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An Extraordinary Results Day at Isleworth and Syon School
Outstanding performances include deputy head boy winning place at Cambridge
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Footballers Wanted for FC Griffin Park
New Sunday league team has been set up in Brentford
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Weekly Update From Councillor Guy Lambert
Making Brentford safe for mobility scooters and practising karate in Market Place
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Covid Infection Spike in Hounslow Being Watched Carefully
New cases up by more than London average with most in Heston area
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Community Planting Event Takes Place After Two Year Wait
Air Quality Brentford have managed to green Market Square
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Pandemic Has Led To Huge Increase in Waiting Lists
Hospitals struggle with backlog as patients' treatments delayed by over a year
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Gunnersbury Park Signals Intent To Remove Bowls Club
Says their priority is to repurpose site for Putt in the Park
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More Low Traffic Neighbourhoods Planned for Brentford & Isleworth
Five additional schemes set to be implemented before the end of the year
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Under-18s Free Travel Suspension Delayed
Withdrawal of exemption now set to begin after October half term
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Bus Drivers Say 24/7 Lanes Not Enough
They want priority signals at busy road junctions as well
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Hong Kong Buyers Not Just Looking at Monopoly Board Streets
Many want to buy in outer London according to property expert
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New Street Trading Licensing System Now in Place
Council says teething problems with Fast Track application have been resolved
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Mel Collins Bids Farewell to Griffin Park After 67 Years
Lots of great memories for superfan but he welcomes stadium move
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Mayor Furious About M25 Quarantine Plan
Government hadn't told him of strategy to seal off capital
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Mega Merger of Local Health Services Moves to Next Stage
Single Clinical Commissioning Group proposed for North West London
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Give Your Support To Hounslow Toy Library
An invaluable resource providing support to children with disabilities
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Residents' Group Says Manhattan is Coming To Osterley
Presentation of Homebase/Tesco redevelopment plans described as a sham
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'Unhelpful Misapprehensions' Over Brentford Dock Restrictions
Electronically-controlled gates reportedly to be installed to exclude public
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New Leader for Hounslow Borough Conservative Councillors
Gerald McGregor to take over from Joanna Biddolph
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Heartache for Brentford as Fulham Edge Play Off Final
Premier League dream over for this year at least
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Chestnut Avenue Traffic Restriction Set To Begin
Right turns into Clayponds Avenue to be banned
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Retrial for Boston Manor Man Accused of Attempted Murder
Jury fails to reach verdict on Mark Brazant who stabbed woman in face
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Volunteers Sought for Business Support Helpline
Needed to answer Covid-19 related queries from local firms
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Local Area To Participate in E-Scooter Trials
Hounslow borough to allow rental use for a year
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No Immediate Reopening for Local Leisure Centres
Phased return may mean no swimming pools until September at the earliest
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Mixed Reaction to Isleworth Access Restrictions
Cameras to issue fines on Amhurst Gardens,Teesdale Avenue and Teesdale Gardens
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Armed Police Carry Out Arrest on Clayponds Estate
No shots fired and explosion heard by residents was 'distraction bang'
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Green Dragon Lane Access Restrictions Set To Begin
Council publishes traffic order which will allow them to start enforcement
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Months of Plane Noise Misery Ahead for Brentford
Heathrow to close southern runway for repairs
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Local Student Wins Part in New Series of The Crown
Norleen Tabana's knowledge of Xhosa provides her big break
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Huge 5G Mast Proposed for Boston Manor Playing Fields
Monopole would be three times the height of nearby trees
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Parking in Brentford Reduced Due To Extended Bus Lane Operation
Bays on the High Street no longer available during the day
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Brentford Man Arrested After Criminals' Messaging System Hacked
Police say anti-organised crime operation largest ever
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Parking Space Squeeze Feared Due to Orchard Road Housing Plan
Council want to build over car park used by residents
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Three Potholed Local Roads To Be Resurfaced
Nominated by residents as part of the borough's Pothole Pledge scheme
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Griffin Park Curtain Call Sees Historic Win
Brentford clinch play-off final place with impressive performance
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Mixed Reaction to Proposed Closure of Brentford Road
Occupation Lane to be shut to all traffic early next month
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Solicitor at Brentford Law Firm Struck Off
Eilish Adams used clients' money to buy herself jewellery
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Head down to The Brentford Project for Blooms at Brentford
A one-off outdoor plant market on Saturday 22nd August
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Birdie's Kitchen At Syon Park Now Open
Come and enjoy a selection of empanadas, salads and freshly made cakes
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Watermans Confirms Reopening Date
Cinema, gallery and Guru Tandoori to return in August
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London Museum of Water & Steam Reopening to Public
Free access to be given to outdoor spaces
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Drive-In Cinema Event Planned for Gunnersbury Park
Luna Cinema proposing 200-car capacity screenings in August and September
