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The History of Hanwell
(Hanwell, W7 London Borough of Ealing, London)

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Hanwell is a town in the London Borough of Ealing, west London, England. Hanwell is about 2.5 km west of central Ealing.

St. Mary's Church is the original ancient parish church. The present church structure was built in 1841. As such, it stands as one of George Gilbert Scott's very early churches, executed in the style of Gothic Revival, and consists of masoned white limestone and gault brickwork, with flint-rubble and mortar panels. Scott himself later condemned his work of this period as "a mass of horrors". However, the famous painter William Frederick Yeames, who at one time was its churchwarden, is thought to have done the wall paintings in the chancel.
Hanwell Clock Tower was unveiled on Hanwell Broadway at midday on 7 May 1937, as part of Ealing's celebration of the coronation of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth (later known as the Queen Mother) by Alderman Alfred Bradford, chairman of the Highways Committee. The Mayor, Frederick Woodward, was also present, as were members of the Hanwell Chamber of Commerce and 'a large concourse of the general public'.

Schools in Hanwell include Brentside High School, Drayton Manor High School (which later adopted as its own the motto the Hanwell Council's motto of nec aspera terrent), Elthorne Park High School, Hobbayne Primary School, Mayfield Primary School, Oaklands Primary School, Oaklands Junior School, St Josephs RC Primary School, and St Mark's Primary School.

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