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The 2011 You.Gov census recorded Slough’s population at 158,298.
Just off the M4 and close to the M25 and M40, central London is under an hour by car and trains to the capital take jut 45 minutes. The closest airport is Heathrow, 14 minutes away. Windsor, Maidenhead, Bracknell and High Wycombe are all within easy reach.
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Slough isn’t blessed with a huge number of Independent shops, but what it lacks in quantity it more than makes up for in quality. Here’s a few of our favourites;
It’s not just your home, you might well have a garden to transform, Pinewood Nurseries have everything you need to revamp any green space. Blooming marvellous!
Small but perfectly formed, moogBREW is a nanobrewery that has its own taproom and beer garden, so you can try before you by to get a true local flavour.
If you love Thai flavours then you’ll be spoilt for choice at The Mithai Box. Serving Thai street food and delicious bakes and deserts it’s an absolute flavour sensation.
If your new home is in need of new inspiration then the friendly team at Falchai Interiors are on hand to bring some designer touches to suit any period property or new build.
Offering outstanding transports links to major towns and road networks, Sough also opens up with countryside, villages, country pubs and plenty of outdoor spaces to explore. The town is a hive of productivity and has given the world such joys as Mars Bars, the Thunderbirds and zebra crossings, it was also home to the inventor of snooker (Neville Chamberlain… No, not that Neville Chamberlain).
The first recorded mention of what was ‘Slo’ comes in 1196. Henry the III built a palace in the area but it wasn’t until the arrival of the railway (with a station built for no lesser figure than Queen Victoria from Windsor direct to Slough) that it went from stagecoach resting point to industrious town. It’s now home to a number of major companies including the much-loved Mars confectioners.
In 1918 an area of farmland was used as the site to repair military vehicles coming back from the frontline of WWI. This brought about the birth of Slough’s time as an industrial hub and the town is still very much known for its industrious nature and good transport links for the motorway and Heathrow Airport.
There are two leisure centres and a trampoline park if you have a bounce in your step. Golfers are spoilt for choice with a number of golf clubs and golf centres all within easy reach. Foodies can explore the countryside and all kinds of hidden gems, farm shops, gastro pubs and artisan producers to sample. There is a theatre, two cinemas and over 40 public parks and green spaces for fun indoors and out.
Slough’s transport links are absolutely second to none. The M4 motorway gives access to London to the east (central London in under one hour) and Cardiff and the South West to the West. Frequent fliers can be at Heathrow Airport in 14 minutes, while trains to London Paddington take 15 minutes.