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Data Recovery in Kingston upon ThamesFacts about Kingston upon Thames
|Latitude / Longitude||51.4123° N/ 0.3007° W|
Areas in and around Kingston upon Thames
- Kingston upon Thames is the administrative centre of the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames. It is mostly referred to as Kingston.
- Kingston upon Thames is an area southwest of London, England. 10 miles southwest of Charing Cross. It has been identified as a major metropolitan centre in London Plan.
- The area of Kingston is notable as an ancient market town where Saxon kings were crowned. It was part of an ancient parish in the county of Surrey, its town was an ancient borough but was reformed in 1835.
- Since 1893, Kingston has been the location of Surrey County Hall, part of Greater London since 1965.
- The 2011 census of the four wards Grove, Norbiton, Canbury, and Tudor, stood at 43,013.
- Over time, Kingston has assumed a number of names; these include Cyninges tun in AD 836, Chingestune in 1086, Kingeston in 1164, Kyngeston super Tamisiam in 1321, and Kingestowne upon Thames in 1539.
- Kingston was the earliest royal borough, and belonged to the king in Saxon times. The meaning of the name in Old English words "cyning and tun" was 'the king's manor or estate.’
- Kingston was on the boundary between the ancient kingdoms of Wessex and Mercia, until King Athelstan united both to create the kingdom of England in the tenth century.
- For the most part of the 20th century, Kingston was a major military aircraft manufacturing centre, which specialised in fighter aircraft.
- Kingston is today regarded as a university town with the growth and development of Kingston polytechnic and its transformation into Kingston University.
- Different charters have been issued by kings to Kingston, but the oldest one to survive was from 1208 and the document is kept in the town's archives.
- Kingston has two parliamentary constituencies: the area north of the railway line, and the area south of the railway line. The former is represented by Zac Goldsmith of the Conservative Party, and the latter, Ed Davey of the Liberal Democrats.
- Kingston has many pubs and restaurants, with several public houses in the centre becoming bars and restaurants.
- Local newspaper Kingston Guardian is free, but Surrey Comet is a paid alternative.
- Canbury Gardens
- Kingston University
- Surbiton Park
- County Hall
Wards in Kingston
- Chessington North & Hook
- Chessington South
- Coombe Hill
- Coombe Vale
- Old Malden
- St James
- St Mark's
- Surbiton Hill
- Tolworth & Hook Rise
Bordering London Boroughs