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Barra Hall Park
10:58, 22 JUL 2017
Why we love Hillingdon's parks - more top quality green spaces than anywhere else in the country
Hillingdon not only retained all its Green Flags but won five more
Carnival parade and festivities come to Hayes
The annual carnival celebrates the history of Hayes and its diverse community
Hayes will come to life with carnival parade
Join in the fun at Hayes Carnival, which will see a colourful parade and free events
Where to go for Remembrance Sunday services in West London
This year Remembrance Sunday falls on November 9, and across west London there will be parades and ceremonies to remember those lost.
In pictures: Fun in the sun at the 2014 Hayes Carnival
The sun shone on floats as they travelled through town in the annual Hayes Carnival.
Barra Hall Park knife attack: police reveal details and make appeal
The two attackers are believed to be in their 20s and both are described as white and approximately 5ft 8ins tall.
Hayes park attack brings storm of criticism on Facebook
Readers see latest incident as symptomatic of the decline of the area and rising crime
Man attacked and robbed in Hayes park in broad daylight
Barra Hall Park in Hayes has been cordoned off after a man was robbed and assaulted close to a children's play area.
In pictures: Halo charity helps youngsters send messages to lost loved ones on sponsored walk
The children's charity was set up last year to support families dealing with bereavement
5k walk will allow Halo charity to grow
Sponsored walk will raise awareness and funds for bereavement charity set up to support Hillingdon children
Remembrance services in Hillingdon borough
There are lots of opportunities to mark Remembrance Sunday in Hillingdon
Sizzling Hayes Carnival for festival lovers
Families lined the parade route on Saturday afternoon, from Pump Lane, along Botwell Lane and ending at Barra Hall Circus, to catch a glimpse of the dazzling carnival costumes, drummers, and walking floats blaring upbeat sounds.
Council promises Hayes Festival to be 'best ever'
Hayes Carnival takes place on Saturday 13 July with the theme 'I heart Hayes' - celebrating the past, present and future of the area.
Unlocking the hidden gems of Hayes
THERE are many causes for optimism for Hayes’s future, with developments such as Crossrail and the regeneration of the area around the old EMI factory.
Our annual tribute to the fallen
Where to find Remembrance Services this weekend
London 2012 Olympics
Monument as bouncy castle
STONEHENGE, the prehistoric monument usually off-limits to the public, has become a bouncy playground.
Summer sounds lift carnival
Several thousand people turned up under grey skies for the annual open-air party that is the Hayes Carnival.
Host of events on offer for Artsweek
IT’S a hard life being a stand-up comedian for children. So hard that funnyman Mark Jones is training new recruits to help him through his show at Barra Hall Park in Hayes.
London 2012 Olympics
Hayes Carnival set to be a blockbuster
THIS year’s Hayes Carnival promises to be a blockbuster, despite the street parade being shortened.
This week's letters from our readers (May 9)
Scarred for life over dog attack
Jailed teenage robbers caught by stolen phone's GPS
TWO teenagers who robbed a man at knifepoint in broad daylight were caught after the stolen phone’s GPS led police right to one of them.
Where Remembrance Services are taking place
A NUMBER of Remembrance Day events will take place around the borough this weekend.
Get off the grass, it's not your studio
FOR those who don't know, the Norman Leddy Memorial Gardens in Grange Road, Hayes, are an oasis of calm in an ever-crazy world.
The stars come out to take cycling sky high
MEDAL-WINNING paralympic cyclists Sarah and Barney Storey and television presenter Jeff Brazier joined about 7,000 people for the borough's Sky Ride, as part of a campaign championed by the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, and aimed at promoting cycling to Londoners.