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Ilford
Ilford
is a town in east London, located 9.1 miles (14.6 km) east of Charing Cross. It is the administrative centre of the London Borough of Redbridge, and identified as a major metropolitan centre in the London Plan. Ilford
Ilford
forms a significant commercial and retail centre surrounded by extensive residential development. It was historically a small rural settlement in the county of Essex
Essex
and its strategic position on the River Roding
River Roding
and the London to Colchester
Colchester
road caused it to develop as a coaching town.[2] The arrival of the railway in 1839 eventually accelerated that growth and as part of the suburban growth of London in the 20th century, Ilford
Ilford
significantly expanded and increased in population, becoming a municipal borough in 1926. Since 1965 it has formed part of Greater London. Ilford
Ilford
is part of the IG postcode area, though areas to the west of Ilford
Ilford
Hill and the A406 are part of E postcode area
E postcode area
instead. The population of Ilford, comprising the Clementswood, Loxford, Goodmayes, Newbury, Mayfield, Seven Kings, Barkingside, Clayhall, Redbridge,Green Street, Fullwell, Fairlop, Cranbrook and Valentines wards, was 168,168 in the 2011 census.

Contents

1 History

1.1 Toponymy 1.2 Origins 1.3 Economic development 1.4 Local government 1.5 Suburban expansion 1.6 Notable events 1.7 Olympics

2 Governance 3 Geography 4 Demography 5 Transport

5.1 Buses

6 Culture

6.1 Art, theatre and media 6.2 Sport

7 See also 8 References 9 Bibliography 10 External links

History[edit]

Ilford
Ilford
(parish) population

1891 10,913

1901 41,234

1911 78,188

1921 85,194

1931 131,061

1941 war #

1951 184,706

1961 178,024

# no census was held due to war

source: UK census[3]

Toponymy[edit] Ilford
Ilford
was historically known as Great Ilford
Ilford
to differentiate it from nearby Little Ilford, in the London Borough of Newham.[4] The name is first recorded in the Domesday Book
Domesday Book
of 1086 as Ilefort and means "ford over the Hyle"; an old name for the River Roding
River Roding
that means "trickling stream". Little Ilford
Little Ilford
shares the origin.[4] Origins[edit] The only complete skull of a mammoth discovered in the United Kingdom was unearthed in 1860 at the site where Boots the Chemist now stands in the High Road. The skull can now be seen in the Natural History Museum and other prehistoric animal remains can be seen at Redbridge Museum, Central Library, Ilford. Redevelopment has destroyed much of the evidence for early Ilford, but the oldest evidence for human occupation is the 1st and 2nd century BC Iron Age
Iron Age
earthwork known as Uphall Camp. This was situated between the Roding and Ilford
Ilford
Lane and is recorded in 18th century plans.[2] Roman finds have also been made in the vicinity.[5] A nearby mound called Lavender Mount existed into the 1960s, when it was removed during building work at Howards chemical works. Excavation has shown that the latter may have been a 16th century 'beacon-mound'. Archaeological discoveries are displayed at Redbridge Museum.[6] Economic development[edit]

High Road Ilford
Ilford
with Waterstones bookshop in the foreground on the left and the town hall in the background

Redbridge Town Hall, High Road, Ilford

Ilford
Ilford
straddled the important road from London to Colchester. The Middlesex and Essex
Essex
Turnpike Trust controlled and maintained the road from 1721. The River Roding
River Roding
was made navigable for barges as far as Ilford
Ilford
Bridge from 1737.[5] Ilford
Ilford
remained largely rural until its expansion in the 19th century. This brought about brickworks, cement works and coal yards to service the new buildings, largely centred on the River Roding. In 1839, a railway station was opened on the line from Romford
Romford
to Mile End. The early businesses gave way to new industries, such as paper making and services such as steam laundries and collar making, to provide for the new commuting class created by the railway. A number of major businesses have been founded in the town, including the eponymous photographic film and chemicals manufacturer Ilford
Ilford
Photo.[7] This was founded in 1879 by Alfred H. Harman, a photographer from Peckham, who established the business in a house in Cranbrook Road making gelatino-bromide 'dry' plates.[2] The business soon outgrew these premises, and its headquarters moved to a site at Roden Street until 1976 when the factory was closed. Many Ilford
Ilford
Limited products are displayed at Redbridge Museum.[6] The radio, electronics and telecommunications company Plessey, founded in 1917 in Marylebone, moved to Cottenham Road in Ilford
Ilford
early in 1919 and then to Vicarage Lane where became one of the largest manufacturers in its field. During World War II, the factory was heavily damaged by bombing and the company carried out much of its manufacture, with 2,000 workers servicing a production line, located in the underground railway tunnel between Wanstead
Wanstead
and Gants Hill.[2] In 1955 the company employed 15,000 workers, in sites throughout Ilford
Ilford
and neighbouring areas, with an extensive research department.[2] BAL-AMi Jukeboxes were manufactured at 290-296 High Road, Ilford, during the 1950s, which also served as the headquarters of the Balfour (Marine) Engineering company.[8] Local government[edit]

