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Establishment
“Famous studios where James Bond, Mary Poppins, Star Wars, the new Dumbo and many many international films are made every year.”
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Premise
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Bar
“Bar Italia offer 241 cocktails Monday-Friday 5pm-8pm and Saturdays and Sundays 12pm-6pm. It gets very busy on the weekend from around 11pm onwards. There is a DJ and a dance floor. ”
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Bar
“Elegant country pub-restaurant with great views, open fires, terrace seating and an gastro pub menu. I highly recommend booking on the weeked.”
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Restaurant
“Lovely traditional Nepalese with a fantastic variety of food. Only a five minute walk. Must ask for the sticky cauliflower (not on the menu). It is divine! ”
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Park
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Film Studio
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Shopping Mall
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Bar
“High end gastro pub, but simply some of the best food in the area. book n advance to ensure you get a table. This quaint area in Denham is truly beautiful and used to be home to Cilla Black until her recent death (not in Denham).”
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Premise
“Sadly, this spoons doesn't have a music licence. But it's a great place to get drunk for pennies before you head somewhere else.”
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Store
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Locality
“Denham is a village and civil parish in the South Bucks district of Buckinghamshire, England. It is north west of Uxbridge and north of junction 1 of the M40 motorway. Denham contains the Buckinghamshire Golf Club. The village name is derived from the Old English for "homestead in a valley". It was listed in the Domesday Book of 1086 as Deneham. The Church of England parish church of Saint Mary has a flint and stone Norman tower and Tudor monuments. The tree-lined Village Road includes several old red brick houses with mature Wisteria on them, and has been used as a location in British films and television. Southlands Manor is a Grade II listed building. Its entry on the English Heritage website states that it was built in the 16th century, with a variety of later changes including the addition of four chimney stacks in the early 17th-century.[2] Analysis of a sample of timbers from the main building and its associated barn have found that they were felled in the winters of 1472/3 and 1473/4, indicating that the relevant parts of the building were erected in 1474 or soon after.[3] Denham Film Studios were near the village. Housing growth has over the years created new parts to Denham. Modern-day Denham consists of: Denham Village, as above; the original settlement Denham Garden Village, the north of Denham Green Lane - built in the 1950s, renovated in 2006. Denham Green grew up around the shops beside the railway station. Alexander Korda's Denham Film Studios (now demolished) used the Broadwater (Business) Park land between the junction of the road to Rickmansworth (A412) and Moor Hall Road towards Harefield. New Denham is a linear part on the old Oxford Road north-west of Uxbridge, west of the Grand Union Canal Higher Denham is a locality on the site of a First World War army training and transit camp, placed to take advantage of the adjacent Denham Golf Club station. After the War, the camp land was sold off piecemeal for housing, following a similar trend all over Metro-land. Martin-Baker Aircraft Ltd, manufacturers of aircraft ejector seats, have a small factory in Higher Denham Tatling End, Denham is on the Oxford Road, west of the junction with the A412, at the top of the hill leading out of the Misbourne valley. Denham railway station has direct services to London Marylebone and High Wycombe and limited services to Princes Risborough, Aylesbury and Banbury. Connecting services link to Birmingham Snow Hill, Stratford-on-Avon and Kidderminster. The 331 bus service between Uxbridge and Ruislip stations (operated by Metroline West for London Buses) calls at the Station Parade shops in Denham Green. The 724 Green Line bus service between Harlow and Heathrow passes through Denham Green to Uxbridge and onwards to Heathrow Airport, terminating at the Bus Station at Heathrow Central. The 581 circular bus service provides a link between the various areas of Denham and Uxbridge bus station. The Saturdays-only 582 service links the various Denhams with Iver, Slough and Windsor. The R21 bus service between Uxbridge and Mount Vernon Hospital in Northwood stops twice daily at Denham Station every day except Sunday. This service is run by Red Rose Travel and forms part of a more regular service between Northwood and Maple Cross. Denham Aerodrome was established during the 1930s[4] and is sited on higher land to the north of the village. It is the base of many private and executive aircraft and helicopters and has several hangars and a hard runway. InterContinental Hotels Group has its corporate headquarters and European head office in Denham. Denham Village Infant School, in Cheapside Lane, was the original school for Denham, and has classes for Reception and Years 1 and 2 . The school building dates from 1832 and is listed.[6] Denham Green E-ACT Primary Academy is located on Nightingale Way, Denham Green. The academy opened in September 2013, replacing the former Tilehouse Combined School, and is for children from ages 4–11 and also offers pre-school services. The school's current leadership team completed an Ofsted inspection shortly before converting to an Academy. Ofsted noted that the school was a Good school with Outstanding features. The academy accepts all children from the Denham area (including Denham Village, Denham Green, Maple Cross, Harefield and North Uxbridge) who wish to attend the school. The current eastern boundary with the London Borough of Hillingdon is the Grand Union Canal, a Boundary Commission proposal to avoid malapportionment to reassign to Hillingdon the area of Denham east of the A412 and south of the A40/M40 was abandoned after local consultation. Denham is twinned with Denham in Shark Bay, Western Australia. Raymond Baxter, BBC Television presenter, lived in Denham until 1978.[8] Cilla Black, singer, entertainer and television personality had her main residence in Denham Green, bought with her late husband Bobbie in the 1970s. In a burglary in 2002 £1 ”
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Restaurant
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Bar
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