Dane End is a hamlet to the north of Ware in Hertfordshire, England situated between the A602 and A10. It is within Little Munden civil parish and East Hertfordshire District Council. It has a population of around 700. Dane End means the 'valley ends' and is located where a tributary of the River Lea comes off the surrounding chalk.
Little Munden Primary School
Little Munden School is a Church of England voluntary controlled primary school. It was founded in 1819 at All Saints Church by the Reverend J P Reynolds, who served as rector from 1819 to 1831. The school was designated as a Grade II listed building by English Heritage in 1984 as an early example of a parish school.
Football club Dane End United play in the East Hertfordshire Corinthians League, a local Sunday football league, and Ware and District five-a-side league. They play their home games in Horses Meadow. The Little Munden Cricket Club play at nearby Green End. Currently, it plays in the Herts & Essex Cricket League, Division 5.
- "Dane End", Hertfordshire.com
- "Dane End", East Herts Council
- "Statutory Instruments 1999 No. 2432 The Designation of Schools Having a Religious Character (England) Order 1999", Office of Public Sector Information
- History of Little Munden School retrieved 18 July 2007
- Picture and description, Images of England, English Heritage retrieved 18 July 2007
- "Dane End United", Mundens.net
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