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Brentham Garden Suburb
Brentham Garden Suburb
near Pitshanger
Pitshanger
in Ealing
Ealing
was the first garden suburb in London
London
to be built in cooperative principles, predating the larger and better-known Hampstead Garden Suburb
Hampstead Garden Suburb
by some years. It was mostly built between 1901 and 1915, and became a conservation area in 1969. Brentham is noted for its annual May Day festival and for the Brentham Cricket Club. External links[edit]

Brentham Heritage Society

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London
London
Borough of Ealing

Districts

Acton Acton Green Bedford Park Dormers Wells Ealing
Ealing
(including Brentham Garden Suburb
Brentham Garden Suburb
and Pitshanger) East Acton Greenford Hanwell North Acton Northolt Norwood Green Park Royal Perivale South Acton Southall West Acton West Ealing
Ealing
(including Northfields)

Attractions

Hoover Building London
London
Motorcycle Museum Museum of Asian Music Pitzhanger Manor
Pitzhanger Manor
Gallery and House Questors Theatre Wharncliffe Viaduct

Parks and open spaces

Acton Green Acton Park Ealing
Ealing
Common Lammas Park Northala Fields Southall
Southall
Park Walpole Park

Constituencies

Ealing
Ealing
Central and Acton Ealing
Ealing
North Ealing
Ealing
Southall

Tube and railway stations

Acton Central Acton Main Line Acton Town Boston Manor Castle Bar Park Chiswick Park Drayton Green Ealing
Ealing
Broadway Ealing
Ealing
Common Greenford Hanger Lane Hanwell North Acton North Ealing Northfields Northolt Northolt
Northolt
Park Park Royal Perivale South Acton Southall South Ealing South Greenford Sudbury Town West Acton West Ealing

Places of worship

All Saints, Ealing Christ the Redeemer, Southall Christ the Saviour, Ealing Our Lady Mother of the Church, Ealing Our Lady of Hungary, Ealing Our Lady of Lourdes, Acton Ealing
Ealing
Abbey Holy Cross, Greenford Holy Trinity, Southall St Anselm, Southall St Alban, Acton Green St Barnabas, Ealing St Barnabas, Northolt
Northolt
Park St Christopher, Hanwell St Dunstan, East Acton St Edward the Confessor, Greenford St Gabriel, North Acton St George, Southall St Hugh, Northolt St James, Ealing St John, Ealing St John, Southall St Mary, Acton St Mary, Ealing St Mary, Hanwell St Mary, Norwood Green St Mary, Perivale St Mary, West Twyford St Mary and St Nicholas, Greenford St Mary with St Richard, Northolt St Mellitus, Hanwell St Paul, Ealing St Peter, Ealing St Peter, Acton Green St Stephen, Ealing St Thomas the Apostle, Hanwell

Other topics

Coat of arms Council Grade I and II* listed buildings People Public art Schools

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