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|Sovereign state||United Kingdom|
|Postcode district||WD3 9|
|Ambulance||East of England|
West Hyde is a village situated alongside the A412 road, in the Three Rivers District in south-west Hertfordshire, England. At the 2011 the population of the village was included in the Three Rivers ward of Maple Cross and Mill End.
- Jolly Gardeners - Believed to have been built in 1820, Ye Jolly Gardeners was the local public house for the village of West Hyde until 1956 and then converted into a house.
- The Oaks - Originally named The Royal Oak, and then The Fisherman's Tackle (from 1990), The Oaks (from 2013) is the village's current public house.
- St Thomas - The church of St Thomas of Canterbury was built in 1845. It was built in the Norman style and designed by Thomas Smith, Architect of Hertford; a copy of his earlier Holy Trinity Church at Wareside, completed in 1841. Pulhamite artificial stonework mouldings were used throughout. The building was faced with extremely high quality knapped flintwork, at a cost of £2,200.
- "Property details for Ye Jolly Gardeners Old Uxbridge Road West Hyde Rickmansworth WD3 9WZ - Zoopla". www.zoopla.co.uk.
- "8/887/90 THE FISHERMANS TACKLE COPPERMILL LANE WEST HYDE - Single storey side and rear extension The Fishermans Tackle Old Uxbridge Road West Hyde Hertfordshire WD3 9XP". www3.threerivers.gov.uk.
- "Amazing relaunch of a classic country pub - Review of The Oaks, Rickmansworth, England - TripAdvisor". www.tripadvisor.com.
- "West Hyde Genealogy Resources & Parish Registers - Hertfordshire". forebears.io.