Get West London is a Trinity Mirror website that launched in 2013 to bring you bespoke, local West London content as well as articles from the printed editions the Fulham and Hammersmith Chronicle series, the Uxbridge Gazette, the Hounslow Chronicle, the Harrow Observer and the Ealing Gazette.
The Fulham and Hammersmith Chronicle Series is a part-paid free tabloid newspaper and is published every Friday with 84,500 copies across Fulham and Hammersmith, Kensington and Chelsea and Westminster. The Chronicle started life in1888, from an office in Walham Green, Fulham. The first edition stated that the newspaper was set up "to supply the need which is felt in this district for a genuinely local journal." That philosophy has been maintained throughout the 122 years of publication. It has editions covering Fulham and Hammersmith, Kensington and Chelsea and Westminster and is based in Hammersmith.
The Uxbridge Gazette is published every Wednesday and covers the borough of Hillingdon with separate editions for Uxbridge and West Drayton, Hayes and Harlington, Ruislip and Northwood, and Harefield. It dates back in various guises to 1840 and has operated from Uxbridge since 1860. It is a part-paid free newspaper with 55,000 copies distributed across the borough.
The Hounslow Chronicle is published every Friday and started life as the County of Middlesex Chronicle in 1859. It is a part-paid free newspaper with editions for Hounslow, Heston and Whitton, Feltham, Bedfont and Hanworth and Brentford, Isleworth and Chiswick. It has strong roots in the community and for many years was known as the Middlesex Chronicle, before becoming the Hounslow Chronicle with around 40,000 copies across the three editions.
The Harrow Observer is a part-paid free tabloid newspaper and is published every Thursday with 49,000 copies covering editions for Harrow, Pinner and Wembley. It started life in 1855 as The Harrow Monthly Gazette and General Advertiser from a small shop in Harrow High Street and in 1921 Sir Oswald Mosley, then MP for Harrow took over as editor of the Harrow Observer when the Gazette merged with the Wealdstone, Harrow and Wembley Observer.
The Ealing Gazette has strong local community roots and has been serving the borough since 1866 when the Middlesex County Times was the local newspaper for the area. In 1871 the Acton Gazette was launched and the first edition of the Ealing Gazette was produced in 1871. Today the Gazette is a part-paid free newspaper published every Friday, with 50,000 copies covering three editions – Ealing and Acton, Greenford and Northolt and Southall.
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