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Population: 12000
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Folk Customs:
April Fools Day
Baddeley Cake
Beating the Tower Boundaries
Blessing of the Throats
Bonfire Night
Changing of the Quill
Doggett's Coat and Badge Race
Footbridge Rent of one Red Rose
Hot Cross Buns for the Widow’s son
Mass for the executed Charles I
Quit Rents Ceremony
Vintners' Company Procession

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Sleeping Beauty Motel
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Leyton is an east-London suburb with great hopes for the future. A district characterised by Victorian terraced housing, numerous listed buildings and a vividly multicultural community, Leyton has in recent years been transformed by a series of redevelopments and an influx of new businesses. A major retail park has opened at Leyton Mills, and New Spitalfields Market, which moved here In 1991, is going from strength to strength as the UK's biggest and most successful market for exotic fruit and vegetables, said to offer the most diverse selection in Europe. More regeneration of the town is being planned as preparations get under way for the 2012 Olympic Games. Leyton, less than a mile from the perimeter of the future Olympic Park, expects to welcome many guests to the area. It already boasts some great attractions ranging from the green flag-holding Coronation Gardens to Brooks Farm, where visitors may watch the animals going through their daily routines, and the extraordinary 26-mile Lee Valley Regional Park. In the local stretch, the park contains nature reserves, a riding centre, an ice rink and a golf course. Leyton is also ideally placed for trips to Docklands, Greenwich, Epping Forest and the Kent countryside.


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Barclay Infants' School
Church Mead Infants' School
Downsell Primary School
Noor Ul Islam Primary School
St Joseph's Catholic Junior School


Kalra & Co
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Cartwright Cunningham Haselgrove & Co
Lea Car Services
Millennium Cars

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Eastside Eagles Basketball Club (Basketball)
Leyton (Amateur Football)
Leyton Orient Football Club (Football)


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Lee Valley Ice Centre(Skating)

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London Budget Room (0.29 miles)

London Budget Room
London Budget Room provides money saving hostel accommodation in London. There’s plenty to see and do in the area surrounding the hostel, including paying a visit to Stratford, home of the Olympic site for 2012. ... More | visit website
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Sleeping Beauty Motel (0.99 miles)

Sleeping Beauty Motel

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A good-value, basic hotel at the edge of London near the Blackwall Tunnel, Sleeping Beauty Motel has free parking and easy access to the City and Docklands via the A12 and ... More

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London Stratford Apartments (1.07 miles)

London Stratford Apartments

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Just minutes away from the O2 and ExCel venues, this new development of luxury apartments enjoys easy access to Central London and Canary Wharf - perfect for ... More

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Lodge 51 (1.35 miles)

Lodge 51

This brand new budget hotel is located right in the centre of Stratford London, offering value for money accommodation close to excellent transport links which enable you to easily explore all the sites London has ... More | visit website

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Lonsdale Lodge (1.42 miles)

Lonsdale Lodge

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Lonsdale Lodge has been completely refurbished April 2004. We have mainly double and family rooms all of which are en-suite.A four poster bedroom is also available. We are within 25-40 minutes drive ... More

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Sir Alfred Hitchcock Hotel (1.43 miles)

Sir Alfred Hitchcock Hotel
With a beer garden and traditional restaurant, Sir Alfred Hitchcock Hotel offers cosy rooms with free Wi-Fi. The hotel is situated on the edge of Epping Forest, a 15-minute walk from Leytonstone Station.
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Forest View Hotel (1.53 miles)

Forest View Hotel

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Forest View is a well-established, independent hotel just 15 minutes from the West End by Tube, with free, secure parking and a full English breakfast to start the day. Inspected by the ... More

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Sacred Heart Lodge (1.57 miles)

Sacred Heart Lodge
The Sacred heart Lodge, a former Convent building refurbished into a modern Lodge with still all the classic looks. As one of London’s listed buildings, this modern Lodge provides you with all the modern features and ... More | visit website
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Forestgate Hotel (1.86 miles)

Forestgate Hotel

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Set in the upper 2 floors of a traditional Victorian public house, this hotel provides value-for-money accommodation and easy access to central London. The Forest Gate Hotel has a typical East London ... More

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Forest Gate Hotel (1.86 miles)

Forest Gate Hotel
The Forest Gate offers very basic accommodation and is therefore ideal for tourists and students who are travelling on a budget. Rates are considerably cheaper than those of more central hotels and transport links from ... More | visit website

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