Tag Archive: kenton

Nov 08 2015

17-Year Old Stabbed to Death in Kenton

According to the BBC: “A teenager has been stabbed to death in north-west London. The 17-year-old was found with a stab injury to the chest by police at about 00:36 GMT on Belvedere Way in Kenton, Harrow. He died at the scene. The Met said a 16-year-old was also found with stab injuries. He was flown to hospital …

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May 07 2012

Indoor Table-Top Sale, Belmont – May 12, 2012

There’s an indoor table-top sale at the weekend in Belmont: Where: Belmont Community Hall, Kenton lane, HA3 8RY (opposite Tescos at Belmont Circle) Date: May 12, 2012 Time: 8.00am – 1.00pm Tables: £7 for sellers, call to book Free car parking and free entrance for buyers. Many different stalls in a friendly community hall. Contact …

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Feb 18 2012

Jewish Free School – Website hacked by pupil?

Spotted in the Daily Mail earlier today, was this article about the Jewish Free School in Kenton: As the snow began falling in Harrow, in north-west London on Saturday 4 February, the Jewish Free School was quick to post a message on its website assuring parents that it would none-the-less be open as usual the following …

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Jan 12 2012

All About… Harrow Light Opera Company

Founded in 1944, the Harrow Light Opera Company is a very active and friendly group. They present two major musical productions every year in their current home at the Watersmeet Theatre, Rickmansworth. With productions costing around £25,000 they rely on a small but dedicated voluntary management team for continued growth. Professional Directors, Musical Directors and …

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Jan 07 2012

The Chameleons Present: Dick Whittington – January 19-22, 2012

The Chameleons are delighted to introduce a fresh and vibrant re-telling of the classic story of Dick Whittington with more than a hint of 2012 – Olympic year! In house writers, Radnor Everett and Robert Spolander, combine the magic of this story of a boy who would be Lord Mayor, with a host of new …

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Jan 07 2012

All About… The Chameleons Amateur Dramatic Society

We were formed in 1966 by Joan Munday and Jim Snell, and for our first few years we were known as The Neasden Methodist Church Drama Society. We began with three plays in 1967: A Public Mischief, Triple Bill and Love’s A Luxury. In 1971 came our first foray into the world of pantomime, and …

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Nov 02 2011

Forward Change Life Coaching – November Presentation

November 17, 2011 sees the next meeting of the West London Support Group, delivering a presentation about how to ‘Break Thru Your Stress and Worries’ from Nora Velzeboer. Nora will help you explore one of the fastest growing methods to address whatever you’d like “off” your mind! She uses “EFT” or Emotional Freedom Technique to overcome …

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Oct 18 2011

St Luke’s – Winter Quiz – November 12, 2011

Join us for a night of trivia with St Luke’s resident quizmaster, Paul Lazenby. Our quiz nights have been growing ever more popular over the last few years so this year, so get a team together of friends, family or colleagues and enjoy an evening of fun at a bargain price, whilst supporting your local …

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Oct 12 2011

Harrow’s Planned Parking Changes?

Looks like a number of changes are in the pipeline in respect of parking charges in and around the Borough, if the proposals from Harrow Council get Cabinet approval shortly. You can read the full report here (be warned, it makes for dull reading), but in summary, the recommendations include: The cost for resident parking …

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Oct 12 2011

All About… Harrow Light Opera Company

Founded in 1944, the Harrow Light Opera Company is a very active and friendly group. They present two major musical productions every year in their current home at the Watersmeet Theatre, Rickmansworth. With productions costing around £25,000 they rely on a small but dedicated voluntary management team for continued growth. Professional Directors, Musical Directors and …

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