WHAT HAPPENED IN CHISWICK DURING FEBRUARY 2002
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PARENTS REACT TO SCHOOL CUTS - The Belmont Home Association responds to plans to cut education spending.
POP IDOL A VERY CHISWICK AFFAIR - The largest television poll in history which saw Will Young triumph with over 4 million votes had a very local flavour.
CHISWICK "HIGHEST TAXED AREA OF LONDON" - Newly released figures on parking charges show that Chiswick is paying over £2 million a year over two thirds of the Hounslow borough total which it is claimed make Chiswick the highest
CARDINAL MAKES HISTORIC VISIT TO CHISWICK - Cardinal Cormac Murphy O'Connor said Mass today (Sunday) in Our Lady's Church on the High Road with an estimated 1,000 people at the service.
EMPTY HOMES "COSTING CHISWICK RESIDENTS THOUSANDS" - A new scheme is aiming to tackle problem of an estimated 500 homes in the area.
CHISWICK LIBRARIAN MEMORIAL FUND - The fund in memory of Nigel Piggott has reached over £11,000 and done much to raise awareness of the incidence of premature heart disease.
CHISWICK CHARITY LOOKING TO EXPAND INTO AFRICA - The Microloan Foundation is looking for help from local people for its innovative approach to tackling Third World poverty.
LOCAL PARENTS STUNNED BY NEWS OF PLANNED EDUCATION CUTS - Hounslow Council claim cuts in Government grant is forcing them to take an axe to nursery education.
A MINI RESPONSE FROM FOXTONS - Local estate agent apologises for causing neighbours parking problems and says that they have now dealt with the issue.
HOGARTH IS BACK - After a brief visit last year the statue of William Hogarth is back for good on the High Road.
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