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Westminster Wheels creates green jobs in the city

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Today Matthew Green the council’s Cabinet Member for Business, Licensing and Planning welcomed Se

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Best of Sicily

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The largest island in the Mediterranean, Sicily is world-renowned for its historically significant cultural treasures and natural highlights, represented on the UNESCO World Heritage Sites list with seven sites.


Join Maria Grazia, a registered tour guide and travel consultant, with years of experience and travels around the globe. We will also be discovering the various Sicilian archipelagos set in the dark blue Mediterranean Sea.

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Story time at Maida Vale Library

Libraries Maida Vale Library

New weekly session for children.

Socially-distanced stories especially for the under 5s and their parents/carers.

Booking a place in advance is essential as numbers are very limited. Note: maximum 2 children per adult.

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Rhyme and story time - Mayfair Library

Libraries Mayfair Library

New weekly session for children.

Socially-distanced rhymes and stories especially for the under 5s and their parents or carers.

Booking a place in advance is essential as numbers are very limited. Please note there is a maximum of 2 children per adult.

 

 

 

Westminster environment guidance

Information on environmental impact for everyone who lives in or manages a building in the city.
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Queen's Park Library Lego Club

Libraries Queens Park Library

Join us at the library for our new weekly Lego Club. The club meets every Friday during term time.

This event is suitable for children aged 5 to 12; children under the age of 8 must be accompanied by a grown up.

Only limited places are available, so booking is essential.

 

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About the event

You’ll hear how we plan to help our high streets grow sustainably and support the communities that depend on them, along with other issues that affect your life in Westminster. Find out more on our City for All page.

You will be able to ask questions live online during the event. We will answer as many as possible that are submitted during the event, but any questions not answered will be responded to after the meeting. 

If you can’t make it, you’ll be able to watch a recording of the event on our website.

Poison bottles

About the event

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In Victorian Britain, arsenic could be bought for a few pence with no questions asked. Fatal in tiny doses, undetectable in food and drink and producing the same symptoms as several diseases that routinely killed people in the 1800s, it was almost the perfect murder weapon. And even if its use was suspected, there was no reliable way of proving it.

Sandra Hempel is a former Times journalist who has written for many national newspapers and magazines. “The Inheritor's Powder”, a Radio 4 Book of the Week, tells the story of a real-life murder mystery that resulted in a breakthrough in forensic toxicology which was supposed to put an end to arsenic murders for ever. However, it didn’t quite turn out like that.

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Westminster and ubitricity install new electricity bollards for traders at Tachbrook Market

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Westminster City Council and ubitricity, the UK’s largest on-street electric vehicle (EV) chargin