Denham Green E-Act Academy

School in/near Denham, existing between 2013 and now

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School · Denham · UB9 ·
MAY
21
2018



Academy sponsor led (Primary) which accepts students between the ages of 4 and 11.

Denham Green E-Act Academy is a mixed school which opened in 2013.

Total school capacity: 210.
Enrollment (2018): 160.
Girls enrolled (2018): 85.
Boys enrolled (2018): 75.
No Nursery Classes.
It has a website at: http://denhamgreene-actprimaryacademy.org.uk/.



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VIEW THE DENHAM AREA IN THE 1750s
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VIEW THE DENHAM AREA IN THE 1800s
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VIEW THE DENHAM AREA IN THE 1830s
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VIEW THE DENHAM AREA IN THE 1860s
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VIEW THE DENHAM AREA IN THE 1900s
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Nightingale Way, UB9

Nightingale Way is one of the streets of London in the UB9postal area.




LOCATIONS ON THE UNDERGROUND MAP
Colne Valley Park:   


NEARBY STREETS AND BUILDINGS ON THE UNDERGROUND MAP
A40, UB8 · A40, UB9 · A412, SL0 · Alder Road, UB9 · Ash Green, UB9 · Ash Mead Drive, UB9 · Ashcroft Drive, UB9 · Ashmead Lane, UB9 · Baconsmead, UB9 · Bakers Wood, UB9 · Blacksmiths Lane, UB9 · Blacksmith’s Lane, UB9 · Bowyer Crescent, UB9 · Broadway East, UB9 · Broadway, UB9 · Broken Gate Lane, UB9 · Brokengate Lane, UB9 · Bronsdon Way, UB9 · Cheapside Lane, UB9 · Cherry Tree Lane, SL0 · Cherry Tree Lane, UB8 · Colne Valley Cycle Route, WD17 · Colne Valley Cycle Route, WD19 · Colne Valley Cycle Route, WD23 · Colne Valley Cycle Route, WD24 · Colne Valley Way, SL0 · Colne Valley Way, TW18 · Denham Avenue, UB9 · Denham Close, UB9 · Denham Gallery, UB9 · Denham Garden Village, UB9 · Denham Green Close, UB9 · Denham Green Lane, UB9 · Denham Parade, UB9 · Denham Road, SL0 · Denham Road, UB9 · Doggetts Farm Road, UB9 · Ford End, UB9 · Froggy Lane, UB9 · Goodlake Court, UB9 · Green Bridge, UB9 · Green Tiles Lane, UB9 · Halings Lane, UB9 · Hangar Lane, UB9 · Hanger Road, UB9 · Hawthorn Drive, UB9 · Hollybush Farm Cottages, UB9 · Hollybush Lane, UB9 · James Martin Close, UB9 · Kinghton-Way Lane, UB9 · Knighton Way Lane, UB9 · Lime Walk, UB8 · Lime Walk, UB9 · Lindsay Road, UB9 · Lindsey Road, UB9 · Lower Road, UB9 · M40, SL0 · M40, UB9 · Marish Lane, SL9 · Marish Lane, UB9 · Mead Close, UB9 · Mirrie Lane, UB9 · Misbourne Meadows, UB9 · Moat Place, UB9 · Moorfield Road, UB9 · Moorfields Road, UB9 · Mount Lane, UB9 · Newtown Road, UB9 · Nightingale Way, UB9 · Nine Stiles Close, UB9 · North Orbital Road, UB9 · North Orbital Way, UB9 · Oakside, UB9 · Old Mill Road, UB9 · Old Rectory Lane, UB9 · Over The Misbourne Road, UB9 · Over The Misbourne, UB9 · Oxford Gardens, UB9 · Patrons Way East, UB9 · Patrons Way West, UB9 · Penn Drive, UB9 · Pollard Avenue, UB9 · Poplar Road, UB9 · Ranston Close, UB9 · Red Hill, UB9 · Savay Close, UB9 · Savay Lane, UB9 · Sheepcote Gardens, UB9 · Shire Lane, SL9 · Side Road, UB9 · South Bucks Way, UB9 · Southlands Road, SL0 · Southlands Road, UB9 · St Francis Road, UB9 · St Mary’s Road, UB9 · Station Approach, UB9 · Station Parade, UB9 · Station Yard, UB9 · The Greenway, UB9 · The Lime Walk, KT8 · Tilehouse Lane, UB9 · Tilehouse Lane, WD3 · Tilehouse Way, UB9 · Trusteees Close, UB9 · Wenlack Close, UB9 · Western Avenue, UB9 · Willets Lane, UB9 · Willow Crescent East, UB8 · Willow Crescent East, UB9 · Woodhurst Drive, UB9 · Wyatts Covert, UB9 ·
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Ordnance Survey of the London region (1939) FREE DOWNLOAD
Ordnance Survey colour map of the environs of London 1:10,560 scale
Ordnance Survey. Crown Copyright 1939.

Outer London (1901) FREE DOWNLOAD
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Stanford's Geographical Establishment. London : Edward Stanford, 26 & 27, Cockspur St., Charing Cross, S.W. (1901)
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