We're all naturally proud of the places where we're brought up.
For our reporter Olivia Graham, that place is Feltham, so she decided to put together a list of her favourite facts - some well known, others less so - from her hometown.
1. Aston Martin cars used to be built in Feltham. Production of the cars moved to Newport Pagnell in Buckinghamshire in the late 50s. The two litre DB1 as well as different DB2 models were made at the Feltham factory.
2. Hanworth Air Park was a military airfield with its own runway. Now, of course, it's just a leisure centre and library. Not quite the same!
3. The Graf Zeppelin landed there. The German aircraft carrier landed in 1931.
4. The Mad Major. He would walk round in a long coat with a hat on like a soldier.
5. Although they've changed their names, the senior schools will still be referred to as Feltham School and Longford. Feltham School used to be split up on three different sites.
6. Longford River is man made. Charles I created the river because Hampton Court Palace had a short water supply despite being next to the Thames.
7. Oasis filmed their "Stand By Me" music video at the old Feltham shopping centre in 1997.
8. Pit Alley - but why is it called that? The alley used to lead to the old quarry pits.
9. So Solid Crew also filmed a music video in Feltham. They filmed their "Broken Silence" video here in 2003.
10. The Red Lion pub was the oldest pub in Feltham. It recently closed down and is now KTM Rox, a bar/restaurant.
11. The railway line used to run through the high street and the Ministry of Defence base. The tracks that ran through the MOD base used to be visible in Browells Lane near Russell Finex.
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