EASTER. It came and went in a chilly blur. Our Easter edition has the usual plethora of chicks and chocs and some of the early signs of a spring that is surely just around the corner.
The Fustin Cup is the curtain raiser to the Uxbridge Lido season, so see who was brave enough to take the icy plunge, and if folk are limbering up for the annual Ladies In The Night cancer research fundraising walk and the London Marathon, spring is definitely on its way.
Not that it was a very happy Easter for the families awaiting eviction from RAF Uxbridge temporary accommodation: we have the update. Housing is also on the minds of Harefield Tenants' and Residents' Association, with the latest moves at Kylemore House.
In Ruislip, a superblogger mum is up for a national award, and the future of the Hesa Centre clinic in Hayes Town is still up in the air.
For Hayes and Yeading FC it was a nightmare Easter, and the relegation fight is well and truly on. April can be the cruellest of months if you are a footballer.
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