February 2010 Archives
SIXTY-five percent of the 117 homes at the Stanmore Place development in Honeypot Lane, Stanmone - planning permission for which was granted after an inspector overturned Harrow Council's refusal - have been sold.
The estate is proving popular with Canarf Wharf workers taking advantage of the nearby Jubilee line, say developers St Edward Homes.
A GREEN-minded schoolboy from Stanmore has helped persuade the government to adopt an environmentally friendly idea dreamt up by a children's think tank.
Daniel McKeon, 14, was one of 22 members of Our Planet, Our Say to successfully ask Ed Miliband, secretary of state for energy and climate change, to insert proposals to increase recycling facilities in public places into Labour's forthcoming election manifesto.
PLANS to extend and refurbished the vacant The Hare pub in Brookshill, Harrow Weald, have been submitted to Harrow Council.
The applicants say only by enlarging the dining area and improving disabled access could the Grade II Listed building become a viable commercial venture.
Come along to Barnays Memorial Hall in Stanmore (next to Sainsbury's) on Wednesday 17th February from 7.45pm -9.15pm to join guest speaker Paul Roche.
AN EDGWARE man has been charged by Hertfordshire Police over a distraction burglary which took place last month.
James Cassidy, 20, of Orchard Grove, has been charged with burglary by distraction in connection with the incident in Berkhamsted, west Hertfordshire.
He is due before West Herts Magistrates' Court on March 8.
LEARN about one of Spain's most famous artists - and his influence on the Catalonian capital - at a lecture in Edgware.
George Perkin will give a talk entitled 'The Spirit of Gaudi in Barcelona' based on a study he recently made of Antoni Gaudi's buildings in the city.
AN ABBA tribute act is performing at a fundraising night for St Joseph's Youth 88 FC, whose teams play at Kenton Recreation Ground, Alicia Avenue, Kenton, and Whitchurch Playing Fields, Wemborough Road, Stanmore.
Tickets for the gig at 7.30pm on Saturday, February 13, at Harrow Weald Memorial Club in High Road, Harrow Weald, cost ÃÂ£12 and can be bought via 07928 083293.
EMERGENCY services had to deal with three roads crashes in as many days.
At just after midnight on Monday, London Ambulance Service were called to the junction of Whitchurch Lane and Howberry Lane in Edgware where a motorcyclist and a car crashed into one another.
BBC's Radio 4 debate show 'Any Questions', will be broadcast live tomorrow (Friday) at 8pm from North London Collegiate School in Canons Drive, Edgware,
Panel chairman Jonathan Dimbleby will be joined by the parliamentary candidate for Luton South, Esther Rantzen, the Daily Telegraph's chief political commentator Benedict Brogan, the director of the Howard League for Penal Reform, Frances Crook and the former police officer and Liberal Democrat candidate for Mayor of London, Brian Paddick.