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11:19, 15 OCT 2013
Former school pals say goodbye to retiring head
Generations of pupils back in class to share their happy memories
Exhibition of photographers' best
Photography and camera club of Hayes End Methodist Church will mount an exhibition of members' pictures at the church of St Peter and St Paul in St Peter's Way, Harlington
Talk about singing scholars
FIND out about the award-winning Mellow Lane Girls Choir from a former member.
Owners alerted after cats shot
A CAT lover was ‘devastated’ at the realisation that two of her pets had been shot with air pellets.
If you build it, maybe Murray will come...
A COMMUNITY stalwart in Hayes has set his sights on a new tennis court for children, with dreams of Wimbledon hero Andy Murray hitting the first ball there.
Worry at change to local policing
POLICE officers, councillors and other civic leaders came together for the launch of the Mayor of London’s Local Policing Model (LPM).
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What's on in Hayes, Harlington and Yeading
Paying for parking 'will rescue shops'
TWO Hayes councillors have called on the borough to Save Our Shops, by introducing parking restrictions on two shopping parades.
Your letters this week (April 24)
Cyclists flout the law with impunity
Teen MPs take up their posts
THE newly elected young MPs have been welcomed by Hillingdon council at their first official appearance.
Cash boost for Hillingdon's most deprived areas
THREE of the borough’s most deprived areas have been awarded government funding.
Hillingdon London Borough Council
Your letters this week (December 5)
Special cricket stump in raffle
‘No photos’ as Brad Pitt has a snack
The Academy Award-nominated actor was reshooting parts of the zombie epic, World War Z in Hayes last week.
Church's annual flower festival
Parishioners and neighbours provided a steady stream of visitors at the weekend to see the arrangements, created by groups who use the building, including the Boys’ and Girls’ Brigade Companies, social groups for the elderly and church stewards.
Hot stuff at special day
HAYES End Community Park buzzed with families enjoying the sunshine during a fun day.
Getting serious about playtime
PARENTS and carers are being urged to sign up to become ‘play ambassadors’, as part of a new programme being run by Hillingdon Play Association (HPA).
Tributes paid to 'loving husband and dad' found dead
A FORMER IT worker found dead a week after going missing has been described by his family as a “kind and loving husband, dad and grandad”.
Body in woods confirmed as missing man Ian Beaver
THE DEAD body found in woods in Hayes End has been identified as missing man Ian Beaver.
Dead body found in Hayes 'is missing man'
A body believed to be that of missing Hayes man Ian Beaver has been discovered.
And so, farewell: it's been a blast
BY THE time you read this, I’ll be knee deep in moving boxes in deepest darkest Buckinghamshire, unpacking my old Uxbridge life.
Summer sounds lift carnival
Several thousand people turned up under grey skies for the annual open-air party that is the Hayes Carnival.
Yeading library closes doors for refurbishment
YEADING Library has closed its doors as it undergoes a £750,000 refurbishment.
Hillingdon London Borough Council
Jubilee will be a day to remember
THE Hayes End Community Centre (HECC) is planning to give pensioners a day to remember during the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee weekend.
London 2012 Olympics
Hayes Carnival set to be a blockbuster
THIS year’s Hayes Carnival promises to be a blockbuster, despite the street parade being shortened.