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17:13, 29 NOV 2013
Uxbridge all lit up for the festive season
High Street lights and Christmas tree complete the picture
Showtime for Uxbridge Ice Rink
Mayor of Hillingdon officially opens ice skating season
New restaurant and hairdresser open in Joel Street
The new businesses are doing well
Central Band of the RAF to play for mayor's charity
Winston Churchill Hall concert set for next February
Photo-gallery: Opening up a wondrous world of discovery
The Mayor of Hillingdon, Councillor Allan Kauffman, unveiled the Discovery Garden at Yeading Infant and Nursery School, in Carlyon Road,
Designer fulfils her passion for fashion
A MOTHER’s dreams came true when she opened the doors to her new clothes shop.
Sizzling Hayes Carnival for festival lovers
Families lined the parade route on Saturday afternoon, from Pump Lane, along Botwell Lane and ending at Barra Hall Circus, to catch a glimpse of the dazzling carnival costumes, drummers, and walking floats blaring upbeat sounds.
What's inside your Gazette this week
HOT, hot, hot! The weather has got you out and about, and the annual Ruislip Manor Summer Funday was a roaring, sweltering success, with lots to see, do, eat and buy.
Force to be reckoned with
GENERATIONS came together when war veterans joined students on a visit to Normandy.
What's inside your Gazette this week
NORTHWOOD arising! The neighbours of the station are furious at plans to build a Sainsbury's and turf out thriving businesses, and they turned out in their hundreds to a public meeting to learn about the next move.
Rainforest flourishes under school’s dome
AN ECO-SAVVY school now has its own tropical retreat, in which children can grow exotic trees and plants.
Hillingdon FC and Sandgate take the trophies
THE sweet smile of soggy success!
Armed forces march in Uxbridge
SOLDIERS paraded through Uxbridge town centre today (Monday), to commemorate Armed Forces Week.
Mayor's first charity quiz: brains needed!
GATHER a team of brainy buddies and head to the civic centre for the mayor's fundraising quiz for his Rainbow Charity Appeal.
Street champions honoured by the mayor
WE ARE the champions! Street Champions, that is.
Annual Hillingdon Carers' Fair sets out its stall in The Mall, Uxbridge
MARION Osborne-Wright of Hillingdon Women's Centre on the centre's stall at today's (Tuesday) Hillingdon Carers' Fair in The Mall, Uxbridge.
Heroes of Hillingdon get due recognition at inspirational awards ceremony
INSPIRATIONAL people who make a difference in Hillingdon took centre stage at the Uxbridge Gazette's Local Heroes awards.
The votes have been counted
FINALISTS in the Gazette and Uxbridge College Local Heroes Awards are nervously awaiting the results of this year’s competition.
A proud pride of Lions
THE Lions of Ruislip have every reason to feel proud at the moment because four of their members are filling the top ceremonial positions on Hillingdon Council.
Mayors pledge to attend Jubilee parties
HILLINGDON mayors past and present have pledged to attend 138 parties marking the Queen's Diamond Jubilee planned for the bank holiday weekend.
Latest plans for Eastcote eyesore rejected
AN ‘EYESORE’ is still no closer to being redeveloped after Hillingdon Council rejected plans to knock it down and replace it with a block of flats.
New mayor ready for busy year
HILLINGDON Council has sworn in its new mayor.
Letters: I'm delighted and moved by support
IN RESPONSE to the Gazette's coverage of local residents' concern about lease negotiations at South Ruislip Community Association, I have received a phone call from Councillor Allan Kauffman of South Ruislip (Hall is in jeopardy, Ruislip and Eastcote Gazette, June 8).
Records show how hard councillors are working for you
dents for spending time in India, has a 100 per cent record.