FOUR girls chose an unlikely way to raise money by dressing up as a giant caterpillar.
Rhian Morris, 21, and Gemma Gold, 19, are neighbours from Bush Grove, Stanmore, and are planning to travel to Uganda with two friends Lisa Berkoff, 20, and Rachael Correya, 21.
A CLUB is hoping to encourage more people to get in to golf and shake off the "elitist" stereotype.
Stanmore Golf Club is holding a 'Get into Golf' open evening on Wednesday August 1 between 5pm and 9pm.
PARALYMPIC experts took sporty children through their paces as part of a specialised gym open day.
The Aspire gym, at Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital in Stanmore, welcomed more than 60 children from seven local schools to take part in activities and encouraged disabled children to get involved in sports.
A 12-YEAR-OLD schoolboy from Edgware has been offered a place in Mensa.
Jatin Chunilal, who attends Harrow High School in Gayton Road, Harrow, received an invitation to join the society for bright people after it was confirmed he had an IQ of 162 compared to the average of 100.
PERFORMERS at a school will work with a local charity to put on a new production.
Pupils at Claremont High School are working with Age UK Brent to put on Two Dogs and Five Carriages and present a performance featuring year 12 students and older members of the community.
FUTURE dance and singing stars were given the opportunity to shine at a free taster session.
Children aged six to 18 years old attended the opening of Future Stars at Stanmore College on Saturday and took part in performance activities and enjoyed cakes and face painting.
FUTURE tennis stars made a racquet at a club in Edgware last weekend.
On Saturday April 21 budding young players took part in free tennis coaching sessions at The Drive Lawn Tennis Club.
THREE boys accused of causing a large fire at a Belmont Circle service station have been committed to Crown Court.
The youths, who cannot be named for legal reasons, will appear at Harrow Crown Court on Tuesday after appearing at Willesden Magistrates' Court on Tuesday last week.
A ONE-MAN Dickens show brought smiles to visitors to a library.
Acclaimed actor Laurence Foster visited Stanmore Library on Friday last week as part of 10 free shows across the capital for An Audience with Dickens, which showed the best and worst of the famous author's grisly and lovable characters.
Two dynamic dancers are opening a dance school for all ages.
The grand opening of the classes, run by Damiano and Melissa Walsh who are experienced dancers and teachers, is on Saturday, May 5, at Bernays Hall, Uxbridge Road.