'''
|Woodford Wells ''Horse & Well'' to Leytonstone tube station via Wanstead
|High Road Woodford Green, George Lane, Hermon Hill
|CT Plus (See route N55 for a night service)
|Daily. [http://www.londonbusroutes.net/times/W13N055.htm Times]
|-
|'''W14'''
|Woodford Bridge to Leyton via Leytonstone
|Woodford Road, George Lane, Hermon Hill
|Arriva London
|Daily. [http://www.londonbusroutes.net/times/W14.htm Times]
|-
|'''London Buses route N55'''
|Woodford Wells to Oxford Circus via Leytonstone
|High Road Woodford Green, George Lane, Hermon Hill
|East London (bus company)
|Daily nights. [http://www.londonbusroutes.net/times/N055.htm Times]
|} South Woodford is a suburb in north east London situated north-east of Charing Cross. South Woodford, Woodford Green, Woodford Bridge and Woodford Wells form the area known as Woodford, London which has its origins dating back at least to the anglo-saxons period. It was part of Essex until 1965.

Education

Churchfields and Oakdale schools, both with junior and infant departments are in the area, together with St Josephs' Convent voluntary maintained school, and Woodbridge Secondary School.

Forest School (Walthamstow) is an independent school, within close proximity to South Woodford, in that the playing fields are arguably in South Woodford. South Woodford is a suburb in north east London situated north-east of Charing Cross. South Woodford, Woodford Green, Woodford Bridge and Woodford Wells form the area known as Woodford, London which has its origins dating back at least to the anglo-saxons period. It was part of Essex until 1965.

References

Category:Areas of London
Category:Districts of Redbridge

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