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Mary Senganda had the opportunity to meet Tinie Tempah, her favourite musician

Tinie Tempah surprises star-struck Harrow fan

The musician is helping to inspire young adults as an ambassador for the National Citizen Service

Stark rise in number of west Londoners using food banks

The number has skyrocketed by nearly a third over the past year, to more than 14,000, while across the UK a record 1m now rely on free food handouts

Ed Balls promises to 'save NHS' in Harrow East

Ed Balls and Uma Kumaran visit the local chippy in Harrow
Under Labour plans, more than 5,000 small businesses could save around £400 a year

Harrow Hindu community hosts election hustings

The Harrow Hindu community hosted its first ever election hustings
Questions raised ranged from local planning issues to international trade and co-operation with India

Family of crash victim Faye Norris speak of 'justice' after boyfriend driver jailed

The sister of mother-of-one Faye Norris said of the sentencing: “It's not going to bring her back. But we've got some sort of justice”

Harrow in Pictures

Harrow boss would swap cup success for survival

League is the priority for Baker, whose side could be in three finals

Wealdstone promote youngster to first-team as Cronin leaves on loan

McDonnell handed first-team contract as defender opts to leave

New boss sends warning to his Boro troops

Saturday's game may be the only chance Harrow players get to shine
Terminator 2 - Judgement Day poster

At last the mind-boggling science behind our favourite films is about to be explained...

Experts will explain Alien, T2, Shaun of the Dead and other films during live showings in Chelsea

Palestinian play heading to west London after Kickstarter campaign

The Hounslow-Ramallah Twinning Association secured just under £2,000 via the crowd-funding site to present the allegorical drama 48 Minutes for Palestine

In pictures: Thousands enjoy 35th London Marathon

Well it's over for another year, but the 2015 London Marathon saw thousands of runners, fundraisers, celebrities and athletes run around the city

Brent police partnership tackles rough sleepers

Local residents have raised concerns of rough sleepers and men waiting around for cash in hand work

Beloved former Harrow Mayor Bobbie Feakins dies aged 99

"Bobbie’s incredible accolade and achievements during his lifetime will remain absolutely outstanding"

Win free tickets for Wembley's Electric Run

The Electric Run in Wembley was a huge success in 2014
Brent Council are giving locals the opportunity to take part in the 5km Electric Run in May - for free

Fancy giving Futsal a try?

It's the football variation which is driving the Brazilians nuts

Lowlands hotshot Mitchell Jones blows away competition

Teenager takes men’s singles title at Wembley & Harrow Closed Championships

Hayes brace helps St Joseph's U17s beat leaders Town

Youth football round-up also featuring Harrow St Mary's

Harrow

Harrow is the largest district in northwest London. It has a large town centre boasting two shopping centres and shops throughout Station Road and College Road. It is home to a University of Westminster campus and is widely known for Harrow School, and Harrow County School.

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