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Catch some world class RideLondon cycling and much, much more in west London this weekend

Annual cycling festival RideLondon is coming to west London this weekend, along with a host of other activities and events

When is H&M opening in Hayes and how can I get a discount?

The popular high street fashion chain is coming to Hillingdon borough this summer

Lorry and two cars involved in crash on M4 near Heathrow

Police say no one was injured, but drivers have been warned to expect tailbacks

What's going on near you this week, including a fun swing show as it's recorded for BBC Radio 2

Joe Stilgoe and the BBC Big Band are coming to west London this week, along with a host of other activities and events

Four Met Police staff face misconduct action over handling of Hayes woman Anita Kapoor's murder

Anita Kapoor was found dead in a lay-by in Buckinghamshire last year after she was strangled by Navin Mohan from Southall

What's going on in west London this weekend, including award-winning play Punjabi Boy

Award-winning play Punjabi Boy is coming to west London this weekend, along with a host of other activities and events

How is your MP planning to vote on the Trident nuclear deterrent?

The majority of west London MPs say they support renewing Britain's nuclear submarines - but one is strongly opposed

What's going on near you this week, including talented vocal group The Overtones

PUBLISH MONDAY JULY 18 British-Irish doo-wop band The Overtones are coming to west London this weekend, along with a host of other fun activities and events

Next Summer Sale: When is it and what time do west London stores open?

Clothes, homeware and more are set to have prices cut from Friday - sop don't miss your chance to grab a summer bargain

What's going on in west London this weekend, including the annual London Vegan Beer Festival!

A mouth-watering vegan beer and food festival is coming to west London this weekend, along with a host of other activities and events

Watch drivers battle through flash floods in Uxbridge as torrential rain hit west London once again

More heavy downpours affected travel with flash flooding in west London for the second time in three weeks 

John McDonnell calls Labour plotters trying to overthrow Corbyn 'f***ing useless' but claims it was a joke

The Hayes and Harlington MP branded the rebels using some harsh words at a Corbyn rally. WARNING: Contains a very rude tweet

Hillingdon Council vows to oppose 'inappropriate development' in wake of Powerday application rejection

The controversial planning application was rejected by Hillingdon Council in June and the council is ready to fend off any appeal by the developer

Morning misery for motorists after broken down lorry causes M4 tailbacks

Congestion was still being reported at the M4 Elevated Section at J2, A4 Brentford

The Overtones to come to The Beck Theatre in Hayes for a one-night performance

Vocal five-piece band The Overtones will be coming to The Beck Theatre in Hayes for a 'great party' performance

Hughie Dixon's Live Music Round-Up: Head to mini-festival SouthlandsLIVE this weekend!

Planning to let your hair down this weekend? Check out Hughie Dixon's latest round-up of live music in and around Hillingdon

What's going on near you this week, including brilliant psychological thriller After Miss Julie

Erotic psychological thriller After Miss Julie is coming to west London this weekend, along with a host of other activities and events

Police talk down man from ledge over A312 The Parkway in Hayes

The road was closed for around two hours as police dealt with the incident

'It's going to kill everything': Dismay among business community at six-month road closure in Hayes town centre

Work lasting at least 10 months is set to commence later this month and business owners fear the effects road closures will have on sales

Cyclist taken to trauma unit after collision with car in Hayes

London Air Ambulance were called to Dawley Road and a cyclist was taken to a west  London hospital for treatment

Pregnant mum evicted from her Ealing home while in intensive care - because council thought it had been abandoned

Ealing Council evicted Stacey Harding from her council house because they thought it was abandoned - but she was actually in hospital

Hughie Dixon's Live Music Round-Up: 'Pet Library are loud, proud and stand out from the crowd'

Planning to let your hair down this weekend? Check out Hughie Dixon's latest round-up of live music in and around Hillingdon

Woman dragged 20 metres along platform by train at Hayes station due to 'insufficient driver checks'

The woman suffered multiple injuries after becoming trapped in the train door when she stuck out her hand to try and stop it closing

Hughie Dixon's Live Music Round-Up: Here's why you should go and see The Tuts performing live

Planning to let your hair down this weekend? Check out Hughie Dixon's latest round-up of live music in and around Hillingdon

More than 3 million sign petition for another EU referendum - but Cameron rules out a second run

Over 200,000 people from west London signed the petition, but if you were one of them this won't be good news

Top running routes in west London to get you in the best shape for summer

Fancy getting fit this summer? Well you're in luck, as west London has loads of gorgeous running routes that will make it easy to get out for a jog

Will Jeremy Corbyn be replaced by Hayes and Harlington MP John McDonnell as Labour Party leader after post-Brexit coup?

Mass resignations and a vote of no confidence mean the Labour Party leadership is in serious turmoil - will John McDonnell be next to lead the party?

Getwestlondon round-up: Your top five stories of the week

From flash flooding and thunderstorms to fighting at a funfair, here are the top five stories you were reading and sharing last week

'We are coming for you' - police unit's stark warning to London criminals on the run

getwestlondon 's Alex Ballinger spent a day with the Fugitive Unit based at Uxbridge police station

Four-year-old boy taken to hospital after being struck by car in Hayes

Police said they were called to reports of the collision involving a four-year-old boy and a car

Hayes

Until the end of the 19th century, Hayes was an agricultural and brickmaking area. It was then developed as an industrial locality which also housed factory workers. Its development is typical of the Second Industrial Revolution – the creation of new light engineering industries on the edge of existing cities.

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