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13/7/07 The improved shops of The Centre has transformed Feltham, which now is a safe environment to shop and spend an evening out. The Moon on the Square sells a wide range of Real Ales and reasonably priced food. The recent addition of monthly French markets will only add to this area's more cosmopolitan feel.
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A dead place. This decaying one-horse town has very little to recommend it, except possibly the fact that it's close to Heathrow Airport. Feltham has been in the news recently due to being home to the country's most notorious juvenile offenders' facility. Somehow, this doesn't suprise me.
In Feltham, taxis with signs that say "Taxi" do not exist. If you need to get somewhere you'll have to get a bus or a minicab. The minicab company's phone number is (020) 8890 2424. (Personally, I suggest you get a train and go somewhere else.)
Feltham - It's not that bad
Poor old Feltham, not as bad as everyone says. Though as the above says there's not much to recommend - except cheap house prices. Half decent pub is the General Roy. The Moon on the Square and The Red Lion are OK, but if anyone has been brave enough to go into the pub by the station with no windows, please do post what's inside.
"Lies above" Feltham is a lot better than Hounslow, Hanworth or Bedfont. Massively improved in the last few years and very safe. Excellent shops, large supermarkets, hotels and transport links are perfect, London Waterloo only 20 mins away. Lots of lies above.
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