Catch­ing up with your Tweets from the week

Harefield Gazette - - OPINION -

@Hil­l_li­braries: East­cote li­brary is cel­e­brat­ing the de­tec­tion of grav­i­ta­tional waves. Like you do. @Bletch­leyRoll: Corinne Ha­ley (Field) East­cote Novem­ber 1943 - May 1945. Bombe op­er­a­tor. Bletch­ley Park June - Oc­to­ber 1945. Naval Sec­tion. @nat­stim: @Tesco your fish­mon­ger in the Yiewsley store West Lon­don is the most help­ful, friendly mem­ber of staff I have ever met! Such a lovely man! @Ick­en­hamRA: Tree plant­ing in Ick­en­ham’s Swakeleys Park to­day in mem­ory of @Hilling­don’s Andy Boeck­staens – a fan­tas­tic lo­cal green spa­ces cham­pion. @Rick­OShea87: Traf­fic around Uxbridge, Ick­en­ham & Ruis­lip the last few days has been a dis­grace. Why can’t ppl drive in a straight line with­out crash­ing @ruth­prada_: Chun­der­ing out­side East­cote sta­tion was def­i­nitely a low point in my life @liameede: I miss the East­cote arms. Need to get down there asap @emil­y­sevenoaks: Jeez. Just seen the flower shop in #East­cote #HA5. Well done @Lon­donFire for sort­ing it out. @Cll­rNick­Denys: For the 8th year in a row @Hilling­don_Tory will freeze Coun­cil Tax, while still in­vest­ing in #Hilling­don @Hilling­donHalf: The Easter Bunny is just round the cor­ner! And so is the Hilling­don Half and 10K. @MPSHilling­don: A fur­ther 250 Hilling­don homes now pro­tected by @SmartWaterNews: thanks to re­sponse team 5, bur­glars beware #MetTrace @Cll­rJanePalmer: Re­ally aw­ful to see yet an­other bad ac­ci­dent in #Harvil Rd #Hare­field hop­ing all well with those in­jured @High_RezDNB: Bring back Gor­don’s in Yiewsley high street I need me a Schott bomber jacket! @jon­blower: The peo­ple of West Dray­ton ob­vi­ously didn’t have as much Valen­tines Day love as Tesco thought they would! #Half­Price @Uxbridge511: Proud to see iconic Bafta mask at the awards, cast by bril­liant NewPro Foundries of #westdray­ton #Hilling­don @Hil­l_li­braries: Ruis­lip Manor li­brary’s first Lego Stay and Play was a huge suc­cess, in­spired by Tim Peake’s space ad­ven­ture. @Ni­cholasKingsle: Ick­en­ham Manor be­longed to the Shored­itch fam­ily from the C14 to c.1810 and was bought back by their de­scen­dants in the 1960s! #con­ti­nu­ity

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