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16:32, 1 OCT 2013
Enjoy a taste of Victorian times in West Drayton next month
THERE is an opportunity next month to travel back in time and sample life as the Victorians would have lived it, thanks to the West Drayton and District Local History Society.
Pietri was hero of original London Olympics
THERE is no doubt that sometimes the gallant loser lives longer in the memory.
Fear of Breathing brings horror of life in Syria to the stage
THE world premiere of a new play based entirely on verbatim reports from inside Syria is coming to Finborough Theatre in Earls Court.
6,000 items lost on Hounslow buses and trains
FORGETFUL passengers lost more than 6,000 items, from clothes to mobile phones, on public transport in Hounslow last year.
The Only Way is Essex star Joey Essex shines at Westfield
THE Only Way is Essex heartthrob Joey Essex wowed crowds at Westfield Shopping Centre on Saturday to launch a new 'reem' beauty product.
Celebrity guests help launch Shepherd's Bush homeless cinema
A FREE cinema for homeless people in Shepherd's Bush was launched by a team of distinguished guests from the world of film, literature, politics and theatre.
Downey Jr and Jude Law film at Hampton Court
HOLLYWOOD heavyweights Robert Downey Jnr and Jude Law were in the borough this week filming Sherlock Holmes 2.
Author brings to life a new Sherlock Holmes adventure
SHERLOCK Holmes is back and this time it's not Robert Downey Jr cavorting across our screens or Benedict Cumberbatch's modern take of the famous detective.
Sherlock star launches night hike for Hammersmith cancer care centre
Super sleuth Benedict Cumberpatch will be on the trail of some intriguing architecture later this month when he launches a night hike through the city in support of a Hammersmith cancer caring centre.
Five of the best: Dig in for sixth annual Harrow in Leaf event
HARROW In Leaf's sixth annual horticultural show has invited local Queen Elizabeth look-a-like Mary Reynolds as its special guest and to open proceedings.
Sands of Time: One of Brentford's best-ever performances
This report comes from earlier the same season, when Brentford produced one of their best-ever performances to hammer Norwich City 7-1 at Griffin Park, with Middlesex Chronicle legend George Sands again at his eloquent best.
Anyone own this human skull or breast implant?
HUMAN skulls and breast implants are some of the more unusual items to be handed into a Marylebone lost property office over the last 75 years.
Transport watch: Introducing winter timetables
If you are planning a train journey later this month do check the departure times, because next weekend is the day all the national rail operators introduce their winter timetables.
Back on the case
Once again Sherlock Holmes has risen from the dead as a local writer's second collection of short stories featuring the iconic detective is published.
Can you solve the murder?
Mystery, double-crossing and deceit will take over the Beck Theatre this Friday in a unique interactive show.
RESTAURANT Park Plaza Sherlock Holmes Bar and Grill @ Baker Street
You should never judge a restaurant by its name, as I learned from an evening at the Sherlock Holmes Bar and Grill.
London 2012 Olympics
ATHLETICS White heat city
Sunday was a landmark for any sports fan, particularly those living in our capital city,as it marked exactly four years until the start of the London 2012 Olympics.