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The local area guide to living in Stanwell

Sat just outside of London, Stanwell is a small town with a long history. First mentioned in the Domesday Book commissioned by William the Conqueror, it reached further fame after having the Stanwell Manor given to Thomas Knyvett. A storied figure within the town, Lord Knyvett was granted his peerage upon his capturing of the famous anarchist Guy Fawkes. The Manor was sadly demolished in recent years, despite its somewhat interesting past owners, including the final King of Iraq. some may think the town to be somewhat grubby, due to its proximity to Heathrow Airport, though this is far from accurate.

A contender in the Britain in Bloom competition for several years, it was awarded bronze several years ago, and, in fact, has a subspecies of Rose named after it; the Stanwell Perpetual. The Stanwell Moor has also been kept clear of any development for decades, with much of the surrounding area protected, due both to its unique beauty and its significant indigenous animal and plant life.

Information about the local residents

Many of Stanwell’s residents work in nearby London, or commute to the nearby Heathrow Airport. Though some residents continue to work for the factories on the nearby A30, such as Del Monte, Ford and Suzuki.

Though a largely English population exists, there is a notable population of immigrants from nations such as India and the Philippines. Christianity is the most practiced religion in the region, with many attendees choosing the Church of St. Mary the Virgin, which can be found in the town. The church itself is a magnificent example of Norman and Gothic architecture, being a category one preserved building.

Nearby schools

Stanwell hosts several primary schools and nurseries, all of which are well regarded. The Town Farm Primary school serves children from the ages of 3-11, whilst its compatriot, the Stanwell Fields Church of England Primary School, allows children to start at the age of 4. No secondary schools exist within the town, though several are found within a few miles of the town.

Nearby Thomas Knyvett College can be found in Ashford, and has existed in some form or another since 1624. The St. James Senior Boys School, an independent institution, is also found in Ashford, whilst the Matthew Arnold School is an academy and free school in Staines.

Near to the town lies the Royal Holloway University, one of England’s finest Universities and a commute to the institute is a mere fifteen minutes.

Getting around

As Stanwell sits so close to London, getting around the town is quite a simple affair. Heathrow possesses an Underground station, allowing easy access to the main London transport system. Buses also service the town, enabling you to reach the Big Smoke or the surrounding towns with ease.

The nearby Ashford train station sits on the Reading – London line, creating a third method to commute to London daily. Several motorways are also situated near the town, including the M25 and A308, with access to the M4 achievable within minutes.

Heathrow airport is extremely close to the town, thus those who might travel a great deal or work at the airport can easily reach Stanwell, using one of the bus networks or even walking in some cases.

Local shops

The town hosts many of the small amenities that we expect in our daily lives. A Sainsbury’s can be found in town, as can newsagents, flower shops, hairdressers and other small, independent businesses. Whilst the town doesn’t host much large scale commercial activity, it is exceedingly close to the town of Staines, which does.

Staines possesses several shopping centres, with brands such as H&M and Debenhams, as well as numerous supermarkets. A cinema can be found in the town, as can a leisure centre and community centres, whilst numerous restaurants stand by to offer fine dining that is sure to please any and all palates.

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All information was correct at time of publication and is provided in good faith.

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