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St Mary's church hall
11:43, 16 JUL 2016
Norwood Green residents want protective barrier to prevent further traveller camps
The Residents Association are asking people to email or write to Norwood Green's councillors to show their support
Travellers camp means Norwood Green Village Day is CANCELLED
The Norwood Green Village Day committee had been committed to holding the event, even selecting an alternative venue, but there is bad news
Watch as beacons are lit to celebrate the Queen's 90th birthday
Beacons in Brent, Ealing, Harrow and Hounslow were among more than 1,000 to be lit across the country to mark the milestone
Ealing Music and Film Festival proves to be an "explosive and amazing experience"
Ealing Music and Film Festival celebrated its fourth anniversary across multiple venues in Ealing in an "explosive" experience
Hounslow falls silent for Remembrance Sunday
Hundreds of people pay their respects at services across the borough
Remembrance Day 2015: Memorial events in west London
Remembrance Day and Remembrance Sunday are coming up in November; here's where memorial events are happening near you
Services planned to mark Remembrance Sunday in Hounslow
Find out all the details about services across the borough and a special concert on the eve of Remembrance Sunday
Church-goers welcome new vicar to St Mary's
Reverend Philip Smith to lead parishioners at the church of St Mary the Virgin in Bedfont
What's going on near you this week: Things to do in west London
Find out what's going in your area this week for fun ideas of things to get up to!
Residents fear 'concrete crime and grime corridor' as McDonald's appeals for drive-through
Ealing Council's planning committee refused the fast-food chain's application in March but it has now appealed the decision
Get on your bikes this summer with Sky Ride
Discover your local area on two wheels by joining free guided cycle rides throughout west London
Car tyres slashed while owners attend charity fundraiser in friend's memory
A group of women had organised the event to raise money for their church and a brain tumor charity, after their friend Caron Mitchell died in March
'Bully-boy' Sainsbury's under attack for plans to block £100million South Ruislip Arla development
The managing director of the firm behind the plans attended a residents' meeting last night to garner support.
In pictures: Mickie Driver gets pensioners on the dance floor at Bedfont Christmas party
Mayor of Hounslow Corinna Smart attends Darby and Joan club festive celebrations
Moving flower festival is fitting tribute to the sacrifices of British troops
Parishioners in South Ruislip joined neighbouring churches, flower teams and community projects to create the Lest We Forget festival of flowers
Where to go for Remembrance Sunday services in West London
This year Remembrance Sunday falls on November 9, and across west London there will be parades and ceremonies to remember those lost.
Back in Time: How Uxbridge, Hayes and Hillingdon town centres looked in the 1930s
Take a look at a selection of historic photos from the Gazette archive showing scenes from around this area from the early part of the 20th century
'I'm not a Syrian, I'm Assyrian': Getting to know a proud minority community
Assyrians face persecution by extremist group Islamic State (IS). I met some members of the Ealing Assyrian community to find out how they remain a close-knit society.
West London Muslim group condemns murderers of British aid worker
President rejects Islamic State as having 'nothing to do with Islam' and hopes killers are brought to face justice.
New church garden for contemplation and thinking time
St Mary's Church Garden in South Ealing is opening this weekend with the Bishop of London
Boris Johnson sure to face tough questioning over Heathrow at Tory candidate battle
What will his opinion on Heathrow Airport be as a borough MP now his estuary plan has been dropped?
Discover the beautiful history of Harrow next month
In Harrow we are so lucky to have a rich tapestry of historical buildings, and now it is your chance to see them first hand.
Open House London: Doors to most exclusive buildings to open next month
Olivia Demetriades gives you a taste of the best sites to see during September's Open House London - many which are closed the rest of the year.
First World War Centenary
Your guide to World War One centenary events in west London
First World War commemorative events are taking place across west London in August and September. Here's our guide to what's on where.