A map showing the wards of Barking
Barking
Civil Parish as they appeared in 1871.

Central Library and Museum, Clements Road, Ilford

Ilford
Ilford
formed a ward in the large ancient parish of Barking, in the Becontree hundred of Essex. The parish authorities gradually lost responsibility for a variety of functions during the 19th century; from 1836, for the administration of poor relief, Ilford
Ilford
came within the Romford
Romford
Poor Law Union
Poor Law Union
and in 1840 the Metropolitan Police District was extended to cover the area. In 1875, the Romford
Romford
rural sanitary district was created, covering a wide area including Ilford. In 1888, Ilford
Ilford
and the neighbouring ward of Chadwell to east were split from Barking
Barking
and together formed a separate Ilford
Ilford
civil parish. In 1890, a local board of health was set up for the parish, replacing the rural sanitary authority, and in 1894 a reform of local government reconstituted it as an urban district. It formed part of the London Traffic Area from 1924 and the London Passenger Transport Area from 1933.[9] It was incorporated as the Municipal Borough of Ilford
Municipal Borough of Ilford
in 1926.[10] The suburban expansion of London caused a significant increase in population and the borough became one of the largest in England
England
not to gain county borough status. In 1965, the municipal borough was abolished and its former area was combined with that of Wanstead
Wanstead
and Woodford, the northern extremity of Dagenham
Dagenham
and a small part Chigwell Urban District around Hainault; it was removed from Essex
Essex
and since then has formed the greater part of the London Borough of Redbridge
London Borough of Redbridge
in Greater London. Suburban expansion[edit] By 1653, Ilford
Ilford
was a compact village of 50 houses, mostly sited north and south of the current Broadway[2] and the area was distinctly rural. In 1801 the population of Ilford
Ilford
was 1,724 and by 1841 it had grown to 3,742.[2] It had a population of 41,244 in 1901 and occupied an area of 8,496 acres (34 km2). 2,500 houses of the vast Becontree Estate, built by the London County Council
London County Council
from 1921, were within the boundaries of Ilford; the addition caused a rise in population of 11,600 by 1926.[2] The Central line service of the London Underground
London Underground
to new and former main-line stations in the area began in 1947[11] and the population of the Municipal Borough of Ilford
Ilford
peaked in 1951 at 184,706, declining to 178,024 in 1961 before being absorbed into Redbridge and Greater London
Greater London
in 1965. At the 2001 Census the combined populations of the Ilford
Ilford
North and Ilford
Ilford
South constituencies was 196,414.[12][13] Notable events[edit] John Logie Baird, who invented the television, moved to Ilford
Ilford
in the mid to late 1920s to work on his new invention. He worked in a workshop on the roof of the Plessey
Plessey
premises in Ley Street, which has long since been demolished to make way for new housing. Olympics[edit] Its proximity to the Olympic Park in Stratford meant that in 2011, Ilford
Ilford
was the fastest-growing tourist destination in Europe due to the London 2012 Summer Olympics.[14] Governance[edit] Ilford
Ilford
is divided between the UK Parliament constituencies of Ilford North and Ilford
Ilford
South. Ilford
Ilford
North consists of the Redbridge wards of Aldborough, Barkingside, Redbridge, Clayhall, Fairlop, Fullwell, Hainault and Roding. The MP is Wes Streeting
Wes Streeting
of the Labour Party, who succeeded the previous MP Lee Scott of the Conservative Party in the 2015 general election. Ilford
Ilford
South corresponds to the Redbridge wards of Chadwell, Clementswood, Cranbrook, Goodmayes, Loxford, Mayfield, Newbury, Seven Kings, and Valentines.[15] The MP is Mike Gapes
Mike Gapes
of the Labour Party.[15] Ilford
Ilford
forms part of the Havering and Redbridge London Assembly constituency and the London European Parliament constituency. Geography[edit] Further information: Geography of London Ilford
Ilford
is bounded in the west by the North Circular Road and the River Roding and is contiguous with Barking
Barking
to the south, Gants Hill
Gants Hill
to the north and Seven Kings
Seven Kings
to the east. Climate data for Ilford
Ilford
is taken from the nearest weather station at Greenwich, around 6 miles (9.7 km) south south west of the railway station:

