The village of Hinxworth lies in rural Hertfordshire, between Biggleswade and Baldock, and boasts just around 100 residents. The villages of Baldock and Ashwell are within an 8 km and 10 km distance respectively.
Hinxworth’s sole amenities consist of a village hall, a public house, a park, a Royal Mail letter box, small church and a bus stop. The village sits in the extreme of Hertfordshire, right on the border with Cambridgeshire and Bedfordshire and is in close proximity of the River Rhee.
Sitting in agricultural land with mainly flat land pastures, wheat and bean fields and pleasant woodland, the village is linked to larger towns by railway stations at Baldock and Ashwell, which provide links via the Hitchin and Cambridge branch line of the Great Northern Railway.
Hinxworth is perhaps most noteworthy for the many Roman finds that have been discovered over the centuries. Not only human burial grounds with urns and other grave objects have been unearthed but also many Roman and Greek coins dating back to different centuries.
The largest hoard discovered so far amounted to some 500 Roman coins. That Hinxworth should boast so much evidence of Roman occupation is perhaps no surprise – the village lies within a mile and a half of an ancient Roman road that continues to neighbouring Ashwell.
When local residence are not scouring the countryside with their metal detectors to search for Roman remains, they can enjoy days out at Hinxworth Place, a medieval manor house located just outside the village that dates back to 1390, where the artist in residence John W Mills displays many of his works in the grounds, or they can join various clubs, such as the Hinxworth Archers, one of several archery clubs in the area or the Hinxworth Cricket Club.
Archery is an ancient craft and now a popular pastime in rural areas, just as clay pigeon shooting and horseback riding. If you were injured in an accident while attending an archery event, you could make an accident injury claim in Hinxworth against the negligent party.
Where can you make an accident injury claim in Hinxworth?
In a village as miniscule as Hinxworth you won’t be able to find an accident solicitor, and even neighbouring Ashwell may not have one who offers no win no fee services.
Instead of calling round Hertfordshire’s law firms, you could simply call Accident Advice Helpline on: 0800 689 0500 or: 0333 500 0993 and speak to one of their friendly experts instead.
If you qualify for making an accident injury claim in Hinxworth, their adviser will provide you with an estimate of how much compensation you might get for your injury claim.
All Accident Advice Helpline legal partners offer no win no fee services; this means you can start your claims process without paying anything upfront for legal fees, when you make an accident injury claim in Hinxworth with Accident Advice Helpline.