PLEASE SHARE. The show must go on. Now that Covid 19 restrictions have ended, I am now back on the trail of the person who killed 8 women in the Hammersmith district of London between 1959 and 1965. A new documentary is on the cards before again asking New Scotland Yard to review this greatest unsolved murder case in British criminal history. Below is a link to a recent Youtube documentary that clearly backs up my belief that Abertillery-born Harold Jones is the prime suspect for these unsolved murders. The pertinent part of this video is 35 minutes in by just sliding the bar to that time. https://www.jarossi.com/the-hunt-for-the-60s-ripper/hunt-for-the-60s-ripper-on-youtube/?fbclid=IwAR1iJ7RCdAhfJtr3EumpluwLBrUAFypNn43h9rLUcAiKwMNMKB-uL-G8Res
Neil Milkins ● 4h0 Comments ● 4h
The Plant Shop will be at North Acton Playing Fields tomorrow -Saturday 25th June 11am -1pmTomatoesCucumberButternut SquashPumpkins GerkinsSunflower PlantsVarious Flower PlantsAdvocado Plants.Come and say hello
Debra Gynn ● 5h0 Comments ● 5h
What happened to the promised Acton Bank Hub which was supposed to open this month?Does anyone know?Thanks
Jean F Fernandez ● 1d0 Comments ● 1d
having problems paying for parking from my pc.anybody else having issues with it?
Peter Savick ● 3d3 Comments ● 1d
The AGM will be held on-line at 19:00 on 23rd June 2022.In addition to the formal business of the AGM, we have some presenters who will also be happy to respond to your questions:Councillor Steve Donnelly Barrett Homes team talking about development of Cloister CornerThis is the large plot of land at the A40 end of Horn Lane.David Tennant from Cap the Towers - https://capthetowers.orgPeople who have signed up to receive a newsletter by email from the CANForum should receive an invitation with a link a day or so before the event.If you want to attend but are not yet on the mailing list then please sign up athttps://www.canforum.org.uk/supporter/registerIf for some reason you want to attend but not signed up for the newsletter then contact CANForum via the email address onhttps://www.canforum.org.uk/content/about-project
Libby Kemp ● 2d0 Comments ● 2d
I am looking for a handyman to do a few small jobs in my flat. If they paint, it would be a great help. Please let me know if anyone has any suggestion.
Danielle Fox ● 2d0 Comments ● 2d
Why is The Oaks shopping mall so bleak? It's so unwelcoming when compared to Kings Mall in Hammersmith where they have provided lots of seating and light refreshments available. It makes a much better shopping experience.The excuse for this oversight in The Oaks is to deter vagrants using the seating. There are security officers standing about surely they would ensure the area is only available for shoppers?There are numerous elderly and disabled residents who live in Acton a and I am sure they would welcome any improvement to The Oaks which might also result in more people shopping there. A win win situation surely?
Jean F Fernandez ● 49d22 Comments ● 8d
This gets asked every now & then and is due a helpful update by you good peeps.The Oaks is ideal for a booth, think I'll suggest it. Meanwhile, Snappy Snaps are extracting the urine at £13 (for 6 pics.)I thank you. 😁
Rosco White ● 16d3 Comments ● 8d
I've been volunteering at the Acton Food Bank for the past 18 months. I find it very rewarding.But we have seen the number of people coming each session double since last autumn; meanwhile, donations are dropping away.I know that lots of people are finding it hard to pay their own bills but if you could manage to donate a couple of tins at the supermarket when shopping, it would be greatly appreciated.It needs to be long-life stuff: tins of meat, fish, vegetarian protein; pasta & rice; tins of soup, baked beans, pulses, vegetables and fruit; long-life milk; peanut butter; breakfast cereal. we also try to give out shampoo, toothpaste, razors, loo roll, nappies and sanitary protection.If you can help, then thanks.
