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 Syon Abbey, the largest abbey church in England, which was founded in 1414/1415 at Twickenham Park. It was relocated near to Brentford in 1431. It was disbanded in 1539 due to opposing King Henry VIII. Also in Brentford is Syon House, which is the where the Duke of Northumberland resides when in London. The precise whereabouts of Syon Abbey was unknown until 2003/2004 when its foundations were found beneath Syon House by Channel 4’s Time Team. Other buildings of importance in Brentford include: Boston Manor House, Brentford Dock, London Butterfly House, Gunnersbury Park, etc.
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