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  1. About. On the banks of the Thames and just a short 15 mile hop from Central London Staines upon Thames is a vibrant market town and one of the liveliest towns in Surrey. The closest town to Heathrow Airport and easily accessible from the M25, or 35 minutes by train from London it was the River Thames and the town’s close proximity to London which originally attracted the Romans inhabitants to this town.

  2. Staines-upon-Thames is a market town in northwest Surrey, England, around 17 mi (27 km) west of central London. It is in the Borough of Spelthorne, at the confluence of the River Thames and Colne. Historically part of Middlesex, the town was transferred to Surrey in 1965.

    • England
    • 18,484 (2011 Census, traditional boundaries) or 25,736 (Built-up Area, which includes Laleham)
  3. Things to Do in Staines-upon-Thames. Beautiful walks along the Thames Path link up Memorial Gardens to the Lammas Recreation Ground and Laleham Park, both equipped for spending a relaxing day by the river. Walk from Staines Bridge to Penton Lock (approx. 4 miles return), the most impressive loop along the river, where it's well worth making a trip across the lock to explore the tranquil wooded island.

    • Callmemadam X. Windsor, UK 198 contributions. Great walk. Who needs Richmond when you have Staines. Walks, river, boats, the lock,ice cream. Fab island for fishermen.
    • Fab. Egham, UK 280 contributions. A good reminder of a great past. the town was a center for linoleum production and this is a fair recognition of that mportant piece of local history.
    • Mark S. 3 contributions. Beers not to be missed. Amazing new venue, Excellent Beers, Excellent Atmosphere. Saw Matt Kent & Liv on Thursday night 19/1/23 they were amazing.
    • Brenda M. Staines, UK13 contributions. Very busy. Lovley view of the river nice cup off coffee served just under the bridge. Nice walk along the river, lots of boats passing.
  4. History of Staines-upon-Thames in the historic county of Middlesex and Surrey County Council, England Modern terracotta relief in London Road, Staines, representing the town's Roman history 3000 BC — Neolithic settlement at Yeoveney Manor Farm by Staines Moor 43 — First Staines Bridge built by the Roman Empire

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