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Fulham Football Club


Like Bolton, Fulham began life as a church side - the Fulham St Andrew's Church Sunday School FC - back in 1879. But they became just plain Fulham FC in 1888 and in 1896 they would take up residence at Craven Cottage. Their history was not a glorious one until they achieved promotion to the top-flight for the first time in 1959, with club heroes Johnny Haynes and George Cohen playing massive parts in keeping them there until 1968. The Seventies in Division Two would also be interesting, with the likes of Bobby Moore, George Best and Rodney Marsh playing their aging trade there.


Chessington World of Adventures - Surrey


There is something for all the family at the south's No.1 Theme Park and Animal Attractions (Near London UK). From the crazy comedy capers in Beanoland, where you can meet Dennis the Menace, Gnasher, Billy Whizz, and all his friends from the Beano. Spine-tingling rides and awesome attractions, like the white knuckle roller coasters The Vampire and Rattlesnake, the infamous Samurai ... can you handle it?, the Wet and Wonderful Bubble Works, even become an Xtreme Agent in the all new Action Man Training HQ.


Chipstead Golf Club - Coulsden


In its picturesque North Downs setting with views across the Surrey countryside. Chipstead Golf Clubs 18 hole, Par 68 5504 yard course provides an enjoyable challenge for golfers of all abilities.Established since 1906 the course has a maturity and history behind it that places it firmly in a league of its own. The new clubhouse complex offers function rooms, dining area, restaurant, bar and a well stocked professionals shop. However, its not only the quality of the facilities that brings golfers back to tackle the treelined fairways.At Chipstead Golf Club, everyone receives a warm welcome and our staff pride themselves on being able to provide a friendly, highly professional service. The Club is conveniently situated close to the M25 (Junctions 7 and 8) and M23 (J7) which makes it easily accessible from London and the South East.


Osterley Park House


The spectacular 18th-century interiors of this house comprise one of Britain's most complete examples of Robert Adam's work. In 1761 the founders of Child's Bank commissioned Adam to transform a crumbling Tudor mansion into this elegant neo-classical villa. It became their house in the country, created for entertainment and to impress their friends and business associates. The magnificent 16th-century stables survive largely intact. The surrounding parkland is complete with pleasure grounds and neo-classical garden buildings. This property is owned by The National Trust. Disabled visitors: designated parking, manual wheelchairs, powered mobility vehicle, adapted WC, principal floor fully accessible.


Hampton Court Palace


For over 500 years, Hampton Court Palace has stood serenely on the banks of the River Thames. Many important historical figures, including 12 monarchs, have fallen helplessly for her charms. Will you join them? One of Henry VIII's most enduring passions was for the palace on the Thames. To this day, you can still experience the beauty that so enthralled him, as you stroll around six acres of magnificent buildings. Each and every corner will capture your heart. Beneath the colonnade in Clock Court is the entrance to the King's Apartments lovingly restored to their full glory after the fire of 1986. Here, you'll find the King's Great Bedchamber and his Eating Room as well as the magnificent King's Staircase.


Sandown Park Racecourse - Esher


Sandown Park is a unique racing experience; a stunning location, the course’s famous hill finishes combine to create an environment full of excitement and nail biting close finishes. You can soak up an electric atmosphere 26 times a year with our Jump and Flat racing seasons. The pinnacle of the calendar is the Gold Cup Meeting in April. The Flat Course is oval and run right handed. Races start from the far bend on the outside of the jumps track and then comes in to the inside track. A separate straight course runs across the middle of the oval and is 5 furlongs in distance. All the home straights are steeply uphill. The Jumps Course also a right handed oval is 1 mile 5 furlongs in distance. There are 11 fairly tough fences but the bends are easy.


Earls Court Exhibition Centre


Earls Court is one of London’s premiere exhibition and conference centres. The venue is located in the heart of London enjoying great transport links. The venue has two large exhibition halls – one is split level and is big enough to accommodate and exhibition size. Conferencing facilities are also available at the venue: Earls Court Conference Centre provides flexible facilities on a single floor - ideal for a range of events including conferences, training, award ceremonies, press conferences and product launches. Earls Court Conference Centre is a modern, purpose-built venue for between 100 and 250 delegates.


Brentford Football Club


Brentford Club Formed in 1889. Griffin Park has been the home of Brentford Football Club since 1904. It is also currently the home ground for the London Broncos rugby league club, though they are due to relocate to The Stoop at the end of the 2005 Super League season. It is situated in a predominantly residential area, and is the only English league football ground to have a pub on each corner.


Kew Gardens - London


Three hundred acres of botanical delights grace Kew Gardens, which lies on the south bank of the Thames River between Richmond and Kew in the suburbs of south-west London. The gardens today present an enjoyable mix of landscaped lawns, formal gardens, and greenhouses. Equally important, Kew functions as a botanical research centre and maintains the largest plant collection in the world. The various greenhouses display plants from across the world in climate controlled environments, while Kew Gardens Gallery houses art and photographs illustrating botanical themes. Queen Charlotte's Cottage (open only in summer) is a pretty summerhouse lying alongside a lake. The Chinese Pagoda is arguably Kew's most recognizable structure.