Feb 04 2016

Cllr Stephen Greek on Harrow Weald Conservation Area

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Harrow Council has been told to think again over removing scores of houses from a Harrow Weald Conservation Area, after the opposition Conservative Group called-in the decision. Last month, the Labour administration pushed through Cabinet a revised Supplementary Planning Document for Harrow Weald which, among other alterations, changed a boundary that had been in place since 2006. Over 300 …

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Jan 28 2016

Bob Blackman MP Marks Holocaust Memorial Day with Support for the Holocaust Educational Trust

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Bob Blackman MP Marks Holocaust Memorial Day with Support for the Holocaust Educational Trust Bob Blackman, MP for Harrow East, has taken the opportunity to mark Holocaust Memorial Day by asking the Prime Minister to endorse the important work of the Holocaust Educational Trust in ensuring younger generations are able to visit sites of historical …

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Jan 28 2016

LEGO and the Heath Robinson Museum

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Brick by brick the William Heath Robinson Museum is being built and is due to open very soon now – mid Summer 2016. Trustees are pleased to announce that, as a gesture of support, LEGO has donated a large box of LEGO bricks for the museum. Creativity and building will be by-words for the museum; getting children involved in …

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Jan 28 2016

Swishing in Wealdstone – February 6, 2016

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West London Waste are running a free swishing event on the 6th February 2016 at Wealdstone Library, 38 – 40 High Street, Harrow, HA3 7AE. The event runs 10.30am to 1.00pm, with a drop off period 10.30-11.30 and the Swish opening at 12.00! To get involved with the swish all you need is some good …

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Jan 26 2016

Police Appeal: Attempted Sexual Assault in South Harrow

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Detectives are appealing for information and witnesses after an attempted sexual assault in South Harrow. On Friday, 16 January, at around 03:00hrs, a 17-year-old girl was walking with friends near South Harrow underground station when a man passed them a few times in a car. He also got out and walked past a few times. …

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Jan 22 2016

Police Advice on Spotting a Cannabis Factory

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Tips for spotting a cannabis factory: Lights left on all day and night Curtains constantly drawn or windows blacked out Strong pungent smell Unsociable coming and going at all hours or neighbours you never see High levels of heat and condensation. Cannabis factories often give off heat and the windows stay misted up. Landlords and property …

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Jan 22 2016

Harrow Arts Centre – All that glistens may not be gold…

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As a follow up to our story earlier this week, on Harrow Arts Centre, a little digging has revealed a few things worth sharing. The Council’s opening line from it’s Ministry of Truth says: “Harrow Council’s cabinet last night backed a new vision for a bigger and better Harrow Arts Centre, when it handed over …

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Jan 22 2016

Free IT Security Seminar – January 26, 2016

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Free seminar – IT: Opportunities and risks for your business Presented by The London Borough of Harrow and The Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales Using IT to grow your business doesn’t have to be about embracing the latest technological fad or investing heavily in new systems; it could just be about making low …

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Jan 22 2016

Bob Says: Delivering Greater Economic Security in Harrow East

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Bob Blackman: new jobs figures show we are delivering greater economic security for families in Harrow East Bob Blackman has welcomed new figures today showing that 561,000 more people are in work across London since Labour were last in power, with a record level of employment across the UK as a whole; over 2.3 million …

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Jan 21 2016

News from Proscenium – January 2016

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Belated New Year greetings to you. Traditionally, we’d be getting ready to present the second play of our season just about now. However, the Compass Theatre is closed this month for renovations, so we have had to postpone our planned production (we’ll be staging it in January 2017 instead) and focus our attention on the …

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