Twickenham exists as the key region within the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames. Due to the explosive population expansion of London during the 20th century the town of Twickenham rapidly expanded and in 1926 very quickly found itself being […]

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Boston Manor

Boston manor is now considered as part of the London Borough of Hounslow and is one of Middlesex’s most famous old manors. The oldest mention of the area of Boston where Boston manor would be constructed was around 1170 as […]

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West London

West London is a region of London which consists of the boroughs of Ealing, Harrow, Hammersmith, Fulham, Brent, Hounslow and Hillingdon. The region of West London was formed in 2004 and was expanded to include Chelsea and Kensington in 2008. […]

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Greenford exists as a large town within the London Borough of Ealing, which is in west London. Greenford formerly belonged to the county of Middlesex. Some of the most notable landmark locations within the town include Horsenden Hill, Betham House […]

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From maps of Ealing from 1890 and beforehand, Northfields can be seen to be a very small rural village, with only a few houses here and there and much of the surrounding land being used as orchards. However the rapid […]

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Isleworth is situated in West London, in the London Borough of Hounslow. It sits west of the River Thames and just east of Hounslow. The original settlement area is now known as Old Isleworth. An area known as Spring Grove […]

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Acton is an area in West London, England. North Acton, West Acton, East Acton, South Acton, Acton Green, Acton Town and Acton Central are all parts of Acton, In 2001 the census showed it has a population of 53,689 people.The […]

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Brentford’s name derives from a fording point built on the River Brent. The river’s name, “Brent”, is thought to have been named after the Celtic Goddess ‘Brigantes’.There has been some notable people and pieces of architecture in Brentford, Such as […]

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Barnes falls under the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames; it is a riverside London suburb in southwest London. Barnes is well known for its historic village area centred on the pond, it has a various amount of 18th and […]

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Chelsea is in the South-East of England, very close to London (Slightly to the SW of London).The name Chelsea derives from the Anglo Saxons. In Old English it means “Landing place for Chalk and Limestone”. In Anglo Saxon, it translates […]

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