Kensington choir to sing for young Syrian refugees at its Christmas concert

Profits from Kensington Singers' Home for Christmas concert will go to Save the Children’s Syrian Refugees appeal

Ill and desperate amputee stranded in Dubai: 'I'd give my one leg to end my holiday hell'

Charlie Goldstein fears for his long-term health after he was prevented from leaving the Emirate in March

Pupils get their five-a-day after school opens its own edible garden

Kensington and Chelsea mayor helped St Mary's Primary School in North Kensington open the special garden

Luxury watches stolen during daring Chelsea smash and grab

Thieves smashed down the door of Watches of Switzerland and made off with loot worth £40,000

Free fruit and veg for pupils as part of drive to promote eating five-a-day

The Food Explorers Pop Up Stalls will visit schools in the Portobello and Golborne area

Card competition winner switches on market's Christmas lights

Miki Keric designed a card to celebrate Portobello and Golborne Market’s 150th Christmas

Westfield's Xmas bus tours London and surprises Fulham school

The Christmas Before Christmas Bus is a bus like no other

A row of houses in Kensington

Report highlights crippling costs of renting in K&C

Tenants 'cannot enjoy decent standard of living' after paying rent

Shocking photos: See ambulance treat teenage boys stabbed in Ladbroke Grove

Two males are in a stable condition in hospital where they are being treated for “central stab wounds”

Fight stepped up against prostitutes' calling cards in K&C phone boxes

Police make arrests and confiscate 100,000 cards, while council strike deal with BT to have frosted covers on booths

Ambulance responds to 13 drug-related call outs daily in west London

So far this year the ambulance service have been called out to 3,766 drug-related emergencies

Workplace thefts twice as common in west London

There were 663 thefts by employees across west London in the year to June, at twice the rate of the national average

Neighbours react after North Kensington bodies discovery

The body of a woman, in her 40s, and a man, in his 50s were found on Friday night

Tributes paid to WW1 airman a century after VC heroics

A commemorative stone was laid to remember the daring deeds of Vice Admiral Richard Bell Davies

Counters Creek flood relief sites revealed ahead of drop-in sessions

Five construction sites for the storm relief sewer in Chelsea, Hammersmith, Olympia, Shepherd's Bush and Holland Park

West London traffic reducing motorists to a crawl during morning rush hour

Two of the worst A roads with the biggest drop in speeds are in Hammersmith and Fulham and Hounslow, according to figures from Department for Transport

Artist's sketches capture life on Portobello and Golborne Market

Fiona Hawthorne loved capturing the its "rare and dynamic energy"

Enjoy a Victorian Christmas at Kensington Palace

Talks, carols and food-tastings will take place throughout the festive season at the historic venue

Chelsea WW2 hero given France's highest distinction in recognition of D-Day heroics

The Légion d’honneur was given to Morris Baum on Armistice Day by the French Ambassador at her residence in Kensington

Robbers armed with machetes, hammers and concrete to be sentenced

A gang of seven were responsible for raids around the country, including one in Kensington and Chelsea, and netted £500,000 in total

Suspended sentence for man who threatened to blow-up shop for selling 'anti-Muslim magazine'

The bookshop said it would stock issues of Charlie Hebdo days after its editorial team was murdered in France

Kensington man jailed for stabbing his dad to death after family business dispute

West claimed he "did a favour to a lot of people" when he killed his 70-year-old father.

Make sure Santa Paws pays a visit to your dog this Christmas

A west London pet boutique has exclusive gifts for you to spoil your beloved pets

Rare Elizabethan shoe horn expected to fetch £6,000 at auction

It goes under the hammer in Kensington later this month

Mamma Anna & Co: The food reviewing tables have turned!

Adrian Seal cooks a meal for HIMSELF at Mamma Anna & Co in West Kensington!

The Hour Glass South Kensington: "A new lease of life to a neighbourhood pub"

Adrian Seal eats at The Hour Glass in South Kensington

Christmas: When do west London schools break up for the winter holidays?

Find out when the little ones have their well-deserved Christmas break this year!

Police appeal: The 23-year-old was found with stab injuries on North End Road, West Kensington

Police launch investigation after man stabbed in West Kensington

A 23-year-old man was found with a number of stab injuries in North End Road on Thursday (November 5)

Victoria Borwick outside Kensington Tube Station

Kensington MP warns against her party's Right-to-Buy plans

Victoria Borwick said it would result in council's struggling to house people in temporary accommodation 

Artist painted chewing gum on Kensington streets in campaign to highlight cost of cleaning

An artist painted pieces of chewing gum left on Kensington streets to highlight how "unpleasant" and expensive it is when people do not dispose of it.


Kensington has a rich mix of culture and upmarket shops, including Kensington High Street; one of London's busiest shopping destinations. South Kensington is home to Exhibition Road, famous for its museums such as the Natural History Museum, while other attractions include Kensington Palace and the Royal Albert Hall.

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