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© 2018 Trinity Mirror Southern
13:45, 21 AUG 2014
A cull of the high street is OK by me
I'M SORRY, but while I appreciate that many hard-working individuals are losing their jobs and their businesses as a result of the current economic downturn, the simple fact is that over 90 per cent of the retail spaces on Yiewsley High Street are occupied by rubbish, be it pound shops, stores only selling ethnic minority clothing and foods, scummy pubs and fast food outlets (not the major brands).
Your pride could be Britain's pride
IN OCTOBER I have the great pleasure of hosting the 11th annual Pride of Britain Awards, sponsored by the The Co-operative, on ITV1.
Eastcote newsagent to shut up shop
A WELL-loved Eastcote community shop is closing after 70 years as a newsagent.
Fears as Northolt Co-op closes
WORRIED Northolt neighbours fear they will have to travel miles for their weekly shop now their local Co-op supermarket has closed down – two months after the Company said it would not happen.
Harefield Tenants and Residents' Association
The day Harefield said enough
SHOPS closing down is an everyday threat to the biggest town centres and side streets alike, which many communities are finding impossible to prevent.
Therapy for us old-timers
As part of the Gazette's public service role, the Retro West London page provides reminiscence therapy for those in danger of developing oldtimers' disease.
No shops of quality left in High Street
Eric Baker's letter ('More variety is needed on the High Street,' Chronicle, October 23) about three adjacent shops in Hounslow High Street selling identical goods is not the worst aspect of the High Street.
Hillingdon London Borough Council
Family face threat of homelessness
A family with an eight-month-old child could become homeless in an ongoing battle with Hillingdon Council.
Regenerating area a big job
As Aresident of Northolt for 32 years I was quite pleased to receive a survey in the Around Ealing magazine asking residents for their suggestions on the "regeneration" of Northolt.
Hospice day raises service's profile - and £2,000
Butterflies gave a real lift to the first ever Meadow House Day, which raised £2,120 for the hospice.
Notting Hill Carnival line-up
A list of all the stages and acts for Sunday and Monday with a map of the area
Pub on corner not the railway tavern
Ouch! The wrong picture was published in the Chronicle's 'StreetLife' feature last week.
Co-Op attitude had me fleeing
I HAVE been a long standing customer of the Co-Op but not anymore.