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Help us rid Camden of hate crime 14 to 21 October is National Hate Crime Awareness Week In Camden, we are proud of our sense of community and are committed to tackling all forms of hate crime. Camden is no place for hate. A hate crime is behaviour is based on someone’s prejudice towards a person because of their race, religion, sexual orientation or disability or because they are transgender. Hate crime includes name-calling, threats and intimidation, whether out on the street or online. It also includes physical violence. No-one should be a victim of hate crime because of who they are. We’re determined to stop hate crime in Camden, so let’s work together to tackle it. If you, or anyone you know, has been called names, been bullied or had anything happen to them that you think may be because of race, religion, sexual orientation, disability or because they are transgender, we encourage you to report this as a hate crime. Hate crime in the borough increased by 4.8% between 2015/16 and 2016/17, from 2,433 to 2,550 cases. Racist and religious hate crime went up by 11.9% from 616 to 689 cases and disability hate crime went up by 52.9% from 17 to 26 cases. Don’t suffer in silence We’re working with a range of partners to make sure our message – that hate crime won’t be tolerated – reaches everyone in the borough. We are proud of how diverse the people who choose to live, work, study in and visit Camden are. We want people to be able to go about their lives in Camden confidently. As a council we work with our communities to reassure and support them. Importantly, we work in partnership with the police and local organisations to tackle any instances of hate crime promptly. You might not feel like reporting a hate crime straight away, but please do report it when you can. You can make a real difference and be able to help prevent other people from being treated the same way. Be part of our fight against hate crime. Want advice about dealing with hate crime? Contact one of our partners for support. Visit camden.gov.uk/hatecrime for full details of the organisations we work with. Advice sessions on dealing with Islamophobia We have a partner, Tell Mama, supporting people who have experienced Islamophobia. Tell Mama are running two drop-in sessions on 17 October with support from our commuity safety service. If you need advice or support, please come along to one of the sessions – you don’t need to book: St Pancras Library, 5 Pancras Square N1C 4AG from 12 noon to 2pm Queen’s Crescent Library, 165 Queen’s Crescent, NW5 4HH from 3 to 5pm. Report a hate crime 1. If you see someone in immediate danger, call the police on 999. If someone is not in immediate danger, also call the non-emergency helpline 24 hours a day on 101. 2. Contact our community safety team on 020 7974 4444 or communitysafety@camden.gov.uk 3. If you’d feel more comfortable, you can contact one of our partners, who can offer you support. Visit camden.gov.uk/hatecrime for full details.

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Shepperton

Shepperton is an area of Spelthorne - now Surrey - in the former historic county of Middlesex.

It is bounded by the Thames to the south and in the north-west bisected by the M3 motorway. Shepperton is mentioned in a document of 959 CE and in the Domesday Book, where it was an agricultural village. In the early 19th century resident writers and poets included Haggard, Peacock, Meredith and Shelley, allured by the Thames which was painted at Walton Bridge here in 1754 by Canaletto and in 1805 by Turner.

The suburbanisation of Shepperton began in the mid to late 19th century with the construction in 1864 of its railway largely owing to its manor owner W. S. Lindsay which was originally envisaged to extend beyond the village to serve the market town of Chertsey. Shepperton's relative closeness to London coupled with improvements to the river such as Shepperton Lock built in 1813 helped it to develop into a suburban settlement where merchants and professionals chose to construct and rent villas in its smog-free environs and commute daily to the city.

The Shepperton railway branch opened to passengers on 1 November 1864. The original scheme intended that it would extend to a terminus on the Middlesex bank of the River Thames just east of Chertsey Bridge, but this plan was abandoned in 1862.The curve linking Fulwell and Teddington initially opened only to freight on 1 July 1894 and first carried passengers on 1 June 1901. The line was electrified on 30 January 1916. The original terminus included cattle sidings and a turntable (removed August 1942).

Shepperton Studios are home to a multi-disciplinary film production facility from on-set, through to television and various forms of animation. This also acts as a base for on-location film work for television dramas.

With its film studios and production facilities, since the 1930s Shepperton has continued to bring in new homes and residents as a commuter settlement, supported by its position within the Greater London Built-up Area, from roughly 1,810 residents in the early 20th century to a little short of 10,000 in 2011. Expansion continues in the form of occasional new housing developments; however, much of the land is now urbanised or designated parkland.

Its Green Belt has The Swan Sanctuary and two SSSIs, one of which is managed by Surrey Wildlife Trust. Most undeveloped land is protected from new development.


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Shepperton:   Shepperton is an area of Spelthorne - now Surrey - in the former historic county of Middlesex.


