HAPPENED IN CHISWICK DURING AUGUST 2002
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POLICE WIDEN THEIR WEB
TO MAKE CHISWICK SAFER - Officers at the
local crime prevention team have combined with
to bring you a comprehensive source of advice
and information to help in the fight against
DOWN ON "CAR FREE DAY" - Council
no longer to close Chiswick High Road citing
objections from the emergency services.
IN CHISWICK IN A NATIONAL CONTEXT - A detailed
look at local and national crime patterns from
Chiswick resident and Home Office adviser Robin
sir, it's actually a Pilates
RAID ON RIVERSIDE HEALTH CLUB - Staff at
the Riverside Club were shocked by the sight
of a pirate walking into reception. Far from
being a seagoing brigand this was club member
Leon Mills who the management are attempting
view on rising property prices
BELIEVE THE HYPE ON CHISWICK PROPERTY" - Analysis of Land
Registry figures suggests Chiswick property prices rose by only
2.3% over the last year.
- "IT'S ALL UP IN THE AIR" -
The Friends of Chiswick Library express concern
at the lack of progress and disclosure on the
ELECTRICS MOVING NOT CLOSING - Fears that a popular local shop
might close prove unfounded.
BURGLARIES AND DOOR STOP CONS - The does and don'ts of dealing
with callers at the door from the Chiswick Crime Prevention team.
AREA COMMITTEE PLANNING - Meeting discussed planning issues
including developments at Chiswick Business Park and plans for a
new conservation area in West Chiswick.
COPYCAT ON KING STREET? - An attempt made to abduct two girls
aged 10 and 11 in broad daylight in Hammersmith.
SEASON BEGINS AT THE TABARD THEATRE - The Two Colour Theatre
company is bringing Tom Griffin's off-Broadway smash "The Boys
next Door" to Chiswick.
FOR LOCAL SCHOOLS - A level records smashed with one school
popular attended by many Chiswick students achieving a 98% pass
rate. GCSE results also see massive improvement.
HOGARTH AND BELMONT SCHOOLS GETTING TOGETHER - A joint art project
by the two schools gave the children a chance to meet up.
CADETS SEEK VOLUNTEERS - Can you spare
sometime to help this much praised unit?
GET YOUR MAP - Annie's looks set to beat the jinx of a restaurant
BY CHISWICK BUSINESSES SAVES THE DAY - How two local businesses
got together to beat the tube strike.
CONCERTS - A Concert by Julia Karen Williams and Yukie Wake
COUNCIL TENANTS FACE MASSIVE RENT RISE - Government plans to
base social housing rents on property values could mean Council
tenants in Chiswick paying an extra £700 a year.
RESIDENTS URGED TO LOBBY AGAINST UXBRIDGE ROAD
TRAM - Gridlock on Chiswick High Road and
Stamford Brook Road predicted if scheme proceeds.
TO BE CHISWICK LIFESAVER - The second of the Thames lifeboats
based at Chiswick has been officially named at a ceremony at The
Royal Hospital, Chelsea. The E class lifeboat will be named "Chelsea
PARTY MEMBERS URGE ANN KEEN DESELECTION With the Labour party
being described as being as "popular as foot and mouth" in Chiswick
by one of its own members, Ann Keen (left) gets a vote of confidence
from the man widely tipped to succeed her.
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