Warwick Avenue station first opened on 31st January 1915, exactly 100 years ago today, as part of the Baker Street and Waterloo Railway’s extension from Paddington to Queens Park. 433 more words
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Goldhawk Road station first opened on 1st April 1914 on the Hammersmith and City Railway, part of the Metropolitan Railway. The line that we know now as the Hammersmith and City Line only came into being in 1990, when the Hammersmith and Barking route was separated from the wider Metropolitan Line identity, along with the East London Line. 467 more words
BWESTLONDON meets with fashion duo Anna Seven. Forget the Oslen twins, Susanna and Joanna are on a mission to become the new dominant fashion twosome. Like Mary-Kate and Ashley, Anna Seven have a clothing line called Anna Seven London which became popular due to Instagram and social media. 701 more words
By Julie Valeur
Ruislip welcomed a blood donation session on Saturday in sight of the World Cancer Day, at the beginning of February.
The NHS has been organizing those sessions all over the country as the World Cancer Day is approaching, taking place on the 4th February. 202 more words
By Jasmine Brathwaite
Hundreds flocked the streets outside Nigeria House in London yesterday in an anti-terror rally against Government lack of action.
The protest called ‘Nigerian Lives Matter’ began at 11am and involved over 500 people rallying outside the Nigerian Embassy on Northumberland Avenue. 435 more words