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08:40, 28 JUL 2015
Queens Park Rangers FC
QPR to promote Alzheimer's Society on Stan Bowles Day
Rangers to wear special charity shirts on Stan Bowles day when they host Rotherham
West Middlesex Hospital
Russell Grant opens hospital's new dementia-friendly ward
Astrologer visits Crane ward at West Middlesex Hospital, which features soothing colours and pupils' artwork to help patients feel more relaxed
Revealed: The date of the 2014 Ealing Half Marathon
Organisers of the popular Ealing Half Marathon have confirmed that the race will be returning for a third occasion next year, and the Alzheimer's Society will be its headline charity
West London News
Tributes paid to former Harrow Observer editor who has died aged 78
Sheena Crawley, who worked at the newspaper for 12 years, was a great ambassador for the paper in the community, say colleagues
Harrow London Borough Council
Carer furious after Harrow Council refuse to cancel parking fine
Pauline Long found the penalty notice on her car windscreen while she was at a GP surgery in Pinner after rushing her mother-in-law to the hospital
Unhealthy lifestyle increases your risk of getting dementia
West London Mental Health Trust is studying the link between unhealthy lifestyles and dementia, and whether making changes earlier can prevent the illness
Council course provides volunteers with key dementia advice
New volunteers are ready to support people with dementia, thanks to expert advice.
Hammersmith and Fulham London Borough Council
Sad end for much loved local playgroup leader
A GRANDMOTHER who dedicated her life to ensuring children from all walks of life were part of a playgroup has died.
Alzheimer’s charity concert
AN INTERNATIONAL opera singer who founded a community choir has organised its first big charity concert to raise money for Alzheimer’s Society on Saturday, July 13.
Runners more determined to complete London challenge after Boston tragedy
One charity runner says more of his family will come to watch him in the London Marathon to make a stand after bombings in Boston.
Injured runner forced to retire from 40-marathon challenge
A CHARITY runner aiming to complete 40 marathons and cover the length of the country has been forced to pull out of the challenge because of injury.
Hillingdon London Borough Council
School principal stands by holiday absence fine
A £120 FINE issued to the parents of a Harefield Academy pupil after they took their son on holiday during term-time is justified, says principal Lynn Gadd.
Pensioner 'spat on during hospital trip' - claim
HILLINGDON Hospital is investigating claims an elderly woman with Alzheimer’s was found to be covered in spit and in great distress after she was dropped off at her care home by a hospital transport vehicle.
What's inside your Gazette this week
A DISTURBING story that came to the Gazette's attention is now being looked into by the relevant authorities, after an elderly woman with Alzheimer's disease was apparently spat upon while travelling home from Hillingdon Hospital.
Women In Public Life seminar held in North Harrow
SPEAKERS encouraged women to give time to serve their communities by volunteering for charities, councils, schools, and courts.
West Middlesex Hospital
West Mid staff impressed by pupils' winning artwork
SCHOOL pupils wowed judges of an art competition at West Middlesex Hospital with their inspired use of colours and techniques.
Fiona Phillips backs the launch of a new NHS initiative
New NHS dementia and care homes service for Londoners.
Harrow man in 'key' Alzheimer's study
A CARING family is hoping their father will be the first man in the world to take part in a ground-breaking Alzheimer’s study.
Boris to be guest of honour at Osterley club
BORIS Johnson will be the guest of honour at the Lions Club of Osterley’s seventh Charter Night dinner and dance next Friday, November 9.
Hounslow London Borough Council
Fun-filled finale to Hounslow's summer of celebration
A FUN-FILLED finale to the borough’s summer of celebrations will take place in Hounslow’s Lampton Park on Saturday.
Chronicle reporter raises £1,600 through charity drive
CHRONICLE reporter Rupert Basham raised more than £1,600 for charity after successfully driving across Europe in a rusty banger.
Former Brent North MP Sir Rhodes Boyson dies aged 87
TRIBUTES have been paid to the former Brent North MP who started out life as in the Navy and as a disciplinarian headteacher.
Chronicle reporter hoping to drive up funds through charity rally
AT the end of the month Chronicle reporter Rupert Basham will swap the newsroom for the mountainous roads of Europe as he embarks on a 1,500 mile rally to raise money for charity.
Here's to dads: we'd be nowhere without them
I HAVE just been hissed and spat at during a sunny walk by Fray’s River in Uxbridge.