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Ickenham Pubs

The Tickenham Inn


‘Tichenham’ is how this area was recorded in the Domesday Book, compiled for William the Conqueror in 1086. Ickenham remained a farming community until the 1920s. Although reduced in size, Church Farm survived until 1946. This Wetherspoon pub stands on part of the old farmland.

This pub is locate just up Swakeleys Road

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Ickenham Pump

The Pump Ickenham

The village pump was given to Ickenham as a gift, from Charlotte Gell in 1866 and the pond was formed as part of a scheme to give the villagers a good water supply.

The pump remained in use until December 1914.

Swakeleys House

Swakeleys House

Swakeleys House is a Grade I-listed 17th-century mansion in Ickenham, London Borough of Hillingdon, built in 1638 for the future Lord Mayor of London, Sir Edmund Wright.

Originally the home of the lords of the manor of Swakeleys, writer Samuel Pepys visited the house twice. The property changed hands many times over the years and at one time was home to the Foreign & Commonwealth Office Sports Association. Large sections of the grounds were sold off in 1922 and developed as suburban housing.

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St. Giles Church

St Giles’ Church began as a small hamlet church and has expanded as Ickenham’s population has grown.  It is packed full of over 675 years of history.

The oldest part of the building is believed to date back to 1335 when the first Rector of the Parish of Ickenham was appointed.  A North Aisle was added in the 16th Century, an extension to the west end of the Nave in 1959 and a 2nd storey extension above the Choir Vestry was opened in 1986.

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