Climate data for London (Greenwich)

Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Year

Record high °C (°F) 14.0 (57.2) 19.7 (67.5) 21.0 (69.8) 26.9 (80.4) 31.0 (87.8) 35.0 (95) 35.5 (95.9) 37.5 (99.5) 30.0 (86) 28.8 (83.8) 19.9 (67.8) 15.0 (59) 37.5 (99.5)

Average high °C (°F) 8.3 (46.9) 8.5 (47.3) 11.4 (52.5) 14.2 (57.6) 17.7 (63.9) 20.7 (69.3) 23.2 (73.8) 22.9 (73.2) 20.1 (68.2) 15.6 (60.1) 11.4 (52.5) 8.6 (47.5) 15.2 (59.4)

Average low °C (°F) 2.6 (36.7) 2.4 (36.3) 4.1 (39.4) 5.4 (41.7) 8.4 (47.1) 11.5 (52.7) 13.9 (57) 13.7 (56.7) 11.2 (52.2) 8.3 (46.9) 5.1 (41.2) 2.8 (37) 7.5 (45.5)

Record low °C (°F) −10.0 (14) −9.0 (15.8) −8.0 (17.6) −2.0 (28.4) −1.0 (30.2) 5.0 (41) 7.0 (44.6) 6.0 (42.8) 3.0 (37.4) −4.0 (24.8) −5.0 (23) −7.0 (19.4) −10.0 (14)

Average precipitation mm (inches) 51.6 (2.031) 38.2 (1.504) 40.5 (1.594) 45.0 (1.772) 46.5 (1.831) 47.3 (1.862) 41.1 (1.618) 51.6 (2.031) 50.4 (1.984) 68.8 (2.709) 58.0 (2.283) 53.0 (2.087) 591.8 (23.299)

Average rainy days (≥ 1.0 mm) 10.8 8.5 9.6 9.4 9.0 8.3 8.0 7.6 8.5 10.7 10.1 9.9 110.4

Average snowy days 4 4 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 16

Average relative humidity (%) 81.0 76.0 69.0 64.0 62.0 60.0 60.0 62.0 67.0 73.0 78.0 82.0 69.5

Mean monthly sunshine hours 49.9 71.4 107.1 159.8 181.2 181.0 192.1 195.1 138.9 108.1 58.5 37.4 1,480.5

Source #1: Record highs and lows from BBC Weather,[16] except August and February maximum from Met Office[17][18]

Source #2: All other data from Met Office,[19] except for humidity and snow data which are from NOAA[20]

Climate data for London ( Heathrow airport
Heathrow airport
1981−2010)

Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Year

Average high °C (°F) 8.1 (46.6) 8.4 (47.1) 11.3 (52.3) 14.2 (57.6) 17.9 (64.2) 21.0 (69.8) 23.5 (74.3) 23.2 (73.8) 19.9 (67.8) 15.5 (59.9) 11.1 (52) 8.3 (46.9) 15.2 (59.4)

Average low °C (°F) 2.3 (36.1) 2.1 (35.8) 3.9 (39) 5.5 (41.9) 8.7 (47.7) 11.7 (53.1) 13.9 (57) 13.7 (56.7) 11.4 (52.5) 8.4 (47.1) 4.9 (40.8) 2.7 (36.9) 7.4 (45.4)

Average precipitation mm (inches) 55.2 (2.173) 40.9 (1.61) 41.6 (1.638) 43.7 (1.72) 49.4 (1.945) 45.1 (1.776) 44.5 (1.752) 49.5 (1.949) 49.1 (1.933) 68.5 (2.697) 59.0 (2.323) 55.2 (2.173) 601.7 (23.689)

Average rainy days (≥ 1.0 mm) 11.1 8.5 9.3 9.1 8.8 8.2 7.7 7.5 8.1 10.8 10.3 10.2 109.6

Mean monthly sunshine hours 61.5 77.9 114.6 168.7 198.5 204.3 212.0 204.7 149.3 116.5 72.6 52.0 1,632.6

Source: Met Office[21]

