Shop 'til you drop at Uxbridge's Pavilions
Previously known as The Mall Pavilions, Pavilions Shopping Centre and The Mall, The Pavilions in Uxbridge, North West London, was opened in 1973 to replace the local open air market, which had fallen out of favour. It’s now home to many high street brands as well as smaller businesses, and has its own car park, making access simple.
Take a historic stroll through Cranford Park
It isn’t easy to find Cranford Park, but it’s worth searching for if ever you’re in the vicinity. A short drive from Uxbridge, and accessible by vehicle only via a small road before entrance slip to the M4 motorway, it’s been described by some visitors as a hidden gem. There’s been a settlement in the area since Saxon times and there was once a manor house here. All that remains are several Grade II listed buildings, including the medieval St Dunstan’s Church and Victorian-era stables. There’s also a bridle path, children’s play area, orienteering route and a chance to explore the banks of the River Crane.
An aquatic adventure in Uxbridge
Those hoping to see more of the region should take to the water. Boat trips along the Grand Union Canal can be taken from Hillingdon, with pick-ups in Uxbridge, West Drayton and Denham. Both public and private tours are available.
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