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  1. One-hundred metre long artwork installed in Wembley Park


    A 100m long illuminated artwork has been unveiled in Wembley Park.

    Reflections of the Future has been created by Lucid Creates as part of the area's Winterfest programme.

    The work features hundreds of steel bars, LED lights and mirrors which follow along Olympic Way, allowing visitors to walk through the immersive space.

    Those behind the installation describe it as a reaction to the wide-ranging social, health and environmental issues the world is currently facing

    Josh McNorton, cultural director at Wembley Park, said the artwork will "undoubtedly add to the area’s existing magical atmosphere".

    The Winterfest light trail, which also includes a number of other illuminated installations, runs until 4 January.

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    Video caption: The social housing activist fighting for better conditions

    Kwajo Tweneboa is helping social housing tenants after feeling his problems were ignored

  3. Permission given to convert listed Battle of Britain base to flats

    Inside Croydon

    A near 20-year saga of neglect and decay to the Grade II-listed Officers’ Mess at the former RAF Kenley could be close to a conclusion after Tandridge Council last week granted planning permission for the buildings to be restored and converted to provide 32 flats.

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