A much-loved former councillor who died in 2005 will be remembered at a Bollywood dance event this weekend.
It is three years this Sunday since Premila Bhanderi, of Jersey Road, Osterley, lost her battle with cancer, aged 53.
More than 300 people are expected to gather in her honour for a night of live music and dance at the Indian Gymkhana Club in Osterley on Saturday.
The event was organised by her daughters, Jyoti and Aarti, and sister Manju Bharij, who aim to raise £15,000 for Cancer Research UK and Myeloma UK.
Premila, who ran a pharmacy in Thornbury Road, Osterley, represented Osterley & Spring Grove for seven years until 2005, when she died of multiple Myeloma, a rare cancer affecting the bone marrow.
The first female councillor from the Shree Kutch Leva Patel community, her finest hour came when she campaigned successfully to save Osterley Library.
"Mum was a very loving, independent and strong-minded woman," said Jyoti, 25. "She was a strong role model for Asian women and showed strength and character to the end."
• Saturday's fundraiser takes place at the Indian Gymkhana Club in Thornbury Road, Osterley, from 7pm. A limited number of tickets, costing £25, are still available from Jyoti on 07939 635 214.
You can also donate to the cause by visiting: www.justgiving.com/premila