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Folk Customs:
April Fools Day
Baddeley Cake
Beating the Tower Boundaries
Blessing of the Throats
Bonfire Night
Changing of the Quill
Doggett's Coat and Badge Race
Footbridge Rent of one Red Rose
Hot Cross Buns for the Widow’s son
Mass for the executed Charles I
Quit Rents Ceremony
Vintners' Company Procession

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C & L Golf & Country Club
"Beatifully decorated. Excellent food and service. Everyone enjoyed the food. Everything was well organised Thank you Nicholas

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C & L Golf & Country Club
"Excellent time we all had at this venue. Mr. S. Rudki was excellent in ensuring that our family event was memorable!! Nothing was any trouble and more people arrived then ..." More

C & L Golf & Country Club
"The worst event ever, management will promise you everything - and will dissapoint. The food was either excelent and in short supply, or simply old and badly prepared. There was ..." More

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Northolt is a leafy London suburb with a history dating back as far as the Saxon Settlers who first came here. Agriculture played its part across the years and the town remained a smallish farming settlement right up until the early 20th Century. A visit today will reveal a charming Village Green which has a brook running through it, an impressive Marina where colourful boats are seen, and an ancient church dedicated to St Mary which dates back to the 14th Century, close by there are a choice of welcoming pubs to sample. There's a good range of local shops to browse, and a handy tube station which links with the city and all that it has to offer. There are several parks to enjoy, and even a chance to walk along the banks of the Grand Union Canal which journeys through here. There's a definite mix of architecture lining the roads from the ancient Saxon church, rows of 1930's semis, to an ornate Clock Tower built in 1937, the town was once famed for its Pony Racing in the 1920's and although the racing has stopped today's visitors are drawn here with it's ideal position being close to both Ealing and Harrow.

Estate Agent

Bairstow Eves South Bucks Ltd
Belvue Estates
Northolt Estate Angency Ltd
Tony Paul Estate Agents

Golf Club

C & L Golf & Country Club

Health and Fitness Club

LA Fitness

School

Northolt High School

Activities

West London Shooting School(Shooting)

Places to Stay near Northolt

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Innkeeper's Lodge Northolt (0.69 miles)

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The Innkeeper's Lodge Northolt is located 10 miles north of Central London on the A312, this lodge shares its grounds with a Harvester restaurant. Directly opposite Northolt Underground Station, the ... More

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Days Hotel London - South Ruislip (1.26 miles)

Days Hotel London - South Ruislip

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This cosmopolitan London hotel is close to the Tube, rail network and Heathrow Airport, while the M25, M40, M4 and M1 motorways are all within 10 minutes' drive. Easily accessible from London's ... More

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Premier Inn Hayes Heathrow (2.10 miles)

Ideally located within easy reach of the M4, M40/A40 and M25. Local attractions include Twickenham and Wembley stadiums, Hampton Court, Thorpe Park and Legoland Windsor. For shops and local amenities Hayes town centre is only ... More | visit website
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Eurotraveller Hotel-Premier (Harrow) (2.16 miles)

Eurotraveller Hotel-Premier (Harrow)

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Eurotraveller Hotel-Premier (Harrow) is a newly built high end Hotel. Situated in Harrow, a Green and leafy , quite part of London and with its bright, airy, contemporary rooms with ... More

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Universal Plaza Hotel (2.21 miles)

Universal Plaza Hotel

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Newly built hotel on Southall Broadway, 15 minutes drive from Heathrow Airport, very close to a312, m4, a40 & m25. All the rooms are en-suite, with colour TV, mini fridge, tea/coffee ... More

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Roshni Nightz (2.28 miles)

Roshni Nightz

Roshni Nightz is a newly built family run hotel that offers its guest a warm, friendly and homely atmosphere. Located in the heart of Southall (just off M40 leads onto the A40 and M25) and ... More | visit website

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Willow Guest House (2.30 miles)

Willow Guest House

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10 minutes to Heathrow Airport and 30 minutes to the Central London.
Detached corner house built in the mid 1950s. Very well kept with ample parking. 100 yards away from the main ... More

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Premier Inn London Greenford (2.53 miles)

Ideally located with excellent transport links, within easy reach of A40 and just 6 minutes walk from Perivale underground station, for travel into the heart of London. Only 4 miles away from Wembley stadium. Our London ... More | visit website

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Fountain House Hotel (2.53 miles)

Fountain House Hotel

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Offering affordable accommodation near Heathrow Airport, this friendly, family-run hotel enjoys an interesting history. Built in 1905, the building was once a school where famous writer George Orwell lived and taught. Today, it ... More

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Barn Hotel (2.55 miles)

Barn Hotel

The Barn Hotel is a unique 17th century listed building set in three acres of rose gardens and lawns. The hotel combines old world charm and character with every modern facility. The luxury new air-conditioned ... More | visit website

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