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Six great places in west London to go for a milkshake

If you fancy cooling down this summer, why not head to one of these great diners and cafés for a refreshing milkshake?

England rugby star Danny Cipriani found guilty of drinking and driving

Danny Cipriani, an England rugby star, was found guilty of drinking and driving on Friday (June 24)

National Cream Tea Day: Nine cute cafés in west London to get a delicious cream tea

National Cream Tea Day will this year be falling on Friday June 24; why not head to a cute café in London and enjoy one for yourself?

A Wanted Man: Chelsea cafe comes to King's Road in style

Reporter David Rivers spent the afternoon at Chelsea's new A Wanted Man cafe

Rare first edition Beatrix Potter books go on sale in Chelsea to mark author's 150th birthday

The exhibition will run from June 22 to July 6 with prices ranging from £100 to £75,000

Made in Chelsea series 11: What we learnt from the final episode

Is Lucy getting a taste for apologising? Your questions were answered in the series finale of Made in Chelsea

Award-winning Chelsea Flower Show garden finds a new home in Kensington

The Australian-inspired garden won Silver at the famous show and is now on display at the Royal Garden Hotel

New help for young people with eating disorders in west London

Services will allow patients to refer themselves, speeding up the help and support they urgently require

Historic fountain offering fresh water to cyclists, pedestrians and horses reopens

The Cheyne Walk fountain was built in 1880 near Chelsea Emblankment and was restored to full working order by TfL and the council

TfL ignoring calls for King's Road Crossrail 2 station to be removed are abandoning their duty, say campaigners

No Crossrail for Chelsea Chair Chris Lennon told getwestlondon the public have overwhelmingly rejected the proposal - and it's time for TfL to acknowledge their calls

Hopeful homeowners need FORTY times their earnings to buy a home in west London hotspots

Those dreaming of snapping up property in some of west London's most affluent areas will need much more than the average earnings in the area, according to the latest figures

Fire stations across west London to celebrate 150 years of the Brigade

Fire rescue demonstrations and a chance to meet your local firefighters are among the fun-packed family days being held across west London

Indoor hospital garden to help patients with their recovery

The green space, which has been opened at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, will also benefit family and staff

Meet the man planning to run 20,000 central London roads this year

Costin Boldisor got bored running the same routes every week, so he set himself an unusual challenge

Number of people with diabetes rises rapidly in west London

Ealing and Brent have seen the largest increase and highest number of diabetes sufferers over the last year in west London

Was this painting of Margaret Thatcher hidden in a London garage painted by a celebrated Chelsea artist?

An antique dealer has been told by Parliament it could be one of the last paintings by Alfred Reginald Thomson

Where are west London homes rising by £160 a day?

The new official house price index reveals which boroughs have seen the biggest rises and which is the most expensive in the UK to live (no prizes for guessing which)

Birthday Honours: Cancer doctor in Chelsea named CBE

Professor Martin Gore has dedicated his career of nearly 40 years at The Royal Marsden to treating and caring for cancer patients

When will Crossrail 2 announce a decision on proposed King's Road Chelsea station?

These are the next steps following a consultation over the project's proposed station on the sought-after King's Road area

Officer who used police database to track down woman who 'scratched his car' fired from force

PC Craig Marcham used the force's database to find a woman's address before hand delivering a letter accusing her of scratching his car

'We will try to appease campaigners, but Crossrail 2 decision is not a referendum' says project director

Crossrail 2 director Michele Dix told getwestlondon of the difficulties of the project and why it's not over for campaigners until the final go ahead is given

Made in Chelsea series 11: What to expect from episode 10

Hearts broke all over London after the last episode of Made in Chelsea, but what will happen in episode 10 on E4 on Monday evening?

AFC Wimbledon and Chelsea agree on a deal for the sale of Kingsmeadow

The deal is subject to AFC Wimbledon being granted final planning permission on Plough Lane by Mayor of London Sadiq Khan

West London areas among those to see biggest rise in rents for one-bedroom flats

Renters in one London borough have seen an increase of a staggering 51% since 2011

Made in Chelsea series 11: What to expect from episode nine

It was heartbreak central in the last episode of Made in Chelsea, but what will happen in episode nine on E4 on Monday evening?

When do schools break up for the summer holidays in west London?

It's not too long now until the little ones will be off on their summer holidays! Here are those all-important school term dates for the diary

West London schools will need to plan to accommodate nearly 40,000 extra pupils by 2039

Pressure on Hillingdon's schools as it expects highest change in population of children by 2039

Moving video celebrates the success of the Marsden March

The annual walk has raised £8 million for the Royal Marsden Hospitals in Chelsea and Sutton

Artists to meet public in their studios during west London arts festival

The Open Art Spaces exhibition will feature around 100 artists from Kensington, Chelsea and Fulham

What's going on in west London this weekend, including a performance by everyone's favourite piggy, Peppa!

Find out what's going on in every area of west London, including shows, musical concert, fun activities, and a show by everyone's favourite character Peppa Pig!

Chelsea

Chelsea is one of London's most affluent areas, known for its exclusivity, high property prices, and the shopping 'mecca' that is the Kings Road. It is perhaps best known for the Royal Hospital, home of the red-coated Chelsea Pensioners since the 17th Century.

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Harrow and Brent
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Hounslow
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