May 2010 Archives
PUPILS at a South Harrow school hosted children from a Wiltshire school - and sang in a three-way choral concert with them.
More than 120 students from Red Oaks Primary School in Swindon visited Earlsmead First and Middle School in Arundel Drive on Monday last week (May 24) to befriend them and learn about each other.
TWO children from a private South Harrow after school club had their work exhibited at The Royal College of Art.
Young students Anuja Rasakulasuriar, 5, and Jay Nathwani, 9, created their pieces during a holiday school class at Regent Learning Centre in Imperial Drive, South Harrow.
APOLLONIA restaurant in Church Road, Stanmore, has applied to Harrow Council to become a venue for weddings and civil ceremonies, and will be granted the licence as long as it is "seemly, dignified and regularly available for civil marriages, has adequate fire precautions and has not recent connection with any religion which is incompatible with its use as a venue for civil marriages".
QUESTION local police chiefs at the next meeting of the Harrow Police and Community Consultative Group on Thursday June 3 at 7.30pm at Harrow Civic Centre, Station Road, Harrow.
Chief Inspector Nick Davies will give a presentation on the borough;s new police initiatives.
A FIRE in a railway arch workshop in South Harrow required nearby residents to be evacuated at the weekend.
The blaze started at just after 12midnight on Sunday in Sherwood Road and it took 20 firefighters from Wembley and Northolt three hours to quell the flames.
AN IRRESPONSIBLE shop boss from South Harrow has been fined for selling alcohol to under 18s.
It was one of two prosecutions heard at Harrow Magistrates' Court on Wednesday last week (May 13) came as a result of routine sting operations by Brent and Harrow Trading Standards.
COUNCILLORS will decide this evening if a South Harrow bar should be allowed to stay open longer into the earlier hours of the morning at weekends.
The owner of Limelight Lounge in Alexandra Avenue wishes to vary its licence so alcohol can be served from 11am to midnight on 12midnight Monday to Thursday and 11am to 2am Friday and Saturday.
FRIENDS and ex-colleagues of a professional drummer who performed with famous '60s and '70s artists including Led Zepellin have organised a fundraising night for him.
Mac Poole, who lives in South Ruislip, has cancer and fellow musician Gavin Barnett, of Rayners Lane, South Harrow, arranged the benefit gig for Friday.