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Members of defunct tennis club in Harrow to share proceeds of any sale of land

Closed club that started in 1926 seeks buyers of plot on which stands pavilion and three courts

Northwood Hills sinkhole was not the first, remembers resident

It seems the sinkhole in Pinner Road was not the first in the area

Learning disability charity to run a voting campaign

Harrow Mencap is running ‘Get My Vote’ to ensure people can get their voices heard and to make the political agenda more accessible.

What's on in Harrow and Brent this week

Five of the best activities to do with your family in Harrow and Brent.

Taxi driver Donal Drohan who was killed when a tree fell on his car during the St Jude storm in Watford, as he drove to work.

Narrative verdict at inquest into death of Harrow's Donal Drohan, whose car was crushed by falling tree in St Jude's storm

Hertfordshire coroner said the father-of-three 'would have died instantly'

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.

Easter events in Harrow and Brent for all the family

Read a run-down of Easter activites over the next two weeks

Weekend what's on guide for Hillingdon

Things to see and do in Hillingdon this Saturday (April 5)

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

Carers hand council £407million bill in report calling for more recognition

The Harrow Carer Champion Project, which was launched last year by carers, submitted the report to Harrow Council last month

Expert puts forward his theory for the Northwood sinkhole

Brunel University academic pores over old maps to find reason for collapse of Pinner Road

Francis Maude visits autism charity Kids Can Achieve

The minister for the cabinet office said he was thrilled to see the great work done by the charity

Rabbi hopes to find first same sex couple wanting to wed in Pinner

Aaron Goldstein, of Northwood and Pinner Liberal Synagogue, said that it might take a while but he hopes to perform the ceremony now that it is legal for gay couples to marry.

Dust from Sahara Desert found on cars across west London

Motorists woke up this morning (Monday, March 31) to find a smoggy dust which had swept through from the Saharan desert.


Mystery of six-foot Northwood sinkhole as collapsed drain theory is ruled out

Council highways team planning to remove temporary traffic lights and fully reopen Pinner Road at 6pm


BREAKING: Sinkhole opens in busy Northwood road

A sinkhole opened in Pinner Road, Northwood, this morning (Friday) and has got the experts perplexed.

'Out of touch' Gove is to blame for today's strike say teachers

Thousands of pupils were forced to miss school today after teachers staged a one day strike in protest at Education Secretary Michael Gove's plans to reform their pensions.

In pictures: Pinner's favourite son Elton John at 66

Reginald Kenneth Dwight, better known to his millions of fans worldwide as Elton John, was born on 25 March 1947 - growing up in Pinner and going on to find spectacular musical success


Uxbridge bodybuilder makes big-screen debut in gangster flick

Nigel St Lewis plays Silent Pete in Full English Breakfast, dubbed "the British Scarface" and released on DVD on April 7

Children wear silly, odd and loud socks for World Down Syndrome Awareness Day

Families urged to take pictures and even 'selfies' to highlight the genetic disorder - send us yours!

Burst water pipe has Affinity Water on alert in Hatch End

Affinity Water are warning people to not use electrical items while the address the problem.

Presentation of money raised in memory of Donal Drohan, at Hatch End High School, Headstone Lane, Hatch End, to The Red Brick Cafe and Harrow Mencap. Pupils and members of the two groups combine behind Yvonne Brown from The Red Brick Cafe; Savannah Dolan for the school; Lizzie Tighe, from the school, but representing Harrow Young Musicians and Devan Pillay, from Mencap.

Memorial concert for former council worker killed by falling tree raised cash for two charities

Victim's three children joined Hatch End High School and Harrow Young Musicians on stage

Expensive designer watches stolen in two daytime burglaries in Hillingdon

Police launch a public appeal for information following two burglaries in as many hours in Hillingdon on February 5. A pensioner came up against three thieves in his home during one of the raids.

Top hairdresser shares his skills

Award winning hair dresser, Darren Ambrose shares his skills at a prestigious mens hairdressing presentation.

Former classmate 'shocked' over 'shy' teenager's sentencing for collecting lethal gun parts.

Neighbours and former schoolmates react surprised as they hear the news that a shy 18 year-old was stockpiling dangerous assault weapons at his family home

Headteachers prepare bids to bring two new free schools to Harrow

The Kodak site and a soon to be vacated Pinner school could soon be used to bring more school places to the borough.

Reza Khalilzada, 18, of Pembroke Avenue, Pinner, kept gun barrel under mattress at family home and has been jailed for six years for firearms offences updated

Pinner teenager ordered Uzi sub-machine gun and wanted to build AK-47 assault rifle at home

Eighteen year old Reza Khalilzada, a former pupil of Nower Hill High School, had been stockpiling weapons at his home in Pinner and had a gun barrel under his mattress for an AK-47 assault weapon he was building

Active Harrow activities list

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

MPs pay tribute to dedicated and 'much respected' former politician John Wilkinson

Nick Hurd leads tributes to his predecessor, the former Ruislip and Northwood MP John Wilkinson

Former Ruislip and Northwood MP John Wilkinson has died at the age of 73

The Conservative MP for Ruislip and Northwood from 1979 to 2005 died on March 1 in the Isle of Man


Pinner expanded rapidly between 1923 and 1939 when a series of garden estates grew around its historic core, giving the area (including Hatch End) much of its suburban character. The area is now continuous with neighbouring suburban districts including Rayners Lane and Eastcote.

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