Apr 13 2017

Council Announces Pinner Wood School Transport Scheme

Harrow Council has announced a number of transport options for parents of children displaced by the current issues at Pinner Wood School. There are three options available: A single termly allowance payment of £315, to be paid by cheque A shuttle-bus service which requires parents/carers to accompany their children A coach service which requires parents/carers …

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Apr 12 2017

Another stabbing in Harrow? So why wasn’t it reported in the local press?

The Harrow Times yesterday published, briefly, a story about a stabbing in Stanmore over the weekend – but for reasons unknown, that story then disappeared. Links to it are on the internet, but the Times’ website now simply gives a ‘not found error’ when they’re clicked. First, the Google Reader feed, which shows the story: …

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Apr 11 2017

Susan Says: Pinner Wood School Deserves Council Debate. Now.

The Parents and Teachers of Pinner Wood School are clearly and justifiably concerned about the future of their much loved School and thus their Children’s education. Within a very short period of time a petition was written and over 2000 signatures obtained. The amount of signatures is significant because it means that the petition must …

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Apr 06 2017

Public Spaces Protection Order Proposal for High Street Wealdstone

Harrow Council says it is taking action against a fly-tipping hotspot in Wealdstone and needs your help to stop the disgusting and unacceptable level of fly-tipping near High Street Wealdstone. Harrow Council is proposing a Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO) in your area. The PSPO would make it illegal to block the access road to …

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Apr 06 2017

Consultation on Selective Licensing in South Harrow

Harrow Council has identified areas where there are a number of badly managed and poorly maintained properties which are linked to anti social behaviour. To overcome these problems Harrow Council is considering introducing selective licensing scheme in the designated area of Roxbourne and Roxeth Wards and would like to extend the scheme over five years …

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Apr 02 2017

Now even the Harrow Times trolls Harrow Council!

As part of the April Fools shenanigans, local free-paper the Harrow Times trolled the Council over the street cleanliness across the borough. The story went that “Harrow is set to be given an award for being the ‘cleanest’ borough in London….” with plans for a “…ceremony… …held at the Town Hall, in Station Road, this …

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Mar 31 2017

Avanti House Lockdown – Latest Update

Avanti House has today (31.03.2017) published this update to it’s website concerning the recent 4-hour lockdown, police search and allegations of sexual assault by one pupil against another. We reproduce it in full: Dear parents and carers We would like to express our gratitude to you for your support and patience during what has been …

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Mar 31 2017

Pinner Wood School deal with St Jerome’s Collapses at 11th Hour

Parents of Pinner Wood pupils were very much under the impression that KS1 children would be moving to St Jerome’s bi-lingual school after the Easter Break, but this appears to have come crashing down at the 11th hour, for reasons yet to be made clear. To be fair, the council never committed in writing – …

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Mar 30 2017

Avanti House School Lockdown – Allegations of sexual offence

Following yesterday’s lockdown of Avanti House school, where pupils were secured withing the premises until 7.00pm, the school has issued a statement: Thank you for your patience. I have been advised by the police that I am now able to share some information regarding the police presence at Avanti House yesterday. Yesterday at around 2pm, …

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Mar 29 2017

Susan Says: An Outstanding Medical Centre

An Outstanding Medical Centre I would like to extend massive congratulations to the Elliott Hall Medical Centre. I have just heard the fantastic news that they have received an overall outstanding rating from the Care Quality Commission (CQC). Not only has the Medical Centre received an outstanding rating in all five assessment criteria but they …

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