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Acton was a local government district in Middlesex, England
England
from 1865 to 1965.

Contents

1 Formation 2 Coat of arms 3 Later history 4 See also 5 References 6 External links

Formation[edit] In 1865 the Local Government Act 1858 was adopted by the parish of Acton, and a twelve-member local board of health was formed to govern the area. The Local Government Act 1894
Local Government Act 1894
constituted the area an urban district, and an urban district council of fifteen councillors replaced the local board. The number of councillors was increased to sixteen in 1906. In 1921 the town was granted a charter of incorporation to become a municipal borough. The borough council consisted of a mayor, six aldermen and twenty-four councillors. Coat of arms[edit] On incorporation in 1921 the borough was granted a coat of arms by the College of Arms. The shield featured an oak tree and the crest a branch of oak, both in reference to the derivation of the name "Acton" from "Oak Town". At the top of the shield were the arms of Middlesex County Council between an open book and a cogwheel for education and industry in the borough respectively.[1] In 1926, the Borough Council granted permission for the Canadian village of Acton, Ontario
Acton, Ontario
to adopt a variant of its coat of arms, substituting maple leaves for the oak leaves in the original,[2] which it used until 1974. Later history[edit] Prior to the Second World War
Second World War
the borough council was controlled by the Conservative Party. In post-war elections control passed to the Labour Party.[3] In 1965 the municipal borough was abolished and its former area transferred to Greater London
Greater London
to be combined with that of other districts to form the London Borough of Ealing. The oak from the coat of arms is now present in the coat of arms of the London Borough of Ealing. See also[edit]

London Government Act 1963

References[edit]

^ Acton Borough Council, Civic Heraldry of England
England
and Wales, accessed January 22, 2008 ^ "A Suitable Crest for Acton: The Council Favors Adoption of That of Acton, England". The Acton Free Press. Acton, Ontario. September 2, 1926. p. 1.  ^ Acton: Local Government, in Victoria County History of Middlesex, Vol. 7 (British History Online), accessed January 22, 2008

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Battersea Bermondsey Bethnal Green Camberwell Chelsea Deptford Finsbury Fulham Greenwich Hackney Hammersmith Hampstead Holborn Islington Kensington Lambeth Lewisham Paddington Poplar Shoreditch Southwark St. Marylebone St. Pancras Stepney Stoke Newington Wandsworth Westminster Woolwich

Constituent parts of Greater London

Essex

Barking Chigwell (part) Chingford Dagenham East Ham Hornchurch Ilford Leyton Romford Walthamstow Wanstead and Woodford West Ham

Hertfordshire

Barnet East Barnet

Middlesex, CC

Acton Brentford and Chiswick Ealing Edmonton Enfield Feltham Finchley Friern Barnet Harrow Hayes and Harlington Hendon Heston and Isleworth Hornsey Ruislip-Northwood Southall Southgate Tottenham Twickenham Uxbridge Wembley Willesden Wood Green Yiewsley and West Drayton

Kent

Beckenham Bexley Bromley Chislehurst and Sidcup Crayford Erith Orpington Penge

Surrey

Barnes Beddington and Wallington Carshalton Coulsdon and Purley Croydon Kingston-upon-Thames Malden and Coombe Merton and Morden Mitcham Sutton and Cheam Surbiton Richmond Wimbledon

Transfers

Middlesex
Middlesex
to Hertfordshire: Potters Bar

Middlesex
Middlesex
to Surrey: Staines Sunbury-on-Thames

Coordinates: 51°30′23″N 0°16′04″W / 51.5065°N 0.2677°W / 51.5065; -0.2677

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Acton was a local government district in Middlesex, England
England
from 1865 to 1965.

Contents

1 Formation 2 Coat of arms 3 Later history 4 See also 5 References 6 External links

Formation[edit] In 1865 the Local Government Act 1858 was adopted by the parish of Acton, and a twelve-member local board of health was formed to govern the area. The Local Government Act 1894
Local Government Act 1894
constituted the area an urban district, and an urban district council of fifteen councillors replaced the local board. The number of councillors was increased to sixteen in 1906. In 1921 the town was granted a charter of incorporation to become a municipal borough. The borough council consisted of a mayor, six aldermen and twenty-four councillors. Coat of arms[edit] On incorporation in 1921 the borough was granted a coat of arms by the College of Arms. The shield featured an oak tree and the crest a branch of oak, both in reference to the derivation of the name "Acton" from "Oak Town". At the top of the shield were the arms of Middlesex County Council between an open book and a cogwheel for education and industry in the borough respectively.[1] In 1926, the Borough Council granted permission for the Canadian village of Acton, Ontario
Acton, Ontario
to adopt a variant of its coat of arms, substituting maple leaves for the oak leaves in the original,[2] which it used until 1974. Later history[edit] Prior to the Second World War
Second World War
the borough council was controlled by the Conservative Party. In post-war elections control passed to the Labour Party.[3] In 1965 the municipal borough was abolished and its former area transferred to Greater London
Greater London
to be combined with that of other districts to form the London Borough of Ealing. The oak from the coat of arms is now present in the coat of arms of the London Borough of Ealing. See also[edit]

