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September 20, 2017

Fix my Street for Hounslow

Lots of fly-tipping, has increased since previous report, 20th September

Was half as much yesterday when initially reported.

Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 83 Cecil Road, Hounslow
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September 20, 2017 05:48 PM

Freedom of Information Requests for Hounslow

Costs of managing asbestos in schools

Response by Hounslow Borough Council to Lucie Stephens on .
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September 20, 2017 02:49 PM

Freedom of Information Requests for Hounslow

Organisational Structure Chart for all of the Head of Educational psychology Department.

Response by Hounslow Borough Council to frank rufus on .
Awaiting classification.
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September 20, 2017 10:38 AM

Fix my Street for Hounslow

Fly tipping, 20th September

About 6 suitcases and other rubbish has beem dumped outside St Dunstan's church on St Dunstan's Road

Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 39 St Dunstans Road, Feltham
Report on FixMyStreet

September 20, 2017 08:21 AM

September 17, 2017

Blogs about Hounslow

Second Man Arrested Over London Train Attack

LONDON — A second man has been arrested over Friday’s bomb attack on a London underground train that injured 30 people, police said.

The 21-year-old man was arrested in the west London suburb of Hounslow just before midnight on Saturday, the Metropolitan Police force said in a statement.

He was detained under Britain’s Terrorism Act and taken to a south London police station, the force added.

Earlier on Saturday, British police arrested an 18-year-old man in the port of Dover and raided a property in Sunbury, a small town outside London, as they hunted for whoever planted the device.

Hounslow is about four miles from Sunbury where police raided and searched a building on Saturday in connection with the bombing.

The home-made bomb shot flames through a packed train carriage at west London’s Parsons Green train station but apparently failed to detonate fully.

(Reporting by Andrew Heavens; Editing by William Schomberg)

by johnib at September 17, 2017 08:20 AM

September 11, 2017

April 10, 2017

Hounslow Guardian

RAIL: Major disruption on South West trains going to Waterloo

There is South West trains major disruption this morning at Waterloo with more than 80 cancellations.

April 10, 2017 06:42 AM

March 28, 2017

Met Office Warnings

Yellow Warning of Fog for London & South East England

Yellow Warning of Fog for London & South East England : Buckinghamshire, Milton Keynes, Kent, Medway, Greater London & Oxfordshire valid from 0550 Tue 28 Mar to 0930 Tue 28 Mar

March 28, 2017 04:49 AM

February 27, 2017

Met Office Warnings

Yellow Warning of Ice for London & South East England

Yellow Warning of Ice for London & South East England : Buckinghamshire, Milton Keynes, Oxfordshire & West Berkshire valid from 2235 Mon 27 Feb to 1000 Tue 28 Feb

February 27, 2017 10:27 AM

January 27, 2017

Hounslow Council

Hounslow honours Holocaust Memorial Day

The Mayor of Hounslow, Councillor Ajmer Grewal, will lead as Hounslow Council marks Holocaust Memorial Day with a special service on Monday, 30 January.

January 27, 2017 05:18 PM

Question Time with Hounslow Council!

Come along and quiz members of Hounslow Council’s Cabinet on council services and local matters

January 27, 2017 04:44 PM

November 18, 2015

November 17, 2015

Green Party News

South West London activists lead ‘no new runway’ protest in Richmond

Richmond Bridge had a dramatic makeover on Saturday 14 November when the Green Party descended to protest against airport expansion. Joined by activist groups Plane Stupid, HACAN, Teddington Action Group (TAG), Airport Watch, Greenpeace and Friends of the Earth, protesters strung up a banner declaring 'No New Runways' and 'No ifs, No buts'.

Andree Frieze, Green Party candidate for South West London Assembly was at the protest and said, "In 2010,…

November 17, 2015 08:36 AM

June 02, 2015

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May 05, 2015

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Gurneet & Jatinder | Sikh Punjabi Wedding Hounslow by Eastern Elegance

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by EasternElegance1 at May 05, 2015 08:30 PM

January 20, 2014

BBC Weather Forecast

Wednesday: light rain, Max Temp: 10°C (50°F), Min Temp: 4°C (39°F)

Max Temp: 10°C (50°F), Min Temp: 4°C (39°F), Wind Direction: SSW, Wind Speed: 7mph, Visibility: good, Pressure: 1005mb, Humidity: 94%, UV risk: n/a, Pollution: n/a, Sunrise: 07:52GMT, Sunset: 16:34GMT

January 20, 2014 01:10 PM

Wednesday: light rain, Max Temp: 10°C (50°F), Min Temp: 4°C (39°F)

