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The History of Hounslow
(Hounslow, TW3, London borough of Hounslow, Greater London)
Hounslow is the principal town in the London Borough of Hounslow. It is a suburban development situated 10.6 miles (17 km) west south-west of Charing Cross. It forms a post town in the TW postcode area.
Positioned on the Great Western Road, Hounslow was centred around Holy Trinity Priory founded in 1211. The priory developed what had been a small village into a town with regular markets and other facilities for travelers heading to
and from London. Although the priory was dissolved in 1539 the town remained an important staging post on the Great Western Road. The adjacent Hounslow Heath that had been used as a military encampment by both Oliver Cromwell and James
II developed a reputation as the haunt of highwaymen and footpad.
Hounslow Heath is a large public open space and local nature reserve to the west of Hounslow, a London borough. It now covers about 200 acres (80 ha), the residue
of the historic Hounslow Heath that covered over 4,000 acres (1,600 ha).
The Heath has major historical importance, originally routes from London to the west and southwest of Britain. Staines Road, the northern boundary of the present
Heath, is formerly the Roman Road, Trinobantes There are several historic references to Roman camps on or close to the Heath. Continuous recorded history dates
back to Norman times. It gave its name to the former hamlet of Heathrow.
Hounslow has a very high immigration rate. According to the 2011 Census, more than 50% of Hounslow residents are born outside of the UK.
A printed programme dated 7 July 1935 suggests that there may have been motor cycle speedway racing at a venue in Dockwell Lane branded as Hounslow Speedway.
Best information suggests there were more than one meeting staged in conjunction with the Hounslow Motor Cycle and Car Club.