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EBAY MOTORS - ADDLESTONE
Today for your admiration and possible ownnership is my Alfa Romeo Brera S Prodrive This is a difficult sale due to the expantion of our family and the rear seats apparently not ... being appropriate for a child in a seat First off this cars MOT runs out at the end of January and due to a stone strike on the way to work earlier this month it has a crack across the ...
The town of Addlestone is located in the borough of Runnymede in Surrey county and is thought to be named after the phrase "Attel's Denu" - the valley belonging to a Saxon named Attel.
Most famously, Addlestone is known for the 'Croach Oak' an ancient 400 year old oak tree, believed to have originated in the 11th Century. This historical symbol of Addlestone was previously used to mark the boundary of Windsor Great Park, where legend has it that Queen Elizabeth I stopped for a leisurely picnic. Consequently, when visiting this town you will find many local pubs and businesses use 'oak' in their titles.
In literacy, Addlestone is mentioned in famous author H.G Wells' book The War of the Worlds, where the second of ten alien 'cylinder' invasion ships landed at the Addlestone Golf Links.
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