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Gunnersbury Park Museum Announces Reopening Date
Estate continues gradual process of returning to normality
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Forthcoming Roadworks in Brentford
Traffic delays likely in the local area due to lane and road closures
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Upcoming Disruption on Public Transport
Tubes and trains affected by engineering works
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Gunnersbury Park Reopens Public Car Park
Plans announced for playground to reopen next month
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Virtual Exhibition Begins at Redlees Art Studios
An exciting mix of paintings, ceramics, jewellery, photography, cards and textiles
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Secret Cinema Reportedly Abandon Gunnersbury Park Plan
Friends group tell members that event not going ahead
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Brentford Woman Organises Charity Raffle for the NHS
Tickets are just ÂŁ1 with a host of great prizes donated by local businesses
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Kew Gardens Confirm Plans to Reopen
A limited number of visitors will be allowed from the beginning of June
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One-to-one Adult Cycle Training Returning
Bikeworks offering free one to one sessions at a location convenient to you
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Russell Grant Keeping the Middlesex Flag Flying
Keen supporter of county heritage happy to see it have special day
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Brentford Together Events Now Online
Community Workshops now being run through Zoom and Facebook
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Enjoy Theatre Productions Online During Lockdown
Richmond's Orange Tree among venues offering free home screenings
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Lovebox 2020 Announces Cancellation
Gunnersbury Park pop festival latest event to be called off due to pandemic
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Osterley 10k Race Rescheduled
Local running community adapting to current difficult situation
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Brentford Voice Cancel Canal Festival
Due to Coronavirus festival will have to wait a year
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Gunnersbury Park Museum Closes and parkrun Suspended
The park itself and the cafe remain open for visitors
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Celebrations and Commemorations Postponed
40th West London Local History Conference to be delayed due to Corona Virus
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Closure of Friendship Group 'a Loss' For the Elderly
However community response to calls for aid for vulnerable has been huge
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Live Travel Updates for Brentford
Incidents on local roads and public transport
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Events in Brentford
What's on when and where in the local area
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 Leisure
Buying or selling a house? You might want to call a Plumbing Inspector.
And read how the Italian Plumber thought they had a fan...
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West London Kitchens Are Open And Available
Plan your new kitchen design now ready for delivery in September
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Turning Fitness On Its Head
Too busy to exercise? Don't like gyms? Then fit20 could be the solution for you…
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Quality In An Age of Change
At Hammond's Butchers and Deli
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Highly Rated Pizzeria Opens in Brentford Car Showroom
Santa Maria now taking orders on Catherine Wheel Road
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Brentford Pub's Virtual Happy Hours Gain International Notice
Magpie and Crown streaming quizzes to brighten up lockdown
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Funding Boost for Mulberry Centre
Ruth Cadbury MP welcomes the award from the People's Postcode Lottery
 Property
Thorgills Turns its Energy to Helping the Local Community
Brentford High Street estate agency staying busy despite temporary closure of business
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'Refreshingly Positive' Mood for Brentford Property
Agents report quick pick up in activity after lockdown eased
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Plan Submitted for Royal Mail Sorting Office
Application for three blocks of flats up to 7 storeys with some commercial provision
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Further Details of Plans for Homebase and Tesco Sites Revealed
Over 2,000 homes near Gillette Corner 'biggest development in area for years'
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Second Highest Price Ever Paid for House in Brentford
Bright spot in property market that ended 2019 with a whimper
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Mercury House Expansion is Approved
Local Greens disappointed as decision 'ignores climate change impact of boilers'
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'The Problem With Brentford is Nobody Wants To Leave'
Estate agents react to dire figures for property market sales
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Capital Interchange Way Project Gets Green Light
Three towers up to 16 storeys high to be built opposite Citroen garage
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GLA Renews Concerns Over 'Fourth Mile' Scheme At B&Q Site
roject of 258 flats and hotel 'does not yet comply' with London Plan
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Syon Park Seek a New Road
Claim that Church Street closure has had significant effect on journey times for customers
 Community
Survey Says You Are A Brentfordian
Brentford Voice publishes responses given to their recent community survey
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Isleworth Couple Face the Challenge of Alzheimer's During Lockdown
Council want to boost number of Dementia Champions in the borough
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Gunnersbury Park Launches Fundraising Appeal After Fire
Destruction of café leaves estate short of a quarter of a million pounds
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OWGRA's PPE Production Reaches Industrial Scale
Local residents' group needs more funds to maintain supply to NHS
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Where Should the Brentford Fountain Be?
Brentford Voice collate the views of the local community
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Over Seven Years to Rebuild Brentford's High Street
Initial demolition to be complete by end of the year
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Fix My Brentford Street
Report problems such as potholes and uncollected rubbish in your local area
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