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NICK Hurd marked Hospice Care week by serving tea and cake to patients at Michael Sobell House.
The MP for Ruislip, Northwood and Pinner chatted with volunteers, staff and the people they look after during the event on Friday (12).
As part of the week - which celebrates the range of ways hospices serve communities - patients and supporters were asked to write down their thoughts about services offered by the unit, in Rickmansworth Road, Northwood.
FRUSTRATED residents in Northwood say staff shortages at Royal Mail mean they are receiving postal deliveries as little as four times a week, and as late as 10.20pm.
The Gazette reported in June how some residents complained about mail arriving late at night, with no deliveries at all on some days.
They say nothing has changed in the past six months, and are fed up of what they describe as 'a constantly erratic service', with staff delivering letters and parcels while on overtime.
MEMBERS of Northwood and Pinner Liberal Synagogue were among thousands across the country who did a good deed as part of Mitzvah Day.
The Jewish-led initiative encourages others to get their hands dirty by volunteering their time, instead of cash, for good causes.
Kind-hearted representatives from the synagogue, in Oaklands Gate, Northwood, joined Ruislip, Northwood and Pinner MP, Nick Hurd, to deliver toys and children's books to Jake's Place, a children's ward at Northwick Park hospital.
PICTURES have been released this week of the wedding of Ruislip, Northwood and Pinner MP Nick Hurd to Lady Clare Kerr, 17 years his junior.
The Minister for Civil Society's second wedding took place on August 28 at the Scottish home of his bride's father, the 13th Marquis of Lothian.
Conservative commentators have hailed the wedding as the union of "two great Tory clans".
MEMBERS of a support group which offers a listening ear to grieving people in Northwood were honoured by the Queen on Sunday (4).
The Northwood and Pinner Liberal Synagogue (NPLS) Bereavement Group won the Queen's Award for Voluntary Service, the MBE for volunteer groups, for providing an outstanding service over the past 17 years, both within and beyond the Jewish community.
The award was presented to the group, based at the Synagogue in Oaklands Gate, Northwood, by the Queen's representative, Wing Commander Ed Partridge, Deputy Lieutenant of Greater London.