Max Temp: 10°C (50°F), Min Temp: 4°C (39°F), Wind Direction: SSW, Wind Speed: 7mph, Visibility: good, Pressure: 1005mb, Humidity: 94%, UV risk: n/a, Pollution: n/a, Sunrise: 07:52GMT, Sunset: 16:34GMT

January 20, 2014 01:10 PM

September 18, 2013

Hounslow Chronicle (Brentford and Chiswick)

Spin Cycle comes to Hounslow High Street on Saturday 21 September 3pm free outdoor performance

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Musical on the move called SPIN CYCLE comes to Hounslow on Saturday 21 September.
One of London's most ambitious and outrageous outdoor performances is on its way to Hounslow High Street as part of a free London tour.

Featuring a cast of circus aerialists, dancers, singers, poets and local young performers, Spin Cycle is a daring musical on the move. Charting the story of a game show and its panel of competitors each trying to win the 'ultimate luxury lifestyle', this spectacular outdoor street show will be performed outside Holy Trinity Church, Hounslow High Street at 3pm.

The performance takes the form of a journey from market stall bargain hunting to a dangerous game of extreme shopping that ends with a challenge to everyone to come together to make a change to the way we live. It is a fable about waste and recovery.

Spin Cycle has been commissioned by Circulate; a consortium of six Arts Centre's aiming to develop an outdoor arts network in Outer London, building on the success of the outdoor arts programme within the London 2012 Cultural Festival.

The consortium is backed by The Mayor of London Boris Johnson who said:
"Culture has a critical role to play in the success of our city, helping to breathe new life into local high streets and I am delighted to support this exciting new initiative bringing cultural activity to outer London. The London 2012 Festival was extraordinarily successful, involving millions of people across the capital. It wasn't just the big events that captured people's imaginations; it was also smaller local events in high streets, town centres and parks that added to the magic. Circulate builds on that momentum and, as well as entertaining audiences, I hope it will inspire other arts organisations and boroughs to look at how they can create work to enhance our high streets."

This fantasy fable fuses physical performance with street theatre in a playful show created by acclaimed UK Company Emergency Exit Arts. It's packed full of humour and wit combining physical clowning with stand-up comedy from the top of a moving 30-foot tower.

Jan Lennox, Director, Watermans said: "Spin Cycle is building on the huge popularity of our outdoor events produced as part of the West London 2012 Festival, a series of free outdoor events enjoyed by over 60,000 people. Watermans has an active outdoor arts programme and we want to continue to provide arts for people in Hounslow and support the regeneration of the town centre."

As part of the London 2012 cultural programme the six venues in the consortium held a season of outdoor work and are now working together with the Greater London Authority and the Audience Agency for the next three years - creating a legacy from London 2012 and increasing outdoor arts provision in the city's outer boroughs.

Joyce Wilson, Area Director, London, Arts Council England, said: "Circulate is a really important project that continues the work undertaken during the London 2012 Cultural Olympiad. Through collaborative working and a variety of activity strands, the six partner organisations will bring a wealth of outdoor performance art to areas of London with relatively limited access to arts and culture. We are delighted to see the first commission, Spin Cycle, from this three year programme of work come to fruition and look forward to seeing future developments. Arts and culture have an important role in making life better for all and we are very pleased to be supporting this project."


Spin Cycle is free to attend, and suitable for the whole family, taking place on 21st September on Hounslow High Street at 3pm

by Watermans Art Centre at September 18, 2013 05:22 PM

September 12, 2013

Hounslow Chronicle (Hounslow)

Sleeping Beauty - auditions

Axis Youth Productions are looking for young people aged from 8 to 20 to take part in our pantomime, Sleeping Beauty.

You do not need any experience, but you do need lots of enthusiasm.

We take every child who wishes to be part of the show but you must commit to regular weekly Sunday rehearsals. There will be additional rehearsals closer to the show.

The show fee will be approximately £150 per cast member (to be confirmed) and will be performed at the Cecil Hepworth Playhouse, Walton on Thames from 19th to 21st December 2013.

