28 October, 2019
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What's happened in Shepherd's Bush W12
Video Shows Shepherd's Bush Locals Taking on Ramraiders
Gang tackled by bystanders as they attempt to flee on Uxbridge Road
Unseen Lucian Freud Sketch to Be Auctioned for Wormwood Scrubs Pony Centre
Gifted by founder Sister Mary Joy Langdon who was a close friend of celebrated artist
Hammersmith Hospital Urgent Treatment Centre Shut Overnight from Friday
Money saving measure means no service in Du Cane Road from midnight till 8am
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The Upper Room Moves Back Home to St Saviour's
Wendell Park homeless charity now has offices and kitchen on new floor built into church
Shepherd's Bush Armed Robber Jailed for 16 Years
Ronald Alexander of Netherwood Road targeted gambling shops
Top Architects Launch Campaign to Save Hammersmith College
Along with petition aiming to stop demolition of iconic Gliddon Road building
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H&F Archivist Kath Shawcross Honoured
Her outstanding work supporting family research recognised by Society of Genealogists
Seven H&F Areas Lifted out of 'Serious Deprivation'
But areas in north of W12 remain in top 20% of poorest in country
Prepare to Be Seduced by Solaris
Liz Vercoe loves the Lyric's new play and its mind-bending planet
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PM's Adviser Accused of Conflict of Interest
Dominic Cummings was consultant to company behind GP At Hand app based in H&F
H&F Among Councils Back in Court over Heathrow
Challenging airport expansion by outlining vital flaws in the Government’s decision
Help for Heroes Are Hunting for Volunteers in Shepherd's Bush
To assist with TfL Christmas Collections on International Volunteer Day
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Forthcoming Roadworks in Shepherd's Bush
Traffic controls on South Africa Road set to cause delays
Transport Disruption in Shepherd's Bush This Weekend
Overground, Circle, District line services hit by engineering works
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Successful men's football team looking for new members
Looking for a good sized double room in local area
Found - Gold Pendant
Old Oak Common Overground Station
Does anyone want to play singles badminton?
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What's happening in Shepherd's Bush W12
Askew Business Network Host Lunch on Tuesday
All welcome at The Duchess pub in Goldhawk Road
The Thatched House Hosts Charity Quiz Night on 6 November
With proceeds going to Hammersmith Community Gardens Association
Head to Ravenscourt Park for This Year's Fireworks
Big event on Saturday offers two displays, fun fair and food stall
Kensington Olympia Festival of Music and Arts is Back
Concert in November celebrates the music of Henry Purcell
'Unmissable' Baby Reindeer Opens at the Bush Theatre
Richard Gadd's debut play comes fresh from success at the Edinburgh Fringe
Could You Volunteer with Hammersmith Community Gardens Association?
Find out at an introductory session at Phoenix School Farm
Play Tennis for Free in Hammersmith Park
Coach led sessions for all ages on offer every Saturday lunchtime
International Food Market Now Open Daily on Wood Lane
Local entrepreneurs behind roadside stalls offering dishes from around the world
Adding Focus and Interest to Your West London Ramble
Lucinda MacPherson offers a guide to the free trails available across our green spaces
Could You Foster a Child?
Find out at information sessions this autumn
What's On for Adults at H&F Libraries in 2019
Meet others who enjoy poetry, reading, chess or crochet
Libraries Also Hold Regular Events for Children
Subjects include reading, arts and crafts, languages and Lego
What's on in Shepherd's Bush
Fuller listing of events in the W12 area
News From Nearby
Fulham: Castle Club to Be Converted into Care Home
33 rooms planned in dementia friendly facility
Fulham: New Science and Technology School to Open in 2020
Girls and boys aged 11 to 19 can apply now to join Fulham Cross Academy
Acton: Three Witnesses Sought in Acton Rape Investigation
Walked past suspect on Gunnersbury Lane on night of the attack
Acton: Group Sought After Acton Town Tube Worker Assaulted
Had challenged one of them for urinating in station
Ealing: Ealing Restaurant Owner Jailed For Fraud
Giovanni Balboni used secret card reader and evaded paying more than £300,000
Acton: South Acton Ranked as Area of High Deprivation
Locals differ on figures which show ward in bottom 10% nationally
Acton: eFit Issued of Acton Sexual Assault Suspect
Investigation into attack on Avenue Gardens continues
Brentford: The Brentford 'Beer-tectives' Are Back
Local author D S Floyd publishes second murder mystery
Acton: South Acton Working Men's Club Set To Close
Acton Gardens developers taking over building next year
Wandsworth: Mayor Gives Green Light To 14-Storey High Development
Controversial Osiers Road scheme now to be 100% 'affordable'
Ealing: Virtual Reality Experience For Ealing Patients
New technology to help manage pain and anxiety is trialled at Meadow House
Wimbledon: Hotel Plan For Wimbledon's Town Centre Bank Buildings
Controversial scheme is approved by just one vote at council planning committee
Putney: Nelson Remembered in the Borough
Putney resident Hugh Thompson leads Battle Of Trafalgar Breakfast
Wandsworth: Over Fifty People Banned From Wandsworth's Libraries
Main reasons are aggressive and inappropriate behaviour
Wandsworth: Angry Clash at Council Meeting Over Child Homelessness
Wandsworth has 2,800 children in temporary accommodation
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