Middlesex

This ancient county has so much to visit it's nice to have somewhere relaxed to come back to each day, so why not rent a charming Middlesex holiday home and enjoy the freedom at any time of the year. Middlesex is the area in England, mostly covered by Greater London. It includes the City of London, London's north-western suburbs steadily covered large parts of Middlesex, especially following the coming of the railways. In 1888 most of the region became part of the County of London - the boroughs of Camden, Hackney, Hammersmith and Fulham, Kensington and Chelsea, Islington, Tower Hamlets and Westminster were removed. During the next few decades the county became almost entirely urbanised by suburbs of London. In 1965, nearly all the remainder of Middlesex was subsumed by the new Greater London except the Potters Bar district; which was ceded to Hertfordshire, and the district of Spelthorne, which were given to Surrey.

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Middlesex is still a recognised county name, and exists in the name of such organisations as the Middlesex County Cricket Club or Middlesex University. In the area around Richmond upon Thames and Twickenham, one bank of the River Thames is often referred to as the "Middlesex Bank", with "Surrey Bank" for the opposite side of the river.