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HOUNSLOW Hounslow High Street and London Road have a string of Asian restaurants, small shops and stallholders selling lots of tasty street foods, saris and everyday bargains. And if you prefer to shop at department stores, the Treaty Centre is the large shopping centre near the middle of the High Street that is also home to Hounslow Library, the borough’s library headquarters.

Treaty Shopping Centre

BELL SQUARE This is the new permanent outdoor space where anyone and everyone can see some of the best outdoor performers in the world – for free.

summer months, performances are held there most Saturdays allowing people to shop in between enjoying a show. A variety of acts have performed there, from circus acts and street theatre to dancers and acrobats. Go online to: www.bellsquarelondon.com for details of performances. Throughout the rest of the year the square is also used as an open space for religious and non-religious festivals and celebrations. On non-event days, it is home to a weekly street market that stretches part-way down the High Street and is open Tuesdays to Sundays.

One of the acrobatic acts performing at Bell Square

Situated at the western end of the High Street, the large square has seating and standing spaces. Throughout the

You can get to Bell Square from Hounslow East and Hounslow Central Tube stations. Plenty of buses stop there too, and parking is available at the Treaty Centre and the Blenheim Centre.

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Hounslow Pocket Guide 2015  

Published in partnership with the London Borough of Hounslow. 20,000 copies printed and distributed in July/August 2015.

Hounslow Pocket Guide 2015  

Published in partnership with the London Borough of Hounslow. 20,000 copies printed and distributed in July/August 2015.

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