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LATEST - Premier Inn to Replace Cladding on its Brentford Property
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Do More for Clean Air and Heart Health
Ruth Cadbury MP Encourages Constituents to get more active
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Weekly Update From Councillor Guy Lambert
Takes time out to celebrate Father's Day
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Piccadilly Line 's 40 Year-old Fleet of Trains to Be Scrapped
And replaced by new more frequent air-conditioned 'Inspiro' trains by 2023
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Measles Outbreaks Across England
As European wide cases triple last year
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32-Storey Curve Would Damage A 'Most Important Panoramic View'
Strand on the Green Residents Association speaks at the Public Inquiry
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Fix Your Small Devices
BRAG to hold its second Restart Party at Cathja's Kitchen Table
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Planned Strike On South Western Railway Suspended
'Adequate progress' made in talks about Driver Only Operation
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Brentford School for Girls Art Exhibition
Celebrate the achievements of students in arts, design and photography
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Fifty Isleworth Residents Evacuated From Their Homes
Pall of smoke in the sky as fire breaks out in garages on Mogden Lane
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Mobike Deny Reducing the Number of Available Bikes
Users report that dockless hire bikes have become much more difficult to find
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Calling All Actors and Stage Crew
St Faith's Players are recruiting for their Christmas pantomime
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Isleworth & Syon Releases School Album, 'Playback'
Featuring 14 original tracks composed and performed by students
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Open Day at Southall Recycling Facility
Come and see for yourself what happens to recycling
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A Brief History of NatWest Bank
And the long-standing importance of Brentford High Street
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Armed Police Officers Deployed in Green Dragon Lane
Responding to report of youth in possession of a firearm
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Weekly Update From Councillor Guy Lambert
Acton Lodge in Brentford and Brentford Festival in Ealing
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Public Inquiry Into The 32-Storey Chiswick Curve Has Begun
32-Storey Chiswick Curve Would 'Harm' Heritage Assets
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'Transitional' Funding For Youth Projects
Hounslow Council offer cash in advance of controversial youth service cuts
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Drugs Arrest in Thornbury Playing Fields
Men arrested after residents reported concerns
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Redlees Studios Summer Open Studio
Local Artists Invite the Public into Their Isleworth Studios
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'Acid Attack' on Brentford High Street
Man arrested after woman has noxious substance thrown at her
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Hounslow Takes Biggest Loss From Carillion of Any Borough
Council's contingency plan shows cost of company's failure was nearly £1.5 Million
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Dismay Over Gunnersbury parkrun Cancellation
Running event not taking place during July due to festivals in the park
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Brentford Chamber Thanks NatWest Before Closure
End of 144 years of banking on same site
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West Area Basic Command Unit Launched
As the Metropolitan police restructure into twelve units
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Brentford Fan Tackles More than Football
Community Sports Trust highlights value of volunteer during Volunteers' Week
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Community Planting on Hamilton Road
Air Quality Brentford and Griffin Park Residents team up
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The British Heart Foundation Asks You To 'Face A Fear'
Scared of heights? Perhaps spiders or rodents give you the heebie-jeebies?
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Morrisons Looks Set For At Least Six More Months
As they apply for Christmas licensing extension
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Riverside Exhibition Shows Wide-ranging Spread of Art
Including Brentford's Sam Dodson and Ealing father and son
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Greggs Pulls Magnificent PR Stunt at Syon Park
Admiring festival goers at Foodies Festival captured on video
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Cost Overrun Hits Relocation of Grasshoppers Rugby Club
Requires an additional injection of £2.5 million after asbestos found
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Hounslow Council Chief Executive Quits
Mary Harpley leaving to take up role with Greater London Assembly
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Timber Wharf Walk is New Footpath
Walkway down the side of Heidelberg building now named
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Major Reorganisation of Local Tube Services Planned
District line to be switched for Piccadilly on Ealing Broadway branch
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Are You Off Your Trolley?
Report abandoned trolleys and mobikes and they will vanish
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Previously on BrentfordTW8.com
Stories that have appeared in this site's newsletter
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SMEs Struggling To Find And Keep Talent
What can they do about it?