London Government Act 1963

References[edit]

^ Acton Borough Council, Civic Heraldry of England
England
and Wales, accessed January 22, 2008 ^ "A Suitable Crest for Acton: The Council Favors Adoption of That of Acton, England". The Acton Free Press. Acton, Ontario. September 2, 1926. p. 1.  ^ Acton: Local Government, in Victoria County History of Middlesex, Vol. 7 (British History Online), accessed January 22, 2008

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Battersea Bermondsey Bethnal Green Camberwell Chelsea Deptford Finsbury Fulham Greenwich Hackney Hammersmith Hampstead Holborn Islington Kensington Lambeth Lewisham Paddington Poplar Shoreditch Southwark St. Marylebone St. Pancras Stepney Stoke Newington Wandsworth Westminster Woolwich

Constituent parts of Greater London

Essex

Barking Chigwell (part) Chingford Dagenham East Ham Hornchurch Ilford Leyton Romford Walthamstow Wanstead and Woodford West Ham

Hertfordshire

Barnet East Barnet

Middlesex, CC

Acton Brentford and Chiswick Ealing Edmonton Enfield Feltham Finchley Friern Barnet Harrow Hayes and Harlington Hendon Heston and Isleworth Hornsey Ruislip-Northwood Southall Southgate Tottenham Twickenham Uxbridge Wembley Willesden Wood Green Yiewsley and West Drayton

Kent

Beckenham Bexley Bromley Chislehurst and Sidcup Crayford Erith Orpington Penge

Surrey

Barnes Beddington and Wallington Carshalton Coulsdon and Purley Croydon Kingston-upon-Thames Malden and Coombe Merton and Morden Mitcham Sutton and Cheam Surbiton Richmond Wimbledon

Transfers

Middlesex
Middlesex
to Hertfordshire: Potters Bar

Middlesex
Middlesex
to Surrey: Staines Sunbury-on-Thames

Coordinates: 51°30′23″N 0°16′04″W / 51.5065°N 0.2677°W / 51.5065; -0.2677

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Acton was a local government district in Middlesex, England
England
from 1865 to 1965.

Contents

1 Formation 2 Coat of arms 3 Later history 4 See also 5 References 6 External links

Formation[edit] In 1865 the Local Government Act 1858 was adopted by the parish of Acton, and a twelve-member local board of health was formed to govern the area. The Local Government Act 1894
Local Government Act 1894
constituted the area an urban district, and an urban district council of fifteen councillors replaced the local board. The number of councillors was increased to sixteen in 1906. In 1921 the town was granted a charter of incorporation to become a municipal borough. The borough council consisted of a mayor, six aldermen and twenty-four councillors. Coat of arms[edit] On incorporation in 1921 the borough was granted a coat of arms by the College of Arms. The shield featured an oak tree and the crest a branch of oak, both in reference to the derivation of the name "Acton" from "Oak Town". At the top of the shield were the arms of Middlesex County Council between an open book and a cogwheel for education and industry in the borough respectively.[1] In 1926, the Borough Council granted permission for the Canadian village of Acton, Ontario
Acton, Ontario
to adopt a variant of its coat of arms, substituting maple leaves for the oak leaves in the original,[2] which it used until 1974. Later history[edit] Prior to the Second World War
Second World War
the borough council was controlled by the Conservative Party. In post-war elections control passed to the Labour Party.[3] In 1965 the municipal borough was abolished and its former area transferred to Greater London
Greater London
to be combined with that of other districts to form the London Borough of Ealing. The oak from the coat of arms is now present in the coat of arms of the London Borough of Ealing. See also[edit]

London Government Act 1963

References[edit]

^ Acton Borough Council, Civic Heraldry of England
England
and Wales, accessed January 22, 2008 ^ "A Suitable Crest for Acton: The Council Favors Adoption of That of Acton, England". The Acton Free Press. Acton, Ontario. September 2, 1926. p. 1.  ^ Acton: Local Government, in Victoria County History of Middlesex, Vol. 7 (British History Online), accessed January 22, 2008

