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15:49, 28 JAN 2014
The Wild Side: What can you find hidden in the reeds?
Professional wildlife guide Brenna Boyle searches out the fascinating wildlife of West London. Visit her website to arrange a wildlife discovery experience in London: www.wildcapital.co.uk
The Wild Side: London's storm and the wildlife it unearthed
The effects of October's St Jude storm have been widely reported, but what about the impact on nature? Wildlife expert Brenna Boyle takes a look
Huge carp discovered among debris at Feltham Green Pond
Bicycles, traffic cones and scooters are among the objects uncovered during a clean up of Feltham Green Pond and also an 18 pound carp
Bees star given Leyton Orient chance
BRENTFORD will give Richard Lee another chance to stake a claim for the shirt in next week's clash with League One leaders Leyton Orient.
Ardley: Substitutes can make a difference for Wimbledon
MANAGER Neal Ardley was delighted with the impact his AFC Wimbledon substitutes had in Saturday’s win at York.
Swimmers take a dip in the Thames for sea cadets
SWIMMERS braved the slightly chilly and murky waters of the Thames as they raced a kilometre in aid of Chiswick Sea Cadets.
Animal Welfare Column: PJ dreams of mice while waiting for a home
There’s nothing like spending two weeks in the middle of a field to help you appreciate the beauty of nature – and the benefits of urban living. At present I’m camping in Wales and have been looking at wildlife in the area.
Transplant patient is on the run for hospital
A DOUBLE lung transplant patient is urging people to take part in a run to raise funds for the hospital that saved her life.
Wealdstone set up new 'Fans' Stand' at The Vale
WEALDSTONE'S new 'Fans Stand' is due to be assembled at The Vale from Tuesday.
Dons to decide trialist's fate
AFC Wimbledon will make a decision on Rhys Weston's future after the weekend.
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The Wild Side: London is Stag Beetle central
Brenna Boyle is a professional wildlife guide and founder of Wild Capital: Discover Wildlife in London (www.wildcapital.co.uk)
Perivale residents want empty warehouse to become retail
PEOPLE living in Perivale want to see an unoccupied warehouse put to good use.
Defender pens Dons deal
ALAN Bennett has agreed a new deal to keep him at AFC Wimbledon for another year.
Harefield lake closed to anglers
A popular fishing lake has been closed to anglers.
Stolen Mercedes used in ram raid on Gucci flagship store
A STOLEN black Mercedes was used in a ram raid on Gucci's flagship store in Sloane Street on Wednesday night (March 6).
Ardley satisfied with point from 'toughest' test
AFC Wimbledon manager Neal Ardley is satisfied to have taken a point against Plymouth in what he saw as his team’s toughest test in recent weeks.
Bees boss fires warning ahead of Swindon showdown
UWE Rosler has warned his side they can't afford a slow start when they take on promotion rivals Swindon Town tonight.
The Narrow View: Things that go bump in the night, part 2
I stood on the bank, peering into the canal.
Dons boss to decide on loanees
NEAL Ardley will make a decision on the futures of AFC Wimbledon's loan players over the weekend.
Isleworth girl hooks huge fish on first trip
FIVE-year-old Heidi Gilder proved she was a natural at fishing after hooking a huge 32lb Mirror Carp on her first trip.
Double lung-transplant sailor makes history with Atlantic crossing
A PATIENT of Harefield Hospital has become the first person to cross the Atlantic Ocean in a yacht after a double lung transplant.
Arsenal legend Seaman made me a better keeper
LEE PEARCE wants to thanks David Seaman for making him a better keeper – by taking him fishing at Bedfont Lakes.
Angler reels in big fish weighing 65lbs
A KEEN angler was left jaw-dropped when he reeled in the biggest catch of his life - weighing a hefty 64lbs 14oz.
Brentford scour Europe for new signings
MARK Warburton insists Brentford will leave no stone unturned in their bid to bring the best young talent to Griffin Park.