Apr 30 2017

Hannah David to stand again in Harrow West

Hannah David to stand again in Harrow West Harrow West Conservative Association is delighted to announce that they have re-adopted Hannah David to stand as the Conservative candidate for the Harrow West Constituency for the 2017 General Election. Hannah fought the seat in 2015, cutting the Labour majority to only 2,208. Hannah said: “I am looking …

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Apr 28 2017

Pinner Wood School – Progress Report, April 26, 2017

Dear resident, This is the second of our regular updates on the work that our project team are undertaking at the site of Pinner Wood School. The site is currently closed after the discovery of previously unmapped chalk mine tunnels under the school building, some of which had collapsed roofs. We are currently drilling boreholes …

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Apr 28 2017

Harrow Council’s Cabinet Meeting – Notes from the back, April 27, 2017

After skipping a meeting last month, as there was – apparently – nothing much to discuss, Harrow’s Labour administration held it’s regular Cabinet meeting last night. This is an opportunity for the administration to approve council actions, but for many, the important part is the public and councillor questions and answer segment. For 15 minutes, …

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Apr 28 2017

1st Roxeth Scout Auction – May 6, 2017

The 1st Roxeth Scouts are holding another of their auctions at the South Harrow Baptist Church on May 6th 2017 from 11.00am. Viewing starts at 10.00am, the sale begins at 11.00am, and should wrap up mid-afternoon. This’ll be your chance to clear our some of your old items, or, indeed, to pick up some new ones! …

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Apr 27 2017

Guest Post: A Realistic Railway Plan for Harrow

Here is a thought. With an election coming up. Rather than wait for the politicians to visit Harrow and Wealdstone station again boast about Crossrail coming to Harrow ((Navin Shah, Boris Johnson) to name two, how about a more realistic plan? Now that it appears the plans to extend the new Crossrail/Elizabeth line to Harrow …

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Apr 27 2017

Portraiture Workshop at the Heath Robinson Museum – June 5, 2017

For Adults, as part of The Coffee & Crafts series of workshops, there will be a workshop devoted to Portraiture. This will be held on Monday 5th June in the late morning, 11.30 till 1.30pm. Aimed at both beginners and improvers, this workshop will be held in the Activity Studio in the Museum. The cost …

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Apr 25 2017

Harrow Civic Centre flooded following burst pipe

Cllr Hall has always said that the Labour administration couldn’t run a bath… It now looks like that maybe, they can! The Civic Centre appears to be under water this morning, with large parts of the build either soaking wet, or without power, following a burst pipeovernight, which wasn’t noticed until officers wandered into work …

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Apr 24 2017

Harrow Film Makers Spring Film Show (feat. Pinner Chalk Mines)

Harrow Film Makers are hosting their spring film show at Pinner Village Hall on 27th April. There are lots of films to see, of local, and wider interest. The new Heath Robinson Museum is a star of the show, with film of the opening ceremony, the Secret Art Sale, and the visit of St Martins’ …

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Apr 21 2017

Conservatives unseat Labour in Kenton East win

Nitesh Hirani was today announced as the winner of yesterday’s by-election in Kenton East Ward, winning the seat for the Conservative Party. He received 1,585 votes ahead of 1,328 votes for Labour’s Nishit Patel, 65 votes for Liberal Democrat Annabel Croft and 54 votes for UKIP’s Herbert Crossman. The turnout for the by-election was 36.7% …

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Apr 21 2017

Susan Says: Harrow Council is in a disgraceful state.

Harrow Council is in a disgraceful state. The administration needs to get to work and take responsibility. It is nine weeks yesterday since the Cabinet meeting on the 16th February. This means my Conservative colleagues and I have been waiting nine weeks for the answers to 88 questions which we tabled at that meeting. These …

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