Kingston-upon-Thames: Not a Guide to
By: Simon Webb (author)Paperback
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Did you know? For over a century, Kingston-upon-Thames was the de facto capital of England. Seven Saxon kings were crowned in the town Nipper the terrier - posthumously made famous by the advertising image 'His Master's Voice' - lived in Kingston. During the reign on Henry VIII, Hampton Court Palace featured bowling alleys, tennis courts and a 36,000 sq ft kitchen. Kingston upon Thames is a Royal borough and a Surrey market town situated on the banks of the River Thames. A renowned centre for retail and the arts, Kingston boasts green spaces, cafe culture and architecture. This engaging little book explores both the modern life of this most vibrant and exciting of London boroughs, as well as exploring its historical background.
Simon Webb has written for various newspapers and magazines including the Daily Telegraph, Independent and The Times Educational Supplement. His is the author of Unearthing London: The Ancient World Beneath the Metropolis and Kensington and Chelsea: Not a Guide to, for The History Press.
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