April 2011 Archives
32 CRANBOURNE ROAD - Repositioning of front door and ground floor windows on front elevations. Repositioning of door and windows on rear elevations.
60 HILLIARD ROAD - Conversion of roof space to habitable use to include a side dormer.
A MAN who stole energy drinks from a petrol station in Rickmansworth is wanted by police.
The theft took place at the BP Garage in Uxbridge Road just after 9pm on Friday, April 1.
Police are keen to speak to this man, pictured in CCTV footage from the scene, who they believe could help with their investigations.
A FORMER X Factor star who achieved chart-topping success as part of a pop-opera quartet is to tread the boards in Rickmansworth, it has been announced.
Singer Jonathan Ansell (pictured), a member of G4, which came second in the 2004 series of the television talent contest, will charm his way into Watersmeet Theatre to play the dashing Prince in this year's annual pantomime, Cinderella.
RESIDENTS across Three Rivers can have their say on who represents them in the parish and district council elections.
The local polls will open next Thursday (5) for voters to make their preferences known.
Residents also have the chance to vote in the referendum on whether Britain uses the current 'first past the post' system to elect MPs to the House of Commons, or the 'alternative (AV) vote'.
Three Rivers is made up of 20 wards, with 16 up for election, some of which have more than one seat.
A JOBLESS teenager spat at a bus driver in Northwood Hills after being refused free travel.
Darren Altrudo, 18, admitted assaulting the driver on the 282 bus travelling from Northwood to Ealing, which had stopped outside Northwood Hills Tube station, in Joel Street, on December 9 last year.
Uxbridge Magistrates' Court heard yesterday (27) how Altrudo, who at the time of the incident was living in Pinner Road, Northwood, got on the bus and tried to scan his Oyster Card but there were insufficient funds.
A PRIVATE nature reserve in Maple Cross will be open to the public for one weekend only.
Maple Lodge Nature Reserve, off Denham Way, is hailed as one of Rickmansworth's best hidden secrets and is home to a rich variety of wildlife including waterfowl, woodland birds, bats and butterflies.
The Reserve, which boasts 40 acres of woodland, meadows and two picturesque lakes, will be open on May 14 and 15, with guided tours organised by members of the Maple Lodge Conservation Society.
HILLINGDON Police Borough Commander, Julian Worker, will speak about policing in the borough post budget cuts at the Northwood Hills Residents' Association's 63rd annual general meeting.
All residents are welcome at the event, which takes place on Wednesday, May 18 at Fairfield Church Hall at 7.30pm.
Ruislip, Northwood and Pinner MP, Nick Hurd, has also been invited to attend.
For further information visit www.northwoodhills.co.uk
MORE than 1,000 bargain hunters are expected to descend on Northwood for a giant jumble sale arranged by a local scout group.
The popular annual event, organised by 1st Northwood Scouts, will feature an array of stalls with items including bicycles, furniture, gardening equipment, toys, clothes and a tombola. Refreshments will also be served.
The jumble sale takes place on Saturday, May 21 from 2pm. For more information call 01923 835 770.
GARDENING enthusiasts are invited to attend a plant sale in aid of a Northwood hospice next Saturday, May 7.
The popular annual spring event, hosted by Michael Sobell House (MSH), will feature a wide range of blooms and greenery, from bedding and exotic plants to fruit and vegetable patch favourites, plus lots of pots.
HEARTFELT tributes have been paid to 'the nicest policeman in the world' who died from a sudden heart attack.
Malcolm Ruddock, 58, collapsed at his home in Murray Road, Northwood, last Wednesday (20) evening.
The father-of-two was found by close friends who called an ambulance, but he was pronounced dead the following morning.