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Creative children from a school in Kenton unveil mosaic for learning disability charity

Year four pupils from Sinai School in Shakespeare Drive, Kenton unveiled a mosaic they prepared for Norwood’s Ravenswood village in Berkshire.

Rotarians welcome young visitors from Continental and Eastern Europe

Banners exchanged between Rotary Club of Northwick Park

Sushi, magic and cocktails fundraiser

St Mark's Hospital Foundation are hosting a fundraising event at Peaches Bar in Kenton Harrow to raise vital funds.

Will it be Argentina's year?

Where to watch the World Cup final in West London

If you haven't got a plane ticket to Rio to watch the World Cup final then chances are you'll need to find a good atmospheric venue in West London to see the action. Here's our round-up of venues.

St Luke's John Corner Memorial Golf Day

Little boy from Harrow loses cancer battle despite community raising £20k for his treatment

The family of a five year old boy who captured the hearts of West London has lost his lost brave battle against cancer, despite a huge fundraising effort on his behalf.

Paramedics complete Leeds-London Grand Depart bike ride for St Luke's Hospice and ORCHYD

London Ambulance Service paramedics cycled the opening route of the Tour de France in three days to raise money for Ruislip and Harrow charities

More than 80 women from Shree Swaminarayan Mandir in Kingsbury Road, Kingsbury, took part in the walk updated

Look: pictures from St Luke's Hospice's Midnight Walk that raised £174,000 for charity

1,500 women took part in a 9-mile race around the streets of Wealdstone, Harrow Weald, Stanmore, Kingsbury and Kenton in aid of local charity

St Luke's Hospice's Midnight Walk has sold out - so no-one can register on the night

All 1,500 places have been registered and the charity's night-time fundraiser is full to capacity

Boy battling cancer heads to Germany for treatment

Kenton schoolboy Rione Holder is travelling to Germany for treatment for a rare kidney cancer after the public donated £22k

Brent council accused of being 'disrespectful' to graves

Bereaved relatives are furious after learning religious ornaments and personal trinkets left at graves in Carpenders Park Cemetery are ‘disrespectfully’ being removed.

Harrow's first Gujarati mayor is a hard-working, cricket-loving hair salons owner

Councillor Ajay Maru chooses adoption charity Coram to raise money for during mayoral year

Stanmore resident Herman Martyn, a foundation governor and vice-chairman of governors at the Michael Sobell Sinai School in Shakespeare Drive, Kenton, has been made an MBE in The Queen's Birthday Honours List

Long-serving Kenton school governor honoured by The Queen

Herman Martyn, who lives in Stanmore, is made MBE in Birthday Honours List

Flash mob at Weald Junior School, Robin Hood Drive, Harrow Weald, in June 2013

New headteachers of the only primary school in Harrow deemed 'inadequate' by Ofsted say they are acting fast to address problems

Weald Junior School fell from a 'Good' rating to 'Inadequate' and then-headteacher retired in April after inspection

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Sixth form students and staff walk to St Luke's Hospice to raise money for the charity

30-strong group from St Dominic's Sixth Form College in Harrow on the Hill hope took part in inaugural walk

A dozen friends - among them nine paramedics - are embarking on the three-day Pace VC Charity Tour in aid of two charities

Dozen cyclists raising money for St Luke's Hospice and ORCHYD in Leeds-to-London bike ride

Group of 12 embarking on three-day Pace VC Charity Tour in aid of two charities

Mary Whelan, 61, was jailed for two years for affray and causing grievous bodily harm in relation to a gang beating outside The Lough Inn in Harrow in 2004

Woman who led gang beating at Harrow pub fails in bid to be released from jail

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Mary Whelan who was arrested and jailed after an appeal on TV's Crimewatch has lost her bid to have her sentence for GBH suspended

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Labour make gains in Brent half-way through election count

Brent Council local election results show that Liberal Democrat opposition has been diminished by Labour gains

Fun run raises thousands for Kenton hospice

The Run Wembley event in Sudbury was a huge success for St Luke's Hospice

St Luke's Hospice trek could raise £80,000

More than 80 took part in Kenton-based charity's Peak District Challenge

Firefighters tackle DIY-gone-wrong blaze in Kenton

35 firefighters rushed to battle the fire, with no one left seriously injured

St Luke's looking for more volunteers for Woodgrange Centre

The new centre is set to open in July, and the charity want you to help care for residents

Tributes to "determined and passionate" former Brent councillor

Richard Harrod passed away peacefully at St Luke's Hospice, Kenton, yesterday and was an active Labour party activist

Award-winning Val Myers, on the left with the microphone, who has run weekly A-B Coasters line dancing classes at Kenton Methodist Church in Woodgrange Avenue, Kenton, for 10 years, won a public apology from two former pupils who defamed him: Sandra Ong and Jennifer Ryce

Harrow line dancing instructor 'defamed by pupil-turned-rival' receives High Court apology

Respected line dancing teacher Val Myers, who runs weekly A-B Coasters in Kenton, receives public apology in High Court from Sandra Ong, of Saints In-line

New chief executive Robin Webb appointed to lead Harrow's St Luke's hospice

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Robin Webb began work at St Luke's Hospice two weeks ago after the charity last year said farewell to Mike Coward, who was in the role for 13 years

Dealer sentenced after hiding stash in fizzy drink bottle

Tanvir Singh Osahan was sent to prison for 12 months for dealing drugs, which were hidden inside a fizzy drinks bottle

A fire gutted the garage of a detached property in Alicia Gardens, Kenton

Fire destroys garage in Kenton - occupants of house escape

Four crews called out to attended tea-time blaze

John Flint, 77 - pictured here in an old photograph with Austrian friends - is taking part in St Luke’s five-day Hospice’s Peak District Challenge from today in memory of his wife, Patricia, who was cared for by the hospice until her death in 2007

Widower tackling 18th St Luke's Hospice annual walk in memory of late wife

John Flint, 77, is helping to raise money for the charity who looked after Patricia until her death in 2007

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