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On Monday 20 March, Strictly Come Dancing star Giovanni Pernice surprised residents at a monthly tea dance for the over 65's at the Civic Centre in Uxbridge.
Hillingdon Council has begun an ambitious £5.2 million project to upgrade all street light bulbs with LED lighting in council-owned streets across the borough.
A decision was made at Hillingdon Council's Cabinet meeting on 16 March to introduce new arrangements for the delivery of its children's centre programme.
To mark National Child Sexual Exploitation Awareness Day on Saturday 18 March, Hillingdon Council is encouraging residents to learn how to spot the signs of child sexual exploitation (CSE) and how to report it.
Hillingdon libraries offered a range of free activities to raise awareness of the importance of health and wellbeing during February for Heart Month.
Following a recent public consultation on a new model for the delivery of Hillingdon's children's centre programme, a final decision on the future provision of services will be made at Hillingdon Council's Cabinet meeting on 16 March.
Hillingdon Council is holding a number of events throughout March to encourage residents to learn more about becoming a foster carer.
Hillingdon Council has once again ensured that every child in Hillingdon has a secondary school place. Secondary school admissions results were released on Wednesday 1 March, and 94.9 per cent of Hillingdon pupils have received one of their preferred choices.
Hillingdon Council has once again frozen council tax for all residents for a ninth successive year and up to and including 2018/19 (twelve years in total) for those over 65 years of age. The council also again declined to raise tax through the Social Care Precept for all residents.
Four councils are urging the government to give-up their plans to expand Heathrow, following a parliamentary report which points out that the government can't demonstrate the airport can achieve legal environmental limits.
A landlord who converted an Uxbridge house into two flats without planning permission has been ordered to pay £108,000, following legal action by Hillingdon Council.
Ofsted and the Care Quality Commission have praised Hillingdon Council and its partners for its work with children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities, following a recent inspection of service delivery in the local area.
Hillingdon Council hosted a special event to celebrate the service of its dedicated foster carers at the Civic Centre in Uxbridge on 27 January.
Hillingdon Council has teamed up with DisabledGo to launch a free online service for people with disabilities; offering disability information for more than 1000 venues across Hillingdon.
An archive of news releases produced by the London Borough of Hillingdon.
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