Food and craft markets have never been more popular and with outdoor shopping becoming the safest option during the coronavirus pandemic, locals want more of them! A brand new flower market for Chiswick! Flower markets have such an appeal that many West Londoners regularly make the trek across London to the famous Sunday morning flower […]

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What is VE Day? VE Day (Victory of Europe Day) was the day on which allied forces announced the surrender of Nazi Germany in Europe on May 8th, 1945. It marked the end of Adolf Hitler’s reign and was a cause for celebration all over the world. At 3pm that day, Prime Minister Winston Churchill […]

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We are excited to hear that a parkour space is coming to Lammas Park in Ealing. Parkour is a training discipline using movement (developed from military obstacle course training) that is growing in popularity as a physical urban sport for teenagers. The goal of Parkour is to move from point A to point B across […]

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W3 Comedy Night
21 February

Bearcat Comedy, one of London’s best stand up comedy nights,  brings a barrel of laughs to Acton W3. Bearcat  has been putting on Comedy Shows in South West London since 1984. On Fri 13th March they will be hosting a night in  Acton, with a line up of four absolute crackers to deliver an evening […]

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We are pleased to announce the Campfire Storytelling Nights are launching in Acton W3. The Campfire is a storytelling initiative, that seeks to knock down social barriers and reconnect our community through the sharing of 5 minute personal stories on a theme. Established in 2018, The Campfire Storytelling Collective host sell out storytelling nights at […]

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On Thurs 13th Feb, Jewel Goody presents the highly acclaimed urban artist Matt Small at the launch of a month long solo exhibition at JG Contemporary.  Matt Small is an innovative, award winning artist who uses metal as his medium to turn discarded elements of our lives into powerful portraits. In art history, portraiture has […]

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More often than not, I start my day with a walk around Acton Park. However, today’s outing wasn’t anything like my usual brisk walk. I took part in a new fitness revolution – sorry Plogolution – called Plogging. I was provided with rubber gloves and joined a large band of around 50 people of all […]

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The Acton neighbourhood came together over the weekend to raise funds to support communities affected by the fires in Australia. A good crowd turned out to the event at The Station House Pub to enjoy; beers around a temporary fire pit, music by Claudia Tarantino & Fisco Band, a BBQ sponsored by Tim at English […]

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