Who lives in Twickenham TW1?
You don't have to be a rugby fan to live in Twickenham, but it probably helps, the area is arguably the home of English rugby and certainly the training ground of the England rugby team. Those who have seen the film Invictus may remember the old joke about football being a gentleman's game played by hooligans and rugby being a hooligans' game played by gentlemen. Nobody seems to know the original source of the joke, but it is fair to say that the area which was once essentially Richmond's poor relation has now very much grown up, spread its wings and now has an affluent population and character all of its own.
Like many of our delivery areas, Twickenham is orientated towards younger professionals with about half of the population being in the 18-44 age bracket and almost three-quarters of locals describing themselves as associate professionals, professionals, managers or directors and average income is about 50% higher than for London as a whole.
What is the character of Twickenham TW1?
All joking aside, rugby really is integral to life in Twickenham TW1, but there's far more to the area than that. The area is now a popular commuter town. In addition to its excellent transport links to central London, it's also only a short distance away from Richmond, which is a thriving economic hub in its own right. Although it's these modern transport links which have made modern Twickenham into the place it is today, the area actually has a long history and a number of historic buildings and period town houses, many of which are now flats. Up until the 18th century, Twickenham was essentially agricultural land and its empty spaces made it of interest to factory-owners in the industrial revolution.
In particular Twickenham had the dubious honour of becoming home to the Great Vitriol Works, which produced sulphuric acid in a process which caused a dire smell around the local area. It was also home to the world's first gunpowder factory, which unsurprisingly caused a lot of incidents including fatal ones. In spite of this, Twickenham steadily became a popular place for affluent people to make their home – all the more so when both of these factories ceased to operate.
How can you help me with leaflet distribution in Twickenham TW1?
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