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20Oct
Most of Greenford’s houses were built in the 1930s and range from maisonettes to semi-detached. However, fewer than a hundred years...

20Oct
There may seem to be no connection with Ealing and the sinking of the RMS Titanic 100 years ago in...

20Oct
With the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee approaching, we look at what happened the only other time such a celebration took place...

20Oct
November marks the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who. Production of the original television programmes was closely linked to west London,...

20Oct
Until the 20th Century, farming was one of the biggest employers in Greenford and Northolt. Frederick Crees was one of...

19Oct
Because general and local elections will be held this year, it seems particularly apt to look back at a notable...

17Oct
We have all seen blue plaques on walls all over London. They commemorate and record where a well-known or historically significant...

16Oct
Dwellings for the ‘elderly’, called almshouses, existed in most English villages and towns from the Middle Ages to the 20th...

12Oct
John Christie had been killing for years when women’s corpses were finally found at his house in Notting Hill in...

12Oct
Most people have heard of Ealing Studios, even if they know nothing else about Ealing. Not so well-known is its equivalent...

05Oct
When Hanwell Carnival takes place on Saturday, 19 June, it will be the 50th consecutive year it has been held....

04Oct
With the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton drawing close, it seems timely to take a look at the...
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