Mar 02 2017

Celebrate World Book Day at the Heath Robinson Museum

Thursday 2 March is not only the first day of the Heath Robinson Museum’s extended opening programme – it is also World Book Day! So we are celebrating both events with our new extended book range available from the Museum Shop. The Shop Manager Judith Elliott says “We have a wide range of sought-after books …

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Mar 02 2017

Get Active in Harrow – Consultation

A group of Harrow organisations, including the Young Harrow Foundation, are working together to help Harrow get more people, more active, more often. This is your chance to say how Harrow could be a borough which helps everyone get more active. Experts recommend adults do 20-30 mins each day to stay fit and healthy and …

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Mar 01 2017

Roxbourne by-election: Herbie Crossman’s Bio

We said we’d publish the candidates’ profile for the forthcoming Roxbourne by-election. Herbie is UKIP’s candidate: On behalf of Harrow UKIP I am pleased that the UKIP candidate for the Roxbourne by-election is long-time Harrow resident and campaigner, Herbie Crossman. Herbie has lived, served and campaigned in Harrow for over 40 years, having also served …

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Mar 01 2017

Stabbing in Wealdstone – Police Message to Residents

Following the stabbing in Wealdstone earlier this week, Harrow Police have now broken their silence and have issued the following vlog on the event, and what they’re doing to keep residents safe. Borough Commander's message following tragic murder of man in Wealdstone on Monday evening #Harrow pic.twitter.com/UZPElPaQw4 — Harrow MPS (@MPSHarrow) March 1, 2017 You …

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Feb 28 2017

Kenton East Councillor, Mitzi Green, passes away

Cllr Mitzi Green, Labour councillor for Kenton East, passed away yesterday afternoon. Cllr Green was first elected in May 1998, and served on the council’s Corporate Parenting Panel, and reserved on the Licensing and General Purposes Committee. She was also a Governor at Kenton Park Infant and Primary School. She also served on the Labour …

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Feb 28 2017

Stabbing in Wealdstone – Police Investigating

A murder investigation has been launched following the death of a man in Wealdstone and detectives are appealing for witnesses and information. On Monday, 27 February police were called at approximately 18:50hrs to reports of a man stabbed in High Street, Wealdstone – near the junctions with George Gange Way and Gordon Road. Officers and …

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Feb 27 2017

Roxbourne by-election: Annabel Singh’s Bio

We said we’d publish the candidates’ profile for the forthcoming Roxbourne by-election. Annabel is the Conservative’s candidate: On behalf of Harrow West Conservative Association, I am delighted to introduce Annabel Singh, our candidate in the Roxbourne ward by-election on Thursday 9th March 2017. Annabel Singh has lived in the Borough for over 15 years, growing …

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Feb 25 2017

Council Tax up almost 5% in Harrow

Harrow’s Labour-run administration, like 147 other councils across the country, has chosen to increase council tax by 4.99% – the maximum it can get away with without having to hold a referendum, a vote of confidence in the administration, if you like, on the increase. This doesn’t necessarily mean residents will see an increase limited …

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Feb 25 2017

Fake recycling leaflet seen in borough; Council miffed

Harrow Council has warned residents about a scam telling them that the Council no longer collects waste including eggshells, cat litter, used tissues and mouldy food. The false advice threatens anyone who fails to comply with a fine. The fake leaflet, which is green and has several spelling mistakes, does not mention Harrow or carry …

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Feb 25 2017

Scout Table-Top Sale – March 11, 2017

Harrow & Wealdstone Scouts are fund raising for a trip to Kandersteg, Switzerland later this year, and are holding a table-top sale to boost their income. When: March 11, 2016 from 10.30am to 1.00pm. Where: South Harrow Baptist Church, Northolt Road If you want to have a table to sell anything, they cost £5 and …

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