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Marks & Spencer
13:22, 30 SEP 2013
NOTE TO SELF: It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas
The minute I saw it I knew that the madness of the Christmas season was upon us.
Bm@il: Strictly no screaming for six packs on the X Factor, please ladies
I HAVE been disturbed by some strange things lately, on subjects such as baby clothes and men’s chests, so excuse me while I sound off.
Hanwell dad delivers baby in back of car
A SHOCKED father found himself delivering his own daughter in the back of a car after he and his pregnant wife were unable to get to hospital in time.
Courageous campaigning arthritis cyclist completes Boston to Miami ride
A CYCLIST has ridden down the east coast of the United States to demonstrate how his incurable spinal arthritis condition is no longer holding him back.
Trade was good in Hammersmith despite summer of sport distraction
EACH year shops face a struggle when the summer arrives as the three month period of June, July and August tends to be a notoriously quiet time for the high street.
Ealing London Borough Council
Animal Welfare Column: Poscha is laid-back and lovely
I’ve got a lot to tell you about this week and, at the top of the list, is Porscha.
'No milk today'. M&S runs out of the white stuff
MARKS and Spencer has apologised for running out of milk.
Brent police raise £2k for injured officers
MORE than £2,000 has been raised by Brent Police for Harrow police officers seriously injured in Kingsbury.
Note to Self: No home-made Christmas for me
This week I was asked onto the Jeremy Vine show on BBC Radio 2 to discuss the growing trend for making your own Christmas presents, cards, cakes, puddings and decorations.
Note to Self: No home-made Christmas for me
This week I was asked onto the Jeremy Vine show on BBC Radio 2 to discuss the
Shoppers outrage at Sunday parking fee
CAR PARK users in Pinner are being charged for using the free service on a Sunday in Love Lane.
Police warn of handbag thefts in Pinner
SHOPPERS in Pinner are being urged to take care of their handbags while shopping in the village.
My Trade: Ealing man's cheese harks back to another era
A CHEESE expert from West Ealing is hoping to put the heart back to the high street with a new business harking back to an age before supermarkets.
Hounslow shoplifters prompt Marks & Spencer to lock rear entrance
SHOPLIFTING in Hounslow is so bad bosses at Marks & Spencer have decided to lock their back doors - angering elderly customers.
Super sewer columns: Thames insists noise no problem
RATS (Residents Against Thames Sewer) protester Nicky Pateman continues her weekly column outlining the opposition's case against building part of the Thames Tunnel from a site in Carnwath Road, Fulham.
Hatch End High School
Harrow student designs charity T-shirt for M&S
A STUDENT from Harrow created bespoke charity T-shirts for high street chain Marks and Spencer.
Harrow London Borough Council
Letters: Prize that missed a positive trick
AFTER seeing Harrow Council has spent £3,000 making over a privately owned premises in North Harrow ('Bid to entice traders with mock florists', Observer, June 23), I rang a couple of departments at the council to find out why they hadn't employed the services of the local printers to do some of the work.
Woman devastated after third tortoise goes missing
ANOTHER tortoise has gone missing, just weeks after a pair of the creatures were stolen from a Feltham tourist attraction.
Be an early bird with the news and pick up a copy of the Chronicle
WANT to make sure you get your super Fulham Chronicle every week?
'Hillingdon families are searching bins for food', says charity
DESPERATE families in Hillingdon are resorting to searching supermarket bins for out of date food as a result of financial difficulty, according to a charity volunteer.
Feltham school fashion show supported by top business chiefs
STUDENTS from Longford Community School put their heart and soul into a fashion show last week, getting support from some of the country's top business chiefs.
Evacuated pupils give to Thank You cards to cinema hosts
SCHOOLCHILDREN “overwhelmed” by the hospitality shown by Harrow cinema staff during a fire evacuation handed over Thank You cards to show the enormity of their gratitude.
Meadow House extension opened by Chief Nursing Officer
MEADOW House Hospice’s new Maria Brennan conservatory will be officially opened by Dame Christine Beasley, DBE, Chief Nursing Officer for England tomorrow (16)
Westfield expansion plans could include social housing
WESTFIELD Shopping Centre is planning a multi-million pound extension to their White City site which could include up to a thousand new homes.