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The independent west London film combining 'British humour and Indian heart'

Meera Syal is among the cast of Amar Akbar & Tony, the debut feature film by Acton director Atul Malhotra

Hounslow MP receives nearly £120,000 in donations

Brentford and Isleworth MP Mary Macleod has received more in political donations since May 2010 than all but three other MPs

Baroness Lawrence visits Harrow College to inspire young voters

Baroness Lawrence and Uma Kumaran (mid) visit Harrow College to encourage the young ethnic minority vote
Campaigner Baroness Lawrence met with students to encourage ethnic minority voter participation in the upcoming General Election

Origami dogs made from £10 notes unleashed on London

More than 500 paper puppies have been hidden at Tube stations, coffee shops and shopping centres throughout west London and the rest of the capital

London Marathon: Harrow resident to run in memory of late wife

Doun and Ting Choi enjoying their special day at Heston Blumenthal's 'The Fat Duck' restaurant
Doun Choi, of Harrow, is getting set to run the upcoming Virgin London Marathon this April, in memory of his wife

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

When are the FA Cup semi-finals at Wembley?

The FA Cup semi-finals are fast approaching - but when is it all kicking off?

The independent west London film combining 'British humour and Indian heart'

Meera Syal is among the cast of Amar Akbar & Tony, the debut feature film by Acton director Atul Malhotra

Young ballerina wins place at prestigious dance school

Ickenham schoolgirl Jasmine Whitford, 10, was chosen over hundreds of others from around the world for her spot at the Royal Ballet School

Record-breaking number of Brent pupils secure first-choice secondary schools

A record number of students in Brent have been accepted to their preferred secondary school this year, compared to 2014

It would take 15 years and £807m to repair London's 'crumbling' roads

A recent survey found 17% of London's roads were in a poor structural condition and it would take 15 years to clear the backlog of road maintenance across the capital

West London schools left in the shade when it comes to using solar panels

Solar panels being laid
Friends of the Earth stats show Hounslow has the most with just six, but Hammersmith & Fulham, Ealing, Hillingdon and Westminster don't have any

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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