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12 enchanting woodland walks in London that will feel like you're in the countryside

London has a wealth of gorgeous woodland waiting to be explored

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The 6 London boroughs with no London Underground stations at all - and the areas with the most

1 lucky borough has a staggering 32 Tube stations to choose from

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Hillingdon youngsters join Global Lullabies shows

GLOBAL Lullabies, a project that empowers primary school children from migrant and refugee backgrounds to celebrate their cultural heritage through music and storytelling, is to feature in Hillingdon.

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A40 section to close for wide load on Sunday night

A STRETCH of the A40 Western Avenue, between Target Roundabout and Greenford Roundabout will be closed to traffic from late this Sunday (9) until the early hours of Monday.

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'Inter-active' underpass helps upgrade Hayes town centre

AS part of improvements to Hayes town centre, Hillingdon Council has officially opened the Station Road interactive underpass and completed its £141,000 refurbishment of Blyth Road car park.  

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Library pair honoured for creating young people's space in Hayes

 

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Hillingdon Picnic in the Park will be free to all visitors

PEOPLE in Hillingdon are invited to join the Mayor, Cllr Colleen Sullivan at her Picnic in the Park on Saturday, June 29, in Barra Hall Park, Hayes, from midday to 5pm.

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London's best place to live in 2024 named as 'area for the wealthy' as every borough ranked

The best place to live in London has been decided by MyLondon readers

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Labour promises to finish rebuild of St Mary’s Hospital and Charing Cross Hospital but won’t say when

Labour has also committed to finishing upgrades of two more - Hillingdon Hospital and Whipps Cross University Hospital

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Hillingdon school pays early farewell to Class of 24

 

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The top-rated outdoor swims and lidos in London according to Google reviews - with one heated to a balmy 28 degrees

Most of London's lidos are heated for a comfortable dip in all weathers

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Heathrow Airport baggage handler left with brain damage after scarf caught in conveyor belt

Her family demand her employer pays the care bill

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New EV charging points opening across Hillingdon sites

A TOTAL of 32 new electric vehicle chargers have gone live in Hillingdon.

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Greenford-Hayes route to feature latest eco-friendly buses

THE E6 bus route from Greenford Broadway to Bulls Bridge Tesco via Hayes and Harlington station is to have new state-of-the-art buses.

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Borough takes direct control of West Drayton leisure project

WORK on the new Platinum Jubilee Leisure Centre, under construction in West Drayton, is being directly managed by Hillingdon Council  

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ACS Hillingdon students showcase stage hit at music festival

STUDENTS from ACS International School Hillingdon, aged 10-17,  took part in Music For Youth at Harrow Arts Centre, where they showcased a performance of Footloose.

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Semi-pro footballers jailed after police bust drugs gang

POLICE have dismantled a drugs gang made up of semi-pro footballers who conspired to supply cocaine with a street value of more than £200m.

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Ayckbourn classic to celebrate Ruislip group's centenary

FOR its next production, Ruislip Dramatic Society returns to the Compass Theatre with a riotous and intricate Alan Ayckbourn comedy, A Chorus of Disapproval.

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London borough sees house prices soar way faster than inflation

Almost all areas of London saw a faster increase than inflation, but one area in particular is rapidly becoming very popular

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London's new constituencies for General Election 2024 and the old ones they replaced

The latest polling suggests Labour will retain its stranglehold on the capital, with 50 per cent of Londoners expected to vote red and just 17 per cent backing the Conservatives