Susan Kelly ● 10d2 Comments ● 9d
Hi all,Thrilled to say we've now launched our fundraising campaign to build ActOne's second screen, which will be vital for the long-term future of the cinema.You can become a backer here (and check out our launch video narrated by Mark Kermode!): https://www.spacehive.com/actonesecondscreenAll the best,James & the ActOne Team
James Lewis ● 15d2 Comments ● 9d
I thought you might be interested in this story about truly perverse behaviour from Ealing Council.Our yoga studio, Yoga West, has been running a local campaign to clean up Warple Way in Acton. People sometimes flytip and leave food waste on the street. When this happens, foxes rip open the bags. It's a beautiful street with Edwardian and Victoria commercial premises, however, the refuse can turn it from looking nice to looking awful.In response we have organised a campaign to do the following:Put up posters to remind people not to do thisRegularly litter pick on the streetCreated a group to watch out for people who do flytip and report them to Ealing.Organised regular communication with local councillors and the envirocrime team at Ealing to stop flytippingAs a building we take our environmental responsibilities seriously and although amazingly there is still no legal obligation for commercial properties to recycle, I and the other Directors of the building agreed to engage a recycling company for curbside recycling collection. This has been in place for about 5-years.It appears that on one of the times I personally reported flytipping to the Ealing team; one of our team forgot to attach stickers to our cardboard for curbside recycling. We have hired a number of new people as we try to grow the organisation after the pandemic. We don't really have much flattened cardboard and it appears that when they put out recycling for collection they forgot to do this.Instead of finding the flytippers Ealing council has issued us with a PCN for forgetting our stickers even though we called them in and we are spearheading a campaign to clean up the street!Esp. perverse when you realise how hard trading is for local businesses after the pandemic. I find this decision completely, completely incomprehensible and am frankly furious at the ridiculousness and insanity of the situation.James
James M Muthana ● 17d6 Comments ● 9d
The developers Mount Anvil/ Catalyst are launching their latest planning application for Friary Park on 1 June - yellow notices are still to be posted, but it is live on the LBE planning portal and there are 24 objections, no supporting remarks so far. Residents have until 22 June to comment. The application is a hybrid one, which means some parts will be fixed and other parts ‘outline’. The outline plans will continue to evolve in future applications, so it is important keep commenting.INCREASED FOOTPRINT, MASS AND HEIGHTIn the current plan, it is proposed Block B2 be increased in height to 17 storeys whilst ‘increased footprint and massing’ be applied to Blocks B3, C1 and C2. If the outline plans are adopted, a total of seven buildings will be in excess of 14 storeys (two of which will be 24 storeys).FRIARS PLACE GREENIn addition, the proposal includes two drawings where a MUGA (multi-use games area) spills over into Friars Place Green. This triangular green is common land. It has already been the subject of a much-criticised planning application that was withdrawn by the developer.HOW TO COMMENTTo comment, go to https://pam.ealing.gov.uk/online-applications and enter 221747HYBRID. In addition, email the case officer [not yet announced on the LBE portal] and cc leader of Ealing Council Peter Mason MasonPe@ealing.gov.uk. Also write to the East Acton councillors whose jurisdiction includes Friary Park. Kate Crawford: crawfordK@ealing.gov.uk. Steven Donnelly: donnellyS@ealing.gov.uk. Hitesh Tailor: TailorHi@ealing.gov.uk
Juliet McDonald ● 30d6 Comments ● 13d
I have a double bed and frame to give away if anyone's interested. I have photos
Danielle Fox ● 20d1 Comments ● 18d
I'm looking for a competently priced decorator to paint my one bed flat in W3. Any recommendations would be most appreciated, if anyone has any. To start ASAP. Thanks
Danielle Fox ● 25d3 Comments ● 23d
Some interesting background in this article about Michael Flanders and why the centre is named after him. I didn't know this before reading it.http://www.chiswickw4.com/info/evchisbookfestival096.htm
Mark Evans ● 25d2 Comments ● 24d
A friend of mine is looking for a job. She is an asylum seeker and her application is currently pending with Home Office. She has received right to work card however she is finding it difficult to get a job as that card does not help much in terms of eligibility. The supermarkets are asking for sharecode but this is not available in her case.Her current work permit validity is until 2024.Any help or pointers to get help will be very much appreciated.Thanks in advance.
Sandeep Mestry ● 30d3 Comments ● 25d
Can anyone please tell me of any events in the Acton area to celebrate the Queens Jubilee. It could be anything official or just a simple street party. I've been told something has been planed in Acton Park but I have no details of what day it will be held.
Bob Little ● 28d1 Comments ● 27d
I have spoken about this in the past and was derided I recall? Possibly something about the usual unfounded and idiot "Racist!" accusations?Anyways, Ho Hum, This is from one of the Investment Forums I frequent:-X said:- (sic) Yes I also understand that in some cultures groups within the UK will decide who they are voting for and they all get a postal vote and the elders will fill all the papers in.Y said:-What does this even mean?Z said:- (sic)The Electoral Commission identified 17 local authority areas at particular risk of electoral fraud as far back as 2014 and widespread abuse of postal voting was seen as a significant factor. Democratic Audit have also written reports on the subject.Doesn't happen in Southall/Ealing/Acton of course. 🤣SOURCE: https://p2pindependentforum.com/
Rosco White ● 479d37 Comments ● 32d