Monthly Archive: December 2017

Dec 09 2017

Intensive Typing Course – December 18-22, 2017

Ever wanted to learn to touch-type? TypeIt, based at the bottom of Roxeth Hill in South Harrow are running an intensive 5-day course, for two hours per day between December 18-22, to bring your typing skills up to scratch. We’ve written about them before, but if you’d like to get in touch and sharpen up …

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Dec 09 2017

Business representatives visit Harrow College students to offer career guidance

Students at Harrow College have been visited by business volunteers and employees from a number of leading organisations in an initiative aimed at providing the young learners with an insight into working life and the actions they can take now to benefit their future careers. The event took place over a week (20-24 Nov) with …

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Dec 09 2017

Stanmore Choral Society ‘Concert of Carols by Candlelight’ – December 21, 2017

Stanmore Choral Society announce their ‘Concert of Carols by Candlelight’ on Thursday December 21st at 7pm in St Mary the VIrgin Kenton Harrow HA3 8EJ. All the usual Christmas favourite carols will be performed along with readings and some interesting choir only pieces. Admission is a very family friendly £5 with children under 16 admitted …

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Dec 09 2017

Touch Typing Lessons For Children and Adults

Touch Typing Lessons For Children and Adults Do you realise that almost all text your child will write during his or her life will be done on a keyboard? The ‘hunting and pecking’ of keys is frustrating and slow. Why not teach your child to touch type? Type It Fir Kids run tutor supported touch …

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Dec 09 2017

7 Days in Entebbe – as filmed in Harrow

Cast your mind back a year, and you’ll recall that the Civic Centre was sent into disarray when film crews turned up to take over the members’ lounge, the council chamber, and large swathes of the car park whilst using the council’s 1970’s-style brutalist architecture as the backdrop for an upcoming aircraft hijacking film. Well, …

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Dec 09 2017

Hujjat Primary School – a new school for Harrow

Imagine a school where: every corner is buzzing with creativity, positivity and a passion for learning children smile when they greet you because they know it’ll brighten your day everyone is shown the same respect whether they are the caretaker or the head teacher honesty and integrity are the cornerstones of school life, and generosity …

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Dec 03 2017

Council PR Spin: Don’t say “neglected” say “to get makeover” you numpties

If there’s ever a case not thinking before speaking, it has to be this. Harrow Council have announced plans to do a spot of work at Newton Park. And in proper PR-style, published s short press release. However, there must have been some dismay at the Council when someone realised that the title of aforementioned …

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Dec 02 2017

Husband of failed Harrow West candidate, Hannah David, arrested

According to an article in The Mirror, published yesterday, the husband of failed Harrow West parliamentary candidate, Hannah David (pictured), has been arrested by City of London Police on suspicion of fraud and money laundering. Hannah David, who is a former Tory parliamentary candidate in Harrow West (she lost to Harrow boy Gareth Thomas)  and is …

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Dec 02 2017

Susan AM Says: Rat Land – London’s Growing Rodent Problem

London Assembly Member, and Hatch End Councillor, Susan Hall says: “The figures in my rats report suggest London’s crawling – and the problem is getting worse. We’ve seen in Paris what can happen when increasing populations of rodents are ignored. Not only do they present a public health issue, they risk damaging the reputation of …

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Dec 02 2017

Harrow Arts: Disability Arts Festival – December 8, 2017

Expect a fantastic mix of inspiring drama, dance, music and comedy performances. There will be stirring Individual performances from Harrow based artists as well as performance companies including Dramatize, I Love Thunder, Harrow Shed, Danceability, and Herts Inclusive Theatre! Performers are travelling far and wide to take part in the 12th Disability Arts Festival, such …

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