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16:12, 15 JUL 2017
Free Harry Potter tour comes to London
Visit J.K. Rowling’s favourite streets in London which inspired Diagon Alley or Knockturn Alley
How to find out if you're the owner of a first edition copy of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone - 20 years after its first release
Advice comes from rare bookshop Peter Harrington, which is selling two copies from its store in Chelsea for nearly £5,000
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets in concert is coming to the UK - how to get tickets
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets is the next film in the series to be brought to life by a live orchestra
Harry Potter shop: Take a look inside the magical world at new Heathrow Airport store
From wizards wands to Slytherin scarves, you can get your hands on all things magical in the Harry Potter shop at Heathrow Airport
Harry Potter shop: Discover the best selling gifts as new store opens in Heathrow
Take a look inside the newly opened Wizarding World of J.K.Rowling's Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child: 60,000 tickets to be released - find out how to get one
Don't miss out on tickets as the hugely popular West End production of the Wizarding franchise has been extended until 2018
A handmade Harry Potter hat created by JK Rowling is on eBay for £2,000
The unique item signed by JK Rowling is a rare one-off that could now belong to a Potter head
Own a piece of Harry Potter history: Daniel Radcliffe's childhood home goes on sale
The actor is said to have been enjoying a bath in the family home in Fulham when he learned he had landed the coveted part of the boy magician
Hayes and Yeading FC
Harry Potter nemesis Lord Voldemort is taboo in the wizard world - but the R-word is spoken freely in United's ranks
Hayes & Yeading boss Garry Haylock says he is not hiding from the prospect of relegation and has discussed the possibility with his squad
Former Ruislip schoolgirl dubbed the 'next JK Rowling' is coming to Uxbridge to sign copies of her new book
Samantha Shannon's debut novel The Bone Season got rave reviews and could become a film, and now its sequel The Mime Order is about to hit bookshelves.
School wins award for helping to integrate traveller children
An infants school in the London Borough of Hillingdon has won a national award after taking part in a project about traveller life
Bm@il: McGonagall, a sister under the skin and a brother in rhyme
I’VE just unearthed an interesting fact that is great news for writers everywhere – particularly those with a burgeoning collection of rejection slips.
Bm@il: Filter the office out of the coffee
APPARENTLY the coffee bar culture is replacing pubs as our traditional meeting places.
Young writers’ stories in print
CHILDREN from a school went to the publishing party of a book to which they contributed.
Ealing teacher hits the comedy circuit
AN ANTENATAL teacher is determined to challenge the stereotype that ‘women are not funny’ with witty stand-up sets and satirical comedy.
Pietri was hero of original London Olympics
THERE is no doubt that sometimes the gallant loser lives longer in the memory.
Harry Potter fans' paradise on a wizard studio tour
WE ARE big Harry Potter fans in our house. We have all the books, quite a few of the audio CDs for long journeys and we would book our cinema tickets soon after all of the eight films were released.
B@Mail: Calm down, take a stroll
WE ARE told that working on a computer for hours without a break can lead to all manner of unspeakable things.
Heston woman unearths rare Kipling book
A WOMAN unearthed a rare book by Rudyard Kipling worth almost £500 while clearing out her parents' old home.
Harry Potter and the deathly hallows: Part 1 (12a)
Harry Potter gets darker still in this penultimate, nailbiting episode, writes DAMON SMITH.
Ex-Hounslow man pens the 'new Harry Potter'
THE heroine in Tony Flood's new book is being hailed as a possible successor to the Harry Potter adventures.
Fully Booked: Bellies and brutal Tyson
I am happy to admit that I'm rather lazy when it comes to keeping fit and wouldn't know a sit-up if I tripped over someone performing one.
Fully Booked: Some good New Year reads
With the new year upon us, some of you may be thinking of doing something constructive with your lives and if that might involve being green-fingered, Carol Klein's Grow Your Own Veg Journal could be just what you are looking for.