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Ilford is a large and very cosmopolitan modern town that is located in the northeast of Greater London, England. It is the administrative headquarters of the London Borough of Redbridge. The town itself is located around 9 miles (14 km) north-east of Charing Cross and has become one of the modern major metropolitan centres that was originally identified in the London Plan. Its centre forms a significant commercial and retail shopping centre that is also surrounded by extensive residential development.
Ilford was historically a fairly small rural settlement that was located in the county of Essex, its strategic position on the River Roding and the main old London to Colchester road then helped it to develop as a coaching town for travellers. The arrival of the industrial revolution and railway in 1839 eventually accelerated the rapid growth.
As a part of the suburban growth of London in the 20th century, Ilford itself significantly grew in population, finally becoming a municipal borough in 1926, it has been a part of Greater London since 1965. Ilford was remarkably recorded as being the fastest-growing tourist destination in Europe in 2011!
The complete skull of a mammoth was discovered at the Boots the Chemist site in 1860 at the site in the High Road, the only find of its kind in the UK. The skull is in the Natural History Museum in London and other prehistoric animal remains can be seen at the Redbridge Museum, Central Library, Ilford.
Redevelopment has destroyed much of the evidence for the very early Ilford, but the oldest evidence for human occupation is from the 1st and 2nd century BC Iron Age earthwork known as Uphall Camp. This was situated between the Roding and Ilford Lane and is recorded in the old 18th century plans.
Various Roman finds have also been made in the nearby vicinity. A nearby earthen mound, called Lavender Mount, existed here well into the 1960s, when it was removed during the building work at the old Howards chemical works. Further modern excavation has shown that the latter may have actually been a rare and precious 16th-century 'beacon-mound'.
Finally, it should be noted that there are many archaeological discoveries displayed at the fabulous Redbridge Museum.