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17:18, 11 DEC 2013
Yiewsley campaigners rejoice after Powerday waste plant plans rejected
Hillingdon Council refuse Powerday bid for 13-acre Materials Recycling Facility (MRF) on Old Coal Depot site in Tavistock Road.
New chairman for Ruislip Residents' Association
RUISLIP Residents’ Association has elected a new chairman to take up the reins from Joan Davis.
Poll’s runaway winner
PUPILS from secondary schools across the borough put their heads together to vote for their book of the year on World Book Day.
Disablement charity urges firms to offer work experience to disabled youngsters
A CHARITY is urging more firms to offer work placements to disabled young people after a successful pilot scheme at the Hyde Park Hayes office complex.
Northwood pupils brave cold for anniversary walk
PUPILS from Northwood College celebrated the one-year anniversary of their ‘walking bus’ on Friday last week.
Tree planting marks 80th anniversary of Uxbridge Rotary
THE Rotary Club of Uxbridge celebrated its 80th anniversary – and the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee – by planting a Cedar of Lebanon tree in Court Park, Hillingdon.
London 2012 Olympics
Paralympic golden girl Natasha unveils plaque
DOUBLE Paralympic gold medal winner Natasha Baker unveiled a commeorative plaque in Uxbridge High Street today (Tuesday).
Com Cafe aims to get people in the festive mood
THE Com Cafe on the Glebe Estate in West Drayton is arranging a number of festive events for families in the run-up to Christmas.
Autistic pupils write about their experiences
AUTISTIC pupils at one of the borough’s foremost special schools have penned a book about life with the condition.
Video: Gold medallist Natasha switches on Uxbrige Christmas lights
PARALYMPIC gold medallist Natasha Baker lit up Uxbridge this evening.
Age UK stages Christmas Market in Uxbridge
UXBRIDGE: Age UK Hillingdon is holding a Christmas market on Saturday, December 8.
Children carolling as town lights up
sCHOOL choirs from around Northwood Hills sang at the lighting of the Christmas lights.
Age UK reopens its Uxbridge shop with a flourish
AGE UK Hillingdon’s advice and information shop in Uxbridge has just reopened after a major refit thanks to a legacy.
Special school pupils scoop awards
SPECIAL school youngsters were rewarded for ‘going the extra mile’ in their educational life.
Boris opens new library
BORIS Johnson unveiled a special plaque at the opening of a new library.
Canadian Forces thank community for help
CANADIAN Forces officers thanked their members and local businesses in Ruislip at the grand reopening of their offices on Friday.
Replica wartime flag unveiled at Polish memorial ceremony
CROWDS gathered in the sunshine for the annual wreath-laying ceremony to honour the memory of fallen Polish airmen.
Hillingdon London Borough Council
£40k boost for Swakeleys Park in Ickenham
THE transformation of a popular park is set to continue at pace after a £40,000 funding boost.
Spitfire at wreath-laying ceremony for fallen Polish airmen
A SPITFIRE flypast will mark the beginning of the wreath-laying service to honour the memory of fallen Polish airmen.
Mayor visits Muslim Centre for Ramadan meal
MUSLIMS breaking their fast last night (Thursday) greeted the mayor of Hillingdon at Hayes Muslim Centre.
Sailors push the boat out at Hillingdon Outdoor Activities Centre
SAILING skills were on display during an Olympic-themed event at Hillingdon Outdoor Activities Centre.
New nursery unveiled in Northwood
A NURSERY was declared officially open at a simple ceremony.
Ruislip Northwood and Pinner Community Games
CHILDREN from schools across the north of the borough came together for their first ever community games.
A proud pride of Lions
THE Lions of Ruislip have every reason to feel proud at the moment because four of their members are filling the top ceremonial positions on Hillingdon Council.