11 September , 2020

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What's Happened in Brentford

New Cluster of Covid-19 Cases in Brentford
Rising concern as borough wide rise seems to be affecting area

Hounslow Council Ditch Fusion To Run Leisure Centres in-house
Reopening on a phased bases not expected to start until November

Lack of Distancing at School Gate Blamed for Local Covid-19 Spike
Daily rate in Hounslow borough rises to highest level since April

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New Report Says Third of Jobs at Risk in Borough
Hounslow Council wants urgent support for aviation communities

Weekly Update From Councillor Guy Lambert
Cyclists breaking the law in a specific and limited way

Ruth Cadbury Urges Chancellor to Extend Furlough Scheme
Brentford & Isleworth MP says her constituency will be especially hard hit

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Mulberry Centre Wants Support from Will Power
Cancer support charity making an appeal in Remember a Charity Week

Greens Call for A Cross London 20mph Speed Limit
Assembly Member writes to minister urging restriction be made mandatory

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Consultation Begins into Parking Charges at Richmond Park
Hourly charge of up to £2 proposed with six hour maximum stay

Disruption on Public Transport in Brentford
Tube and train services hit by engineering works this weekend

Forthcoming Roadworks in Brentford
Traffic delays likely in the local area due to lane and road closures

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Stray Dog (Chow) Found

Grant Shapps tells councils to stop abusing £250m

Secondhand book sale to raise funds for the FoodBox

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Paramedics couldn't get to patient because of covid-bollards

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What's On in Brentford

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Films Coming Up at the Watermans Cinema
Screenings return in reduced a capacity auditorium

Brentford Voice to Hold Second Hand Book Sale
Funds raised to go towards Hounslow Community FoodBox

Brentford Thru My Lens Holds Photographic Exhibition 'Bygone Brentford'
Outdoor event is being hosted by the London Museum of Water & Steam

News from Nearby

Ealing: Council Submits Plans To Build Ealing's Tallest Building
26 storey tower proposed as part of massive Perceval House development

Chiswick: Remembering the Victims of the V2 Rocket Strike on Chiswick
Local history society carry out annual wreath laying ceremony

Acton: Council Give Consent for New Acton Cinema
Mark Kermode says it is 'seriously good news for film fans in west London'

Acton: Latest Figures Show Acton Virtually Covid-19 Free
Area appears to have escaped the rise in infection seen elsewhere

Acton: Man Fights for His Life After Market Place Assault
26-year-old local man in custody charged with GBH

Chiswick: BMW Steering Wheels Targeted in Bedford Park
Spate of thefts recently with very specific objective

Chiswick: Seven Thousand Attend Chiswick Flower Market Say Organisers
Event hailed as success with local shops reporting increased takings

Ealing: Anti-LTN March Taking Place This Saturday
Ealing protest one of a number being held across London

Wandsworth: Car Hits Parents and Children Outside Beatrix Potter Primary School
Air Ambulance in attendance after vehicle mounted pavement

Fulham: Man Found Guilty of West Brompton Murder
'Violent and manipulative' killer established total control of victim's life

Hammersmith: Active Discussions Taking Place About Hammersmith Ferry
The Port of London Authority confirms several possible schemes being considered

Putney: Man Found With Stab Wounds in Gwendolen Avenue
Police extend stop and search powers due to fears of further violence

Putney: West Putney Identified as Covid-19 Hot Spot
Rise of particular concern because of number of over 65s in the area

Shepherd's Bush: Prisoner On The Run May Be in Shepherd's Bush
Police appealing for help in tracing Terry Mcdonagh

Wandsworth: Arrest Made After Man Seen Wielding Machete on Garratt Lane
Witnesses reported that he was threatening people in Earlsfield

Wandsworth: Covid-19 Reported in Wandsworth Schools
Councils says 'handful of cases' was expected and prepared for

Wimbledon: Rush-Hour Traffic Ban For Streets Outside Wimbledon Schools
More 'School Streets' are being rolled out across Merton

Wimbledon: Merton Council Warns Of Large Scale Cuts On The Horizon
Stark warning as coronavirus effect causes £23 million budget gap

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