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With Heathrow Airport only twenty minutes away by car and the usual underground and overground train stations, getting around London and the rest of the world is easy.

Dating back to the 9th/8th BC, A later settlement was excavated opposite Gunnersbury Station.Over 100 skulls retrieved from the Thames, are believed to have been offerings to their Gods from river burials made by Iron Age people (650BC-43AD).The Romans built two roads through Chiswick which converged at Turnham Green and Roman pottery and building material has been found by the river near St Nicholas Church.The Chiswick Rooms is within easy reach to the centre of London and the West End.Our nearest underground station Stamford Brook (1 minute walk) on the District Line; which is the main underground line used to disembark for Londons most sought out attractions such as Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey, Big Ben.But central London isn’t completely off bounds to cars (yet), so check out these properties with hi-tech parking for car-lovers The best restaurants in Chiswick Cult Wines, a wine investment company in Chiswick, won The Queen’s Award for Enterprise in 2017.

Here, Managing Director Tom Gearing tells The Resident why now’s the time to put your money in wine Luxury pre-loved handbag boutique Bagista is opening its first pop-up shop this summer on the King’s Road, Chelsea’s iconic shopping destination Chiswick local Josephine Pembroke wanted to set up a platform that would give women a voice – and now the podcasting site is going from strength to strength Rick Stein said he’d never open a London restaurant, but he didn’t take into account the lure of Barnes…

In the 1860s, In Gunnersbury and Bedford Park, Suburban building began.

The first Suburbs were designed and built in 1875, on the borders of Chiswick and Acton.

Its south-west end, opposite end and east has become indented.

The island is submerged (excluding trees) at high tide.

Diaries at the ready, here are our top 15 things to do in London this weekend including Le Petit Chef’s animated dinner, Geffrye Museum’s closing exhibition and an immersive ABBA experience at Southbank Centre The fun doesn’t stop just because Christmas is over!