External links[edit]

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districts abolished or transferred by the London Government Act 1963

London

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Battersea Bermondsey Bethnal Green Camberwell Chelsea Deptford Finsbury Fulham Greenwich Hackney Hammersmith Hampstead Holborn Islington Kensington Lambeth Lewisham Paddington Poplar Shoreditch Southwark St. Marylebone St. Pancras Stepney Stoke Newington Wandsworth Westminster Woolwich

Constituent parts of Greater London

Essex

Barking Chigwell (part) Chingford Dagenham East Ham Hornchurch Ilford Leyton Romford Walthamstow Wanstead and Woodford West Ham

Hertfordshire

Barnet East Barnet

Middlesex, CC

Acton Brentford and Chiswick Ealing Edmonton Enfield Feltham Finchley Friern Barnet Harrow Hayes and Harlington Hendon Heston and Isleworth Hornsey Ruislip-Northwood Southall Southgate Tottenham Twickenham Uxbridge Wembley Willesden Wood Green Yiewsley and West Drayton

Kent

Beckenham Bexley Bromley Chislehurst and Sidcup Crayford Erith Orpington Penge

Surrey

Barnes Beddington and Wallington Carshalton Coulsdon and Purley Croydon Kingston-upon-Thames Malden and Coombe Merton and Morden Mitcham Sutton and Cheam Surbiton Richmond Wimbledon

Transfers

Middlesex
Middlesex
to Hertfordshire: Potters Bar

Middlesex
Middlesex
to Surrey: Staines Sunbury-on-Thames

Coordinates: 51°30′23″N 0°16′04″W / 51.5065°N 0.2677°W / 51.5065; -0.2677

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Acton was a local government district in Middlesex, England
England
from 1865 to 1965.

Contents

1 Formation 2 Coat of arms 3 Later history 4 See also 5 References 6 External links

Formation[edit] In 1865 the Local Government Act 1858 was adopted by the parish of Acton, and a twelve-member local board of health was formed to govern the area. The Local Government Act 1894
Local Government Act 1894
constituted the area an urban district, and an urban district council of fifteen councillors replaced the local board. The number of councillors was increased to sixteen in 1906. In 1921 the town was granted a charter of incorporation to become a municipal borough. The borough council consisted of a mayor, six aldermen and twenty-four councillors. Coat of arms[edit] On incorporation in 1921 the borough was granted a coat of arms by the College of Arms. The shield featured an oak tree and the crest a branch of oak, both in reference to the derivation of the name "Acton" from "Oak Town". At the top of the shield were the arms of Middlesex County Council between an open book and a cogwheel for education and industry in the borough respectively.[1] In 1926, the Borough Council granted permission for the Canadian village of Acton, Ontario
Acton, Ontario
to adopt a variant of its coat of arms, substituting maple leaves for the oak leaves in the original,[2] which it used until 1974. Later history[edit] Prior to the Second World War
Second World War
the borough council was controlled by the Conservative Party. In post-war elections control passed to the Labour Party.[3] In 1965 the municipal borough was abolished and its former area transferred to Greater London
Greater London
to be combined with that of other districts to form the London Borough of Ealing. The oak from the coat of arms is now present in the coat of arms of the London Borough of Ealing. See also[edit]

London Government Act 1963

References[edit]

^ Acton Borough Council, Civic Heraldry of England
England
and Wales, accessed January 22, 2008 ^ "A Suitable Crest for Acton: The Council Favors Adoption of That of Acton, England". The Acton Free Press. Acton, Ontario. September 2, 1926. p. 1.  ^ Acton: Local Government, in Victoria County History of Middlesex, Vol. 7 (British History Online), accessed January 22, 2008

External links[edit]

Vision of Britain - Action UD / MB

v t e

Local government
Local government
districts abolished or transferred by the London Government Act 1963

London

CC

Battersea Bermondsey Bethnal Green Camberwell Chelsea Deptford Finsbury Fulham Greenwich Hackney Hammersmith Hampstead Holborn Islington Kensington Lambeth Lewisham Paddington Poplar Shoreditch Southwark St. Marylebone St. Pancras Stepney Stoke Newington Wandsworth Westminster Woolwich

Constituent parts of Greater London

Essex

Barking Chigwell (part) Chingford Dagenham East Ham Hornchurch Ilford Leyton Romford Walthamstow Wanstead and Woodford West Ham