Demography[edit] Ilford
Ilford
has a very large ethnic-minority population, with Ilford
Ilford
North having the fourth-highest Jewish proportion of residents in the 2001 census.[12] The Hindu, Muslim and Sikh population number some 30,000.[22] The large South Asian community in Ilford
Ilford
speak a variety of languages, including Tamil, Gujarati, Hindi, Bengali, Punjabi and Urdu.[23] According to the 2001 census, Ilford
Ilford
North and Ilford
Ilford
South consisted of the following demographs:

Ilford
Ilford
North Ilford
Ilford
South

Total Population 89,806 106,608

White 75.6% 45.1%

Black 5.2% 11.4%

Asian 15.5% 39.3%

Mixed 2.2% 2.8%

Other 1.5% 1.4%

Ilford
Ilford
North Ilford
Ilford
South

Christian 55.1% 42.5%

Hindu 6.7% 10.5%

Jewish 10.3% 7.9%

Muslim 6.4% 19.6%

Sikh 2.7% 9.4%

[12][13] At the 2011 census, the Clementswood and Loxford
Loxford
wards were ranked the 10th and 12th in Greater London
Greater London
with the least white British population. The Valentines ward is ranked lower but still quite high. The other wards around Ilford
Ilford
are also very ethnically diverse, especially Goodmayes
Goodmayes
where only 16.9% of residents are White British. In Clementswood, only 9.4% of the population was White British and 66.3% were Asian.[24][citation needed] Transport[edit]

Ilford
Ilford
railway station

Further information: Transport in London The town is served by Ilford railway station
Ilford railway station
on the Great Eastern Main Line in Travelcard Zone 4.[25] All trains calling at the station are the high-frequency Liverpool Street-Shenfield. This service was taken over by TfL Rail
TfL Rail
on 31 May 2015 for the new Crossrail
Crossrail
project set to run through Ilford
Ilford
in 2017.[26] Gants Hill
Gants Hill
tube station is located in the north of Ilford
Ilford
and is served by the Central line of the London Underground.[25] It is planned that the Liverpool Street-Shenfield service will be replaced by Crossrail
Crossrail
in 2018.[27] The first stage of the East London
East London
Transit begins at Ilford.[28] Buses[edit] Ilford
Ilford
is a hub of the London Buses
London Buses
network with services to central London and various suburbs.[29] Culture[edit]

Ilford
Ilford
Kenneth More Theatre

Art, theatre and media[edit] Ilford
Ilford
is the location of the Kenneth More Theatre. The local newspaper, covering the town and the borough, is the Ilford
Ilford
Recorder.

Kenneth More Theatre

The theatre was officially opened in January 1975. It places emphasis on serving the local community, and stages a mix of professional and amateur productions. Its programme is varied, and runs throughout the year with productions generally changing on a weekly basis. It is well known within the local area for its annual pantomime, which normally runs from mid-December to mid-January.[30]

St.Alban’s Singers

St. Alban’s Singers is a mixed voice choir for men and women based in St. Alban’s Church in Albert Road, Ilford. The choir meets to rehearse at the church each Tuesday evening during term-time and aims to give three concerts per year. [31] Sport[edit] An unspecified venue in Ilford
Ilford
was used for an important cricket match on Monday, 1 August 1737 between Essex
Essex
and London, Essex
Essex
winning by 7 runs. It is the earliest known organised match definitely played in Essex.[32] Ilford
Ilford
Cricket Club plays home games at Valentines Park. This ground was opened in 1897.[33] It was used regularly by Essex
Essex
County Cricket Club, but inadequate maintenance meant that the county stopped playing there after 2001.[34] Ilford
Ilford
has two Non-League football
Non-League football
clubs Ilford F.C.
Ilford F.C.
and Waltham Forest F.C. who both play at the Cricklefield Stadium. See also[edit]

List of people from Redbridge List of schools in Redbridge

References[edit]