Come along at the following times on Sunday 22nd September.
Ages 8 to 11 from 10.00 to 12.00
Ages 12 to 20 from 12.30 to 3.30

Please visit our website for further information, www.axisyouthproductions.co.uk or call 020 8890 6826.

by Axis Youth Productions at September 12, 2013 11:49 AM

September 04, 2013

Hounslow Chronicle (Brentford and Chiswick)

Primetime Theatre Company arrives back in London with a new show

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Primetime Theatre Company
Where Did I leave my Purdah
Written by Mahesh Dattani
Directed by Lillete Dubey
24 September - 28 September 2013. 7.45pm
(Press Night Wednesday 25 September 7.45pm)
Matinee Sat 28 September. 4pm & Sun 29 Sept.7.30pm
Tickets: £15 (£12.50)
Box Office: 020 8232 1010
www.watermans.org.uk

Watermans is delighted to present the UK Premiere of, Where Did I leave my Purdah, a new show, by Primetime Theatre Company, one of India's best known companies working in English language theatre, and a regular at the venue.

Written by Mahesh Dattani, this comic drama is set against the backdrop of the famed company theatres that toured India from the 1940s performing classical and epic drama.
The play explores the life of a famous stage diva, Nazia Sahiba, and her complex relationships with those closest to her. Against the backdrop of the Indian Partition the story moves between the past and the present, revealing hidden resentments, passions, and long suppressed rivalries, as Nazia decides to direct the classic story of Kalidas's Shakuntala.
The Primetime Theatre Company and writer, Mahesh Dattani's earlier collaboration was Dance Like a Man, is India's longest running Indian English play (still running) about two Bharatnatyam dancers past their prime. Here, they return to the same theme looking at what happens to artistes as they get older, and you can't get big parts anymore!
Featuring a cast of five and among the hottest talent from stage and screen --
Lillete Dubey (Monsoon Wedding; The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel) Soni Razdan
(Such a long Journey; 36 Chowringhee Lane) Neha Dubey (Monsoon Wedding; Twelfth Night, Albery Theatre), Sid Makker (The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel; Zangoora) Selina (East is East; Bride & Prejudice) Where Did I Leave My Purdah "presents a fascinating account of the world of drama and theatre." Hindustan Times

Bette & Joan meets Bhumika in this story tinged with love, passion and humour.
Where Did I leave My Purdah celebrates the indomitable spirit of the doyennes of Indian theatre, such as Zohra Segal, Uzra Butt and Lalita Pawar.

"Purdah is a polished act, delivered by some of the finest names in theatre today. Even as the curtains came down, the audience were left wanting more." Times Of India

''A warm, compelling tale whose chief ingredients are passion, drama, love and humour...a salute to the spirit of the theatre'' - Bangalore Mirror

by Watermans Art Centre at September 04, 2013 03:41 PM

July 25, 2013

Hounslow Chronicle (Hounslow)

Summer Drama Workshop

Do you have children who enjoy drama?
If so, we are delighted that once again we will be running our Summer Drama Workshop from 19th August to the 23rd August at Feltham Community College (Drama Studio).

This drama workshop is open to all children aged 5 to 18 years and will include some singing and movement.

This summer course has been running in Feltham for several years now, and thanks to the generous sponsorship from the London Borough of Hounslow costs just £15.00 for Juniors, ages 5 to 10 and only £20.00 for Seniors, ages 11 to 18. This is the cost for the whole week!!!!

We are trying to reach as many children/young people as we can to take advantage of this fantastic opportunity. The week is very relaxed and we always have lots of fun!

Juniors - 10.00am to 12.15 - with a performance for family and friends at the end of the week

Seniors - 1.00pm to 4.00pm - seniors will work on audition pieces, try out a new song, improvisation, drama games and movement.
Improve your confidence and make new friends.

If you would like to register your interest, or want to know more, please contact us on 020 8890 6826 or use the contact page on our website, www.axisyouthproductions.co.uk.

by Axis Youth Productions at July 25, 2013 09:53 AM

April 05, 2013

Hounslow Chronicle (Feltham, Bedfont and Hanworth)

Young people invited to audition for Rent

YOUNG people have been invited to audition for a new production of the hit musical Rent.

Axis Youth Productions is holding a casting session, for 15 to 25-year-olds, at Riverside Arts Centre, 57-59 Thames Street, Sunbury-on-Thames, on Sunday, April 28, from 5.30-8.30pm.

Everyone who wishes to take part can be involved in the show, which will appear on August 2 and 3 at the Cecil Hepworth Playhouse in Walton. The approximate cost will be £75 per cast member.

There will be a read-through of the show on the evening of Wednesday, April 24. For more details, visit www.axisyouthproductions.co.uk.

* Please note, this article originally listed the audition venue as Feltham Community College
at Feltham Community College, but the location has been changed.

by Robert Cumber at April 05, 2013 09:22 AM

March 14, 2013

Hounslow Chronicle (Feltham, Bedfont and Hanworth)

Dance school children to perform at Feltham charity gala

DANCE club Dansicality will host their annual community gala for charity next week.

