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Explore parks across the borough this spring

Residents and visitors are being encouraged to find out what parks across the borough have to offer now they are beginning to burst into colour.

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Easter activities in the borough

Young people in H&F have little chance of being bored over the Easter holiday period.

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Make it a sporting springtime

There's no better time to get out and about and try one of H&F's many sporting activities.

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Four weeks to register to vote

There are now four weeks to go before registration to vote in this year’s elections closes.

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Broadband vouchers for businesses

Small businesses in H&F can apply for a scheme that could speed up their broadband connection.

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Regeneration granted permission

Plans to regenerate large areas of Shepherds Bush and Earls Court have been approved.


Get involved with ArtsFest

Local people, businesses and artists are all being encouraged to get involved with a borough-wide event celebrating the cultural richness of Hammersmith & Fulham (H&F).

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Millions to be spent improving roads and pavements

Close to £4million has been set aside for road and pavement improvement work over the next 12 months.


One year on... what have we achieved in Public Health

Health isn’t just something we get in the doctor’s surgery. It’s something that starts in our families and homes, in our schools and workplaces, in our playgrounds and parks, on our high streets and in the air we breathe, the food we eat and the water we drink.


Fines for filthy habits

The manager of a sandwich company has been fined after pleading guilty to fly-tipping bags of rubbish in Hammersmith.

Children go green

Hammersmith Town Hall’s council chamber was taken over by 80 Year 6 children last week as they debated green issues.

Borough prepares for celebration of literature

A month-long celebration of literature has begun, with events workshops and screenings planned.

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Benefits cheat must repay £91k

A fraudster has been ordered to repay more than £91,000 of illegal benefit claims.

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Cycling event route announced

The route for two cycle road races this summer has been announced today (March 20).

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Fit-out for fitness centre

Residents in Hammersmith & Fulham are enjoying their work-outs in a newly refurbished fitness centre as improvements to Hammersmith Fitness and Squash Centre reach their final stages.


Clean up call up

Local community groups, youth clubs, small businesses and schools are being called on to apply for grants of up to £1,500 and a free starter kit for the Mayor of London’s Capital Clean-up.

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Bargain hunters' paradise

Few shops survive 20 years, but North End Road Market has traded for 125 years.


New top cop to use technology to make borough safer

Chief Superintendent Gideon Springer started work in the borough last Monday (March 3).


Three low tax councils scoop innovation award

Three of the country's low-tax councils have won national recognition for their innovation.


Pay by Direct Debit and win

Residents in Hammersmith & Fulham (H&F) have the chance to win £25,000 if they sign up to pay their council tax by Direct Debit.

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Support Charity Not Crime

Backing given to a campaign that aims to prevent charitable donations ending up in the pockets of organised criminals or terrorists.


A stack of activities on offer at Hammersmith and Fulham libraries

Fancy taking part in a writing workshop, or perhaps poetry is more your thing? Perhaps you could take the kids to a craft club or better still, two hours of fun on Saturdays at the Kids’ Club?


Glow-in-the-dark path lights up park

A glow-in-the-dark path is lighting the way for park users in Fulham after H&F embraces ‘Starpaths’.


Help shape our adult health and care services

Ambitious plan launched to revolutionise how care and support is provided across three boroughs.


DofE awards given out at Hammersmith Town Hall

More than 75 young people have picked up bronze and silver DofE awards.


Fulham pupil named Young Chef of the Year

A 15-year-old pupil at a Fulham secondary has been named the Young Chef of the Year 2014.


Family fun and more at Fulham Palace in February and beyond

If you’re looking for a fun, free family day out on a Sunday, make sure you head down to Fulham Palace and pop in to the Bishops Park Fine Foods and Farmers Market.

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