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One of the major counties in England, Middlesex is the second-smallest county by area and shares its boundaries with the capital, London. After a government resolution in 1965, most of Middlesex has become a part of the Greater London Area although the name is still used to define the remaining parts. The area boasts a rich and fascinating history spanning many centuries and today has become a multi-ethnic area with diverse culture and unique character. Many attractions and places of interest can be found here including Capel Manor Gardens, the World Rugby Museum in Twickenham, the London Motor Museum, Park Lane Stables and Abbeyfields Equestrian Centre, to name but a few.
There are many small, medium and even global companies working out of office spaces, executive suites and others commercial buildings in Middlesex. This includes lawyers, doctors, architects, graphic designers and software companies along with interior designers, builders, construction companies, logistics services, delivery companies and more. International Media Marketing, NatWest, HSBC and Citi Group have their offices in Middlesex as do Lloyds TSB, Abbey and Halifax PLC. Many other big name companies can be found operating from this area.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Middlesex has a number of entertainment venues offering everything from live music and exciting nightlife to theatre and cinema. Wembley Arena is an excellent venue for live-music, events and entertainment. The Mary Wallace Theatre in Twickenham is a hub for stage-productions while Paul Robeson Theatre is a great place for the performing arts. There are numerous restaurants all around Middlesex serving everything from African food to Asian cuisine. Masaniello in Twickenham serves great Italian food while Red Iron Burgers is the place to go for juicy British steaks. The Pheasant in Harlington is an eatery that serves a variety of contemporary food from various parts of Europe.
Middlesex has a tight network of roads and motorways that include the M25, M4 and M40 along with the A355, A4007 and A412, amongst others. This, along with an intricate network of arterial roads, provides convenient access for drivers and those using other forms of transportation such as coaches, buses and taxis. A number of train stations are located in the county while major airports in or close to the area include London Heathrow Airport and London Gatwick Airport.