Upgraded family hub officially opened in Hayes
A REFITTED family hub in Hayes was formally opened on Wednesday (6), offering a range of family services under one roof.
Uxbridge war bunker offers new Christmas options
IF you’re looking for activities that offer a break from the usual Christmas grottos, the Battle of Britain Bunker and Visitor Centre at Uxbridge has a sack full of activities.
Bargains to be snapped up at Hillingdon's oasis of calm
IF you’re looking for a real Christmas tree, wreath or floral decoration, then pay a visit to the council-run Hillingdon Rural Activities Garden Centre in West Drayton Road, Hillingdon.
Uxbridge bank appeals for donations to stock food bank
METRO Bank in Uxbridge is collecting donations to help support Hillingdon Foodbank as part of its Christmas Community Campaign.
Opinion: BBC now a threat to all local newspapers
Local newspaper editors are calling on the BBC to abandon its plans to roll out local news websites in areas already served by independent publishers
Patron saint of tunnellers asked to look after HS2 staff
TO celebrate the Patron Saint of Tunnellers and Miners, St Barbara, an Ealing priest today (4) blessed the two tunnel boring machines to be used on taking the HS2 rail line underground.
Hillingdon turns up the heat on housing damp problems
A NEW online system to track and tackle cases of damp and mould in social housing more effectively is being pioneered in Hillingdon.
The London Underground station said to be haunted each year at Christmas by ‘woman in red scarf’
It's a fairly unremarkable station at first glance, but it's inspired a chilling Christmas tale
Hillingdon counter-fraud team are Grand Prix winners
THE highest accolade of Grand Prix winner was awarded to Hillingdon Council’s counter-fraud team at the Public Finance Awards in London.
Hopes grow of extra cash to help Hillingdon asylum efforts
HILLINGDON Council is calling on the Government to consider extra help for boroughs with higher numbers of asylum seekers.
End in sight for repair work at Battle of Britain Bunker
WORK to repair water leaks air ventilation system at the historic Battle of Britain Bunker in Uxbridge are nearing completion.
AD FEATURE: Put a visit to The Chimes at the top of your list this Christmas
Look forward to fun, food, and festivities this December, as well as late-night shopping and the chance to visit Santa's House
West London residents beg council to stop 'ludicrous' Uxbridge Library relocation plans
The plan would see the library reduced from six floors to one
Uxbridge College performing arts staff win national honour
STAFF in the Performing Arts Department at Uxbridge College were one of four London winners in the Pearson National Teaching Awards, considered the ‘Oscars’ of the profession.
Faiths unite in peace call at Hillingdon mosque event
HILLINGDON’S Ahmadiyya Muslim Community in brought together faiths and communities on Sunday (26) as part of a global #VoicesForPeace campaign, for peace in the Israel-Palestine conflict.
AD FEATURE: Affordable flat shares for key workers at Northwick Park Village
Sovereign Network Group provides homes below-market rent to people who can’t afford average private rents
Hillingdon girl, 4, loses both legs and 5 fingers after sore throat turned out to be far more serious
The four-year-old has not let the amputation steal her 'love for life'
Uxbridge girl, 10, sings to star audience at Cancer UK Gala
AN Uxbridge girl performed to a star-studded audience as part of a children’s choir at the Children with Cancer UK Gala.
Hillingdon motor cycle restorer's work boosts Royal Brompton
A CUSTOM bike builder from Hillingdon has been restoring motor cycles to raise money for Royal Brompton heart and lung hospital.
Hillingdon marks White Ribbon Day for women and girls
A SPONSORED walk and candlelight vigil are among the activities Hillingdon Council is hosting as part of White Ribbon Day on Saturday (25).