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Brentford FC's Indoor Pitch Meets Opposition
Proposed facility on Jersey Road is on Metropolitan Open Land
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Watermans Park Friends Plan Community Garden
Group releases aerial drone footage to showcase the park
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How My Father's Film Career Outdid John Wayne
Brentford West councillor Guy Lambert reports back
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Hounslow FoodBox Extends On-site Allotments
Food grown in donated knee-high planters will be distributed to residents
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Ribbon Cut on Upper Butts Accessible Housing Scheme
Six new units built on former garage site
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Heathrow Airport to Publish Revised Strategy Shortly
Campaigners fear measures will be introduced to increase capacity
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Vehicles Scrapped Due to ULEZ to Be Sent to Ukraine
Consignment includes 50 decommissioned ambulances
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Ruth Cadbury Praises Work of Clayponds Volunteers
MP recently paid a visit to foodbank at local community centre
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Hounslow Council Confirms Rent Rise for Tenants
7.7% increase comes along with increase in fuel and services charges
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Bid To Turn Great West House into Storage Facility
Owner wants flexibility to switch from office space
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Chris Packham Testifies at Isleworth Trial of Activist
Cressida Gethin could be jailed for Just Stop Oil M25 protest
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Hounslow Council Dips into Reserves to Avoid Spending Cuts
Government blamed for tax bills rising by maximum
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Brentford FC Accounts Show Club in Rude Health
New stadium value increased to over £100million as income rises
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Local London Overground Service Now the Mildmay Line
Name chosen is of a hospital in Shoreditch specialising in HIV
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Final Approval Given for West Mid Diagnostic Centre
Work on £80 million facility due to start in coming months
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Grasshoppers' Music Festival Plan Faces Pushback
Licence sought to host events with up to 3,000 attendees at rugby club
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Approval Sought for Gunnersbury Park Humanitarian Aid Memorial
Series of linked figures would be placed near Round Pond
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Great West Road Storage Facility Approved
Councillors give go ahead for eleven storey building by Ealing Road
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More Details Emerge on New Tenant for Old Morrisons
Announcement expected later this month
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Call Out to Help Build West London's LGBTQ+ Archives
With documents, pictures, or anything that could be donated to local collections
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Musical Museum Says it is 'on Brink of Closure'
Venue issues emergency appeal for support to secure its future
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Brentford 'Gangster' Convicted of Murdering Rapper
Courtney Ellis found guilty of involvement in gunning down Craig Small
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Sewage from Mogden to Be Used to Heat Homes
Sludge to be converted into gas at the Isleworth treatment plant
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Would You Be Interested in Becoming a Friend of Carville Hall Park?
Attempt being made to form a group of volunteers
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Fury as Minister Overrules Inspector on Tesco/Homebase
Approval given to scheme against recommendation of public inquiry
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Watermans Scheme 'Still on Track to Happen'
Assurances given that the project is not about to be scrapped
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Everyman Cinema Plans Brentford Opening Says Ballymore
Three screen venue could come to the Brentford Project this autumn
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Northumberland Estates Loses Park Road Allotment Appeal
Refused permission to build housing on Isleworth site
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Girl Hit By Bus Wing Mirror on Brentford High Street
TfL dismisses claims that cycleway works to blame
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Plan Submitted for Massive Sega Redevelopment Scheme
Brentford Works will contain 916 flats and reach 19 storeys high
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Mayor Hopeful of Averting London Overground Strike
RMT members planning walkouts in February and March
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Funding Boost for Brentford Community Boat House Plan
Proposal one of 23 projects being backed by Active Thames
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The Italian Plumber
I’m gonna have the runs
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Cabinet Question Time To Be Held at West Thames College
Your chance to quiz senior Hounslow councillors
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Brentford and Syon Area Forum to Consider Action Plan
Meeting being held at the Brentford Free Church
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St Faith's Players Holding Auditions for Next Production
Staging The Titfield Thunderbolt this May
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Booking Opens for the 43rd West London Local History Conference
By Hand and Eye will explore the work of the Arts and Crafts Movement
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Veterans' Café Events Planned Across the Borough
Initiative aims to connect former members of the armed forces
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Brentford Penguins Shortlisted in London Sport Awards
Founder Allan Cockram nominated as Volunteer of the Year
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New Online Exhibition on the Golden Mile Launched
Gunnersbury Park Museum takes a look at the area's industrial past
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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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Gunnersbury Park Community Choice Returns
Public asked to vote for their preferred projects
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Boston Manor Arts Market Set to Launch
40 local creative businesses will trade at first ever event
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Musical Museum Sets Diamond Jubilee Fund Raising Target
Venue makes challenge of bringing in £60,000
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Sci-Fi Exhibition at Gunnersbury Park 'Set to Stun'
Daleks spotted in front of museum ahead of opening
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Pandemic Spoons to Be Exhibited at Boston Manor House
Created as part of a project to support people during lockdown
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Restored Boston Manor House Reopens to the Public
Venue relaunched with a weekend of free family events
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3rd Brentford Guides to Celebrate 90th Anniversary
Former members and leaders invited to attend afternoon tea
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Neighbours of the More Famous Lord Burlington
The next talk from the Brentford and Chiswick Local History Society
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Will Poulter Attends The Circle's First Birthday
Hollywood star has always supported local mental health safe space
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Forthcoming Disruption on Public Transport in Brentford
Tubes and trains affected by engineering works and strikes
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 Leisure
Discover AOT Sports & Fitness
Your Local Gym in Brentford!
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Makeover and Kitchen Expansion Just the Start for the Weir
Canalside gastropub has plans to open boutique hotel
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Brentford FC Women Boosting Their Performance at The Hogarth
Team given access to gym facilities at top health club
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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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Landlord of the Griffin Says Regulars Feeling the Pinch
Gerhard Peleschka faced with tripling of energy bills with other costs rising
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Pappadums Restaurant Could Be Poised for Surprise Return
Ferry Quays curry house appears to be about to reopen
 Property
Planners Give Green Light To New Firestone House Plan
Deem proposal worthy success to iconic building formerly on the site
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Details of Latest Proposals for Heidelberg Site Revealed
Second stage of consultation over Montgomery Court development
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Minister Gives Green Light for Watermans Relocation
Permission granted for development of riverside flats
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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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'The Problem With Brentford is Nobody Wants To Leave'
Estate agents react to dire figures for property market sales
 Community
New Home Proposed for the Brentford Fountain
Brentford Voice wants to relocate it to the Sega redevelopment
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Film Brings Vanished Brentford Community Back to Life
John Dale says his video shows the longstanding unique spirit of the area
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A Look Inside St. Lawrence's Church At Last
Brentford's oldest building opened to the public for first time in 25 years
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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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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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Over Seven Years to Rebuild Brentford's High Street
Initial demolition to be complete by end of the year
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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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