Monthly Archive: June 2014

Jun 30 2014

Dinosaur Golf in Northolt – Open Weekend July 5-6, 2014

The Opening Weekend gala at West London Golf Centre and Dinosaur Escape Adventure Golf on July 5th and 6th promises to be a thrilling family day out, even if you don’t know your six iron from your stegosaurus. The popular West London Golf Centre driving range and golf superstore on Ruislip Road opens its brand-new …

Continue reading »

Jun 30 2014

Harrow Police and Partners Working Together

Eight people detained after officers from Wealdstone and Marlborough Safer Neighbourhoods Team, working in partnership with Harrow Council and Immigration Officers, executed a search warrant at an address in Byron Road, Wealdstone on Monday, 23 June. Police and partner agencies made enquiries at the address after receiving information that the property was overcrowded. [pullquote align=”left” …

Continue reading »

Jun 30 2014

Harrow Labour’s Decision ‘Slap in the Face’ to Local Charity

Harrow Council’s new Labour administration is under fire for its last-minute decision to change where a key educational facility is built, without consulting a single local resident about it. Up until last week, the administration had been in detailed discussions with the voluntary organisation ‘Kids Can Achieve’ about placing the Pupil Referral Unit (PRU) at …

Continue reading »

Jun 29 2014

Harrow Council’s Cabinet Meeting – June 26, 2014

Al Murray lookalike, Cllr Dave now safely ensconced as Leader of the Council, took his seat for the first time to chair his Cabinet meeting on June 26. Clearly, cabinet meetings are going to be a lot shorter, now that he refuses to have any scrutiny from the opposition group on his cabinet – previous Leaders …

Continue reading »

Jun 29 2014

Parking Petitions in South Harrow

Harrow Council’s Cabinet Meeting this week (June 26, 2014) – apart from being the shortest on record, but that’s a subject for another article – saw three petitions for parking changes in the ward presented: Wyvenhoe Road – Councillor Jerry Miles submitted a petition signed by 36 residents with the following terms of reference: “We …

Continue reading »

Jun 26 2014

Harrow Harmony Summer Concert – June 28, 2014

Harrow Harmony would like to invite you to their Summer Concert on Saturday 28th June at 19:30 (doors open at 18:45) at Pinner Methodist Church, Love Lane, Pinner, HA5 3EE Programme to feature a wide mix of music including madrigals and north east folk songs with contemporary pieces by John Rutter and Bob Chilcott. There will also be a …

Continue reading »

Jun 26 2014

North Harrow Street Festival – July 5, 2014

A street festival is planned for July 5, 2014 in North Harrow. Attractions will include: Morris dancers Dhol drummers Zumba Bollywood dancers St John Fisher School Chamber Choir Stalls for local organisations Times: 11.00 – 1.00pm Where: North Harrow shopping area  

Jun 26 2014

Hannah David Reflects on the Success of Harrow Business Club

Last week a group of local business and community leaders gathered at the Grim’s Dyke Hotel for the latest meeting of Harrow Business Club. It has now been eight months since our first event, and the Club is proving to be a remarkable success. As the driving force behind our economic recovery, small and medium …

Continue reading »

Jun 26 2014

Kumaran’s Natwest Petition Reaches 200 Signatures

More than two hundred local residents signed a petition to save their local bank branch from closure, taking with it vital services and the last free cash point on the high street. The petition to stop the closure of the NatWest branch in Harrow Weald has been met with huge local support. Led by Parliamentary …

Continue reading »

Jun 26 2014

Bloody Hell Dave! Sort Out Your Website!

Yet again, Harrow Council is having problems with it’s website. It seems that barely a week goes past without something breaking on it, and today, it’s the turn on the online forms – these are the bits cobbled together in an attempt to persuade or encourage residents to interact with the council online, rather than …

Continue reading »

Older posts «