Work from home.
Basic Excel, computing and telephone skills required.
3-4 hours / week but needs to be a little flexible.
Contact David for more information with covering letter.
David Powers ● 178d1 Comments ● 51d
If anyone is working from home but would like to share a local desk space we have some spare desks currently in our office near Wendell Park. Postcode W12 9EE.
It’s not for profit and just a share of the costs so it’s very flexible, fast BB but cheap and cheerful 😀
If you would like any more details please DM me.
Cyrus Maneksha ● 532d1 Comments ● 121d
The Acton Market Reduce and Recycle
hub monthly returns on Saturday 3rd June. Once again bringing the Mount alive in Acton
with lots of great organisations and businesses coming along on to help people
in Acton to #reduce, #reuse and #recycle.
At our monthly hub at MarketW3 we
want you to:
Bring along your old and unloved:
Clothing, Shoes, Small electrical appliances for donation to TRAID www.traid.org.uk
Laptops for donation to the Fixing Factory www.fixingfactory.org
Pens and writing instruments
Toothbrushes and other dental items
Learning to fix your Clothes with Ealing Repair Café
Get your Bikes checked with Dr Bike (2 pm-5 pm)
Drop of your tools for sharpening (paid) with Renew Sharpening Service
or speak to them about their services
Shop at our pre-loved traders or with our stall holders many who sell
returns and seconds from the high street at a reduced price choose from
sportswear, womenswear and menswear.
Book Swap – Bring a book and take a book, with Churchfield Community
AND there’s more: Our tasty local
foodie stalls will be onsite so you can sample the flavours of Ghana, India and
So, come along and grab a bargain,
knowing you will be helping reducing waste as well as saving money.
For more information and links to our
hub stall holders visit:
The next date for the Reduce and
Saturday 8th July
Reduce and Recycle Hub successes
At the Reduce and Recycle hub we have
284 kg of unwanted clothes and shoes saved from landfill by
Traid, which reduced carbon emissions (CO2) by 2.83 tonnes and water
savings of 450.7m3.
96.2 kgs of small electrical items collected which will
If your organisation, community group
or as a trader are interested in getting a stall or can volunteer to help run
some of the activities, please email email@example.com.
Action West London ● 193d0 Comments ● 193d
Are you passionate about making a difference in
your community? Do you believe in empowering people to improve their lives? If
so, we have an exciting opportunity that might just be perfect for you! Action
West London, a dynamic charity committed to addressing social exclusion, is
seeking a Community Representative to join our dedicated Board of Trustees.
About Action West London
Action West London (AWL) is a
respected charity that has been serving the local community for over 20 years.
Our mission is to help disadvantaged individuals, particularly those facing
social and economic exclusion, to change their lives through employment,
education, and enterprise. Our work spans several key areas including
supporting young people at risk, assisting job seekers, aiding refugees, and
providing educational and training opportunities.
As a Community Representative on
our Board of Trustees, you will play a crucial role in guiding the strategic
direction of AWL. You will bring your local knowledge, insights, and passion to
the table, helping us to make decisions that best serve our community.
Your primary responsibilities will include:
a voice for the local community in board meetings
to shape the strategic direction of the charity
with other trustees to oversee the charity's governance
in the development and implementation of AWL's policies and goals
for AWL within your networks
What We're Looking For
We welcome applications from
individuals who are committed to our mission and have a deep understanding of
the community we serve. You should have:
strong connection to and understanding of the West London community
passion for social change and a belief in the power of employment,
education, and enterprise to transform lives
communication skills and a collaborative approach
independence, and good judgement
Previous experience in a similar role would be
beneficial but is not essential. We are particularly interested in hearing from
candidates who can bring diverse perspectives to our board.
Why Join Us
Serving as a trustee for AWL
offers the unique opportunity to make a significant impact in your community.
valuable experience in leadership, strategic planning, and charity
the opportunity to influence the direction of a respected local charity
alongside a dedicated team of trustees and staff members
the forefront of effecting social change in West London
Join us in making a difference.
If you believe in the power of community action and want to be a part of a team
that's transforming lives in West London, we want to hear from you!
For more information on how to apply, please visit
our website at www.actionwestlondon.org.uk or email us at
Please note, this is a voluntary role. However, reasonable
expenses will be covered. The closing date for applications is [Date].
Action West London is committed to diversity and
inclusion. We welcome applications from all sections of the community.
