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July 29th, 2010

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What's happened in Acton W3

Horn Lane Post Office: Police Update
Three men injured but not seriously

Chiswick Man Charged With Acton Stabbing
27 year old victim remain in 'critical but stable' condition

Councillors Put a Stop to Residents’ Bollards
Opting for no entry as solution to Gunnersbury cut through problem

Man Dies in Gunnersbury Avenue Accident
Two others survive crash after driver loses control of car

Council Goes To Work on Acton Town Hall Regeneration
Providing new swimming pools, a library, leisure facilities and community spaces 


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Greenpeace Activists Disable BP Petrol Stations
Stopping flow of fuel but local stations “selling petrol as normal” 

Reports of Robbery at Horn Lane Post Office
Helicopter hovers over area as Police arrive at scene

Could You Be an Olympic Ambassador?
Mayor begins search for welcoming faces

Capital’s Cycle Hire Scheme Already Proving Popular
Safety video for new, rusty or current cyclists to polish up their on-the-road skills

Last Chance to Vote on Congestion Charge Renewal
Western extension online consultation closes soon


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Transport Police Release E-fit of Man Killed at North Acton
Officers seek help from public to establish his identity

Local Women Race for Life
Workers from Groundwork charity join fundraising effort

Motorcycles in Bus Lanes - New Trial Begins
Safety campaign, BikeSafe training and speeding enforcement

OFT Warns Against Increase In Rogue Traders
those offering home maintenance work during summer months

Angie Bray's Newsletter
Ealing Central and Acton MP July 2010: Issue 2


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Free Swimming Still Floating All Summer
Council keeps scheme going in W3 for youngsters and over 60’s

Council Contracts Worth Up To £100m Being Tendered
Rubbish, street cleaning and parks maintenance up for grabs 

Is This Really Britain's Most Terrifying Junction?
It's our very own Hanger Lane Gyratory

Check Your Lottery Ticket!
Almost £100,000 unclaimed - winning ticket from Ealing 

Attack of the Flying Ants
Reports of insects swarming throughout Ealing 

Climate Change and the London Plan
Developers opposed to high targets in CO2 emissions


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Windblown Pollution in Horn Lane

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What's happening in Acton W3

WASPS Rugby and Five-a-Side Football
Fantastic opportunities for young people to get active this Summer

Local Club Seeks Footballers
Acton and Ealing Whistlers

Dog Watch and Police Surgeries
Southfield Safer Neighbourhood Team hosts events throughout August


Property in Acton

Homes for sale in the W3 area Homes to let in the W3 area


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