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Facts about Uxbridge
Uxbridge is a suburban town in the historic County of Middlesex and the administrative headquarters of the London Borough of Hillingdon 15.4 miles west-northwest of Charing Cross. It is one of the major metropolitan centers identified in the London Plan. Historically formed as part of the parish of Hillingdon in the county of Middlesex and was a significant local commercial center from an early time.
Several historical events have taken place in and around the town. Including attempted negotiations between King Charles I and the Parliamentary Army during the English Civil War. The public house at the center of those events, since renamed the Crown & Treaty, still stands.
History of Uxbridge
The name of the town is derived from “Wixan’s Bridge”, which was sited near the bottom of Oxford Road where a modern road bridge now stands, beside the Swan and Bottle public house. The Wixan were a 7th-century Saxon tribe from Lincolnshire who also began to settle in what became Middlesex. Anglo-Saxons began to settle and farm in the area of Uxbridge in the 5th century, clearing dense woodland. Two other places in Middlesex bore the name of the Wixan: Uxendon (“Wixan’s Hill”), a name now preserved only in the street names of Uxendon Hill and Crescent in Harrow, and Waxlow (“Wixan’s Wood”) near Southall.
Archaeologists found Bronze Age remains (before 700 BC) and medieval remains during the construction of The Chimes shopping centre; two miles (3.2 km) away at Denham, Upper Paleolithic remains have been found. Uxbridge is not mentioned in the Domesday Book of the 11th century, but a hundred years later St Margaret’s Church, was built. The town appears in records from 1107 as “Woxbrigge”, and became part of the Elthorne Hundred with other settlements in the area.