Together, we can create positive
change in West London. Apply today to become a Community Representative on our
Board of Trustees. We look forward to welcoming you to our team!
Action West London ● 200d0 Comments ● 200d
He went missing near Davisville Road three weeks ago.
Full report on PetsReunited
Alison Howard ● 201d0 Comments ● 201d
We are looking for a PA for an elderly lady with dementia and depression. We would like someone (DBA checked) building up a trustful relationship, having experience with dementia, carrying with empathy, patience, affections, assertiveness and being able to stand up to sometimes challenging behavior. Among the tasks would be support for basic needs as well as companionship (personal conversation, walks, social activities). One longer visit per day on up to 5 days per week, 15 pounds per hour, job might be shared by more than one PA. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if interested or recommending somebody.
Barbara Huber ● 361d2 Comments ● 303d
For a busy house in Shepherd's Bush.6 hours per week. Some washing,cleaning and ironing
Contact R Primavesi via the com forum.
Richard Primavesi ● 330d0 Comments ● 330d
FREE FOODChristian Charity(No questions asked - Just Show Up)
EVERY SATURDAY From 1PM - 5.30PM
LOCATIONChurch of St Micheal & St George1 Commonwealth AvenueWhite City EstateShepherds BushW12 7QR
Ronald Lake ● 336d0 Comments ● 336d
My wife bought goat yesteray from a stall in Shepherds Bush Market and upon soaking it in a saucepan a cockroach floated to the top. LBHF's relevant department is not open today but I ahve sent an e-mail to the market's admin office. Any suggestions as to what to do next?
Peter Hogan ● 351d1 Comments ● 351d
If your cat has gone missing see this report from Pets Reunited as she has adopted a new owner!
Alison Howard ● 363d0 Comments ● 363d
Are all the links between Abertillery double child killer Harold Jones and other unsolved murders just coincidences?
Here are the facts.
(1) Just before Jones was released from prison he repeatedly informed the prison authorities that he did not want to lose the desire to kill. That was the same desire that he admitted that he had in 1921 as a 15 year-old boy.
(2) The governor of Maidstone prison from where Jones was eventually released stated in a report: "He is callous but would be the last to admit it. Sad as it may seem I can see no hopeful prospect for Jones in the future." The prison chaplain also reported that he felt Jones was a "no-hoper."
Professor Mike Berry, (Consultant Clinical Forensic Psychologist.) visited Abertillery and a number of London locations during the filming of Dark Son - The Hunt for a Serial Killer over a 12 month period. His conclusion was that Harold Jones was the Hammersmith killer. (8 unsolved London murders that were the largest unsolved murders in British criminal history.) He stated that he believed after reviewing all the evidence that Jones after leaving prison had killed again and again,
(3) Jones had lived 2 streets away from 3 of the 8 women murder victims in Fulham and Hammersmith as well as 50-100 yards away from murder victim Ignac Ulycz in Putney. The police in the 1960's were not aware of Jones' past and he was never a suspect in any of the murders until after 2008.
(4) Jones' own daughter has stated that her father would leave her and her mother at home at the times of the killings and book into Rowton House, a doss-house in Hammersmith whenever her parents would have a row. The daughter stated that she now believes her father would do this in fear that he may kill his wife in temper. Jones' own son-in-law stated that "There's no smoke without fire is there?"
(5) One woman prostitute told the police that she had got into a punter's car with a man who showed her a London Metropolitan Police warrant card. She panicked and quickly exited the car. The man offered her some cash. Was the man Harold Jones using his father-in-laws police warrant card. (His father-in-law John Widdows was a retired London Metropolitan police officer.) The woman some time later became the 7th of the 8 murdered women.
(6) Harold Jones stored the bodies of Abertillery murder victims Freda Burnell and Florence Little in Abertillery until it was convenient to dispose of their bodies. At least 4 of the Hammersmith victims were stored before being dumped at various London locations.
(7) All Hammersmith victims were demure and childlike in stature.
(8) Harold Jones had an oral fixation at the time of the Abertillery child murders. It is recorded by his then 13 year-old girlfriend Selina Mortimer that Jones had asked her to spit in his mouth. The Hammersmith killer also had an oral fixation by removing the teeth or dentures of his victims.
