Hampton is an area within the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames, although it was previously classified within the county of Middlesex. It is based around an old village which is situated on the northern most bank of the River […]

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Iver/ Iver Heath

Iver’s name is of Anglo Saxon origin and is recorded as meaning ‘place by the brow of the hill’ or ‘Evreham’. Iver is around 20 miles outside of London, whilst the area itself consists of about 8 square miles of […]

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A small town in south west London, Sunbury-on-Thames is a part of the London commuter belt. It is located in the borough of Spelthorne, and 16 miles (25 km) southwest of central London. It is also bordered by Hampton and […]

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There is thought to have been human habitation of the area we now know as Teddington since the Mesolithic and Neolithic periods, due to evidence (such as bone tools) being found that have been dated back to the these periods; […]

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The area known today as Windsor has been long been settled by humans, with archaeological evidence which suggest that the site was consistently settled throughout history because of its strategically valuable location, with items found from the Iron Age, Bronze […]

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