Hounslow Council to offer 30 hours’ free childcare for working parents of 3 and 4-year old’s
The council has successfully bid for an award of £80,000 to directly benefit the delivery of 30…
Hounslow welcomes Mayor of London’s new scheme to support victims of domestic violence
Hounslow Council’s Cabinet member for tackling domestic violence, Councillor Candice Atterton, today welcomed the announcement by the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan to make much-needed specialist…
Hounslow’s Teen Read 2018 awards announce
On Tuesday 6 March, Hounslow Arts Centre played host to the Hounslow’s ‘Teen Read 2018’ awards.
Unaccompanied Asylum Seeking Children Funding Support
On 16 January Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government Sajid Javid, announced the allocation of £9 million from the Controlling Migration Fund.
Wellington Primary and Hounslow Council celebrate £15m expansion project
Wellington Primary School and Hounslow Council marked the completion of £15m expansion project with an official opening ceremony yesterday [Tuesday 28 November]
Don't miss out! 30 hours of FREE childcare for three and four-year-olds
From September 2017, three and four year olds in Hounslow will be eligible for an additional 15 free hours of childcare each week.
Hounslow Youth Service has fun activities covered this summer!
With the school summer holidays about to begin, Hounslow Council’s Youth Service has organised a packed programme of activities from sports to creative workshops
Have your say - Childcare demand survey 2017
Residents who are a parent or carer of children aged from babies to 14 years and those with youngsters with disabilities up to 18 years, are being asked by Hounslow Council for their views
A royal seal of approval for Pocahontas in Brentford
His Royal Highness, The Duke of Gloucester cemented a place in Brentford’s history for Pocahontas, by unveiling a plaque in her memory on Monday.
School is definitely in for Hounslow's secondary school pupils!
93 per cent of Hounslow pupils starting secondary school in September 2017 have been offered a place at one of their six preferred schools, with 63 per cent getting their first preference.