The Barnes Bridge Walkway, a ‘stunning’ new route into Dukes Meadows
Work is about to begin to build a ‘beautiful’ new footbridge for pedestrians and cyclists…
A leap forward for the green recovery in Cranford's River Crane
The Conservation Volunteers (TCV) and the project, London’s River Crane – Reclaiming the Riverside has been awarded a grant of £211,900 from the Green Recovery Challenge Fund.
Tree planting in Hounslow boosted as part of National Tree Week
Hounslow Council to plant over 4,500 trees to tackle climate emergency
Exciting refurb for borough parks and woodlands
New play areas, pathways and even a pond island can now be enjoyed by Hounslow residents and visitors after the refurbishment of two parks and woodland in the borough.
Ealing and Hounslow Councils: joint statement on Gunnersbury Park Café fire
In the early hours of this morning (29 May 2020) eight fire engines and around 60 firefighters were called to a fire at the Gunnersbury Park Café on Popes Lane in Ealing.
Please enjoy our parks but use them responsibly
The Government guidance on using parks and open spaces in England has changed from Wednesday, 13 May 2020, to enable people to use the parks and in different and better ways than before.
Parks - follow rules or risk fines and closure
Residents are being urged to stay at home as much as possible this weekend and, if they do use parks, follow safety rules and social distancing.
Hounslow Parks and Green Spaces – COVID-19 Guidance
Hounslow’s parks and green spaces are much loved, and we want to keep them open so people can enjoy them for a walk or exercise during these challenging times
Hounslow Council employs birds of prey to deter pigeons at Feltham Green
Feltham Green, which had its pond completely dredged and then re-filled has now employed the services of a beautiful Peregrine
Dukes Meadow - Putting the record straight
The Council is aware that the Dukes Meadow Trust have raised concerns regarding changes to the parking arrangements at Dukes Meadow
Statement on body recovered from Duck Pond, St Lawrence’s Church, Feltham, 13 August 2019
Yesterday morning (13 August), a member of the public reported seeing a body in the duck pond near St Lawrence’s Church, Feltham.
The Duke’s River Path Opens between Twickenham and Isleworth
Improvements are now completed along the Duke of Northumberland's River, which measures nearly 3 miles.
A bright new future for the David Henry Waring Home
The London Borough of Hounslow has transferred the David Henry Waring Charity to the Elizabeth Jane Jones Charity and has officially asked it to take over Hounslow’s trustee status
Hounslow collects 12 Green Flag Awards for its parks and open spaces
The London Borough of Hounslow has had 12 of its parks recognised by the Green Flag Award Scheme as some of the very best in the UK.
Cabinet approves proceeding with regeneration of Boston Manor Park as Boston Manor House closes for restoration
The two phases of the regeneration of Boston Manor have taken a step forward.
Plans ahead for Dukes Meadows
A review by Hounslow Council into Dukes Meadows in Chiswick, has seen plans to improve and enhance the park as a major sports and recreation site gather pace with consultation set to follow.