5 Reasons To Live In...Royston
In the seventh and final of a series of short articles on each of the 7 locations in which Thomas Morris Sales & Letting operate, we present 5 reasons to live in …Royston
Royston is a great market town that can be found on the border of Hertfordshire and Cambridgeshire with excellent public transport links offering commuter services to London and Cambridge. Royston is a town that is developing fast, with supermarkets and a lively town centre filled with restaurants and shops.
Royston Branch Manager Darren Honey
Ok- so those are some of the facts about Royston - but why live there?
“One of the things I like about our little town is the balance. The balance between a rural setting and easy access of London and Cambridge.”
“One of my clients remarked ‘I can leave my office in Central London at 5pm and be back in the comfort of my own home by 6’”
Here are Darren Honey’s 5 reasons to live in Royston:
1 Royston Cave
The Royston Cave is an enjoyable excursion, enjoyed by both locals and tourists. It is full of history and interesting tales can be discovered.
2 Royston Picture Palace
Royston Picture Palace
The Royston Picture Palace is a community cinema that offers films for all ages and a range of genres. Films are frequently on and it is run by volunteers - so feel free to help out when you can.
3 Royston Folk Club
For those that love listening to live music, the Royston Folk Club is the place to be. With many talented performers it is a great evening out. If you are interested in performing, talent competitions are frequently run.
4 Local Restaurants
Thai Rack Glass House
There are many restaurants in Royston, whether you would like to dine in or takeaway, they are there to accommodate you. Restaurants such as the Thai Rack, Circa and Royston Tandoori offer amazing food. If you get the chance to visit the Thai Rack, the Mixed Seafood Salad is amazing!
5 Direct Trains To Londons Kings Cross
For the commuters, or those who simply like to visit London, there are frequent trains to London. They run twice an hour during off peak and 3-4 times an hour during peak times. The duration of the train takes between 45 minutes to an hour depending on the time of day.
So there we are…
5 reasons (and there’s lots more) to live in Royston according to Darren Honey.
To find out more about the Royston branch please click here or contact the office direct on 01763 243331
Author: Taeja Austin