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Middlesex Day: Intriguing history of Middlesex revealed

For Middlesex Day, we look back at the county's long history and at the ongoing battle to preserve its name

Middlesex Day quiz: How much do you know about the area?

To celebrate annual Middlesex Day, put your knowledge to the test with this fun quiz

See how Hounslow's changed in 50 years

A public information film made when Hounslow became a London borough in 1965 shows how much it has changed

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Middlesex Day: Intriguing history of Middlesex revealed

For Middlesex Day, we look back at the county's long history and at the ongoing battle to preserve its name

Middlesex Day quiz: How much do you know about the area?

To celebrate annual Middlesex Day, put your knowledge to the test with this fun quiz

See how Hounslow's changed in 50 years

A public information film made when Hounslow became a London borough in 1965 shows how much it has changed

Commemorative stone in honour of Private Edward Dwyer at the war memorial in Church Gate, Fulham High Street

Stone laid to remember daring deeds of Fulham soldier

Private Edward Dwyer was the youngest recipient of the Victoria Cross for his actions during the First World War in 1915

In pictures: Insight into life in Uxbridge 100 years ago

Historian and author Ken Pearce spoke of the main events in 1915

The Grade II listed Porters Rest on Piccadilly which has mysteriously disappeared

Missing: Unique 150-year-old piece of London’s history

A local historian believes the Grade II listed Porter's Rest has been removed by the council, but Westminster denies any responsibility

Royal Albert Hall: Historic secrets of Kensington venue revealed

From the super-strength toilets for sumo wrestlers to a ghost that's haunted Michael Bolton, there's much to see

Solar Eclipse 2015: Forget the cloudy eclipse, it's all about Jaffa Cakes

Missed the actual solar eclipse because of the cloud? Don't fret, just create your own - with Jaffa Cakes!

Ealing Broadway shopping centre attracts Victoria Beckham and Mr Blobby

Check out this gallery of 30 years of Ealing Broadway Shopping Centre history and see which faces you recognise...

Ruilsip Gardens pupils, around 1956

Ruislip primary school searches for former pupils ahead of 75th anniversary

Ruislip Gardens wants old pupils to share their stories with the current crop

Stuart Crook, with Tower of London poppy in hand, stands beside the name of his uncle Herbert Crook (HH Crook) at Ealing War Memorial

WW1 hero honoured - nearly 100 years after he died on the Somme

Family of Herbert 'Harry' Crook see his name added to Ealing War Memorial

Children from Westminster, Kensington and Chelsea and Hammersmith and Fulham at Victoria Library.

BM@il: Ditching my Amazon Kindle to rediscover the library

Like the children pictured, Barbara Fisher has been re-discovering the traditional much-loved local library this week.

Looking Back: Victorian Valentine cards were far from flattering

Eddie Menday goes in search of the real St Valentine and finds out how he is remembered around the world.

King John at the sealing of the Magna Carta at Runnymede in 1215

Looking Back: 2015 will be the year we remember Wellington and Magna Carta

The is plenty to celebrate in the coming year, from the anniversaries of the sealing of Magna Carta to the Battle of Waterloo, writes Eddie Menday .

One of the stained glass windows at St Dunstan’s Church

Looking Back: Stone in a Feltham churchyard has a life story behind it

Eddie Menday uncovers the life of Susan Chick, who was buried with her son in St Dunstan’s, Feltham in 1839 and whose story features in a new book.

The coffin with body of Sir Winston Churchill is carried down the steps of St Paul's Cathedral during the State Funeral in 1965

Looking Back: How a nation bade a final farewell to Sir Winston Churchill half a century ago

January 2015 will mark half a century since Britain's wartime Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill was laid to rest. Eddie Menday recalls the day.

Noah the baby alpaca at Hounslow Urban Farm

Review of the Year: January: Tributes to a TV star and McDonald's cleans up at the toilet Oscars

January saw west London deluged with biblical amounts of rain and there were concerns about pedestrian safety and tributes to Only Fools and Horses actor Roger Lloyd-Pack.

Back in Time: Re-building the bridge over the Grand Union Canal in Uxbridge back in 1929

Take a look at another selection of historic photographs from the Uxbridge Gazette archive showing scenes from around this area from the early part of the 20th century

Back in Time: Printing a newspaper the old fashioned way at King and Hutchings

Take a look at another selection of historic photographs from the Uxbridge Gazette archive showing scenes from around this area from the early part of the 20th century

Looking Back with Eddie Menday: Football grew out of rowing club

In just under a week players and fans of Brentford FC past and present will gather to toast the club’s 125th anniversary. To celebrate the occasion Eddie Menday shares the story of how our bee-loved local side came to be

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Will Ackermann
Uxbridge
Katherine Clementine
Uxbridge
Danya Bazaraa
Ealing
Goolistan Cooper
Hammersmith & Fulham, Kensington & Chelsea, Westminster
Nathan Spendelow
Harrow and Brent
Robert Cumber
Hounslow
Camilla Horrox
Ealing
Matt Lewis
Sports Reporter
Tom Moore
Sports Reporter
Salina Patel
Hounslow
Tim Street
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Paul Warburton
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