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Putt in the Park Want Late Licence in Gunnersbury Park
Some fear it could be 'Trojan Horse' for large events
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Drone Stops Game at Brentford Community Stadium
Players taken off pitch after authorised device spotted flying overhead
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Bus Route 235 Boosted After Increase in Demand
Electric vehicles to be introduced on the service later this year
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Greens Say 'Put Pedestrians First' in Cycleway Plans
Call on council to carefully consider impact on people walking
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Mayor Launches New Service Charge Charter
More protection offered to leaseholders against unreasonable increases
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Tube Passenger Numbers Starting To Increase
Londoners returning to workplace as guidance changes
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Local Branch of the Samaritans Celebrates 50 Years
Ealing, Hammersmith and Hounslow Samaritans have handled over a million calls
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Deadline Looms for Business Support Funding in Hounslow
Part of a broader package of measures to help smaller firms
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Weekly Update From Councillor Guy Lambert
Idiocy not Kryptonite proves to be bike thief's undoing
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Two Billion Litres of Sewage Dumped in Thames in Two Days
Report reveals extent of discharge from Mogden Sewage Treatment Works
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Local Police Boss Fired For Bullying and Expenses Irregularities
Paul Martin charged Florida trip to colleague's credit card
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Mayor Wants Road Charging Scheme for London
New plans being considered after Boundary Charge ditched
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Covid-19 Case Rates in TW8 and TW7 Still 'Phenomenally High'
Borough currently tops the table in London for infection rates
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Cheap Entry Offered to Kew Gardens for Those on Universal Credit
Aim is to make the venue more accessible to all
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Watermans Park Re-landscaping Proceeding
Council says the area will reopen to the public at end of March
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Man Fights for Life After Hit and Run on Gunnersbury Lane
Blue Mercedes failed to stop at the scene
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Gunnersbury Park Hosting Exhibition on History of Women's Football
Part of FA project to increase awareness during 2022 Euros
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South Western Announces New Temporary Timetable
Cuts to services to take place beginning on 17 January
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Two Witnesses Sought In Ali Abucar Ali Murder Case
Police want to trace two men who may have significant information
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Plans for Cycleway in Brentford and Isleworth Published
TfL proposing to remove two bus stops and convert 18 into islands
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Brentford Developments in the Pipeline
What is happening with major schemes in the area as of January
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Osterley Park Hotel Has Licensing Hours Reduced
Venue must use metal detector and not hold externally promoted events
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Over ÂŁ400,000 Spent on Ferry That Never Ran
Uber Boat service on Hammersmith Bridge was paid for but not used
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Covid-19 Reaches Record Levels in Brentford and Isleworth
Over 1,000 people catch the virus in the week before Christmas
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Over 30 London Schools Targeted By Anti-vaxxers
Police called to intervene on 19 occasions
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New Management Structure Proposed for Gunnersbury Park
Control to be passed to charitable trust
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Almost a Third of London's Fire Engines Out of Action
Staff shortages due to Omicron hitting service hard
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Kew Bridge Station Quarter Scheme Revived
New attempt to build nine storey tower behind Express Tavern
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Homeless Man Jailed for Stealing from Cars in Isleworth
Stephen Keane took items from vehicles parked on driveway
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Mixed Reaction To 24 Hour Bus Lane Decision
TfL accused of failing to justify making change permanent
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Another Attempt Being Made To Demolish O'Riordans
Historic pub would be replaced by three storey building
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Hounslow Council To Buy Back Former Council Housing
More than 500 homes to be acquired under new scheme
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New Rainbow Design for Crossing By Six Bells
Hounslow Council aiming to show solidarity with the LGBT community
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Brentford FC Reveals Plans for New Training Facilities
Upgrade need to allow them to compete in European competitions
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Council Report Highlights Risk To Homes in Brentford
Over a 1,000 properties could flood in 'once in a century' weather event
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Huge Development on B&Q Site Set for Approval
Planners' report concludes benefits of Fourth Mile scheme outweigh harms
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Brentford Police Team Holding Online Survey
Want to hear your views on what its priorities should be
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Previously on BrentfordTW8.com
Stories that have appeared in this site's newsletter
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We kept telling him we didn’t do fridges….
