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Few little facts about Addlestone
Addlestone is a town in the Runnymede Borough of Surrey.The name Addlestone probably means "Attel's Denu"; the valley belonging to a Saxon named Attel.
The Crouch Oak, an oak tree believed to have originated in the 11th Century, is an important symbol in the town. It used to mark the boundary of Windsor Great Park. Legend says that Queen Elizabeth I stopped by it and had a picnic.The tree is one of the main historic features of the town, and consequently several local businesses use its name in their title. In September 2007 the tree suffered an arson attack yet has survived.
Abbey Rangers F.C is located in Addlestone Moor, next to the Woburn Arms. Abbey Rangers were formed in 1976 and continue to offer football for boys and girls as well as men and women.
Addlestone is mentioned in H.G Wells's book The War of the Worlds, in which the second of ten martian invasion ships (called 'cylinders') landed at the Addlestone Golf Links.
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