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Join charity fitness fest at Harrow Leisure Centre on Sunday

Staff member's bone marrow transplant prompted Everyone Active to organise fundraising two-hour activities

Performers at last year's Under One Sky

Under One Sky: Harrow Council submits application to itself for licence for the festival

Send or Tweet us your photographs and videos from last year's extravaganza

Charity's row over Harrow Magistrates' Court, which was "stripped of historical value", could end... in court

The Jaspar Foundation have lodged an appeal with the council after being knocked back twice in planning dispute.


UNDER ONE SKY: Date set as September 21 for Harrow's biggest community festival

Theme of this year's spectacular is the 60th anniversary of the borough

Hassan-Kul Hawadleh

Jailed Wealdstone knifeman's part in events that led to killing of ex-Somali prime minister's son

A Wealdstone man serving eight years for stabbing his victim in the head, played a part in triggering tit-for-tat violence that culminated in the fatal stabbing of a former Somali prime minister's son.

Charity which boasts of "passion" for old buildings set to lose planning row after inflicting "irretrievable damage" on court house

The 10-month planning row will come to a conclusion on Wednesday, with officers informing councillors to refuse a revised planning application from the charity.

Harrow on the Hill War Memorial in Grove Hill, Harrow on the Hill

First World War: your help needed to create a definitive Book of Remembrance for Harrow

Residents asked to assist in clarification of names sourced from war memorials and to submit human interest stories

One of Unison's previous strikes

WATCH: Public sector strikes: how is YOUR West London borough affected?

GetWestLondon has compiled details of schools and council services affected across Hounslow, Hillingdon, Harrow, Brent, Ealing, Kensington and Chelsea, Westminster and Fulham and Chelsea

Two weeks' wait for bin collection in Harrow as a result of tomorrow's public sector strike

Binmen are walking out alongside other UNISON, Unite and GMB members as part of national coordinated action

MP raising money for two Harrow charities by entering London Triathlon

Gareth Thomas aims to repeat 2013 feat of completing three triathlons

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Pedestrian suffers life-threatening injuries after car sends road sign flying in Wealdstone

Woman, 37, in critical condition in east London hospital after being hit by a road sign dislodged by alleged out-of-control car  

More than 80 women from Shree Swaminarayan Mandir in Kingsbury Road, Kingsbury, took part in the walk updated

Look: pictures from St Luke's Hospice's Midnight Walk that raised £174,000 for charity

1,500 women took part in a 9-mile race around the streets of Wealdstone, Harrow Weald, Stanmore, Kingsbury and Kenton in aid of local charity

Harrow Teachers Centre in Tudor Road, Harrow exclusive

Unit for Harrow's excluded pupils to be relocated to make way for new school

Harrow Tuition Service's Pupil Referral Unit to move so Harrow Teachers' Centre can be demolished to pave way for new Whitefriars Community School

Thirteen 'illegal immigrants' living in cramped cockroach-ridden three-bed house

Landlord has questions to answer after 13 occupants found to be sharing home with infestation of cockroaches and rats.

St Luke's Hospice's Midnight Walk has sold out - so no-one can register on the night

All 1,500 places have been registered and the charity's night-time fundraiser is full to capacity

Yates's, a late night bar in Station Road, Harrow

Jailed for punch thrown in Yates's in Harrow that fractured dancer's cheek and eye socket

Ryan Leathers, 21, of The Broadway, Wealdstone, struck man in face after taking exception to his dancing in town centre bar

The 'Building Bridges Day' at International Siddhashram Shakti Centre encouraged volunteers to sign up as a mentor for Wormwood Scrubs Community Chaplaincy

Prison mentor appeal hosted by Harrow temple

Volunteers sought to meet ex-offenders at 'Building Bridges Day’ held at International Siddhashram Shakti Centre

Michael Gibbs attended one of The Queen's royal garden party at Buckingham Palace in recognition of being Harrow Council's longest serving employee

Buckingham Palace party invite for Harrow Council's longest serving staff member

Michael Gibbs, 61, joined the authority as an apprentice carpenter and joiner in 1969

Harrow Borough Commander Chief Superintendent Dal Babu

£15,000 cost to taxpayer of 3-week review that found 'no evidence of institutional racism' at Harrow Council

Retired Harrow borough commander Dal Babu's report branded a 'waste of money' by ex-council candidates turned political observers

'Trespasser' on Harrow and Wealdstone station roof forces train delays with power lines cut

The man was seen on the roof at 5pm, with police having to intervene to talk him down

Trade legally or we will shut you down: Police warning to traders after they seize a TON of counterfeit alcohol

The latest day of action for Harrow police was possibly their most successful yet, with customs officers still counting the illicit booze


Stone's Samaritans saved mate's life

Raymond O'Rourke knew something was wrong when elderly friend Ted didn't turn up to Wealdstone FC game

Video: CCTV released in Crimewatch appeal to find body of missing father-of-four

After years of lobbying the Met, James Scott has finally got his wish as CCTV footage he believes could solve the mystery of his brother Raymond's disappearance is released during BBC television appeal

Patriarch of Harrow-based criminal family faces sentencing over stolen machinery racket

Ali Ghasemi, 79, acted as a father figure to four siblings involved in a smuggling

Climbing wall returns to Harrow Leisure Centre after hard-fought campaign

The wall closed in November, but the facility, used by many disabled users, has returned.

The new replacement climbing wall at Harrow Leisure CentreThe new replacement climbing wall at Harrow Leisure Centre updated

Families invited to taster session at opening of Harrow Leisure Centre's new climbing wall this Saturday

The £28,000 replacement wall, run by Amphibia, has 10 climbing lines and an autobelay

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'

Independent Harrow councillor found to have breached code of conduct twice brands decision 'a political stitch-up'

Councillor Husain Akhtar rebuked by standards committee group even though investigating solicitor reported one of two complaints was 'unsubstantiated'


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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