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Virginia Fassnidge - A Great Loss To Our Community
Tributes paid to tireless worker who help people and charities in Brentford
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Weekly Update From Councillor Guy Lambert
The elephant on an Elephant becomes a giant on a Giant
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Gunnersbury Park CIC Seeking New Director
Candidate would ideally be from London Borough of Hounslow
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Emissions Targets 'Sound Death Knell' for Third Runway
Prime Minister fails to deny climate change targets make it unfeasible
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Brentford Sees No Reports of Covid Infections in Latest Week
Virus still present in parts of Isleworth and Osterley
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Fifty Parking Spaces Set To Be Lost on Windmill Road
Double yellow lines planned for section north of the A4
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Brentford Scout Hut Threatened with Closure
Crowdfunding appeal launched to get hall back to usable condition
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Four More Days of Strikes on Buses Planned
Industrial action by London United drivers set to continue into May
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West Mid Trust Denies Plan To Make Vaccine Compulsory
Says doctors and nurses have not been told Covid jab to be mandatory
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Local Libraries Reopen as Lockdown Eases
Users will be asked not to touch books unless they intend to borrow them
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Vintage Buses Run on the 65 Route for a Day
London Bus Museum offers chance to experience historic route as it used to be
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Gunnersbury Park Sports Hub Finally Opens
Centre provides large gym, sports hall, tennis courts as well as ten outdoor pitches
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Big Increase in Number of Bus and Tube Passenger This Week
Overall usage still remains well below pre-pandemic levels
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Anger as Tesco/Homebase Developments Approved
Council planning committee gives green light to two huge housing schemes
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Councils in Stand Off Over Swyncombe Avenue
Hounslow asking Ealing for collaborative approach to traffic restrictions
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Bees United About To Celebrate Its 20th Birthday
Local football fans' group is unique in the English game
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Brentford Developments in the Pipeline
What is happening with major schemes in the area as of April
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Future of Boston Manor Park Remains Unclear
Community run pavilion cafe closes but is it goodbye or au revoir?
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Minister Gives Green Light for Watermans Relocation
Permission granted for development of riverside flats
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Gunnersbury Park Regeneration Moves To Next Stage
Work starts on repair work to Small Mansion and East Stables
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Part of Kew Retail Park Sold for Redevelopment
Berkeley Group reported considering building housing on the site
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Teen Arrested for GBH After Incident Near Nishkam School
Principal sends letter to parents warning of series of attacks
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New Owner of Sega Building Considering Redevelopment
Future of games firm in the area appears to be uncertain
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Watermans Gets Further Support from Culture Recovery Fund
Local arts centre and cinema receives grant of £67,000
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Man Charged in Connection with Guns Found in Isleworth
Carlos Cyrus was stopped by armed police on Twickenham Road
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Brentford Voice Plans Local Conversations on Area Master Plan
Says studies being done by the council will have significant impact
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Brentford Man Charged With Spray Painting Tube Train
George Dimech allegedly caused £17,000 worth of damage
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Vaccination Hub Set Up in Brentford Fountain Leisure Centre
Large scale facility to offer thousands of jabs each week
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Mixed Reaction To New Griffin Park Proposals
Some residents disappointed about abandonment of original townhouses plan
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Petition Launched To Restore Lucozade Sign to Brentford
Idea is to place it on the new nine storey car park building
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Teen Wins BBC Award for Park Road Allotments Report
13-year-old Neha makes plea against redevelopment plan
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Churchill House Development Plan Submitted
74 flats in buildings up to seven storeys high proposed on Windmill Road
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Cricket Club in Osterley Hit By Major Theft
Thousands of pounds worth of machinery taken from Wycombe House
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Angry Reaction to Barclays Bank Closure Plan
Last bank on the High Street set to shut in June
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Previously on BrentfordTW8.com
Stories that have appeared in this site's newsletter
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Why I Became A Plumber And How I Ended Up With A Business In The UK Part 2
Read the final part of the Italian Plumber's story
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Are You An Overweight Male, Non-Smoker Aged 18-65?
Imperial College Seeks Subjects For Study
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Hear About The Future Of Griffin Park
EcoWorld London have launched their public consultation
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West London Kitchens And Bedrooms
Looking for a lockdown project?
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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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Ealing Independent College - Online Resource Hub
Find out more about what makes Ealing Independent College such a great place to learn
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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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Air Quality Brentford Launches Tour de Plants
Suggesting walking or cycling route to view spring flowering
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Dancing With H By C. S. Fiore
Be ready for Christmas presents. Keep safe. Give a book
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Plant Exchange and Sale Planned for Market Place
Brentford Voice invite you to bring along your surplus plants
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Forthcoming Disruption on Public Transport
Tubes and trains affected by engineering works and revised timetables
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Free Activities Offered To Families Over the Easter Holidays
Range includes sports, dancing, cooking, theatre, yoga, gardening and much more
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Secret Cinema Plans Return to Gunnersbury Park
Three options proposed for immersive event to allow flexibility
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Watermans Closes Until Further Notice
Arts centre unable to operate under Tier 3 restrictions
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Watermans 'Saved' By Public Generosity
Response to its appeal sufficient to keep it operating through next year
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West Middlesex Hospital Marks Its Centenary
Staff putting celebrations on hold until next year as they deal with Covid-19
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Greek Myths To Be Staged Online for Children
Watermans presenting a series of four shows with puppetry
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Osterley Park 10K Raises Over £5,000 For Ealing Foodbank
Join challenge that can be done anywhere to get total to £10,000
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Linda Massey's Diary of a Virtual Event Manager
Running the Brentford Festival not in Boston Manor Park
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Hillier to Open New Garden Centre at Syon Park Estate
Opening in spring 2021
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Live Travel Updates for Brentford
Incidents on local roads and public transport
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 Leisure
The Upper Scale Home Delivery Service
Finest quality of fish delivered to your door.
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Syon House Gardens Open From Wednesday To Sunday From March 17th
Book your tickets now
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Morrisons To Open Store in Ballymore Development
Supermarket could be in addition to one promised on existing site
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Lifelong Love of Brentford Inspired by Game in Nazi Germany
Escape by kindertransport led to the stands at Griffin Park
 Property
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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Ben Madden of Thorgills on the Future for Brentford Property
Top local agent says TW8 isn't up and coming - it's already arrived
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Brentford Property Market Suffers 'Worst Ever' Few Months
But buyer pays over a million for house in TW8 during pandemic
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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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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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'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
 Community
Brentford Car Park Mural Design Unveiled
Artwork by Hixxy centres on the area's waterway connections
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Survey Says You Are A Brentfordian
Brentford Voice publishes responses given to their recent community survey
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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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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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