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Ruislip has an attractive Lido with an artificial sand beach. The miniature steam and diesel locomotive, Ruislip Lido Railway, runs through the surrounding woodlands. Ruislip Woods is made up of Park Wood, Copse Wood, Mad Bess Wood and Bayhurst Wood and, in 1997, was declared Greater Londonís first National Nature Reserve.
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Great Barn, The
The Great Barn is a lovely 13th Century Grade II listed building, standing to the north of Ruislip High Street. The Barn is part of the twenty acre Manor Farm, which includes the Manor Farm House and the 16th Century...
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Manor Farm House
Manor Farm House in Ruislip is a Grade II listed building, attracting many visitors every year. The house dates back to the 16th Century, and has origins in the Doomsday Book. Recent excavations in 1997 uncovered the remains of the...
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  We was in Ruislip last week to play Ruislip Rugby Club, I travelled separate from the team minibus and went down with the family as fancied the day out. We took the children down to the Ruislip lido which is an amazing place when the sun is out, complete with a beach.

When the sun hit 2pm we took shelter at the 12 inch gauge Ruislip Lido Railway and rode around the Lido to Woody bay Station. A fantastic day out, do people know these places exist in London?
   - Nickey Travers
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St. Martinís Church
St. Martinís is a beautiful Anglican church, situated on the corner of the High Street and Eastcote Road and is easily reached by Ruislip tube station on the Metropolitan Line. This historic building is mentioned in the Doomsday Book...
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Colne Valley Park Centre   (Approx 1 Miles)
The Colne Valley provides the first significant area of countryside west of London – a mosaic of farmland, woodland and water, with fifty miles of river and canal and over forty lakes. It is a living, working environment providing employment...
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Contemporaryartwest   (Approx 1 Miles)
Like many of the great contemporary art galleries, this project started with the vision of a group of young artists who were desperate to find somewhere to show their own work. What followed was the establishment of one of...
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Harrow Museum   (Approx 5 Miles)
Harrow Museum was established in order to provide a permanent home for the artefacts and documents that have been collected with relation to the history of the area, offering a safe environment where they can be displayed and most importantly...
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Hawth Wood   (Approx 6 Miles)
Crawley Borough Council in West Sussex have over the years been keen to develop wide open spaces within the town for the benefit of all and one of the finest wooded areas is to be found at Hawth Woods. ĎHawthí...
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Hillingdon Local Heritage   (Approx 5 Miles)
Hillingdon is located in the north west of London and is a large London borough containing a great many communities that in recent decades have been populated by people with origins from across the world. This museum examines the...
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Moor Park Golf Club   (Approx 4 Miles)
Moor Park Mansion and Estate are in full view whilst you play on either the high or the low course at Moor Park. The club has two magnificent courses, the larger of which has hosted events in the professional...
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Moor Park Mansion   (Approx 5 Miles)
This stunning and imposing 18th Century manor house, set in several hundred acres of rural Hertfordshire, was designed by Sir James Thornhill. The manor boasts not one, but two full 18-hole golf courses within its land. The high course has...
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Old Speech Room Gallery   (Approx 3 Miles)
This old speech room was built in 1821 as a chamber in which the boys of the school and visiting guests could partake in public speaking. It was converted into a gallery in 1976 by Alan Irvine, and quickly...
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Rickmansworth Golf Club   (Approx 6 Miles)
A great beginners' course for a fun yet challenging day in the countryside. The club is at the lower end of the illustrious Moor Park Mansion course, and offers either a 4493 yard 18-hole challenge, or a shorter half-round with...
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St. Gilesí Church   (Approx 5 Miles)
The pretty church of St. Giles in Ickenham stands on the corner of Swakeleys Road and the High Road, opposite the village pond and old water pump. The church is walking distance from Ickenham tube station (Metropolitan and Piccadilly lines)....
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