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Through the fog.

A few photos taken on a dog walk one foggy morning. The trees appear skeleton-like through the mist, creating an eerie mood. Their lower branches have been shaped by cows that graze in the field.

BTEC Level 3 Photography

11 November 2016: Borough Road, Isleworth

While guns were heard firing in the distance elsewhere, the usual Armistice Day gathering at Borough Road, Isleworth this morning.

Residents, pupils from Isleworth & Syon, Green and Ashton House Schools together with the Vicar from St Mary’s and Priest from St Vincents gathered and took part in short and simple reflection and the two minutes silence at this annual event. 32 more words


Former Shell Syon Gate Garage plot: Sky

Progressing the development of its HQ and movement of personnel from other locations on Great West Road, the Sky corporation is seeking stop gap staff parking. 150 more words


Former Shell Syon Gate Garage plot: High

Back in 2008, permission was gained by the owners of this former Shell petrol station and Contitrades House site opposite Homebase on Syon Lane, Isleworth for a self storage facility but that didn’t happened. 278 more words


Osterley Library has friends

Longer term residents will be familiar with this one.

Though, no matter how long people have had the pleasure to live in Osterley & Spring Grove Ward, Hounslow’s largest and greenest, everyone should by now be aware of the scale of unnecessary cuts in government funding in name of austerity. 380 more words


Southern Fail: Sadiq would do better

Claire Perry MP couldn’t hack sorting it and resigned as Railways Minister last week.  Labour Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, on the other hand is keen to take responsibility where hapless ministers and private sector pirates continue to fail commuters. 191 more words


Freeloaders to be nabbed

Hounslow Council’s planners advise, “agents’ boards will be a breach of the advertisement regulations if not placed on the property to which they relate.  If they are on the highway, then the highway authority can remove them and it is normally the highway authority that would enforce in such cases.” 164 more words