In October, around 200 people attended the annual Harrow’s Heroes Awards at the Kadwa Patidar Centre in Kenmore Avenue.

The ceremony celebrates individuals and groups who deserve recognition for their positive roles in society.

On the night, ten “heroes” were crowned 2018 winners and the Infant Feeding Team representing the Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust, scooped both the Health and Wellbeing Award and the judges’ Volunteers of the Year award.

Also in October, Harrow Council supported a police scheme aimed at reducing knife crime in north-west London.

Operation Sceptre hopes to raise awareness of the consequences of knife crime and dissuade people from carrying weapons.

Brian Christopher Stokes, a fly tipper from Lyncroft Avenue, is captured on CCTV dumping waste on private land despite removing the licence plates from his truck.

Stokes was sentenced to 100 hours of unpaid work, ordered to pay costs of £1,500, and an £85 victim surcharge.

And Nexus Fostering London announce an Ofsted rating of “outstanding across the board” for the third time.

Nexus director Grace Wyatt said: “I had every confidence we could do this as I know the commitment the staff have to supporting our foster carers and young people.”