Hounslow’s Park Rangers helping us to Love Parks
Hounslow's Park Ranger service has been operating in the borough's parks and open spaces since…
Hounslow Council introduces new measures to prevent grass fires
Hounslow Council is taking action to prevent grass fires in the borough's parks and open spaces. The move comes after a series of fires which may have been caused by the hot and dry weather…
Raise the (green) flags for Hounslow’s parks
Hounslow's parks and open spaces have been awarded 21 coveted Green Flags in this year's awards. The flags signify the highest standards for a park or green space.
Historic gates at Dukes Meadows brought back to royal glory
Work has begun on a makeover of the historic Promenade Gates at Dukes Meadows.
Turn up the heat: Hounslow Council’s ‘Summer of Culture’ Community Grant is launched
With Hounslow Council launching its first ever ‘Summer of Culture’ in June, the council are offering a range of community grants for residents that will get their hearts pumping through…
Making a splash at Watermans Park
Work is underway on a set of exciting new improvements to transform Watermans Park in Brentford into the perfect place to play, meet and enjoy nature.
Play for today at Hanworth Park
When it comes to making improvements at one of Hounslow’s biggest parks, it’s all about the swings and roundabouts.
Hounslow wins 21 Green Flag Awards in 2021: London Borough celebrates achieving a great green milestone
Keep Britain Tidy has revealed the names of more than two thousand parks and green spaces across the country that have won a Green Flag Award for 2021 – and Hounslow is among them.
Hounslow Council branches out with free tree scheme for residents
Hounslow Council will be giving 500 free trees to residents to help them make the borough greener and combat climate change.
Celebrations flow as historic fountain springs back to life
Bells chimed, songs were sung by schoolchildren, and a ribbon cutting and plaque unveiling ceremony marked the restoration of a Victorian drinking fountain in St Paul’s Recreation Ground in…
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 travelling along the Thames Pathway into Dukes Meadows in Chiswick.
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.