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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.
PUPILS and staff at a high school are celebrating becoming the first London-based school to receive a national award for sports leadership.
Park High School, in Thistelcroft Gardens, Stanmore, held an assembly on Thursday, April 24 and was awarded Sports Leader UK Leadership Academy Status by Sports Leader UK.
A SENIOR scientist spoke to interested students at Stanmore College about a career in research.
Andy Shore spoke to medical science students at the college about his work in pathology and working as part of a medical team.
STANMORE: Kosher patisserie Popkakery in Canons Corner, London Road, sponsored a Moonlight Walk which saw more than 100 women spend the night strolling across London in torrential rain to raise more than £30,000 for Kisharon, a charity that helps Jewish adults and children with learning difficulties.
The bakery firm gave each participant a branded hooded sweatshirt to keep them warm during Saturday's 25km event as well as its signature treats-on-a-stick at the finish line.
STANMORE: The developers behind the revamp of the ex-RAF base Bentley Priory into a Battle of Britain Museum and luxury housing estate have submitted for approval by Harrow Council details of the materials and exterior ironwork they propose to use.
City and Country Homes, which is refurbishing the Grade II* Listed mansion house itself, submitted the application on Thursday just a few days after Barratt Homes, which is building the new homes, applied to the council to amend its bin and cycle store details.
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.
A GROUP of pubs in Harrow united to raise more than £11,000 for a cancer charity.
Pubs United for Harrow organised a six-and-a-half kilometer walk around the borough in October last year, raising £11,111.11 for charity.
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.
EDGWARE: A part three and part four-storey block of nine flats could be built on a triangular-shaped car park plot behind 9 Methuen Close that once served neighbouring Spring Villa Business Park.
Applicant Boldhurst Properties lodged plans with Harrow Council for the development comprising one one-bed, seven two-bed and one three-bed apartments, communal garden and 14 parking spaces.