|OS National Grid||TQ061944|
|Residents||23,973 (as of 2011)|
|ZIP code section||WD3|
|Part of the country||England|
|region||East of England|
|British Parliament||South West Hertfordshire|
Rickmansworth is a place with about 24,000 inhabitants (2011) in England . It is the administrative seat of the Three Rivers district in Hertfordshire and is 7 km west of Watford . The River Colne flows on the southeastern edge of the village, and the River Chess flows into the River Colne on the eastern edge of the village.
Rickmansworth is connected to London by the London Underground's Metropolitan Line , but the city itself is outside the Greater London area . The city grew thanks to the connection to the Metropolitan Line, especially in the 20s and 30s of the 20th century and it is still largely characterized by commuters.
The writer George Eliot had a summer residence in town. The house on High Street is now part of the St. Joan of Arc School .
Daughters and sons of the city
- John Brownjohn (1929-2020), translator
- Rickmansworth in Hertfordshire brief history of the place by Norman Lucey
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