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Last week to have your say on 20mph speed limit proposals

Residents with views about a proposed 20mph speed limit in Hammersmith & Fulham have until Friday 31 July to have their say.

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Spend your August in Hammersmith and Fulham's Green Flag parks

At a loss for something to do this summer? Then why not spend some time in the parks and open spaces in H&F which have again been judged to be among the best in the country.


Council bucks the trend and now has no families with children in emergency bed and breakfasts

For the first time in four years, Hammersmith & Fulham Council has bucked a London trend by having no local families with children in emergency housing in bed & breakfasts.


Summer in the City events are go!

Welcome to the summer! And in Hammersmith & Fulham, that means our annual Summer in the City events are underway.

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Residents back council fight against sewer works sites

Residents are backing the council’s fight against the chaos which could be created by plans for a series of sewer works.


Drop in centre celebrates three decades helping the vulnerable and homeless

A drop-in centre for the homeless and vulnerable is celebrating its 30th birthday.


Hammersmith and Fulham Council backs residents in fight against bus route change

H&F Council voted to back residents’ fight against plans to change an important bus route.


Hammersmith and Fulham Council supports residents in fight against Heathrow expansion

Hammersmith & Fulham Council is fighting against plans to expand Heathrow, backing residents who fear it will be bad news for the borough.


Make travel plans now to avoid RideLondon road closures

There’s less than a week for H&F residents to make alternative travel plans to avoid this Sunday’s RideLondon cycling event.

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Free walking tours this summer

Free walking tours will highlight the history and culture of Fulham and Shepherds Bush.

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Next week is Playday!

A fun-packed day for all the family will be held in Ravenscourt Park on 5 August, 12-4pm.

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Watch out for poisonous caterpillars this summer

Residents are being urged to keep a look out for poisonous caterpillars in parts of the borough.


Book lovers’ record attempt at launch of Summer Reading Challenge

Young book lovers made pledges to read more as part of a world record attempt.


REVIEW: Soul legend Naomi Shelton gets down Under the Bridge

American gospel and soul legend Naomi Shelton has taken a lot of journeys in her life.


Council brings credit union services to White City

H&F Council has launched a credit union service in the heart of the White City Estate.


Count peacocks and painted ladies as they flutter by Hammersmith and Fulham

Residents are being encouraged to spend time seeing how many peacocks they can spot.


Primary school pupils impress judges in poetry competition

Passionate young poets impressed the judges and scooped an award after performing on the subject of peace.


Still time to help crack down on crime

There is still time to give your views about crime and anti-social behaviour to help ensure H&F Council, the police and other services are focusing on the most important local issues.

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New youth club launches for young people in West Kensington and Gibbs Green

A new club offering young people sports and technology learning has launched.


Register new births at a local children's centre and gain more than just a certificate

New borough parents still have the option to register births at a children’s centre.


Schools strong links with employers give students a head start

Sixth form students took part in a range of hands-on workshops and quizzed local bosses at a jobs fair.


Partially sighted youngsters introduced to life changing apps

Young people with visual impairments were introduced to a wide range of technology.


Fulham 10K gets a special runner as brave mum joins the race

Fulham’s first 10K has a special competitor – blade-runner and brave mum Victoria Milligan.


Trust bosses challenged over lack of business case for hospitals merger

Council health bosses challenged the board behind a contentious hospital merger.


Two scenes of Hammersmith in landmark Eric Ravilious exhibition in London

The bank of the Thames in Hammersmith is the setting of two paintings in a landmark exhibition.


After Wimbledon disappointment, Andy Murray returns to Barons Court

Andy Murray returns to Barons Court this week to try and conquer the French.


New breast cancer campaign targets women over 70

Women in H&F are being urged to see a doctor in an effort to fight breast cancer in over-70s.

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Tenants and residents share in the fun in Philpot Square

Smiles – and plenty of grandchildren! – as the residents of Philpot Square held a fun day.


Summer is the perfect time to get more active with activities in Hammersmith and Fulham

Summer is the perfect time to get a little bit more active. Did you know that just ten minutes of exercise twice a day can boost your overall wellbeing?

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