5 Halloween trick or treat safety tips

Halloween is upon us again! If you or your child is planning on trick or treating tonight then, here are some tips to help them stay safe this year: Never go into a stranger’s house! Don’t go alone – make sure a  responsible adult or guardian goes with you Only knock on doors of homes

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Family Friendly October half-term activities in Hounslow

The school half-term is approaching which can be an expensive time for those with young children to entertain. But don’t worry if you’re looking for family friendly things to do to keep them busy if your budget is tight because we have found a selection of FREE activities for you to consider. From parkour to

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Where can Hounslow residents sign Books of Condolences for Queen Elizabeth II

Following the announcement of the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, Hounslow Council have opened books of condolences across libraries in the borough.  On Friday 9 September, the following public buildings opened for residents to write in the books of condolences:  Feltham Library, The Centre, High Street, Feltham TW13 4GU Feltham Lodge, 40 Harlington

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‘My favourite parks’ with Councillor Guy Lambert

This week is national Love Parks Week. Organised by the Tidy Britain Group, it’s an annual celebration of the green and open spaces that are right on our doorsteps. The ones that many of us take for granted.  With more than 120 parks and open spaces in Hounslow, our borough has plenty to celebrate. In

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Leisure and fun in Chiswick

Visit 1: Retail Therapy – half day Once a residential village, is now a very upmarket area of London Chiswich offers a lovely day out to visitors.  At its heart is the bustling, tree lined Chiswick High Road is crammed with modern and vintage furniture shops, gift and home accessory stores and many fashion retailers.   

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