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LATEST - H&F Joins Councils Launching High Court Battle Against Heathrow Plans
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Ideas Wanted For Disused Hammersmith Rail Viaduct
Competition launched for best ideas for transforming track through town centre
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Town Centre Development Heats Up Hammersmith Property Market
Sales soar at Sovereign Court but overall outlook remains uncertain
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Do You Know Someone Who Deserves a Civic Honour?
There's still time to nominate Hammersmith & Fulham's heroes for well deserved awards
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Council Sends Message of Unity to New Zealand
Leader Stephen Cowan says: 'We stand in solidarity with victims'
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Fulham Reach Rower Schuyler Wins Scholarship to Eton
Hammersmith boat club provided 'stepping stone' to elite college for White city teenager
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ULEZ Charge to Be Introduced Next Month
Check if your vehicle will be affected in Central London
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Do You Know the People in These Photographs?
Police ask for help finding owner of camera found in Abbey Gardens
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Charing Cross Hydrotherapy Pool Set for Closure
NHS Trust asks for views on proposals to switch to 'land-based' therapies
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Boy Charged with Murder Due to Appear at Old Bailey
15 year-old charged with stabbing Ayub Hassan in West Kensington
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West Ken Residents 'Being Held Hostage' by Capco
Campaigners tell Earls Court developer: 'Hand back our homes!'
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Phoenix Academy's Kai is Young Chef of the Year
His Mapo Tofu Noodles curry favour with judges of H&F cooking contest
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Farage-Led Brexit Protest to Pass Through Hammersmith
March to Leave set to follow Thames Path from Chiswick to Westminster
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LAMDA President Benedict Cumberbatch Meets New Director
Acclaimed theatre director Sarah Frankcom 'thrilled' to join college in Talgarth Road
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Riverside Studios On Schedule to Reopen This Summer
Venue to launch 'in phases' with TV Studios now inviting booking enquiries
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Former Mayor Michael Cartwright Awarded H&F's Highest Honours
Long serving councillor given Freedom of the Borough and made an alderman
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New Grants Launched by Port of London Authority
Available to organisations boosting rowing, paddling and other sports
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Emery Walker's House Reopens This Weekend
Three months of textile restoration at 7 Hammersmith Terrace completed
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What a Difference a Year Makes!
This was the snowy scene in Hammersmith this week in 2018
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West King Street Renewal Project Gets Go Ahead
Plans include new look for Town Hall plus cinema and over 200 homes
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Packed Public Meeting Discusses Airport Plans
Residents ' stunned' to hear an extra 25,000 flights planned by 2022
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West Londoners Pay Most for Pet Insurance
Premiums are more than double other parts of the country
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What's Happening with Repairs to Hammersmith Bridge?
Barnes Bugler Sarah Arthur updates on the closure or lack of closure of the bridge
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Was Hammersmith's Harold Jones 'Jack the Stripper'?
BBC documentary reveals new evidence about identity of prolific serial killer
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District Line Celebrates 150th Anniversary
With series of events including steam train running through Central London
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West 12 Centre Faces Radical Redevelopment
Lidl to close ahead of part demolition and creation of 700+ new homes
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Green Light for Billion Pound Plan to Transform Olympia
Council go ahead for 'arts, entertainment, events and creative business quarter'
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Families Welcome Plans for Safer Cycling in King Street
New W6 campaign group ask for safe route to be added as soon as possible
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Previously on HammersmithToday.co.uk
An archive of stories published in this site's newsletter
John Parnham Kidz Kingdom Children's Fair
Fun for all the family in Ravenscourt Park
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Zen Maitri’s Natural Health Apothecary
Inside the latest arrival on Turnham Green Terrace
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St Peter's Quidam Programme Continues in March
Join a Forget-Me-Not recital in memory of mothers and grandmothers
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Horror-ific Spring in Store at the Lyric Hammersmith
Tickets now on sale for Ghost Stories and fearsome Friday Night Films
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Help H&F Foodbank to Fun Children's Holiday Meal Camps
By visiting charity pop-up fair at St Mary's Church in Putney
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Apothecary Gallery Scottish Wildlife Photo Exhibition Extended
Due to popular demand Lynn Stout's work is on show throughout March
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Hammersmith Community Gardens Association Events in March
Including men in sheds taster, cooking sessions and refugee gardening group
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Powerful Performances Depict Men on Opposite Side of Race Divide
Liz Vercoe reviews Blood Knot at Richmond's Orange Tree Theatre
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Meet Local Police and Share a Cuppa with a Copper
Safer Neighbourhood Teams go out and about in March
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Forthcoming Roadworks in Hammersmith
Expect delays this week on Fulham Palace and Talgarth Roads
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Transport Disruption in Hammersmith This Weekend
No District Line service south of Earls Court
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Normand Park Hosts Free Weekly Yoga Classes
Saturday morning on offer from Our Parks
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Entertainment in South and West London
Book for the 39th West London Local History Conference
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What's On at Hammersmith Library in 2019
Meet others who enjoy reading, chess, creative writing and crochet and knitting
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H&F Libraries Also Have Regular Events for Children
Subjects include reading, arts and crafts, languages and Lego
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Could You Foster a Child?
Find out at monthly information sessions
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Snowshoes or Sandals?
Find out in our weather forecast for Hammersmith
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What's on in Hammersmith
A fuller listing of events in the local area
Song Of The Heart Festival March 30th at The Study Society
A Unique Celebration of Music, Poetry, Sacred Chant, and Movement at The Study Society’s home at Colet House in Barons Court.
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Do You Want A New Job In 2019?
Jenny Williams Coaching help talented people to get the job they deserve
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A Sublime Symphony of Flavours
Experience Chakra Kensington 's new seasonal menu with an exclusive Neighbour Net offer
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Villa di Geggiano Introduces Its New Conference Suite
Perfectly suited for the out of office meetings
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Grove Neighbourhood Centre
Your local community centre
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Two Top Chefs Join Team at Sam's Riverside
Rowley Leigh is Culinary Director and Harvey Trollope is Head Chef at new Hammersmith brasserie
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Every High Street Should Have a Gem Like L'Amorosa
Penny Flood tucks in at Hammersmith's only Michelin Bib Gourmand restaurant
Foxtons Announce Loss of £17.2 Million in 2018
Agent with three H&F branches says market 'toughest we have ever had'
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First Signs of Revival for Hammersmith Property Market
With strong demand from families for traditional terraced houses
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Victoria Beckham's Hammersmith HQ Sold for £16.8 Million
But sale is not expected to affect her fashion company's ten year lease
Police Urge Public to Help in Battle Against Crime
Issuing guidelines for communities to help keep streets safe
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Give Your Support to London's Busiest Foodbank
By donating essential items at points around the borough
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Latest Hammersmith Jobs
Employment opportunities in the local area
Looking for two people to witness our wedding in Hammersmith!
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Do you have a room to rent?
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QPR inquiry into youth abuse
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Want to sing? Come and join the Addison Singers
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