(9) At least 4 of the Hammersmith victims had been stored (in an electricity sub-station on the Heron Trading Estate Acton) before being dumped at various London locations. Jones' daughter has stated that her father had worked as a sheet metal worker in Acton but wasn't aware of where in Acton. This is something only the police would be able to ascertain.
(10) After Harold Jones was jailed for the murder of Florence Little he bragged about his ability to outfox the police during the earlier inquiry into the murder of Freda Burnell. He said: "The arrival of the men from Scotland Yard fascinated me. I had only read of Scotland Yard men before. Now I saw them in the flesh - and I beat them." I am convinced that Harold Jones went to his grave in 1971 knowing that he had beaten them again.
I am in contact with adult children of 5 of the 8 Hammersmith murder victims. Learning of the deaths of their mother's has had an incredibly negative impact on them. They all feel cheated that it seems as though the police have no appetite for reviewing the case.
I am also in contact with the families of 2 men that have been wrongly named as the killer. (Mungo Ireland and former world light-heavyweight boxer Freddie Mills.) They are also distraught that their fathers' good reputation has not been restored. Freddie Mills' daughter Amanda told me that owing to the stigma regarding her father that she hasn't told her teenage son that his father was a famous world champion boxer.
THE SHOW MUST GO ON.
Neil Milkins ● 523d0 Comments ● 523d
HelloI lost my work scarf :( a big bright red warm scarf with Maple Leaf at the end.
In or behind the W12 Shopping Centre a couple of weeks ago. I have just thought about this site, a bit late but I thought I would ask.
If anyone can help I would be so pleased and grateful. Many thanks
Susan Lee ● 658d0 Comments ● 658d
Lost phone in pink case found at around 8.45 this morning (25/01/2022) on Gayford Road near junction with Cobbold Road. Handed into Hammersmith Police Station at about 1.30 pm.
Candida Vaide ● 677d0 Comments ● 677d
I was in the car for the first time in a long time around lunch time and was driving across Shepherd's Bush Green. Traffic was quite light overall but I hit a tailback going east which seemed to be caused by the removal of one lane for the cycle lane. It wasn't particularly bad and it took about five minutes to get to the roundabout. However during that time one cyclist went passed me.
I get that we need to be promoting active travel and all but stuck in the jam with me were three buses. When traffic starts to build up more there are likely to be longer traffic queues and more stuck buses which will reduce the capacity of an already at the limit public transport system.
Coming back the other way there were no queues any longer than you would normally expect but I didn't see one cyclist in the lane going west bound. Picture below is taken from Twitter.
Andy Jones ● 1259d1 Comments ● 839d
Since brexit the number of reliable cleaning staff seem to have plummeted...
I own a 2 bedroom/2 bathroom terrace house in Shepherds Bush and I am looking for a reliable cleaner to come in one a week for 2-3hrs.
I am looking forward to hear from you.
Stefan Gehren ● 853d0 Comments ● 853d
LBH&F Council 'temporarily' closed Bishop's Park & Ravenscourt Park Farmers Markets on 11th January. They then notified the organisers on 17th March that both markets could reopen on 17th April. On 10th April they sent an email saying that the markets could no longer open on 17th April ......
As infection rates continue to fall and restrictions are gradually relaxed with non-essential shops now open, pubs and restaurants able to serve outside, hairdressers open, gyms open etc why are 2 outdoor food markets closed? Please sign this petition to help get these lovely markets reopened:
Fiona Campbell ● 957d0 Comments ● 957d
Back to square one and up against another brick wall. The 2019 B.B.C. documentary, Dark Son - The Hunt For a Serial Killer was viewed by the London Metropolitan Police 13 months ago. After 13 months the Met. have now contacted me to say that the content of the documentary was "purely speculative and without any evidential basis." In 1921 Harold Jones bragged how he had beaten Scotland Yard after he was acquitted of the murder of 8 year-old Freda Burnell in Abertillery. I am convinced he beat them again after murdering 8 women in the Hammersmith district of London between 1959 and 1965. Jones had lived incognito in Fulham, Putney and Hammersmith using a variety of aliases.
Neil Milkins ● 1377d1 Comments ● 970d
This is from Pets Reunited — At the time he went missing on 4 March, Alfred was a rather portly cat with a belly. His markings are more stripe like, a mixture of reddish tan and black with a little bit of white on his face. His eyes are yellowish.
Alison Howard ● 979d0 Comments ● 979d