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A244, TW17 · Abbey Road, TW17 · Almond Close, TW17 · Annett Close, TW17 · Ash Road, TW17 · Ashford Road, TW17 · Ashurst Drive, TW17 · Astleham Way, TW17 · Avshepperton Business Park, TW17 · B376, TW17 · Barbara Close, TW17 · Barley Mow Way, TW17 · Birch Grove, TW17 · Bramble Close, TW17 · Bramley Avenue, TW17 · Briar Road, TW17 · Broadlands Avenue, TW17 · Bruce Avenue, TW17 · Burbidge Road, TW17 · Burchetts Way, TW17 · Bush Road, TW17 · Caesar’s Way, TW17 · Catlin Crescent, TW17 · Cemetary Lane, TW17 · Charlton Road, TW17 · Cherry Way, TW17 · Chertsey Road, TW17 · Chestnut Walk, TW17 · Church Road, TW17 · Church Square, TW17 · Cliveden Place, TW17 · Copthorne Close, TW17 · Crescent Road, TW17 · Dockett Eddy Lane, KT16 · Dockett Eddy Lane, TW17 · Dorly Close, TW17 · Dunally Park, TW17 · Dunboe Place, TW17 · Duppas Close, TW17 · Durrell Way, TW17 · Elliott Gardens, TW17 · Fairview Drive, TW17 · Fairwater Drive, TW17 · Ferry Lane, TW17 · Ferry Square, TW17 · Ford Close, TW17 · Fordbridge Road, TW17 · Francis Close, TW17 · Freeman Close, TW17 · Gaston Way, TW17 · Geneva Close, TW17 · Glen Close, TW17 · Govett Avenue, TW17 · Grange Farm, TW17 · Green Lane, TW17 · Greeno Cresent, TW17 · Grove Road, TW17 · Halliford Close, TW17 · Halliford Road, TW17 · Hamhaugh Island, TW17 · Harrison Way, TW17 · Harrow Way, TW17 · Hawthorn Way, TW17 · Hermitage Close, TW17 · Hetherington Road, TW17 · High Street, TW17 · Hitchcock Close, TW17 · Holmbank Drive, TW17 · Home Farm Close, TW17 · Horne Road, TW17 · Keswick Avenue, TW17 · Kilmiston Avenue, TW17 · Korda Close, TW17 · Laleham Road, TW17 · Layton’s Lane, TW17 · Linden Way, TW17 · Lindsay Drive, TW17 · Lion Close, TW17 · Little Oak Close, TW17 · Lodge Way, TW17 · Lois Drive, TW17 · M3, TW17 · Magdalene Road, TW17 · Mandeville Road, TW17 · Manor House Court, TW17 · Manygate Lane, TW17 · Manygate Park Mobile Home Site, TW17 · Marion Avenue, TW17 · Mead Lane, TW17 · Mere Road, TW17 · Minsterley Avenue, TW17 · Mulberry Trees, TW17 · Nell Gwynn Avenue, TW17 · New Road, TW17 · Nutty Lane, TW17 · Oberon Way, TW17 · Old Charlton Road, TW17 · Old Forge Crescent, TW17 · Old Forge Cresent, TW17 · Park Road, TW17 · Pears Avenue, TW17 · Penny Lane, KT12 · Penny Lane, TW17 · Pentland Avenue, TW17 · Perendale Drive, TW17 · Pool End Close, TW17 · Preston Road, TW17 · Queen Mary Road, TW17 · Rectory Close, TW17 · Reed Place, TW17 · Renfree Way, TW17 · Richmond Drive, TW17 · Riverside, TW17 · Roseacre Close, TW17 · Rosewood Drive, TW17 · Roxford Close, TW17 · Russell Road, TW17 · Russet Avenue, TW17 · Russington Road, TW17 · Ruxley Gardens, TW17 · Saint Nicholas Drive, TW17 · Sampson Court, TW17 · Sandhills Meadow, TW17 · Shepperton Business Park, TW17 · Shepperton Court Drive, TW17 · Shepperton Health Centre, TW17 · Shepperton Road, TW17 · Shepperton Studios, TW17 · Sherbourne Gardens, TW17 · Squires Bridge Road, TW17 · Squires Road, TW17 · Squire’s Road, TW17 · St Andrews Close, TW17 · St Nicholas Drive, TW17 · Station Approach, TW17 · Station Road, TW17 · Stewart Avenue, TW17 · Stirling Avenue, TW17 · Studios Road, TW17 · Sullivan’s Reach, TW17 · Thames Meadow, TW17 · Thames Side, TW17 · The Crescent, TW17 · The Crofts, TW17 · The Rectory, TW17 · Thornhill Way, TW17 · Thurlestone Close, TW17 · Thurlestone Parade, TW17 · Towpath, KT16 · Towpath, TW17 · Towpath, WD18 · Upper Halliford Green, TW17 · Upper Halliford Road, TW17 · Vincent Drive, TW17 · Wadham Close, TW17 · Wallace Close, TW17 · Walnut Tree Road, TW17 · Walton Bridge Road, TW17 · Walton Bridge, TW17 · Walton Lane, TW17 · Watersplash Road, TW17 · Way Meadows, TW17 · West Way, TW17 · Western Drive, TW17 · Wilcox Gardens, TW17 · Winchstone Close, TW17 · Windmill Green, TW17 · Wright Gardens, TW17 · Yew Trees, TW17 ·


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