Cycling above Golborne with the Swinbrook Estate to the right
Transport for London (TfL) has major plans for a project called the East-West Cycle Superhighway. Initially, this would run between Tower Hill and Acton and is slated to be operational by spring 2016. Phase 2 of the project involves a section from Paddington to Acton, which would include a dedicated lane along the Westway, allowing cyclists to skim through Golborne at rooftop height!
Trellick's free street art gallery
The Wornington Green Estate redevelopment obliterated the 'Hall of Fame', the graffiti walls in the sunken baseball court on Wornington Road. But Golborne has another famous - and gigantic – canvas for graffiti art, at the base of Trellick Tower.
Nour Festival 2014
The fifth annual Nour Festival starts on October 20th with events in a variety of venues in Kensington and Chelsea, including some in Golborne. The six-week festival includes music, film, food, exhibitions, talks and dance
Free cycling-themed films
Bikeminded, the cycling campaign run by the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, has announced a programme of cycling-themed films over the coming months. Entrance is free, but booking is essential
The Blenheim Project - 50 Years
The Blenheim Project was founded in 1964 and has been helping people with drug and alcohol problems in and around Golborne and across London for the last 50 years. Golborne Life went to meet some key members of staff to find out more
Local history: The Mitre
Reader Michael Harris has written to Golborne Life with a query about The Mitre that used to stand at 62 Golborne Road, on the corner with Wornington Road. Can you remember anything about this long gone pub?
Golborne Road Festival 2014 photos
An estimated 3,000 people came to the 2014 Golborne Road Festival in July to enjoy a warm sunny day with music, food and sports activities. Take a look at some photos to get a flavour of the day
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Golborne Road film now online
The new oral history documentary about Golborne Road, Wild West 10 – Golborne Stories of Struggle and Resistance
, made by Year 5 children from Bevington Primary School and arts organisation Digital:Works is now available to watch here
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