Local schoolchildren who attend Dansicality classes located in Feltham, Whitton and Twickenham, will showcase their talented work in an on stage performance on March 23.

A team of teachers who run weekly sessions for children as well as a group for adults with supported learning needs, will this year raise money for SANDS (Stillbirth and Neonatal Death) charity.

The gala starts at 5pm and will be held in the main hall at Feltham Community College.

Tickets cost £10 on the door.

Visit www.dansicality.co.uk/team/index.html

by Salina Patel at March 14, 2013 04:32 PM

March 13, 2013

Hounslow Chronicle (Isleworth)

Police issue warning after crooks target elderly man

POLICE have urged people to be alert after an attempted burglary, in which two men pretended to be from the water board.

The crooks knocked at the door of an elderly man in Isleworth on March 3, at about 7pm.

They claimed they were from the water board and needed to come inside to turn his water off as there was a problem.

But their intended victim was wise to the danger and demanded ID, which they could not produce.

The men are both white and believed to be aged 25-30.

One is about 6ft, heavily built, with short dark hair and was wearing all black clothing. He had a heavy lisp.

The other is of medium build, about 5ft8. He was wearing jeans and a dark top.

A police spokesman urged members of the public to follow the elderly man's example and always ask for ID before granting strangers entry to their house.

Anyone who is concerned should call the police on 101, or 999 in an emergency.

Anyone with information about the attempted burglary is asked to call Hounslow CID on 020 8247 6160 or Crimestoppers, free and anonymously, on 0800 555 111.

by Robert Cumber at March 13, 2013 05:49 PM

January 16, 2013

Waterman's Cinema

The Impossible

On Boxing Day in 2004 a tsunami took local Thai people and tourists by surprise, smashing through beachfront areas and carrying all before it. Among those swept away were the Alvarez...

January 16, 2013 12:44 PM

Life of Pi

Yann Martel’s 2001 novel ‘Life of Pi’ divided readers: some found its wide-eyed spirituality and magic-realist invention intoxicating, while others choked on...

January 16, 2013 12:44 PM

November 22, 2011

Freedom of Movement of Labour

It was sent on October 23rd. I dont seem to have had an acknowledgement. Yours sincerely, Charles Bell Successful.
Follow up sent to Hounslow Borough Council by Charles Bell on 22 November 2011.

November 22, 2011 04:26 PM

Freedom of Movement of Labour

Dear Mr Bell I apologise for the delay however I am experiencing some technical issues in locating the date of original request sent to this Authority... Successful.
Response by Hounslow Borough Council to Charles Bell on 22 November 2011.

November 22, 2011 12:26 PM

September 30, 2011

Hounslow Chronicle (Isleworth)

Alzheimer Walk In Isleworth

Staff, residents, friends of Barchester Atfield House undertook a fund raising walk around St John's Park Isleworth in aid of the Alzheimer Society on Sunday 25th September 2011.

Also, in attendance was Jennie Whitford from our local branch of the Alzhiemers Society.

The event was well supported on an unexpected glorious sunny day and following the walk, Pimm's and a cream tea were served in the garden at Atfield House, where a raffle and donations raised funds of £89.00.

by Lima Curtis at September 30, 2011 09:54 AM

August 04, 2010

Nando's, Hounslow

Although the take away food was excellent as ever, the whole eating experience was ruined by by ...

Although the take away food was excellent as ever, the whole eating experience was ruined by by two things. It took over 38 minutes to arrive and I ordered two kids meals and asked if instead of the ice lolly and the other option, if i could have a glass of soft drink instead. The manager promptly refused. My kids do not like the options given. ...

August 04, 2010 11:44 AM

May 04, 2010

Liberal Party News

"Fight to the finish," say Hounslow Lib Dems

In a campaign that has seen the Liberal Democrats overtake Labour in this constituency at the bookies - and receive endorsement from local resident, actor and campaigner Colin Firth - it is now clear that the local contest on Thursday 6th May will go right to the wire. Cllr Andrew Dakers, Liberal Democrat prospective MP for Brentford & Isleworth Constituency, the main challenger to both Labour and Conservatives, says every vote for the Liberal Democrats will count more than ever this time.

Cllr Andrew Dakers, Liberal Democrat prospective MP, said:

"Ann Keen has been losing support for over a decade. She is a deeply unpopular MP. With a swing of 9% again from Labour to the Lib Dems we can provide people with a new approach and more accessible representation in Parliament.

