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Snaresbrook

Snaresbrook is a district of East London in the London Borough of Redbridge. It is located 8 miles east of Charing Cross.

The name derives from a corruption of Sayers brook, a tributary of the River Roding that flows through Wanstead to the East.

Snaresbrook is bounded approximately by South Woodford to the north, the lower reaches of Epping Forest and Upper Leytonstone, Leyton and Walthamstow to the west, Leytonstone to the south and Wanstead to the east. Snaresbrook Ward in the London Borough of Redbridge covers most of Wanstead High Street. The ward forms part of the 2007 parliamentary boundary changes and is currently entirely within the parliamentary constituency of Leyton and Wanstead (UK Parliament constituency).

Snaresbrook's most notable building is Snaresbrook Crown Court. It was opened in 1843 as the Wanstead Infant Orphan Asylum by King Leopold I of Belgium, and later became the Royal Wanstead School. It was designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott and William Bonython Moffatt.

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According to the 2011 census, 57% of the population is White British, with the second and third largest ethnicities being Other White at 10% and Indian at 9%.

Snaresbrook Primary is one of the schools in Snaresbrook.

Forest School was used in the filming of Never Let Me Go for the Hailsham assembly scenes.

Nearest areas

The nearest London Underground station is Snaresbrook on the Epping branch of the Central line.

  1. "Redbridge Ward population 2011". Neighbourhood Statistics. Office for National Statistics. Retrieved18 October 2016.
  2. "Snaresbrook - UK Census Data 2011".
  3. "SNARESBROOK: Film crew descends on school". East London and West Essex Guardian Series. Retrieved5 May 2021.


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Snaresbrook Language Watch Edit Snaresbrook is a district of East London in the London Borough of Redbridge It is located 8 miles east of Charing Cross SnaresbrookEagle Pond and Snaresbrook Crown CourtSnaresbrookLocation within Greater LondonPopulation11 868 2011 Census Ward 1 OS grid referenceTQ395895London boroughRedbridgeWaltham ForestCeremonial countyGreater LondonRegionLondonCountryEnglandSovereign stateUnited KingdomPost townLONDONPostcode districtE11Dialling code020PoliceMetropolitanFireLondonAmbulanceLondonUK ParliamentLeyton amp WansteadLondon AssemblyHavering and RedbridgeNorth EastList of places UK England London51 35 13 N 0 00 52 E 51 587027 N 0 014563 E 51 587027 0 014563 Coordinates 51 35 13 N 0 00 52 E 51 587027 N 0 014563 E 51 587027 0 014563 The name derives from a corruption of Sayers brook a tributary of the River Roding that flows through Wanstead to the East Snaresbrook is bounded approximately by South Woodford to the north the lower reaches of Epping Forest and Upper Leytonstone Leyton and Walthamstow to the west Leytonstone to the south and Wanstead to the east Snaresbrook Ward in the London Borough of Redbridge covers most of Wanstead High Street The ward forms part of the 2007 parliamentary boundary changes and is currently entirely within the parliamentary constituency of Leyton and Wanstead UK Parliament constituency Snaresbrook s most notable building is Snaresbrook Crown Court It was opened in 1843 as the Wanstead Infant Orphan Asylum by King Leopold I of Belgium and later became the Royal Wanstead School It was designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott and William Bonython Moffatt Contents 1 Demography 2 Education 3 Transport and locale 4 ReferencesDemography EditAccording to the 2011 census 57 of the population is White British with the second and third largest ethnicities being Other White at 10 and Indian at 9 2 Education EditSnaresbrook Primary is one of the schools in Snaresbrook Forest School was used in the filming of Never Let Me Go for the Hailsham assembly scenes 3 Transport and locale EditNearest areasWanstead Leytonstone Woodford Walthamstow The nearest London Underground station is Snaresbrook on the Epping branch of the Central line References Edit Redbridge Ward population 2011 Neighbourhood Statistics Office for National Statistics Retrieved 18 October 2016 Snaresbrook UK Census Data 2011 SNARESBROOK Film crew descends on school East London and West Essex Guardian Series Retrieved 5 May 2021 British History Reports The Parliamentary Constituencies England Order 2007 This London location article is a stub You can help Wikipedia by expanding it vte Retrieved from https en wikipedia org w index php title Snaresbrook amp oldid 1042347937, wikipedia, wiki, book,

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