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Fashionistas can trade old clothes for new at a ‘wardrobe diet’ event.
With only 100 days left until this year’s General Election in May, the Harrow Times takes a look at who has put their name forward for the constituencies in the borough.
Children were inspired to “be the best they can be” when a Paralympian shared his journey of success.
A primary school celebrated Holocaust Memorial Day by inviting a survivor to speak about her experience.
Children and adults can join a world of fantasy for an hour or two as part of National Storytelling week.
An elderly man remains in a critical condition after being hit by a car.
A trial date has been set for a man charged with causing death by dangerous driving.
Students are calling for their university to back a campaign to help overseas students remain in the UK.
Runners are being encouraged to take part in a fun run to raise money for a hospice.
An 18-year-old teenager is urging politicians to tackle poverty and climate change.
Street preachers hosted a successful table top sale to raise money.
A website for a community centre and museum has been hacked by a group claiming to be linked to Islamic terrorists.
Paramedics have been called to reports of a crash on a main road in Stanmore.
A ceremony will be held to mark this year’s Holocaust Memorial day.
People are urged to vote so an underused open space can become an attractive park and wetland area.
A new campaign is hoping to ensure only rainwater will enter a parkside brook.
Tenants were given the opportunity to discuss reform of the private rental sector when a shadow minister visited Harrow.
Students who have demonstrated selfless behaviour or completed a huge achievement were honoured at an awards ceremony.
A slimmer is looking forward to the rest of 2015 more than most, after being crowned a diamond member.
A "furious" mother slammed Harrow Council after her daughter was left out of education for almost two months.
Fewer pensioners in Harrow injured themselves in falls than those in neighbouring boroughs.
Polish survivors of the Holocaust have today been given Freedom of the City of London.
Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt visited an NHS group to discuss the future needs of health services.
Scholars put their heads together at a celebratory quiz night.
Inspired by his grandmother, a Kenton schoolboy has helped raise money for people living with dementia.
Shopkeepers have until the end of this week to enter a small business competition.
A Labour Party candidate received surprise backing from a former Liberal Democrat peer.
When two members of staff found love at a care home, they knew they wanted to share their wedding celebrations with everyone who had helped bring them together.
Councillors will review a draft of Harrow Council's budget for the next financial year tonight.
Schools have been invited to take part in educational workshops to learn more about the Holocaust.
Medals believed to have been stolen from a former RAF spitfire pilot have been recovered.
Burglars stole medals belonging to a former Spitfire pilot.
Prospective entrepreneurs in Pinner are failing to take advantage of government start-up loans.
Students stepped foot inside a synagogue for the first time as they learnt more about the events of the Holocaust.
A model enthusiasts' club triumphed at an annual exhibition of robots, trains and planes.
Six people were arrested for drug offences and theft as part of a police community action day.
Ambulance crews took two elderly people to hospital today after they were hit by a car.
University students have joined together to protest for women’s right to equal pay.
Savvy students jumped on a opportunity to quiz two politicians on what they could do to improve the education system.
The president of a deaf club said he was shocked to receive an invitation to Downing Street in recognition of his community work.
A group of men armed with knives have been arrested.
Book-loving schoolchildren held a protest to try to save a public library.
An elderly woman is in hospital after a stranger stole her handbag.
A Harrow man has been jailed for 34 months for dealing cocaine and heroin.
Young apple trees were blessed in a traditional service.
An MP has pledged his commitment to Holocaust Memorial Day in a book signing.
Police are trying to trace a car that was stolen in a burglary.
A man has been arrested after police seized £8,000 and a large quantity of drugs.
Brave hospice supporters are encouraging friends and family to take a dive for charity.
The Green Party has announced its candidate in May’s general election.
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My daughter Gunj Shah is in Year 4 in Kenmore Park School in Harrow and she has written a poem for her project for school and I thought of sharing it with you.