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09:24, 14 AUG 2017
BBC Children in Need Rocks the 80s announced for Wembley Arena - how to get tickets
Bananarama, Boy George and Erasure on the 80s Children in Need Rocks lineup
Grenfell Tower fire
Grenfell Tower fire: London celebrities show their support for victims by offering food, clothes and shelter
Lily Allen offered residents displaced by the blaze a place to stay, while Jamie Oliver announced free food and Jeremy Clarkson donated clothes
Peter Andre and Stephen Fry among celebrities tweeting to save cancer stricken man
Ed Fox, 27, has a rare form of blood cancer and needs a bone marrow transplant
BBC Radio 1
Pinner’s Fearne has a baby boy
TV PRESENTER Fearne Cotton has given birth to her first child with partner Jesse Wood.
BBC Radio 1
Former Eastcote girl TV's Fearne Cotton has baby boy
The Radio 1 DJ posted on the social networking site: “Jesse and I are over the moon to announce the arrival of Rex Rayne Wood born on the 21.2.13 ??, beyond in love.”
Donate a gift to our hospital Toy Appeal
CHRISTMAS is just around the corner and we are calling on our readers to get in the festive spirit by buying a gift for our Toy Appeal 2012.
Retiring head shares memories of 36 years in teaching
AFTER 36 years of teaching, the principal of the borough's biggest secondary school is retiring to take up bird watching in Wales.
Do your bit to give a sick child some Xmas cheer
?CHRISTMAS is just six weeks away but there is still time for you to do your bit to make a sick child happy this winter.
Hanworth Leisure Centre recalls Fearne Cotton visit
PICTURES have emerged of BBC Radio 1 presenters Fearne Cotton and Greg James paying an unexpected visit to a Hanworth leisure centre.
Optician scales Kilimanjaro
A Hammersmith optician has passed one of the greatest physical tests known to man by reaching the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro.
Katie Waissel backs Observer's Christmas Toy Appeal
X FACTOR quarter-finalist Katie Waissel has agreed to distribute toys to children at Northwick Park Hospital next week, as part of the Observer's Christmas Toy Appeal.
Put a festive smile on the faces of children in hospital
Our Yuletide campaign, which is now in its fifth consecutive year, helps put a smile on the faces of poorly children who face spending the festive period in hospital.
BBC Radio 1
Relentless Energy and more
Relentless Energy Live, Dead Prez and Swedish House Mafia all hit London
Send your donation to Harrow Observer's toy appeal
The generous people of Harrow are proving miracles can happen at Christmas by supporting the Observer’s annual toy appeal.
Just one extra gift makes a big difference to a child
A small present could make a big difference to Harrow's sick children this winter so the Observer is calling on all readers to support its annual Christmas Toy Appeal.
Chiswick girls' cancer battle praised by Cosmopolitan
A pair of best pals who have supported each other through everything from the heartache of cancer to the joy of marriage are up for an award honouring them for their strength and courage.