Abbots Langley is a considerably sized village in Hertfordshire in England with a population of 10,472. It is close to Watford and many people commute there, and it was formerly part of the Watford Rural District. It is now in the Three Rivers District.
The first record of the village goes back to 1045 and it is mentioned in the Domesday book, which documented that 19 families lived there at the time. The village lies on clay, so the water supply is plentiful.
Abbots Langley is probably most famous for being the birthplace of Pope Adrian IV, the only Englishman to ever become Pope. He was born Nicholas Breakspear in around 1100.
The village has a Methodist Church as well as the Church of St Lawrence the Martyr which has a 12th-century tower and Norman arches.
Near the south of Abbots Langley are Leavesden Film Studios, situated on the former Rolls-Royce airfield. Scenes from films like GoldenEye and Harry Potter have been filmed there.
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