Chigwell is a civil parish and town inside the Epping Forest district of Essex. It is situated on an outlying suburb of London, situated 12 miles (19 kilometres) north-east of Charing Cross. Along with the adjoining suburban areas of Loughton and Buckhurst Hill, Chigwell forms a part of the area known as the 'golden triangle' of Essex. The hamlet of Chigwell Row lies towards the east of Chigwell, close to Lambourne. This section of the parish is densely forested and predominantly rural. Grange Hill is the location surrounding the junction of Manor Road and Fencepiece Road/Hainault Road, spreading as far as the boundary with Redbridge and the Limes Farm estate. Chigwell features a population of around 12500 and is generally viewed as a wealthy location, which since the TV series Essex Wives, journalists have called (with Loughton and Buckhurst Hill), the Essex golden triangle. The town is characterised by big suburban homes, notably in Manor Road, Hainault Road and Chigwell High Road, which featured in the popular English situation comedy Birds of a Feather. You'll find numerous sports and leisure facilities available to the town's 12987 residents. A David Lloyd Leisure Centre is situated off Roding Road by the M11 motorway, which includes indoor and outdoor tennis courts, swimming pools and gymnasium. Also in the area are a Holmes Place Health Club, Topgolf playing Centre and Chigwell Golf Club. Chigwell Cricket Club is based in the Old Chigwellians Club in Roding Lane. You'll find two pubs, The King William IV as well as the Two Brewers. There's a Local Nature Reserve at Roding Valley Meadows off Roding Lane which follows the River Roding up to Loughton. For all of your house upgrades, make certain that you employ trustworthy pros in Chigwell to make sure you get the best quality.