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Memory cafés to help fight dementia in Hounslow

Homecare provider Bluebird Care urges businesses and community leaders to suggest suitable sites for regular meets

In Pictures: New Brentford FC players and away kit on show at family fun day.

Young fans get the chance to meet their heroes as new faces mingle with the old guard and a new shirt is unveiled.

WHAT'S ON: What to do this summer holiday

Make the most of the glorious summer weather - each day's we'll list fun things to do with the family during the summer holidays

Lights out at Hounslow landmarks to commemorate WW1 centenary

Businesses and residents have been urged to join national blackout on Monday, August 4, in memory of those killed during the conflict

Ealing Half Marathon runners in Lammas Park

New name, same aim for the Ealing Half Marathon

Ealing Half Marathon has altered its name after registering as a Community Interest Company.

The Watermans Centre in Brentford

Watermans arts centre burglar due to be sentenced

Toby Stevens, of Brentford was remanded in custody to appear at Isleworth Crown Court for sentencing,

Tesco gets alcohol licence for new Isleworth store despite more than 400 objections

Retail giant agrees to reduce hours and restrict the sale of super-strength beer as part of licence for new Clifton Road store

Brentford Festival Diary - July: Schools out, but not for us!

Event manager Linda Massey tells what's in store for this years festival

'Winter Lights' show to illuminate Hounslow

The spectacular fire and light performance this November will be organised by a team of 20 youths as part of a project to boost their employment prospects

WW1 ceremony in Heston to honour 'extraordinary offering of ordinary men'

Centenary service next Saturday will honour all 166 men from Heston killed in the conflict, with short biographies giving an insight into their 'lives and loves, and hopes and fears'

Conservative MP for Brentford & Isleworth, Mary Macleod

Brentford MP given little hope by bookies

Brentford & Isleworth MP Mary Macleod has a 73.8 per cent chance of being ousted next May, according to Ladbrokes. Read on to see how it rates your MP's chances.

Things to do in West London during the school summer holidays

There's lots going on across west London and we've compiled a selection of local events and attractions that should keep your family occupied and help summer 2014 to become one to remember.

Don't miss free aerial dance show in Hounslow tomorrow

Dancers suspended from a giant inflatable cone will be hoping to stop the traffic in Hounslow High Street

In pictures: headteacher's delight as pupils throw surprise party in Brentford

Grainne Morland is given a fitting send-off after a decade in charge at Our Lady and St John's RC Primary School

What to do in Hounslow during the school holidays

Worried what to do with the kids in Hounslow this school holiday? Gurjot Thind has come up with a list of suggestions to keep little minds and bodies occupied.

Five of the Best: Things to do in and around Hounslow

Hounslow and Ealing based carnivals, musicals and festival take you to the end of July

Dancing shoes start tapping for the summertime

The Pamela Howard School of Dance in Ealing are putting on a show at the Waterman's Art Centre

Youngsters in Hounslow drum up £390 for Mayor's charities

Mayor of Hounslow Corinna Smart among guests served up three-course meal cooked up by youngsters on work experience at Bees Cafe in Brentford

The Watermans Centre in Brentford

Man charged with burglary at Watermans arts centre

Toby Stevens, who was arrested at the arts centre in Brentford last night, is due in court tomorrow

MP Mary Macleod backs campaign to bring royal barge 'home' to Brentford

MP Mary Macleod is backing calls for the royal barge Gloriana, the centrepiece of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee celebrations, to be moored permanently in Brentford.

First-time climbers in Brentford conquer Mount Snowdon

Trio of Brentford employees beat £1,083 target in aid of Malaria No More and Marie Curie Cancer Care

English Schools Championships silver for Gould

Runner-up place in the hammer for Brentford schoolgirl in Birmingham


Prime Minister not moo-ved by plight of Hanworth's missing Dairy Crest cows

David Cameron made a visit to Hounslow borough on Wednesday and shared his thoughts on the missing Dairy Crest cows, writes James Sherrard.

David Cameron hails Brompton Bicycle as he visits Brentford

Prime Minister describes folding-bike manufacturer as 'the best of British engineering, brains and creativity' during visit today, writes JAMES SHERRARD

Hounslow Council backs plans to bring Gloriana 'home' to Brentford

Council gets behind Brentford Chamber of Commerce's campaign to give the royal barge a permanent mooring in the area

Compulsory purchase plans approved to secure Brentford stadium site

Councillors vote overwhelmingly to use compulsory purchase orders to buy land needed for Brentford FC's arena if negotiations with the owners break down

Commonwealth Games: Brentford mum to carry the baton today

Lorin McCrystal chosen to take part in the Queen's Baton Relay in Glasgow

'Brentford would face competition for Gloriana even if Twickenham rejects royal barge'

Richmond Council leader Nick True says Gloriana is 'not available, and I'm hoping she won't become available'


Brentford Festival secures second stage and more musicians

Two month countdown to borough's favourite annual festival, held for a second year running in Blondin Park

Hospital staff healthy bake sale raises £417 for charity

BMI Syon Clinic back Big Health Pledge campaign to fight five big killers


Brentford is home to some of the world's biggest corporations such as GlaxoSmithKline and Audi. Picturesque Syon Park, Gunnersbury Park, Kew Bridge Steam Museum and the Thames have been drawing people to this up and coming London suburb. Brentford FC is the much loved local football team.

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