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Woodford Green is part of the North London suburb of Woodford, London, on the edge of Epping Forest, mostly within the London Borough of Redbridge with a part on the western side of the green within the London Borough of Waltham Forest (this area is known as Woodford Side). Woodford Green was formerly in the county of Essex, until it was absorbed into the newly created Greater London in 1965.

Politics

Woodford Green is part of the Chingford and Woodford Green (UK Parliament constituency), represented by Iain Duncan Smith, leader of the Conservative Party (UK) from 2001 to 2003, and Secretary of State for Work and Pensions since 2010. Duncan Smith is a successor of Sir Winston Churchill, who was also MP for this area and is commemorated by a statue on Woodford Green erected in 1959.

In the 1920s and 1930s, Clement Attlee, later Labour Party (UK) Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1945 to 1951, had a residence in Woodford Green, the seat of his political adversary, Winston Churchill. A blue plaque to that effect resides on Attlee's former house in Monkhams Avenue.

Sylvia Pankhurst lived in Woodford Green from 1924 to 1956, originally in the High Road, and from 1933 in Charteris Road. In 1935, Pankhurst commissioned and dedicated a memorial in Woodford High Road to the victims of Italy Strategic bombing in Ethiopia. Woodford Green is part of the North London suburb of Woodford, London, on the edge of Epping Forest, mostly within the London Borough of Redbridge with a part on the western side of the green within the London Borough of Waltham Forest (this area is known as Woodford Side). Woodford Green was formerly in the county of Essex, until it was absorbed into the newly created Greater London in 1965.

Sports Teams

Athletics
Woodford Green with Essex Ladies is one of the leading British athletics clubs and is based at Ashton Fields. The club topped Division 1 of the British Athletics League for the first time in 2005. Woodford Green is part of the North London suburb of Woodford, London, on the edge of Epping Forest, mostly within the London Borough of Redbridge with a part on the western side of the green within the London Borough of Waltham Forest (this area is known as Woodford Side). Woodford Green was formerly in the county of Essex, until it was absorbed into the newly created Greater London in 1965.

Education

Primary schools
*Avon House School
*Churchfields Junior School
*Bancroft's School
*Ray Lodge Primary School
*St Antony's Catholic Primary School
*St Aubyn's School
*Woodford Green Preparatory School
*Wells Primary School
*[http://www.woodfordgreenprimary.co.uk Woodford Green Primary]
*St. Joseph's convent school

Secondary schools

*Bancroft's School, Woodford Green, (Independent)
*Trinity Catholic High School, Woodford Green
*Woodbridge High School (London)
*Woodford County High School for Girls

Special needs schools
*Hatton School Woodford Green is part of the North London suburb of Woodford, London, on the edge of Epping Forest, mostly within the London Borough of Redbridge with a part on the western side of the green within the London Borough of Waltham Forest (this area is known as Woodford Side). Woodford Green was formerly in the county of Essex, until it was absorbed into the newly created Greater London in 1965.

Notable people

*Clement Attlee, Labour Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
*Winston Churchill, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
*James Hilton (novelist), author
*Alfred Horsley Hinton, photographer
*Stuart Kuttner, managing editor of the ''News of the World''
*Louisa Leaman, author
*Michael Norgrove, boxer
*Kele Okereke, Bloc Party musician
*Sylvia Pankhurst, suffragette
*Tony Robinson, actor and British TV
*Alan Thurlow, organist
*Kate Williams (actress), actress, Woodford resident during the making of the TV series ''Love Thy Neighbour'' Woodford Green is part of the North London suburb of Woodford, London, on the edge of Epping Forest, mostly within the London Borough of Redbridge with a part on the western side of the green within the London Borough of Waltham Forest (this area is known as Woodford Side). Woodford Green was formerly in the county of Essex, until it was absorbed into the newly created Greater London in 1965.

Transport and locale

;Roads and buses
The A104 runs through Woodford Green and forms its High Street while Chigwell Road, the A113, runs along the east side with Broadmead Road connecting the two. Woodford Green is served by Woodford tube station.

Various London Buses routes also connect Woodford Green with nearby major towns:
{| class="wikitable"
|'''Route Number'''
|'''Route'''
|'''Serving in Woodford Green'''
|'''Operator'''
|-
|'''London Buses route 20'''
|Walthamstow Central station to Debden tube station via Whipps Cross, Loughton
|Woodford New Road, High Road (The Green)
|Arriva London
|-
|'''179'''
|Chingford railway station to Ilford via South Woodford
|Whitehall Road, High Road (The Green), High Road Woodford Green
|First London
|-
|'''275'''
|St James Street railway station to Barkingside via Highams Park, Woodford, London
|Chingford Lane, Broadmead Road, Woodford Station
|Arriva London
|-
|'''London Buses route 397'''
|Chingford to Debden, Epping Forest via Chingford, Loughton
|Whitehall Road
|Arriva London
|-
|'''W13'''
|Woodford Wells ''Horse & Well'' to Leytonstone tube station via Wanstead
|High Road (The Green), High Road Woodford Green
|CT Plus (See route N55 for a night service)
|-
|'''London Buses route N55'''
|Woodford Wells ''Horse & Well'' to Oxford Circus via Leytonstone
|High Road (The Green), High Road Woodford Green
|East London (bus company)
|}

;Nearest places
*Chingford
*South Woodford
*Woodford Bridge
*Buckhurst Hill
*Loughton
*Highams Park
*Clayhall

The nearest List of London Underground stations are Woodford tube station, South Woodford tube station and Roding Valley tube station on the Central Line. Woodford Green is part of the North London suburb of Woodford, London, on the edge of Epping Forest, mostly within the London Borough of Redbridge with a part on the western side of the green within the London Borough of Waltham Forest (this area is known as Woodford Side). Woodford Green was formerly in the county of Essex, until it was absorbed into the newly created Greater London in 1965.

Notes

Category:Areas of London
Category:Districts of Redbridge
Category:Post towns in the IG postcode area