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Big Increase in Number of Bus and Tube Passenger This Week
Overall usage still remains well below pre-pandemic levels
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St Paul's School Investigating Everyone's Invited Allegations
Barnes private school facing claims it has a misogynistic culture
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Bitter Sweet Boat Race for Putney Rower
Seb Benzecry missed out on chance to row past his home and school
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XR Wandsworth Declare 'Open Rebellion' Against the Council
Sustained campaign of non-violent direct action to follow
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Petition Launched To Save Southfields Allotments
Permission being sought to develop site into children's nursery
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Wandsworth Welcomes Refugees To Host Zoom Event
Fleur Anderson MP to join panel of speakers to discuss idea of a sanctuary city
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Putney MP Stands Down as Local Councillor
Fleur Anderson had represented Bedford ward for seven years
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Boat Race Weekend Protest at Hammersmith Bridge
Local rowing clubs and schools join MP to demand reopening
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Poor Hygiene Rating for Hare and Tortoise
Inspectors give only two stars to Upper Richmond Road restaurant
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New Boat Race Route Being Considered for Next Year
Race could start at Westminster and end at Putney Bridge
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A Tale of Two Bridges - Hammersmith Has a Twin in Budapest
Striking similarities in the fates of the William Tierney Clark inspired structures
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Part of Kew Retail Park Sold for Redevelopment
Berkeley Group reported considering building housing on the site
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Further Disruption Looms as More Garages Join Bus Strike
Drivers at Stamford Brook among latest to join industrial action
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Porpoise Spotted Swimming Near Barnes Railway Bridge
A number of sightings have been reported over last few days
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Local Air Pollution 'Could Kill as Many as Covid-19'
Mike Fawcett on the implications of a new Imperial College report
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Missing Tabby Cat Home Safe and Well
Tigger had been gone from Werter Road for over a fortnight
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Twenty Candidates Aiming To Be London Mayor
Largest field ever to contest the election on 6 May
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Pharmacies Across the Borough Offering Covid Testing
Free lateral flow tests available for people without symptoms
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Report Finds No Link Between LTNs and Fire Engine Response Times
Quieter roads due to lockdown believed to have reduced delays
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Uber Boat To Run Hammersmith Ferry
Services expected to be operational by the end of summer
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New Vision For Wimbledon Park Includes A Lakeside Path
All England Club is open to views on its plans for former golf course land
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Boris Johnson May Face City Hall Probe
Prime Minister's relationship with Jennifer Arcuri to be investigated
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Mayor Promises Internet Across the Tube Network
Will award contract to provide 4G mobile phone connectivity if re-elected
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Pedestrianisation Proposal Made for Werter Road
Campaign group wants to close western end near the High Street
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Santander Announces Intention To Close In Putney
Bank claims only 79 regular customers used the branch exclusively
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Unattended Cooking Blamed for Putney Hill Fire
Woman required medical attention after blaze in fourth floor flat
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Seal Attack Dog Owner To Face No Charges
Senior lawyer apologises and thanks those that intervened
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Tributes Paid To Long Serving Putney Councillor
Diana Whittingham represented the area for two decades
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Polls Point To First Round Victory for Sadiq Khan
Incumbent Mayor has commanding lead with six weeks to go until vote
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Nearly 30% of St. George's Staff Not Yet Vaccinated
Hospital launches campaign to encourage take up targeted at BAME staff
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Covid Cases Fall To Statistically Insignificant Levels Across Putney
Infection rate remains stubbornly high in Roehampton area
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Major Boost for Vine Road Project
Mayor provides funding for scheme to rejuvenate local park
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App Aims To Tackle Mugging of Local School Children
Wandsworth Council and Police launch partnership with Zecure
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Vaccination Centre Opens at Queen Mary's Roehampton
Much delayed launch fills gap in local provision
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Experimental Cycle Contraflow Scheme for Buttermere Drive
Council aiming to offer cyclists two way access to one way streets
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Double Decker Hammersmith Bridge Feasible According to Report
Engineers believe scheme would allow full reopening by next year
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Mobile Operating Theatres Set Up in Roehampton Car Park
Part of effort to tackle huge backlog in surgeries caused by pandemic
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Injunction to Stop Raves on Southfields Estate Extended
Court grants council extra powers around Edgecombe Hall
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New Wimbledon and Putney Commons Conservators Elected
13,000 choose five candidates in the triennial vote
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Clean Air Campaign Focuses on Putney
Poster on Upper Richmond Road will change colour due to pollution
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Covid-19 South African Variant Found in Roehampton
Residents urged to get tested after 'small number' of cases in the area
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Two Charged with Murder of Ralph Gibson
42-year-old man died after being stabbed in Putney last year
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New Data Reveals Extent of Putney Town Centre Decline
Footfall on the High Street more than halves during lockdown
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Roehampton Family Makes Plea for Return of Free Library
Driver of white van sought in bid to recover book store
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Worst Ever Month For Covid-19 Fatalities in SW15
Thirty-nine more people die to bring local death toll over 100
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Bogus Police Officers Handcuffed West Hill Resident
Images released of men sought in connection with aggravated burglary
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Girlfriend of Murdered Putney Teenager Tells of Heartbreak
Hani Solomon was stabbed to death in Parsons Green this week
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'Toy Story' Easter Holiday Camp
Little Voices are here to keep your child occupied and entertained this Easter!
