Molesey /ˈmoʊl.ziː/ is a suburban district comprising two large villages, East Molesey and West Molesey, on the edge of Greater London. Molesey is located on the southern bank of the River Thames in the northeast of the borough of Elmbridge in Surrey, England, with the post town of East Molesey extending north across the Thames into the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames. Molesey lies between 11.7 and 13.5 miles from Charing Cross and forms part of the capital's contiguous suburbs within the Greater London Urban Area. It has the London dialling code (020), and was from 1839 until 2000 under the jurisdiction of the Metropolitan Police.

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  • Molesey ist ein Ort im Borough von Elmbridge im Norden der englischen Grafschaft Surrey, südwestlich von London. Die Pendlergemeinde besteht aus den Ortsteilen West Molesey und East Molesey. Molesey liegt zwischen der Themse, die die nördliche Begrenzung der Gemeinde bildet, und dem River Mole im Süden, der unmittelbar östlich von Molesey in die Themse mündet. Benannt ist Molesey nach Mul, der Landbesitzer in der Gegend war (Molesey = Insel des Mul). Der Ort ist vor allem durch seinen Themseübergang bedeutsam: Die Hampton Court Bridge verbindet den Ortsteil East Molesey mit dem Hampton Court Palace. Sehenswert ist in Molesey unter anderem das „Crooked Bell“, ein im 14. Jh. erbautes Haus. Bekannt ist Molesey auch durch seine Tradition als englisches Boxzentrum und durch seine Trabrennbahn am Ufer der Themse. Molesey ist erreichbar über den Bahnhof Hampton Court; außerdem bestehen Busverbindungen nach Kingston und Richmond. In Molesey befinden sich größere Wasserspeicher, die der Wasserversorgung von London dienen. Molesey ist die Heimat von Matt Willis, Mitglied der Band Busted. Der neuseeländische Premierminister Julius Vogel starb 1899 in East Molesey. (de)
  • Molesey /ˈmoʊl.ziː/ is a suburban district comprising two large villages, East Molesey and West Molesey, on the edge of Greater London. Molesey is located on the southern bank of the River Thames in the northeast of the borough of Elmbridge in Surrey, England, with the post town of East Molesey extending north across the Thames into the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames. Molesey lies between 11.7 and 13.5 miles from Charing Cross and forms part of the capital's contiguous suburbs within the Greater London Urban Area. It has the London dialling code (020), and was from 1839 until 2000 under the jurisdiction of the Metropolitan Police. East and West Molesey share a high street, and there is a second retail and restaurant-lined street (Bridge Road) close to Hampton Court Palace in the eastern part of the district, which is also home to Hampton Court railway station in Transport for London's Zone 6. Molesey Hurst or Hurst Park is a large park by the River Thames in the north of the area, and is home to East Molesey Cricket Club. The Hampton Ferry (London) runs from here to Hampton on the Middlesex bank, from where it is a short walk to the central area of Hampton. West Molesey has some of the most deprived wards in Surrey. For some months in 2015–16 a herd of around 30 unclaimed horses was on land in West Molesey prompting concerns from local residents. Two horses were killed by a van. Trotting carts are a novel and not uncommon sight in Molesey and traveller-style funerals sometimes take place – one was seen in Molesham Way in 2015. Molesey is divided into three wards of the United Kingdom: Molesey South, East and North. The majority of Molesey's detached properties are in the east, which also contains the highest proportion of apartments of the three wards. (en)
  • Molesey – wieś w Anglii, w hrabstwie Surrey, w dystrykcie Elmbridge. Leży 21 km na południowy zachód od centrum Londynu. Miejscowość liczy 18 565 mieszkańców. Składa się z dwóch części – East Molesey i West Molesey. W East Molesey stoi pałac Hampton Court. (pl)
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  • Molesey – wieś w Anglii, w hrabstwie Surrey, w dystrykcie Elmbridge. Leży 21 km na południowy zachód od centrum Londynu. Miejscowość liczy 18 565 mieszkańców. Składa się z dwóch części – East Molesey i West Molesey. W East Molesey stoi pałac Hampton Court. (pl)
  • Molesey /ˈmoʊl.ziː/ is a suburban district comprising two large villages, East Molesey and West Molesey, on the edge of Greater London. Molesey is located on the southern bank of the River Thames in the northeast of the borough of Elmbridge in Surrey, England, with the post town of East Molesey extending north across the Thames into the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames. Molesey lies between 11.7 and 13.5 miles from Charing Cross and forms part of the capital's contiguous suburbs within the Greater London Urban Area. It has the London dialling code (020), and was from 1839 until 2000 under the jurisdiction of the Metropolitan Police. (en)
  • Molesey ist ein Ort im Borough von Elmbridge im Norden der englischen Grafschaft Surrey, südwestlich von London. Die Pendlergemeinde besteht aus den Ortsteilen West Molesey und East Molesey. Molesey liegt zwischen der Themse, die die nördliche Begrenzung der Gemeinde bildet, und dem River Mole im Süden, der unmittelbar östlich von Molesey in die Themse mündet. Sehenswert ist in Molesey unter anderem das „Crooked Bell“, ein im 14. Jh. erbautes Haus. Bekannt ist Molesey auch durch seine Tradition als englisches Boxzentrum und durch seine Trabrennbahn am Ufer der Themse. (de)
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