Road – Watford can be easily reached from Junctions 5 and 6 of the M1 motorway, Junctions 19 and 20 of the M25 and the A41 trunk road.

Bus – There are many bus services running to Watford. Visit www.intalink.org.uk to plan your journey.

Train/Tube – Watford is served by multiple train stations – Watford Junction (West Coast mainline, London Overground and Abbey Line), Watford Metropolitan Line (London Underground), Watford High Street (London Overground), Watford North (Abbey Line) and Bushey (West Coast mainline and London Overground). Visit www.nationalrail.co.uk or www.tfl.gov.uk to plan your journey.

Parking – Visit the Watford Borough Council website for details of all the car parks in Watford – www.watford.gov.uk/info/20014/parking/58/where_can_i_park_in_watford.

On Friday at 2pm we will be hosting our third #coronavirus webinar: How to access support and help from local councils 👩🏽‍💻

Tweet us your questions or concerns using #FSBhelp and register at: https://t.co/kDkFuS40Ao

Calling all #Watford #businesses - if your business can offer support in response to the #COVID19 crisis please submit your offer of support at https://t.co/UEBkbFQh9o or https://t.co/8V26PQhwRb #TeamHerts

Join the @WatfordChamber Front Line Friday webinar this Friday at 1pm to hear from @WatfordMayor @dean4watford and @WatfordBID talk about support for you and your business at this challenging time, register at https://t.co/JBkdsaHpCA

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A few words from Visit Watford during Coronavirus

During these testing times, we all need to stay active and make compromises. We know that the reason you usually come to our channels is for a dose of inspiration and ideas on the very best ways to organise your visit or spend your free time across Watford.

Making a trip out of the house to explore over the coming weeks is not recommended by the government and we want you to stay safe and protect your loved ones. However, here at Visit Watford we are still committed to sharing with you everything that’s great about our town.

Thus, you may see some changes to the content we’ll be posting; with more of a focus on supporting our community, sharing a few things to look forward to, and providing a little distraction during times where you may be stuck indoors.

We’ll be championing Watford’s independent businesses, keeping you up to date with great stories from our community and continuing to share incredible photos from across the area which we hope will put a smile on your face – visit our social media channels for more.

Got ideas of content you’d like to see from us? Nominate your neighbour or friend as a local hero, if you think they deserve a special mention – we’d love to hear your story! Get in touch at marketing@visitwatford.com or share it on social media & tag us/ use the hashtag #watfordlocalhero.

Stay safe,
Visit Watford team