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Dancing With H By C. S. Fiore
Be ready for Christmas presents. Keep safe. Give a book.
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Road Closures Ahead in Putney and Roehampton
Diversions and delays in the local area due to road works
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Forthcoming Transport Disruption on Public Transport in Putney
Tubes and trains services affected by engineering work
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Putney Society Holding London Assembly Election Hustings
A chance to question candidates standing for the Merton and Wandsworth seat
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Happy Fiftieth Birthday Mr Benn
Pilgrims already starting to arrive at his birthplace to mark the occasion
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Watch Out for Exceptionally High Tides at Putney Embankment
Times of increased flood risk by the Thames this week
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Small Victories for the Doverhouse Singers
Local group continues to keep music part of the new normal
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Jeremy Hunt Gives Talk for Putney High School
Former health minister stresses the importance of languages
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Southfields Lit Up in a Winter Wanderland
320 windows decorated as event held for fifth year despite current challenges
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Focus on Sleaze in Wandsworth Historian 50th Anniversary Issue
Also features picture well known politician with KKK at Putney station
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Wandsworth Libraries Offer a Chance To Talk
New scheme providing anyone feeling isolated the opportunity for a chat
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Ageism Subject of Putney Women's Institute Talk
Local MP Fleur Anderson calls for Westminster debate on the issue
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Putney Theatre Company Looks Back on a Strange Year
Lots of creativity despite the huge challenges of 2020
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This Year's Ride London Event Cancelled
Festival of cycling was due to take place in May
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St Margaret's Asks for Volunteers and Food Donations
Meals to be provided for the homeless during the winter
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Support Fund Will Help Wandsworth Families During The Winter
Covid-19 assistance to be targeted at those most in need
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Boat Race Move 'Kick in the Teeth' for Putney Businesses
Council leader warns other high profile rowing events at risk
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Help Clean Up Putney Towpath and Embankment
Residents encouraged to join the effort as part of the MyWandsworth campaign
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Roger Askew To Give Talk About How The Royals Celebrate Christmas
The Arts Society South West London's next lecture
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Trafalgar Remembered in Putney Despite Bad Weather
20th local celebration of naval battle takes place in Winchester House Club
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Extinction Rebellion Hold Demo Outside Barclays in Putney
Claim bank is responsible for ecocide due to fossil fuel investment
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First Ever Putney Cookbook Launched
Local restaurants and cafes get together to present a range of recipes
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Memories of the War
Putney resident Derek Woods remembers as the country celebrates the Battle of Britain
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 Leisure
Why I Became A Plumber And How I Ended Up With A Business In The UK
How The Italian Plumber came to be
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West London Kitchens And Bedrooms
Looking for a lockdown project?
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Enoteca Turi Delivers To Putney At Weekends
A chance to continue to enjoy their delicious Italian cuisine during the current lockdown
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Ramen Bar To Open on Putney High Street
Bone Daddies set to take over former Byron Burger premises
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Hotaru Restaurant Set To Close
Moving out of Putney Bridge Road at the end of its lease
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The Prince of Wales Has Been Saved
Putney pub bought out of administration and the doors are wide open
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The Scrubbery Needs Your Help
Whilst Putney MP Fleur Anderson calls on PM to solve the national scrubs crisis
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Vinyl Sitting In The Attic?
Olympic Records are trying to track down missing titles from their archive of recordings made at Olympic Studios Barnes 1966-2009
 Property
Average SW15 Home Sale Price Tops £1 Million
Large family houses remain in demand in Putney and Roehampton
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Green Light Given to Alton Estate Redevelopment
Less than quarter of flats in Wandsworth Council scheme classed as affordable
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Ten Storey Hotel Approved for Putney High Street
Will occupy site on corner of Putney Bridge Road
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Is Now The Right Time To Leave Putney?
Covid-19 accelerating the trend to flee to the Home Counties
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'Willett Built' Putney Property Back On The Market After 60 Years
Builder William Willett was an early advocate for 'British Summer Time'
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Putney Agent Selling Classic Author's Former Home
George Eliot wrote The Mill on the Floss while living in the house in Southfields
 Community
Petition Launched To Save Upper Richmond Road Pocket Park
Putney councillors want JC Decaux to reconsider developing site
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Thames Being Hit By 'Plastic Pandemic'
Number of discarded coffee cups in river doubles during lockdown
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Old Style Romance from Hugh Thompson
Putney resident publishes book based on great-grandparents' letters
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Local Hero Gets Her Name in Lights on Oxford Street
Rosie from the Scrubbery selected because of her work during the pandemic
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Ruskin and His Love for the River Wandle
Victorian art critic saw its pollution as a metaphor for the human race
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Prince George and Princess Charlotte Set To Attend School in SW15
Thomas's Battersea to open secondary school with campus in Putney Vale
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Blue Plaque Unveiled in Putney to Nobel Laureate
Renowned Physicist Abdus Salam lived on Campion Road
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Remembering the Night 81 People Died in Putney
Call for plaque to be placed at site of the Cinderella Dancing Club bombing
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Extinction Rebellion Make Case For Food Waste Collection
Deputation remotely attends Wandsworth Council meeting to argue for change
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Which Are The Hardest Schools In Wandsworth To Get Into?
New figures show over-subscription rates at local primaries and secondaries
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Latest Job Opportunities in Putney
What's on offer in SW15 this week
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