This site for the riverside estate and marina includes some useful material relating to the 150th anniversary of the Dock and Railway in 2010
Brentford High Street Project
This website, developed by Celia Cotton, whose paternal grandparents were born in Brentford, includes maps, plans and a considerable amount of historical content focussing on the High Street in the past. Frequent additions are made and queries submitted, so it is worth revisiting from time to time.
A community-based news web-site run by and for local people. You can sign up for a weekly newsletter of the headlines, as nearly 2,000 others have done.
A personal site by an enthusiast for Brentford history – you can buy her publications through it as well.
Ealing Local History Centre
Old Brentford was part of Ealing Parish for much of its history, so you will find relevant material in the Ealing Borougjh archive and local studies collection
Friends of Boston Manor
The Friends participate in projects, fundraise, lobby councillors & government agencies to help restore & maintain the historical aspects of Boston Manor Park & House.
Gunnersbury Park Museum
Local history museum for LBs Ealing & Hounslow, admission free. Its collections and displays cover the history of Acton, Bedfont, Brentford, Chiswick, Cranford, Ealing, Feltham, Greenford, Hanwell, Hanworth, Heston, Hounslow, Isleworth, Northolt, Perivale, Southall. See also the Friends of Gunnersbury Park and Museum
The Nursery Gardeners Archive
A blog by Val Bott presenting her research into nursery gardeners in Thames-side parishes, especially in Brentford and Chiswick, from about 1650. Much has been written about market gardening in the area but little about the nursery gardeners who were producing trees, hedging plants, shrubs, bulbs and seeds for the flower garden and fruit and vegetable stock for the kitchen garden.
Thames Landscape Strategy: Hampton to Kew
This is one of three partnerships on the Thames in Greater London, founded in 1994. It has had considerable success in raising funds for historic landscape restoration in Richmond and Twickenham.
Thomas Layton Trust
This website celebrates the legacy of Thomas Layton, who lived in Brentford, between 1826 and 1911 and was committed to helping to develop many new buildings and services for the growing town.