Bedfont is also served by Hatton Cross Underground station on the Piccadilly line.Bedfont has a large central conservation area around Bedfont Green.A user called Skye published the appalling video on Snapchat before it was shared widely on Instagram.

A shocking Snapchat video has emerged of a 13-year-old schoolgirl appearing to slap an older woman in the face after shouting 'who you talking to? In the clip screaming can be heard from the crowd as the teenager makes contact with the woman's face.

The victim was left visibly shaken and in tears before a kind passerby took her by the arm to comfort her after the incident in Hounslow High Street three days ago.

Bedfont was in Spelthorne Hundred, in the historic county Middlesex.

Referred to in the Domesday Book as "Bedefunde", the name is thought to be derived from Anglo-Saxon Bedfunta = "Bed’s spring", or Bydenfunta = "spring provided with a drinking-vessel"..

The victim, a woman in her early 50s, was struck across the face.'Officers attended the scene, the victim had a swollen face but did not require hospital treatment.'The suspect made off from the scene, but was arrested in Hounslow High Street, on Wednesday, 7 February.'She was taken to a west London police station and has been released under investigation.'Local police are conducting reassurance patrols to deter any further incidents.

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The Staines Road follows the Roman Via Trinobantes colloquially a Stane Street (stone street) linking Londinium (London) to Pontes (Staines-upon-Thames) and the West Country, though the name suggests older origins as the Trinobantes were a powerful Celtic tribe before the Roman invasion.

Excavations prior to the building of Heathrow’s Terminal 5 site a few miles north west of Bedfont found evidence of settlement during the Bronze Age, Iron Age and Roman periods, suggesting there may have been people living in and around the Bedfont area during these periods.

Its Norman chancel, chancel arch and south doorway have survived the centuries, as have medieval wall paintings from the mid 13th century, which were uncovered in 1865.