IF IT is exam results season, surely autumn cannot be far away?
But with the promise of an Indian Summer, pupils up and down the borough are getting those all-important A-level envelopes, and your Gazette this week has a roundup of how each school got on. Look out for GCSEs in next week's paper too.
Elsewhere, the family of Tom Ousby, who died in Mallorca on August 1, have thanked everyone in this area who has supported them and donated to a fund set up in Tom's memory.
They were splashing it all over when a fire engine dropped by at Harefield Children's Centre, and suffering a drought in Hayes when the water to a new block of flats was cut off.
Meanwhile, research has revealed serious thrift in Nick Heard's constituency, which almost topped (or bottomed?) the table for party election spending.
Throwing the cash around in the area more liberally, if the latest reports are to be believed, will be HS2, whose costs have been forecast to rocket upwards yet further this week.
And a compromise might have been reached up in Harefield in the long running 'Battle of the Medi Parc'.
Never mind exam results season, however, football season is now in full swing (even if there are some nail biting local cricket outcomes to be resolved) and we have a QPR ticket offer for the Capital One Cup to warm the cockles of Hoops fans' hearts.
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