"Over the past few weeks we have experienced a phenomenal ground swell of support with financial donations, new volunteers and poster sites flowing in thick and fast. This election is now going right to the wire.

"Brentford and Isleworth needs real change. I have been rooted in the community my entire life, people know me as a hard-working local councillor and a committed environmentalist.

"If elected as your new MP, I will work with Nick Clegg and the Liberal Democrats to ensure that change comes about. A fairer tax system. A fair chance for every child. A fair future: creating jobs by making Britain greener. A fairer voting system where you have the right to sack your MP.

"It is time for a fundamental change in British politics. Labour promised electoral reform in 1997 but failed to deliver it. The Conservatives are opposed to it. Both Labour and Conservative supported the de-regulation of the financial sector that led to the economic crisis. Only the Lib Dems warned against it.

"Don't let the old parties scare you with their negative attacks. Don't let the old parties tell you that things can't be different. They can be.

"With your support on tomorrow Britain can have real change with the Liberal Democrats."

NOTES TO EDITORS

1. Andrew Dakers' campaign can be followed at www.andrewdakers.com and he will be 'Tweeting' throughout Election Day.

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May 04, 2010 11:00 PM

April 30, 2010

Liberal Party News

Undecided voters swing to Lib Dems following final Leaders Debate

Nick Clegg MPLast night was the final of the three televised Leaders' debates. Leader of the Liberal Democrats, Nick Clegg, debated with Gordon Brown and David Cameron about the economy. Subjects discussed included breaking up the banks, creating more jobs and reinvigorating the British economy.

Most post-debate polls scored this final debate to David Cameron, but again put Nick Clegg clearly ahead of Gordon Brown. An analysis by pollsters Angus Reid of previously undecided voters who watched the debate gave Nick Clegg 37%, David Cameron 25%, Gordon Brown 22% and Not sure 16%. Angus Reid found that 32% of undecided voters say they are now more likely to vote for the Liberal Democrats after watching the final debate, with just 18% Conservative and 15% Labour.

In his closing statement at the final leaders' debate, Liberal Democrat Leader Nick Clegg said:

"Everything I've said during these three television debates is driven by my simple belief that if we do things differently this time, we can create a fairer, better Britain.

"As you decide how to cast your vote, of course you'll be told by these two, that real change is dangerous, that it can't be done.

"Don't let anyone scare you from following your instincts. Together next week we can change Britain for good.

"Just think how many times you've been given lots of promises by these two old parties - only to discover when they get into Government that nothing really changes.

"We can do so much better than that this time.

"Of course I can't guarantee that every problem you face will be solved overnight. But I can guarantee that I will work tirelessly to deliver greater fairness for you.

"Fairer taxes, so that you pay less but people at the top pay their fair share.

"A fair start, smaller class sizes, for your children.

"A different approach to the economy.

"And open, decent politics which you can trust once again.

"I believe all this can happen. This is your election. This is your country.

"When you go to vote next week, choose the future you really want. If you believe like I do that we can do things differently this time, then together we will really change Britain.

"Don't let anyone tell you it can't happen. It can. This time, you can make the difference."

Published and promoted by Dan Purchese on behalf of Hounslow Liberal Democrats at 3 The Greenway, Hounslow, TW4 7AJ
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April 30, 2010 05:09 PM

March 25, 2009

Uxbridge Gazette Heathrow Third Runway Campaign

T5 marks one year anniversary as campaigners vow 'no more expansion'

TODAY marks exactly one year since the disastrous opening of Terminal 5 which was hailed as state-of-the-art but instead spent many months derided as simply 'a state.'

by Uxbridge Gazette at March 25, 2009 02:45 PM

March 09, 2009

Uxbridge Gazette Heathrow Third Runway Campaign

Sipson mourns loss of Jack Clark

SIPSON'S oldest resident who proudly supported the anti-Heathrow expansion campaign and became one of its most endearing figureheads has died.

by Uxbridge Gazette at March 09, 2009 05:31 PM

March 17, 2008

Brentford and Isleworth Conservatives

London Mayoral and Greater London Assembly elections

The campaign for the Mayoral and Greater London Assembly elections is now well underway and Boris Johnson and Tony Arbou...

March 17, 2008 12:00 AM

March 14, 2007

Brentford and Isleworth Conservatives

Pupils highlight plane noise problem to Minister

Hounslow Council's campaign against Heathrow expansion is gaining new momentum, following renewed interest from leading ...

March 14, 2007 12:00 AM