September 2010 Archives
A FEMALE Tube passenger was touched inappropriately on a Jubilee line train at Stanmore station - and now detectives are seeking the public's help in identifying this man in connection with the crime.
The assault took place at around 1.30am on Saturday July 10 and the man whom the British Transport Police (BTP) wish to trace is described as around 5ft 6in tall with dark hair and was wearing a purple long-sleeved shirt with dark blue tracksuit bottoms and brown shoes.
The man spoke with an Indian accent and is believed to reside in the Stanmore area.
N Anyone with information can contact BTP free on 0800 40 50 40 quoting incident number 37 of 10/7/2010 or alternatively call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
LEARN about French glass artist Rene Lalique and his Art Noveau jewellery through a talk to be given by jeweller David Callaghan.
The Frenchman, who lived between 1860 and 1945, is the subject of the free lecture organised by Harrow National Trust Association.
Lalique's designs became acclaimed after making jewels for Sarah Bernhardt and then exhibiting at the great Paris exhibitions of 1894 and 1900 and in turn he attracted the attention of Calouste Gulbenkian, who purchased over 150 major items of jewellery from him, of which many are now exhibited in the Portuguese capital Lisbon.
From 1900 onwards he concentrated on works in glass and Lalique glass is still made today to his original designs and patterns.
Where? Harrow Arts Centre, Uxbridge Road, Hatch End
When? 8pm on Monday, September 6
Contact? See the talk programme at www.hanta.btik.com
A VACANT shop in South Harrow could be converted into a college and a bookshop by an ex-member of Stanmore College staff.
The proposal is to change the use of the premises in Eastcote Lane - formerly Quality Sports - into the Harrow Tutorial College, to be run solely by lecturer Kandiah Kandeepan.