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Chiswell Green is an area, originally a village, in St Albansmarker, Hertfordshiremarker with a population of approximately 2,800, in the City and District of St Albansmarker.

It is situated 2 miles south of St Albans on the North Orbital Road, close to Junction 21A of the M25marker.

To the south east of Chiswell Green is Park Streetmarker, and to the south, Bricket Woodmarker.

There is one pub in Chiswell Green, The Three Hammers. There are two schools sharing one site in West Avenue: Killigrew Junior School and Killigrew Infant and Nursery School.

Originally positioned on Old Watford Road around The Three Hammers public house, Chiswell Green was much extended between the wars and shortly afterwards. It now is a medium-sized suburb.

Locality

Nearby places outside the district include Hatfieldmarker to the east, Welwyn Garden Citymarker to the northeast, Lutonmarker and Dunstablemarker to the northwest, Hemel Hempsteadmarker to the west, Watfordmarker to the southwest and Borehamwoodmarker to the south.

Royal National Rose Society Gardens

The Royal National Rose Society Gardensmarker (formerly the Gardens of the Rose) are the headquarters of The Royal National Rose Society located at Chiswell Green. The gardens contain thousands of rose varieties and are normally open to the public. They were closed for four years while the landscape gardener Michael Balston remodelled them. They reopened in June 2007.

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