Hertfordshire

Barnet East Barnet

Middlesex, CC

Acton Brentford and Chiswick Ealing Edmonton Enfield Feltham Finchley Friern Barnet Harrow Hayes and Harlington Hendon Heston and Isleworth Hornsey Ruislip-Northwood Southall Southgate Tottenham Twickenham Uxbridge Wembley Willesden Wood Green Yiewsley and West Drayton

Kent

Beckenham Bexley Bromley Chislehurst and Sidcup Crayford Erith Orpington Penge

Surrey

Barnes Beddington and Wallington Carshalton Coulsdon and Purley Croydon Kingston-upon-Thames Malden and Coombe Merton and Morden Mitcham Sutton and Cheam Surbiton Richmond Wimbledon

Transfers

Middlesex
Middlesex
to Hertfordshire: Potters Bar

Middlesex
Middlesex
to Surrey: Staines Sunbury-on-Thames

Coordinates: 51°30′23″N 0°16′04″W / 51.5065°N 0.2677°W / 51.5065; -0.2677

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Acton was a local government district in Middlesex, England
England
from 1865 to 1965.

Contents

1 Formation 2 Coat of arms 3 Later history 4 See also 5 References 6 External links

Formation[edit] In 1865 the Local Government Act 1858 was adopted by the parish of Acton, and a twelve-member local board of health was formed to govern the area. The Local Government Act 1894
Local Government Act 1894
constituted the area an urban district, and an urban district council of fifteen councillors replaced the local board. The number of councillors was increased to sixteen in 1906. In 1921 the town was granted a charter of incorporation to become a municipal borough. The borough council consisted of a mayor, six aldermen and twenty-four councillors. Coat of arms[edit] On incorporation in 1921 the borough was granted a coat of arms by the College of Arms. The shield featured an oak tree and the crest a branch of oak, both in reference to the derivation of the name "Acton" from "Oak Town". At the top of the shield were the arms of Middlesex County Council between an open book and a cogwheel for education and industry in the borough respectively.[1] In 1926, the Borough Council granted permission for the Canadian village of Acton, Ontario
Acton, Ontario
to adopt a variant of its coat of arms, substituting maple leaves for the oak leaves in the original,[2] which it used until 1974. Later history[edit] Prior to the Second World War
Second World War
the borough council was controlled by the Conservative Party. In post-war elections control passed to the Labour Party.[3] In 1965 the municipal borough was abolished and its former area transferred to Greater London
Greater London
to be combined with that of other districts to form the London Borough of Ealing. The oak from the coat of arms is now present in the coat of arms of the London Borough of Ealing. See also[edit]

London Government Act 1963

References[edit]

^ Acton Borough Council, Civic Heraldry of England
England
and Wales, accessed January 22, 2008 ^ "A Suitable Crest for Acton: The Council Favors Adoption of That of Acton, England". The Acton Free Press. Acton, Ontario. September 2, 1926. p. 1.  ^ Acton: Local Government, in Victoria County History of Middlesex, Vol. 7 (British History Online), accessed January 22, 2008

External links[edit]

Vision of Britain - Action UD / MB

v t e

Local government
Local government
districts abolished or transferred by the London Government Act 1963

London

CC

Battersea Bermondsey Bethnal Green Camberwell Chelsea Deptford Finsbury Fulham Greenwich Hackney Hammersmith Hampstead Holborn Islington Kensington Lambeth Lewisham Paddington Poplar Shoreditch Southwark St. Marylebone St. Pancras Stepney Stoke Newington Wandsworth Westminster Woolwich

Constituent parts of Greater London

Essex

Barking Chigwell (part) Chingford Dagenham East Ham Hornchurch Ilford Leyton Romford Walthamstow Wanstead and Woodford West Ham

Hertfordshire

Barnet East Barnet

Middlesex, CC

Acton Brentford and Chiswick Ealing Edmonton Enfield Feltham Finchley Friern Barnet Harrow Hayes and Harlington Hendon Heston and Isleworth Hornsey Ruislip-Northwood Southall Southgate Tottenham Twickenham Uxbridge Wembley Willesden Wood Green Yiewsley and West Drayton

Kent

Beckenham Bexley Bromley Chislehurst and Sidcup Crayford Erith Orpington Penge

Surrey

Barnes Beddington and Wallington Carshalton Coulsdon and Purley Croydon Kingston-upon-Thames Malden and Coombe Merton and Morden Mitcham Sutton and Cheam Surbiton Richmond Wimbledon

Transfers

Middlesex
Middlesex
to Hertfordshire: Potters Bar

Middlesex
Middlesex
to Surrey: Staines Sunbury-on-Thames

Coordinates: 51°30′23″N 0°16′04″W / 51.5065°N 0.2677°W / 51.5065; -0.2677

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