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March 13th, 2009


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What's happened in Acton W3

Vanilla to Leave Acton
Ethical deli/coffee shop to close

Regenerate the Borough? Yes We Cannes!
Councillor and Officers attend international property conference in the South of France

Low Down And Dirty
Local authorities come bottom of the heap with dealing with street litter

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Rubbish is Too Much for Resident on The Vale
Keith Clarke's impassioned plea to Ealing Council

Van Brings Despair to Churchfield Road Businesses
Shopkeepers forced to subsidise tickets to keep customers

Gunnersbury Boys School Head teacher Loses His Battle With Cancer
Colleagues, parents and pupils mourn the loss of John Heffernan MA

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Have Your Say on Ealing's Acute Trauma and Stroke Services
Consultation events and Scrutiny Panels

Wedges to Mash: Potato Lesson for Local Children
Grow your own potatoes project launches in Acton

Have you seen Ahsan Pijlman?
Man from Acton Missing Since Last Tuesday

Newcomer Lazeez Attracts Critic's Attention
Time Out reviewer takes a trip to Acton

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Forthcoming Tube and Rail Track Closures
Local services affected by engineering works this weekend

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What's happening in Acton W3

Free Showing of Brendan Behan Film
West London Trades Union Club on March 21st

John Perryn Primary School Open Day
To say 'goodbye' to old buildings before construction programme

Easter Bazaar at Our Lady of Lourdes
Fund raising event at the Parish Hall

Invitation to Hear William Hague Speak
From Ealing Central and Acton Conservatives

Win It In A Minute 2009
7th Annual Business Networking Event

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