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Year Two of The Big Picnic
Bring a picnic and cake to St Paul's Recreation Ground
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Gunnersbury Park Museum To Reopen This Month
A weekend of free activities has been arranged to mark the event
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Taverham Brass Band
Next at The Musical Museum
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Redlees Studios Summer Open Studios
Local Artists Invite the Public into Their Isleworth Studios
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Old Brentford or Isleworth: Pauper to Patient
Take a Hounslow Heritage Sunday Afternoon Guided Walks
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Residents Urged to Take Part in Brentford’s 'Biggest Sporting Event'
The Brentford Challenge in Syon Park aims to raise awareness of mental health
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Cabaret: Shazia Mirza presents With Love from St Tropez
Spring Live Events at Watermans
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Brentford School for Girls Art Exhibition
Student and staff's work on display at Clayton Hotel Chiswick
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Brentford School for Girls Summer Fair
Stalls, Pizza, Pimms, human jukebox, live music and so much more
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Diary of an Event Manager June 2018
“If you want something doing ask a busy person"
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Volunteer at Lovebox and Get to See Headline Acts for Free
Organisers want local people to be part of the welcoming team at Gunnersbury Park
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An Evening of German Masterworks
With Hounslow Symphony Orchestra
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Twenty Percent Off at Syon Park
Local residents' discount continues
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Cinema at Watermans Arts Centre for June
This week's showings include My Friend Dahmer; McQueen; L'Amant Double
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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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Brentford Fan Tackles More than Football
Community Sports Trust highlights value of volunteer during Volunteers' Week
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Events in Brentford
What's on when and where in the local area
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Monthly Drop in at Cathja's Kitchen Table
Offering signposting to mental health support and wellbeing
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Afternoon Sessions of Needle and Natter at Brentford Library
Bring along your knitting needles, crochet hooks, sewing needles and conversation
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Secret Cinema Event Gets the Go Ahead
Organisers assure residents over concerns about disruption and anti-social behaviour
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Latest Weather Information
Rain or sunshine this week?
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Live Travel Updates for Brentford
Incidents on local roads and public transport
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 Leisure
Utility Disappoints
Penny Flood sees Utility at the Orange Tree Theatre, Richmond
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UBC's Brentford Re-Launch Party a Huge Success
Keeping guests on their toes was celebrity lookalike David Brent
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Win Tickets To The World Cycling Revival Festival
3 day festival celebrating 200 years of the bicycle
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Reunión Café and Bar
A bar with a Spanish accent offering a warm welcome
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The Summit Suite At Kew Eye Tower
Newly acquired by Vokins Chartered Surveyors
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West London Kitchens
Real kitchens for real families
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'Indo-Fusion' Restaurant Opening in Brentford
Leda will be on London Road near Northumberland Arms
 Property
Former Sky Offices Are Being Converted into Flats
271 units for New Horizons Court on Great West Road
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Demand Collapse Raises Questions Over Brentford Developments
Schemes dependent on flat sales may face funding concerns
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Local Development Picks Up Prestigious Architecture Award
Brentford Lock West secures RIBA London Award
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Mayor of London Intervenes in Citroen Site Development
Sadiq Khan 'calls in' decision on plan to build over 400 flats
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Brentford Developments in the Pipeline
What is the state of play with major sites this March
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Early Proposals for Mercury House
Add another floor to create six more flats
 Community
Community Allotment Needs Support
Pledge a few pounds for gardening tools for Disability Network Hounslow
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Lionel Road Traffic Camera Issues 10,000 Fines in A Year
Drivers say it is being used for revenue raising rather than increased safety
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Brentford Air Scouts Seek New Leader
Training available to help children explore the world
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Support Funding Available For Local Community Events
The Small Grants Programme Is Open For Applications Now
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Protest Held Over Accessibility At Brentford Station
Campaigners say no guard means no access for those needing ramp
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Peace Brings the Crowds Back to Football
Brentford take on Chelsea despite players dying in battle and from influenza
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Fix My Brentford Street
Report problems such as potholes and uncollected rubbish in your local area
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