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What an odd way to describe what, according to the London Atlas map, is an area of West London: a "petite road"! The description of the "many parts" (an overworked expression when there are only four!) is odd too: if this is describing a road then Sipson road begins in the north in West Drayton - built-up area and certainly not farmland. And why Macdonalds should be "an attraction" beats me!!!! Anyway I don't know enough about the place to make any worthwhile amendments, but the map and this article are at odds with one another. Peter Shearan 06:54, 25 November 2005 (UTC)

the attractions part and the 'butcher's shop is never open!' line seem very amateurish, and somebody who knows about Sipson should change this article. Saccerzd 13:22, 14 April 2006 (UTC)

Expand this article while there's still a village to write about[edit]

It's a tiny consolation for villagers faced with losing their home, but unlike most other abandoned settlements Sipson has the luxury of its twilight years overlapping with the growth of free content media. As such, we can go now and take photos and document the place in other ways so that the memory of this centuries-old village can be preserved for posterity. We need to do this soon before Sipson takes on the appearance of a large concrete pancake. How about UK Wikipedians make this article a collaboration and bringing it to featured status so that on Wikipedia at least, it can go out in a blaze of glory? (talk) 22:50, 18 January 2009 (UTC)

I agree, unfortunataly, I live 200 miles North of Sipson, so I doubt I will be passing anytime soon. Given the intrest in the case, I would have thought someone would have done so. Mtaylor848 (talk) 21:36, 29 June 2009 (UTC)

Lots of farm detail[edit]

Is the minutiae of farm ownership in Sipson really of the necessary noteworthiness? — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 11:33, 7 March 2019 (UTC)