The Italian Plumber dealing with a stubborn client…
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What's On At Watermans Cinema This Week
Films include Licorice Pizza, Boiling Point and Les Quatre Cents Coups
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Roadworks Ahead in Brentford
Traffic delays likely in the local area due to lane and road closures
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Welcome To Promised Care Ltd
Careworkers to provide live-in and live-out care to private clients
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Forthcoming Disruption on Public Transport
Tubes and trains affected by engineering works and revised timetables
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Dinosaurs Set To Roam in Gunnersbury Park
Licensing application submitted for immersive display
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Old Actonians Set To Celebrate Centenary
Club started in 1922 by group of Acton County Grammar old boys
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Six Months of Strike Action Planned on the Tube
RMT drivers threatening longest ever industrial action
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Mayor Launches Discounted Theatre Ticket Offer
Sale of seats for West End Shows in the New Year starting at ÂŁ10
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New Round of Strikes Planned on the Tube
RMT to ballot members over reduction in station staff numbers
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Volunteers Wanted for Women's EURO 2022 Tournament
Brentford Community Stadium to host four of the games
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Local Young Women Writers Launch Monuments
A publication by Hounslow Acton for Youth's group
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Ribbon To Be Cut on Brentford Drinking Fountain
Official opening taking place in St. Paul's Recreation Ground
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EcoWorld London Congratulates Brentford RC On Reaching The Premier League
After their dominant Wembley performance
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Hear About The Future Of Griffin Park
EcoWorld London have launched their public consultation
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Special Event Held To Launch Cricket Pitch at Blondin Park
New facility and sports pavilion opened by the Mayor of Ealing
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Riverside Artists Group Launches River Theme Projects
Events include clay workshops in Brentford and a Whistler Walk along the Thames
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Watermans Hosting Free Online Family Show
Live theatre meets animation in work based on best-selling book by Michael Forman
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This Year's Brentford Canal Festival Postponed
Event has been deferred following update advice concerning Indian variant
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Creative Mile Showcases Local Artists
Over 50 featured mile long art trail in Brentford this September
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Grand Reopening for Refurbished Brentford Library
Building donated by Andrew Carnegie has been modernised
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New Petition Started for Return of Lucozade Sign
Hounslow Council being asked to place it on the Ballymore car park
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New Curry House and Fish Bar for Ferry Quays
'Brentford Restaurant' to replace Pappadums
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Lifelong Love of Brentford Inspired by Game in Nazi Germany
Escape by kindertransport led to the stands at Griffin Park
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JOHNS&CO Celebrates Opening Of Brentford Office With Local Street Party
London estate agents celebrate launch of eighth branch in the capital with weekend of festivities
 Property
Public Inquiry To Be Held into Tesco/Homebase Plan
Michael Gove 'calls in' both planning applications for further scrutiny
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Verdo Kew Bridge 'All That Matters' for Brentford Property
Agents watching closely how huge development around stadium sells
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Can Brentford Digest the Huge Looming Supply of Flats?
Local agents offer differing assessments of the market so far this year
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Minister Gives Green Light for Watermans Relocation
Permission granted for development of riverside flats
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Stamp Duty Holiday Fails To Boost Brentford Property Market
Cladding issues seen as factor as only 15 sales reported in three months
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Minister Gives Green Light to Citroen Site Development
Admits plan will cause 'moderate harm' to Kew Gardens and Strand on the Green
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Reports Suggest Berkeley Has Acquired Skoda Dealership Site
Plot adjacent to Homebase could enable an even larger scheme
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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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Roman Hearths and 17th Century Cellars Found at Construction Site
Artefacts recovered during dig near Brentford High Street
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TW8's Population Set To Increase By 40% in a Decade
Call to action from Brentford Voice to help shape area in time of rapid change
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Update from the Friends of Watermans Park
Landscaping and improvement works to require closure of park until next March
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New Brentford & Chiswick Local History Journal Published
Issue may be the most varied ever in range of subjects
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New Homes Found for Griffin Park Seats
EcoWorld London donates them to lower league clubs and local groups
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Does The Quest for the Holy Grail End in Isleworth?
Claim made that sacred relic is buried in secret crypt under local river
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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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