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Ilford
History and Chronology". Retrieved 27 July 2007.  ^ "BAL-AMi Jukeboxes".  ^ Robson, William (1939). The Government and Mis-government of London. London: Allen & Unwin.  ^ Great Britain Historical GIS / University of Portsmouth, Ilford UD/MB (historic map). Retrieved 28 August 2009. ^ Rose, D (1999). The London Underground: A diagrammatic history.  ^ a b c "UKPollingReport Election Guide 2010 » Ilford
Ilford
North". Retrieved 2 March 2014.  ^ a b "UKPollingReport Election Guide 2010 » Ilford
Ilford
South". Retrieved 2 March 2014.  ^ The Daily Telegraph
The Daily Telegraph
(December 2011). "TripAdvisor: Ilford
Ilford
is Europe's fastest growing tourist destination". The Daily Telegraph.  ^ a b Mike Gapes. " Ilford
Ilford
South - a profile". Retrieved 28 August 2009.  ^ "London, Greater London: Average conditions". BBC Weather
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Website. BBC Weather. Archived from the original on 28 February 2011.  ^ "August 2003 — Hot spell". Met Office
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Website. Met Office. Archived from the original on 28 February 2011.  ^ "Monthly temperature records by country". Met Office
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Website. Met Office. Retrieved 22 September 2013.  ^ " Greenwich
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1981−2010 averages". Met Office
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Website. Met Office. Retrieved 22 September 2013.  ^ "South Asian Development Partnership - Research,". Southasian.org.uk. Retrieved 2 March 2014.  ^ "Setting up your business in London" (PDF). Thinklondon.com. Retrieved 2 March 2014.  ^ "Clementswood - UK Census Data 2011". Ukcensusdata.com. 2012. Retrieved 2017-04-09.  ^ a b Transport for London
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(March 2009). "High frequency services" (PDF). Greater London
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Authority. Retrieved 28 August 2009.  ^ National Express East Anglia
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(May 2009). "Table 6" (PDF). National Express. Retrieved 28 August 2009.  ^ " Crossrail
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maps: Route map". Crossrail. Archived from the original on 23 August 2009. Retrieved 28 August 2009.  ^ Transport for London. " East London
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Transit". Greater London Authority. Archived from the original on 8 March 2010. Retrieved 28 August 2009.  ^ Transport for London
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(September 2007). "Buses from Ilford" (PDF). Greater London
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Authority. Retrieved 28 August 2009.  ^ "About us Kenneth More Theatre". Kmtheatre.co.uk. 3 January 1975. Retrieved 2 March 2014.  ^ "St. Alban's Singers - Choir in Ilford". stalbansingers.simdif.com.  ^ Buckley, p. 14. ^ "Valentine's Park England
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Bibliography[edit]

Buckley, G. B. (1935). Fresh Light on 18th Century Cricket. Cotterell.  Ian Dowling Valentines Park, Ilford: A Century of History (1999) OCLC 43337735 J E Oxley Barking
Barking
and Ilford: An Extract from the Victoria History of the County of Essex
Essex
vol 5 (1987) James Thorne (1876), "Great Ilford", Handbook to the Environs of London, London: John Murray  Edward Walford (1883), "Ilford", Greater London, London: Cassell & Co., OCLC 3009761 

External links[edit]

Media related to Ilford
Ilford
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London Borough of Redbridge

Districts

Aldborough Hatch Aldersbrook Barkingside Chadwell Heath Clayhall Cranbrook Fairlop Fullwell Cross Gants Hill Goodmayes Hainault Ilford Little Heath Loxford Newbury Park Redbridge Seven Kings Snaresbrook South Woodford Wanstead Woodford Woodford Bridge Woodford Green Woodford Wells

Attractions

Kenneth More Theatre Redbridge Museum Valentines Mansion

Constituencies

Chingford
Chingford
and Woodford Green
Woodford Green
(part) Ilford
Ilford
North Ilford
Ilford
South Leyton
Leyton
and Wanstead
Wanstead
(part)

Parks and open spaces

Clayhall
Clayhall
Park Hainault Forest Country Park Fairlop
Fairlop
Waters Goodmayes
Goodmayes
Park Roding Valley Park Seven Kings
Seven Kings
Park South Park, Ilford Valentines Park Wanstead
Wanstead
Flats Wanstead
Wanstead
Park

Tube and rail stations

Barkingside Chadwell Heath Fairlop Gants Hill Goodmayes Grange Hill Hainault Ilford Newbury Park Redbridge Roding Valley Seven Kings Snaresbrook South Woodford Wanstead Woodford

History

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Wanstead
Manor Wanstead
Wanstead
Hall Wanstead
Wanstead
House The Embassy Cinema

Other topics

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Green Woodford

Neighbourhoods (principal)

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Walford
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English cricket venues (1726–1770)

Addington Hills Artillery Ground Barnes Common Barrack Field Bishopsbourne Paddock Blackheath Broadhalfpenny Down Bromley
Bromley
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Chislehurst
Common Cow Meadow Datchet Common Dripping Pan Ealing
Ealing
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Kew
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Putney
Heath Sanderstead
Sanderstead
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Uxbridge
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Walworth
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