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Speak Lord: Of mercy, oh, speak of mercy

The responsorial Psalm picks up the theme of mission and salvation that is heard in the Gospel for Sunday.

Let us see, O Lord, your mercy, and give us your saving help.

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Conquest and White Lodge Rewind

On resolving document IT upload issues for the major planning application, (a free school for 1,400+ four to eighteen year olds on the Conquest/White Lodge Club site) Hounslow Council is writing again to residents. 218 more words


National Trust gardens star once again in Open Garden Squares Weekend

The National Trust is inviting visitors to enjoy and explore the unique gardens of seven of its London properties on 13 and 14 June as part of Open Garden Squares Weekend 2015. 768 more words

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Clubs grounds: Nishkam Free School exhibits this week

Wednesday 20.5.2015 3.00pm to 8.00pm

and Saturday 23.5.2015 10.30am to 2.00pm

Osterley Park Hotel, Corner of Wood Lane and Great West Road, TW7 5NA

More than three years since last meeting residents, the owners of Nishkam free school are exhibiting plans for the Conquest and White Lodge Clubs site. 77 more words


Hurried letters are no substitute for consultation

After a two year wait but in the space of just 12 hours, on 5 and 6 May 2015 some residents who would be affected by a development on the Conquest Club site received two letters. 377 more words


6 Reasons to Vote for Mary Macleod

The Big Day is finally here! It’s May 7th, you’re in the polling booth, and you’re holding that stubby old pencil in your hand… Now – where to put your cross? 533 more words


Conquest and White Lodge Clubs: McLeod lets the cat out of the bag

Bigger than you thought, little people, prepare yourselves.

On Tuesday 28.4.2015, a couple of hours after residents met at the gates of the White Lodge Club, Syon Lane for a photo to mark their seeing off of the Education Funding Agency’s big grey fence, Mary McLeod’s bag carrier, former councillor Barbara Reid was busy arranging a meeting of not nearly enough concerned locals for last night at the Wycombe House Club, Jersey Road and elsewhere.. 309 more words