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Barnes is a district inside the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames. It's in the north east of the borough and is positioned 9.3 km west south west of Charing Cross.
Barnes has numerous eighteenth centu and 1800s buildings in the streets near Barnes Pond, which make up Barnes Village conservation area exactly where the majority of the mid-19th century buildings are placed. Around the east riverside, there is the WWT London Wetland Centre which adjoins many fields for 3 main national team sports.
The town had been part of Surrey, and it appears within the Domesday book as ‘Berne’. Barnes’ village church was constructed in between 1100 and 1150 and named the Chapel of St Mary’s. It was extended during the early 13th century, and was added to once again in 1786. A huge fire destroyed components of the extensions to the church in 1978, so restoration work was completed in 1984.
Barnes includes a large amount of sporting history spanning decades. In football, a High Master of St Paul’s School, Richard Mulcaster, is recognised with turning mob football into a refereed team sport. The school sits on Lonsdale Road, but in the time of Mulcaster it was located in St Paul’s Cathedral. The town features a non-league football team named Stonewall FC, who play at Barn Elms Playing Fields.
Barnes Rugby Club is known to be the oldest club in the world in any football code. They play next to the WWT London Wetlands Centre. The town is also identified for rowing; the loop of the Thames surrounding Barnes is a part of the Championship Course utilised for the Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race.