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Not a lot of people know this but Chiswick was the engine room for West London at the turn of the 20th Century thanks to The Powerhouse. Built in 1901 by William Curtis Green, The Powerhouse provided the electricity for the trams that rattled around the area. Sadly, it was overtaken by Lots Road Power Station in Chelsea and within 20 years of opening was closing its doors for business. Thankfully, there was a happy ending for the building. The Victorian Society campaigned for its survival and The Powerhouse became the first Victorian building built in the 20th Century to become listed. The name Chiswick is of Old English origin and means 'Cheese Farm'.
Food and drink remain a feature of Chiswick life to this day. Fuller, Smith & Turner, for instance, have been brewing some very fine ales here for the last 350 years.
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Chiswick restaurant Hedone featured in the Top 100 Restaurants of the World. The restaurant comes in 70th place and is one of only a handful of UK establishments chosen.
We love chiswick
Every Sunday 10am - 12pm
Refreshments are provided by the local Bowls Club, for customers, walkers, runners, cyclists enjoying a day out by the river.
Images of Chiswick, an art exhibition and competition for young people that will be held in the church. All proceeds raised will go towards our stonework restoration appeal..
The locals view
Chiswick is to get a five-screen cinema complex on the site of the former Rambert Dance Company. "Picturehouse are really excited to be coming to Chiswick..."
"Hogarth's pug dog was called Trump"...