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Search is on to find Hounslow's unsung heroes

Hounslow Council asks people to nominate a person or group whose brave actions or good deed have helped make the borough a safer place to call home

Genocide survivor describes escape to students

Hasan Hasanović, who escaped the Srebrenica massacre of 1995, spoke to pupils at Feltham's Reach Academy

Second pro win for Feltham boxer O'Rourke

O2 Arena on double world title undercard could be next for Mickey

Feltham pub landlord thrilled to receive award

Chris Beauchamp, manager of The Airman pub, collects apprenticeship award from employer Spirit Pub Company

Wayne Noad only focused on keeping Hanworth Villa up

Villa remain in relegation mire despite 4-0 win at Bedfont Sports

Feltham street has one of worst broadband speeds in UK

Households on Uxbridge Road, in Feltham, suffer from the worst broadband speeds in west London and ranks 15th in the country

First female Feltham vicar settles in at St Dunstan's church

Reverend Anne Dollery is enjoying getting to know people and has started serving the community

Swan rescued after bird crash lands on Feltham Tesco roof

Staff from the Swan Sanctuary rescued the bird from the roof of the Tesco supermarket in Feltham

CB Hounslow to name new manager as Frank James steps down to focus on ground development

James happy to have steadied the ship at Hounslow

Chiswick build up for Maidstone cup final with win over HAC

Grasshoppers also enjoy win over Stevenage

Feltham super slimmer scoops consultant of the year award

Mother's fatal heart attack and doctor's warning spurred Georgina Wallace to lose weight herself - and then she helped others to do the same

Prolific shoplifter banned from Hounslow town centre for three years

Cherie Goodall is the first person in the borough to be issued with a Criminal Behaviour Order, which replaces the ASBO

Music festival to drum up funds for Hounslow Urban Farm

Boomfest 2015 brings DJ S.K.T on stage and marks the return of KISS FM DJ Pioneer to raise funds for Tropical Zoo project


Laughter all around on World Book Day

Children of all ages from Brentford, Feltham and Kensington were among many in west London to celebrate World Book Day on Thursday

Brunning keen for Noad to extend stay at Villa

Caretaker boss welcome to stay on

Hounslow cycling group call for safe routes to school in Feltham

Cyclists have called for continuous protected cycle lanes from Oak Hill Academy to Feltham railway station

Special Bollywood screening for students to explore international cinema

Screening of Bollywood film English Vinglish followed by chance to hear from Indian cinema expert Ashanti Omkar

Noble bags a treble as Chiswick climb to second

Chiswick enjoy big win over struggling Hemel Hempstead

More special needs places as planning approved for new Rise School building

Proposal for bigger free school to be built on part of the existing car park at Feltham Community College

Liesel Angel Appiah-Boakye

Students win £1,000 for charity set up in memory of tragic three-year-old

Pupils at Isleworth's Gumley House Convent School secured the cash for the Liesel Angel Trust, named after a Feltham youngster who died of cancer

Coroner's appeal to find relatives of woman from Feltham

Officers believe Ivy Hawkins was from Feltham and have urged anyone who knows one of her five children to get in touch


Hounslow Council reveals exciting vision for Feltham

"Feltham has huge potential" - Hounslow Council reveals plans for the town and residents are urged to have their say before Monday (March 2)

Call to tackle antisocial behaviour and street drinking in Feltham

Residents in Bedfont and Feltham highlight key safety issues at a meeting with MP Seema Malhotra

Plans to transform former country house into luxury hotel on hold

Hounslow Council say developers Metrotel have decided to sell the Grade II listed building and are in talks with a potential new buyer

Celebrating 15 years of steaming with commemorative stop in Hounslow

Trip down memory lane as Mayflower stops in Hounslow en route to Canterbury - the company's first ever destination

Snowden insists Bedfont Sports are improving all the time

Sports boss keen to build on good work

Cyclist injured in collision with car in Feltham

Man in his 50s suffered head injuries in road traffic collision on the High Street

Honour Killing premiere at Cineworld Feltham

Set in London, the story follows Pakistani girl Sameera and Punjabi boy Sunny and the fate of their love which lies in the hands of their families

Grasshoppers slip to defeat as Chiswick star sees red

The latest rugby news from around Hounslow

Drop off unwanted electrical items for recycling in Hounslow

The Rubbish Diet bin doctors stop shoppers at Hounslow Treaty Centre to urge them to recycle as part of West London Waste electric month


Feltham is the largest town in the western half of Hounslow borough. It is home to The Centre shopping hub as well as Feltham Community College where Olympic runner Mo Farah once studied. Other famous former residents include Freddie Mercury and Brian May who went on to form Queen.

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Will Ackermann
Uxbridge and Hillingdon borough
Steve Bax
News Editor, West London
Danya Bazaraa
Ealing, Acton Greenford and Northolt
Goolistan Cooper
Uxbridge and Hillingdon borough
Alix Culbertson
Westminster, Hammersmith & Fulham, Kensington & Chelsea
Robert Cumber
Hounslow, Heston and Isleworth, Chiswick
Camilla Horrox
Ealing, Southall, West Ealing and Hanwell
Matt Lewis
Sports Reporter
Jacob Murtagh
Sports Reporter
Salina Patel
Feltham, Bedfont & Hanworth
Tim Street
Deputy Sports Editor
Paul Warburton
Sports Reporter