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Shepiston Lane, Hayes, EN, GB, UB3 1LP

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»Cranford Community College

Opened in 1975, the Cranford Community College is counted as a rapidly growing institute that has been acclaimed as a Language College. The co-education community college encourages extra-curriculum activities by making available music clubs and conservation clubs. 

High Street
Hounslow, TW5 9PD

»Barra Hall Park

Barra Hall Park is set near the center of Hayes, in the ward of Townfield and was the grounds of Barra Hall, a Jacobean-style mansion built in 1872. In 1924, the Hayes Urban District Council transformed the hall into council offices and the grounds in to a municipal park with a children's playground and tennis courts. Today the scenic park features a bandstand, refreshment area and an open-air space for theatrical performanc. It is a picturesque location and was one of the filming locations for the movie ‘Bend it like Beckham’.

31 Freemans Lane
Hillingdon, UB3 2LG


The Local Nature Reserve of Cranebank lies on the eastern side of the River Crane. Located in the Hatton region of Hounslow, the site is under the care of Hounslow Council. Part of the Crane Corridor Site of Metropolitan Importance for Nature Conservation, the region is characterized by water meadows. Cranebank is home to several rare species like the ragged robin and the cuckoo flower. One can also spot rare species of butterflies, damselflies and dragonflies. 

Eastern Perimeter Road
Hounslow, TW6 2SQ

»St George's Interdenominational Chapel

Situated in the west wing of the world famous Heathrow International Airport, the St George's Chapel is a rather unique place of worship. With thousands of people passing through and waiting at the airport , the only thing that seems to be missing is a place to worship which this airport contains. The chapel was built and designed by the Tony Meadows Architects in 1968. Though it is predominantly a Christian Chapel with chaplains of various denominations present, it also has facilities and places to pray for other faith like Muslim and Jewish. There are regular services that are held, but nonetheless it stays open for a certain time everyday and is open to public.

Inner Ring West
London, TW6 1BP

»Harmondsworth Great Barn

The Harmondsworth Great Barn is also commonly called the Manor Farm Barn. This medieval barn is located in the Harmondsworth village of London Borough of Hillingdon. Dating back to the 15th Century, this designated site of English heritage served as the manor farm of a bigger complex. The mansion saw much historical turmoil in its years of existence. At present the site is a public spot and is open to visitors on select days and timings.

High Street
Hillingdon, UB7 0AQ

»St Anselm's Church, Southall

Located in one of the most diverse regions of London, the St Anselm's Church in Southall is attended by people from all cultures and ethinicities. to bring together the different groups of people staying here into a harmonious union. It was established in 1906 and belongs to the Society of Jesus in Ealing. It has been a major contributor towards the prosperity of the society in terms of celebration of important events as well social inclusion of different members.

The Green
Ealing, UB2 4BE

»Hounslow Heath

This 200 acre (80 hectare) park is a nature reserve in the London borough of Hounslow. The park features wildflower meadows, wetlands, and a large network of walking paths.

Staines Road
Hounslow, TW4 5AB

»Osterley Park

Osterley Park is a large, picturesque house in Osterley, West London. The property is owned and maintained by The National Trust, and offers a Robert Adam house, a tea-room, a shop and many acres of peaceful parkland. The grand stables are open on Sunday afternoons during the summer, and the park and pleasure grounds are open all year, whichever is earlier. Facilities are available for educational visits, and these can cater for groups of up to 60 (telephone in advance). Toilets for the disabled are available, as are baby-changing facilities. Braille guides, guides in some foreign languages and guides designed for younger children are also on hand. The tea-room are child-friendly. Dogs (with the exception of guide dogs and hearing dogs) are only allowed in the park, and safe-parking facilities are provided for bikes.

Osterley Lane
London, TW7 4RB

»Staines Reservoirs

Lying to King George VI Reservoir’s east end, Staines Reservoirs is a part of the Surrey county. Housed near Heathrow airport, the reservoirs are nestled within the Colne Valley regional park. The settlements of Stanwell and Staines lie in close proximity to the reservoirs. Dating back to the 20th Century, the reservoirs have been designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest. Staines Reservoirs is home to many winter birds including tufted ducks, goosander, goldeneye and pochard. 

56 Town Lane
Staines-upon-Thames, TW19 7RX

»St Mary's Church - Hanwell

Located at the highest point in the town of Hanwell, this charming church has been here since 954 CE. With a history that dates centuries back, it is noteworthy that the church has survived till today. The beautiful architecture shows a mix of Gothic Revival and Georgian styles. To attend a service or to know more about the history of this congregation, please call ahead or visit their website.

Church Road
Hanwell, W7 3QP

»St. Mary's Church

St. Mary's Church welcomes devotees from all walks of life and background. It tries to preach and develop faith in Christianity by spreading God's message through the Holy Bible. The Church hosts various events and musical concerts for children and adults alike. The church also conducts services and celebrates mass on a routine basis. Religious ceremonies like weddings, baptisms, confirmations and communions also take place at the congregation. 

32 Osterley Road
Isleworth, TW7 4PW

»Wharncliffe Viaduct

An archaic viaduct considered to be architect Isambard Kingdom Brunel’s first major design and the first contract to be let on his Great Western Railway, Wharncliffe Viaduct was completed in 1837. It is an impressive landmark buried in Hanwell and when constructed, was meant to sustain couple of broad gauge tracks. Today it carries trains across the Brent valley at an elevation of 65 feet (19.81 meters). It is 900 feet (274.32 meters) long and has eight arches and was the first ever railway viaduct built using hollow piers.

52 Brentvale Avenue
London, UB1 3ER
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