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Facts about Northolt
Northolt is a town in West London, England, spread across both sides of the A40 trunk road. It is 11 miles west-northwest of Charing Cross and is one of the seven major towns that make up the London Borough of Ealing. It had a population of 30,304 at the 2011 UK census. Northolt is in the north-western corner of Ealing, bordering the boroughs of Harrow and Hillingdon.
The center of Northolt lies at an elevation of about 130 feet above sea level. It is hillier in the north whereas the south is lower, about 115 feet. The town is mainly suburban, with some industrial land to the east, large green parts such as Lime Tree Park and Rectory Park, and semi-rural land to the west.
History of Northolt
The earliest record of Northolt is in 872 as the Anglo Saxon norð healum,: 63 where norð is North and healum (or hale) is a nook, corner, or retreat: 102 By 1610, the Name Northolt appears, with in this case, holt having no relationship with ‘wood’, but an evolution of hala, hale, hal, hall, halle and holt.
Archaeological evidence suggests that the settlement’s origin was an 8th-century Saxon village close to Northolt Manor behind the present Court Farm Road. It is mentioned in the Domesday Book as Northala, part of the Elthorne Hundred in the historic county of Middlesex, England. In 1066 the lord was Esger the constable, and in 1086 was Geoffrey de Mandeville. Northolt Manor itself was built in the fourteenth century and provides much of the archeological information of the area from its excavations in the 1950s and onward. A Tudor barn built in 1595 from Smith’s farm in Northolt was moved to Chiltern Open Air Museum and is now on display there. In the early part of the 18th century farmland was enclosed in order to provide hay for the City of London, alongside more traditional crops such as peas and beans. Up to late Victorian times, the area was rural with predominantly arable crops being grown.