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PARENTS can pick up bargain price, nearly new baby toys, equipment and clothes at a sale, while also helping a good cause.
Emmanuel Church, in High Street, Northwood, is holding the sale to raise money for its toy library.
A NORTHWOOD group has received a £10,000 grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund to curate the history of a church used as a military hospital during the First World War.
Northwood Community Arts was awarded the money to fund the research into the time when St John's Church, in Hallowell Road, was used as a Voluntary Aid Detachment (VAD) during the war.
A total of £6,170 was raised by pupils of St Helen's School who took part in a fun run in aid of Ovarian Cancer Action.
Girls aged three to 18 were joined by staff and parents who walked, ran, skipped and even hopped around the school grounds.
A MUSIC accessory business opened the door to its new larger premises in Northwood Hills on Saturday.
Stompbox in The Broadway, Joel Street, welcomed customers with a glass of bubbly as the new mayor of Hillingdon, councillor Allan Kauffman, cut the ribbon to the new store, two doors along from the old one.
TIME is running out to take part in the Prudential RideLondon Surrey 100 Bike Ride on Sunday 4th August 2013 on behalf of Northwood's Michael Sobell Hospice.
The hospice, which is based at Mount Vernon Hospital in Rickmansworth Road, has just two places remaining for the 100 mile event.
Staring at the new Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, the track continues through the closed roads of London and onto the stunning countryside of Surrey.
A BLOCK of flats in Northwood could be flattened.
In an extremely rare case, Mittal Properties, the builder of the block of one and two-bedroom flats in Pinner Road, has been served a demolition notice by Hillingdon Council.
One major concern for council planners was the fact a supermarket has been built over the Pinner Road entrance to the building. People need to walk through the aisles of Nisa Local to enter their homes.
A SIXTH former has received an award from an organisation that works to improve the status of women across the world.
Bethany Scott, deputy headgirl at St Helen's School, in Eastbury Road, Northwood, was presented with the Zonta International Young Women In Public Affairs Award 2013 on Monday, April 29.
A SCHOOL has been awarded for encouraging a creative and can-do attitude in its pupils.
Northwood College, in Maxwell Road, received a gold Go4it award at the Heads, Teachers and Industry (HTI) Employability Awards at the House of Lords, on Monday April 29.
PLANS to open a late night pharmacy at a health centre have failed following a long battle.
Under the Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment (PNA), Hillingdon Primary Care Trust deemed there were enough existing pharmacies in the borough and refused a lease.
FIREFIGHTERS visited children at Northwood College Nursery last week to teach them about fire safety.