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Bake, ball and tread the boards this Easter holidays

Acting, kayaking, baking and basketball are among a host of activities available for young people this Easter holidays.

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Register to vote now!

There are less than 50 days to go until voters go to the polls to elect members of Parliament for the two constituencies in the borough: Hammersmith and Chelsea & Fulham.

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Young people re-elect leader of youth parliament

Young people were chosen to represent Hammersmith & Fulham at a ceremony this week.

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Princess Anne visits Sulgrave Youth Club in Shepherds Bush

The Sulgrave Youth Club opened its doors to Her Royal Highness, Princess Anne, earlier this month.

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Piccadilly Circus inspires young artists

The hustle and bustle of Piccadilly Circus inspired St Stephen's pupils to create works of art.

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Boat Race double as women join men on race day

On Saturday April 11, both a men’s and women’s boat race hits the Thames.

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Council calls on arts groups to join this year’s ArtsFest fun

Residents and artists can look forward to a summer arts jamboree across Hammersmith & Fulham – as HF ArtsFest will spread art of all kinds across the borough from June 8-14.

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Brackenbury and Normand Croft battle for Mayor’s Cup football trophies

Two closely fought finals took place in blazing sunshine in Hurlingham Park.

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Girls and boys invited to try out for borough's junior football team

A grant from the Football Association has given H&F the chance to set up a football team.

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Teams wanted for Fulham youth football tournament

Youth football teams are invited to take part in a one-off tournament at Fulham Boys School in Mund Street.

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Art exhibition helps boost Fulham breast cancer charity

A Fulham breast cancer charity is holding an art exhibition to raise funds for its vital work.

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Last chance to see public screening of new QPR film

The highs and lows of QPR’s 133-year-history captured on film.

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New sports project get kids active at Bayonne Estate

A new after-school sports project has been hailed a success.

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Don't be fooled by conmen claiming to be Trading Standards

Residents are being urged to be wary of conmen claiming to be Trading Standards officers after a spate of incidents in London and Surrey cost victims around  £170,000.

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Good Neighbours seek to become heart of Fulham community

The new director of a charity which provides companionship and practical help for the elderly and vulnerable is hoping they can help more people than ever this year.

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Young White City rapper ready to make his mark on the music world

If you want to find the next big rapper, look no further than White City. Meet NabsOra – aka Brian Alejandro – the Colombia-born 22-year-old who is on a mission to see his name in lights.

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Lyric reopens with much-loved musical Bugsy Malone

The Lyric Theatre is reopening with the much-loved musical Bugsy Malone.

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Pay your council tax – and win £25,000

Sign up to pay your council tax by direct debit and you could win £25,000!

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Good Shepherd swimmers make a splash at gala

Good Shepherd pupils made a splash by getting top spot in their 2015 swimming gala.

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Plan your visit to Emery Walker’s house before it closes for refurbishment

Hurry up art fans. You have from March 2 to the end of June before the house of the printer and collector, Sir Emery Walker, is closed for refurbishment.

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Celebrated Norwegian play to be performed at Barons Court

A play exploring the themes of desire, freedom and marriage will be performed in Barons Court this April.

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