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Review of the Year: June: Queen Elizabeth at Terminal 2 and the return of Monty Python

June will be remembered for the Hanwell Carnival and the reopening of Heathrow Terminal 2 by the Queen and Prince Philip.

Watch: Wealdstone Raider's music video which could be set for Christmas number one

The charity single has stormed as high as SIX in the charts, but does the video do it justice?

Take THAT! Wealdstone Raider spoils boyband's Christmas as he climbs into number SIX in the iTunes charts

Viral hero Gordon Hill launched a bid to become Christmas number one... and it might ACTUALLY happen...

He's got fans! Wealdstone Raider could be set for Christmas number one after breaking into the charts

Gordon Hill has even been linked with an appearance in Celebrity Big Brother

Wealdstone Raider 'in talks to appear on Celebrity Big Brother'

A Wealdstone FC fan who shot to fame online after featuring in a song that aims to be this year's Christmas number one, is now being touted for Celebrity Big Brother.

Campaign begins to get cult personality Wealdstone Raider to Christmas #1

Fans of the man, real name Gordon Hill, want the musical mash-up of his YouTube hit outburst at a fellow supporter to beat the X Factor winner to the top of the charts 

Vicar calls on YOU to help save Hatch End church St Anselm’s

Urgent repairs are needed at the building according to the Church of England.

The Mayor of Harrow in 2013/14 Councillor Nizam Ismail pictured at Edgware's Bob Lawrence Library

Closure of four Harrow libraries and reduction of hours of remaining branches proposed by council

Consultation launched on shutting of Bob Lawrence Library in Edgware, North Harrow Library in North Harrow, Hatch End Library in Hatch End, and Rayners Lane Library in South Harrow

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Volunteer could be forced to quit charity work following car fine row with 'heartless' Harrow Council

Graham Miller could be forced to sell his vehicle to pay off fines he was hit with while doing charity work, leaving disabled people without a helping hand

Graffiti vandals Sebastian Lucas and Come Rischmann

Graffiti vandals from Shepherd's Bush and Greenford jailed for 15 months for criminal damage

A pair of west London graffiti vandals have been jailed after being convicted of causing close to £200,000 worth of damage to railway property.

Harrow community celebrates Diwali

The Mayor of Harrow praised the work of Harrow United Deaf Club, who hosted the event

Heartbroken family of Frazer Stent from Harrow who died in prison claim: "Society let him down"

The convicted burglar was due to marry next year, and had promised to turn his life around.

War memorials restored across Harrow in time for Remembrance Day

Harrow Council leader visits restored war memorials across the borough days before Remembrance Day.

Harrow repeat offender Frazer Stent dies aged 28 in Rochester Prison after alleged assault

The man was serving a four-year sentence for a Harrow burglary, and his death is now being investigated.

Eid and Diwali celebrations light up Harrow United Deaf Club

Speaking at the event, the Mayor of Harrow praised the work of Asif Iqbal's deaf club charity.

Harrow police out in force in Wealdstone this morning

Borough commander Simon Ovens will be answering your questions on Twitter later today.

Harrow United Deaf Club enjoyed a Halloween party at their home at Bridge Day Centre in Christchurch Avenue, Wealdstone

Harrow United Deaf Club asks council and police to sign up to deaf charter

The club, which meets at Bridge Day Centre in Christchurch Avenue, Wealdstone, held a Halloween party featuring a talk on the charter from guest speaker Graham Welton from the British Deaf Association

Labour leader Ed Miliband celebrated Navratri last night at Harrow Leisure Centre with Dr Rajesh Parmar, left, the founder and spiritual leader of organisers International Siddhashram Shakti Centre in Wealdstone

Labour leader Ed Miliband celebrates Navratri at separate Harrow festivals

The opposition leader attended separate Navratri celebrations at Kadwa Patidar Centre and at Harrow Leisure Centre

Three petitions launched by campaigners trying to save Harrow Arts Centre

After Harrow Council announced that the arts centre in Hatch End could close due to cuts, so far three separate petitions have been launched to help save it.

Harrow dad died hero's death saving his family from blaze caused by faulty freezer

The death of Santosh Benjamin in Harrow could have a lasting impact on how household appliances are sold in the UK, following his inquest verdict today.

Birthday boy celebrates 60th birthday with dishing out a free hug for every year

The event tied nicely into the borough’s celebration of being a part of London for 60 years.

Get sporty tomorrow at Harrow's Under One Sky 2014 festival

Under One Sky 2014 may be a chance to have fun and relax, but it is also an opportunity to try out some sporting activities. 

Flash Musicals to take Harrow's Under One Sky 2014 by storm with nostalgic show

Terry Revill's charity will make an appearance at the Under One Sky 2014 festival on Sunday.

Harrow's Under One Sky 2014 music schedule revealed

Check out our list for the all events for Sunday's Under One Sky 2014

Wealdstone man jailed for using dead mother's passport to smuggle girls into UK

Najr Mansour was given a two year jail term after he pleaded guilty to assisting unlawful immigration and to possessing an identity document with improper intention.

Council leader: Under One Sky 2014 a 'great' chance for community organisations

David Perry, leader of Harrow Council, said that Under One Sky 2014 showcases the strength of the Harrow community.

Headteacher delighted at expansion of primary school to all-through

Whitefriars Primary School will now have a secondrary school built to bring an extra 750 places for students.

New secondary school confirmed for Wealdstone as a part of Harrow Council's expansion project

The £75million project took significant progress last night after councillors approved three schools.

Longer trains and more capacity on Southern services on West London Line

Rail franchisee Southern increased yesterday all West London Line services from four to five carriages on the and three peak-time services from four to eight carriages

Under One Sky is Harrow's largest annual musical and cultural community celebrating diversity and unity

Under One Sky: timeline of Harrow's largest community event that celebrates borough's immense diversity and richness

getwestlondon presents a short history of the cultural and music spectacular hosted by Harrow Council

Wealdstone

Wealdstone is a largely working-class and recent immigrant district in Harrow.It is named after Weald Stone, a sarsen stone, formerly marking the boundary between the parishes of Harrow and Harrow Wealdstone.

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Michael Russell
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Tim Street
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