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Leah Grey from Greenford
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The way rubbish and recycling is collected in the borough will change in the spring. Most households will receive two...
The Duffy family
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When asked who makes recycling happen in their house, Hannah (eight) and Luke (nine) shout: “Mummy! Mummy is the best...
Food preparation in a kitchen
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With more than 3,000 food premises located in the borough, one of the highest numbers in London, Ealing Council’s food...
Hilmy Shawwal as been chosen to represent his country at the IWAS
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A Hanwell wheelchair athlete who achieved his dream by being called up to race for Great Britain for the first...
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The way rubbish and recycling is collected in the borough will change in spring. Most households will receive two wheelie...
Red-crowned-crane
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Curlews and puffins have joined other species like cuckoos, house sparrows and turtle doves on the list of birds whose...
Celtic roundhouse at Litten Reserve
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A piece of living history has appeared under the trees in the beautiful, secluded Litten Nature Reserve in Greenford. A...
Project group
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An enthusiastic group of Old Hanwell residents have been awarded £46,300 by the council to help them transform a small...
Burglary: The safer communities team provide you with home security tips
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This video takes you on a walkthrough around a local home, giving you tips on how to secure your home...
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The snipe, barn owl and great bustard have appeared as larger than life art on walls around the capital, including...
Holocaust Memorial Day 2016 programme
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“On 11 January 1939, my parents did an amazingly brave thing. When I was just eight years old, they put...
Hanwell Flight of Locks 93 by Leigh Cousins was a runner-up in Living Waterways of North and West London Photo Competition
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A group of volunteers slipped on their wellies and got their hands dirty to help clean up an area of...
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