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  1. Roydon es una localidad situada en el condado de Essex, en Inglaterra ( Reino Unido ), con una población estimada a mediados de 2016 de 1469 habitantes. 1 Se encuentra ubicada al sureste de la región Este de Inglaterra, al noreste de Londres, y a poca distancia de la ciudad de Chelmsford —la capital del condado— y de la costa del mar del Norte .

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    Marmaduke Roydon(1583–1646), English merchant-adventurer, colonial planter and Royalist army officer Mathew Roydon(died 1622), English poet Roydon Hayes(born 1971), New Zealand cricketer Matthew Clairmont alias Roydon, character in Shadow of Night Diana Bishop alias Roydon, character in Shadow of Night See also[edit] Royden (disambiguation)

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    Roydon is a village located in the Epping Forest district of the county of Essex, England. It is located 1.5 miles west of Harlow, 3.5 miles east of Hoddesdon and 4.6 miles northwest of Epping, forming part of the border with Hertfordshire. The village lies on the Stort Navigation and River Stort. Roydon is recorded in the Domesday Book of 1086 as ...

    The village is served by Roydon railway station on the West Anglia Main Line, with trains operated by Greater Anglia linking the village to London Liverpool Street and Cambridge.

    The village has its own primary school, Roydon Primary School. The original school building was built in 1876.

    Roydon is known for its black poplar trees, particularly the World's End Poplar. The Roydon Countrycare Section of the Roydon Society received £3,467 from the Heritage Lottery Fund for the Black Poplar Project.

    The village is the home of the Roydon Marina Village. The 32 acres holiday complex comprises a 315 berth marina, camp site, holiday lodges, residential homes, hotel and restaurant called Pizza and Steak. The area encompasses Roydon Mill, a three-storey, brick-built mill, built in 1906. Angling is available in the park includes a section of the Rive...

    The village's cricket team, Roydon C.C. play at the southern end of Occupation Lane. Football team Roydon F.C. are members of the Essex Olympian Football League Division One and play at Harlow Road. Formed in 1901, the club played in the Hertford & District League from soon after their formation until the 2000-01 season, when they won each of the H...

    • 7.022 km² (2.711 sq mi)
    • 2,193 (2011 census)
  3. From Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Roydon is a village and civil parish in Epping Forest, Essex, England. In 2001 there were 2771 people living in Roydon. References ↑ "Neighbourhood Statistics". Archived from the original on 2016-03-04. Retrieved 2012-07-08. v t e Epping Forest

  4. The Dictionary of National Biography identified him tentatively as the son of Owen Roydon who co-operated with Thomas Proctor in 1578 in the latter's Gorgious Gallery of Gallant Inventions; and as the Mathew Royden who graduated M.A. at Oxford on 7 July 1580. He was soon afterwards a prominent figure in literary society in London, and knew the ...

  5. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Roydon Common is a 194.9-hectare (482-acre) biological Site of Special Scientific Interest east of King's Lynn in Norfolk. It is also a Grade I Nature Conservation Review site, a National Nature Reserve and a Ramsar site.