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Best friend completed 'gruelling' London Marathon

Ashley Rubenstein from Kenton completed the gruelling 26.2 mile challenge on Sunday (April 13) in four hours, two minutes and 44 seconds.

All the St Luke's Hospice Jail and Bail detainees with their police captors outside Pinner Police Station. The event raised £17,000 for the Kenton-based charity.

You're free to go: St Luke's Hospice's Jail and Bail fundraiser raises £17,000

SUPPORTIVE members of the community lined up outside a police station to be arrested in order to raise money for a hospice.

Reverend James Mercer, vicar of All Saints' Harrow Weald church, being arrested for the St Luke's Hospice Jail and Bail fundraiser for "impersonating a vicar" live

Live: St Luke's Hospice Jail and Bail fundraising event

Community volunteers are behind bars and have to earn £1,000 bail through pledges by phoning contacts


Road collision at Harrow's Northwick Park Roundabout: 70-year-old motorcyclist trapped under van taken to hospital

Patient taken to St Mary's Hospital with 'non-life threatening injuries' following mid-morning crash

Brothel and duty-evaded alcohol uncovered during clean

A suspected brothel was uncovered alongside tonnes of duty-evaded booze during clean up blitz.

Rocket from space parked up in playground in Harrow

Students at St Gregory’s Catholic Science College had to be convinced by teachers that there was a rocket which had been in to space in the playground.

Shoppers and staff at Sainsbury's in Nash Way, Kenton, held a dance flash mob over the weekend to raise money for Sports Relief

Video: shoppers and staff in Sainsbury's flash mob dance for Sport Relief

Customers and workers at Kenton store helped raise more than £6,500 for good causes over the weekend

Last wish of elderly man is one of St Luke's largest legacies

Eric Rawson left a quarter of a million pounds to St Luke's Hospice in his will

In Pictures: Duchess of Cambridge visit and other February events

Key news events from February 2014 in west London as seen by our team of photo journalists.

Five of the best events happening in Harrow and Brent

Here are the top five events to go to in Harrow and Brent in the next week.

Immigration minister visits Kenton to debate government policy

James Brokenshire MP met with members from the National Congress of Gujarati Organisation at Kenton's Kadwa Patidar Centre in Kenmore Avenue.

Active Harrow activities list

Active Harrow weekend: see what taster sessions you can take part in

Emma's electric performance wins Emunah title

Emma Sherrard was presented with the title by late pop star Amy Winehouse’s father, Mitch Winehouse, and his wife Jane.

Ignored: Council 'cock up' leaves more than 200 concerned neighbours unanswered

Petitions complaining about fly-tipping, pot holes, parking and low lighting levels, all handed in to Harrow Council in September, went unanswered.

Wacky wigs worn for charity by Hatch End salon

Staff at HOB salon raised more than £2,000 through a raffle and a bake sale which will help pay for a new respiratory unit at Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital in central London.

Relive Claremont memories with old classmates

A former pupil of Claremont Secondary Modern School is looking for classmates from the class of 1964

Three victims targeted in distraction burglaries

Police asking for witnesses after three vulnerable victims were targeted in one day.

Case review launched in to death of sons at the hands of their mother

Jeyavani Vageswaran was found hanged and her two sons dead in Kenton in January. The family were known to Brent Council

Nearly new sale for the National Childbirth Trust

There will be bargains galore on toys, clothes and equipment for under-5s, a cake sale and an information area for expectant and new parents.

Massage therapist charged with sexual assault

Lijo Kizhakkevilayiljoy has been charged with sexual assault on a female at a Massage Centre in Kenton Lane, Harrow.

Girls' Brigade and ATC Squadron recommended for Freedom of Harrow

Ceremonial scroll could be presented in recognition of the organisations' contribution to borough

Racist who launched a tirade of abuse in just one day is jailed

Robert Dorkings displayed “astonishing bad behaviour” when he strangled his stepfather, poured a pint of beer over three young Muslim women and racially abused two police officers

Carers campaigner nominated for councillor award

Labour's Victoria Silver was recognised for her work with the Harrow Carers Champions project

Volunteer Eugene Callinan sets out his views on the future of Kenton community cafe

In response to our story, the Harrow Hero award winner has written this letter.

On the run: Police appeal for information on convict

Harrow police are appealing for information on the whereabouts of 62-year-old Mary Whelan, who is wanted after being found guilty of violent disorder in 2005.

Volunteers set to lose community cafe, prompting fury from Friends Group

Harrow Hero award-winning volunteer and community organiser Eugene Callinan refurbished the derelict building with the help of Harrow Council, who now want to put it out to tender.

Trapped pensioner appealing for help to leave her house

Elizabeth Taverner, 79, is housebound and access to the outside world is difficult from her ground floor flat


St Luke's Hospice bids farewell to leader of 13 years

The chairman of St Luke’s Hospice, Mike Redhouse, wrote to members of the charity this week informing them that Mike Coward had taken early retirement after more than a decade at the helm.

Community choir calls on you to join them in upcoming concert

Stanmore Choral Society have begun rehearsals after announcing the date of their upcoming concert and are welcoming others to join them in an effort to make this concert bigger and better than ever.

Police outside in Woodgrange Close updated

Kenton murder probe: children were suffocated to death

Identifies finally confirmed of two children and their mother found dead in Kenton flat

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