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South Mimms is a village in the Hertsmere district of Hertfordshire.

St Giles’ Church, South Mimms
Credit: John Salmon
It is a small settlement located near to the junction of the M25 motorway with the A1(M) motorway and is perhaps more widely known because of the service station at that junction which takes its name from the village, and for mountain biking routes in the area which start from the service station.

Before 1965’s creation of Greater London, it was part of Middlesex rather than Hertfordshire and, along with Potters Bar, was transferred to the latter county in that year.


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St Giles’ Church, South Mimms
John Salmon

THE STREETS OF SOUTH MIMMS
Arlingham Cottages, EN6 A street within the EN6 postcode
Bignell’s Corner, EN6 Bignell’s Corner is a road in the EN6 postcode area
Bignells Corner, EN6 Bignells Corner is a road in the EN6 postcode area
Bignels Corner, EN6 A street within the EN6 postcode
Blackhorse Lane, EN6 A street within the EN6 postcode
Brookside, EN6 Brookside is a road in the EN6 postcode area
Cecil Road, EN6 Cecil Road is a road in the EN6 postcode area
Earls Corner, EN6 A street within the EN6 postcode
Frowycke Crescent, EN6 Frowycke Crescent is a road in the EN6 postcode area
Frowyke Crescent, EN6 A street within the EN6 postcode
Gascoyne Close, EN6 A street within the EN6 postcode
Gowar Field, EN6 Gowar Field is a road in the EN6 postcode area
Greyhound Lane, EN6 Greyhound Lane is a road in the EN6 postcode area
Hamilton Close, EN6 Hamilton Close is a road in the EN6 postcode area
Hepburn Court, EN6 A street within the EN6 postcode
New Road, EN6 New Road is a road in the EN6 postcode area
Potter Bar By-Pass, EN6 Potter Bar By-Pass is a road in the EN6 postcode area
Saint Albans Road, EN6 This is a street in the EN6 postcode area
South Mimms Bypass, AL2 South Mimms Bypass is a road in the AL2 postcode area
St. Albans Road, EN6 A street within the EN6 postcode
St. Giles Avenue, EN6 St. Giles Avenue is a road in the EN6 postcode area
Swanland Road, EN6 A street within the EN6 postcode
Wash Lane, EN6 Wash Lane is a road in the EN6 postcode area



 

South Mimms

South Mimms is a village in the Hertsmere district of Hertfordshire.

It is a small settlement located near to the junction of the M25 motorway with the A1(M) motorway and is perhaps more widely known because of the service station at that junction which takes its name from the village, and for mountain biking routes in the area which start from the service station.

Before 1965’s creation of Greater London, it was part of Middlesex rather than Hertfordshire and, along with Potters Bar, was transferred to the latter county in that year.
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