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PEOPLE were left waiting in vain for police officers to turn up for a planned drop-in session.
The Northwood Hills Safer Neighbourhoods Team (SNT) had organised a public drop-in surgery, at Northwood Hills Library, for Thursday last week.
David Bishop, of Lichfield Road, Northwood Hills, attended and found a member of the library staff unaware of the planned meeting and no sign of the SNT.
BodyStudio, the Northwood Hills fitness centre, welcomed guests to a party to celebrate its bigger premises.
The extension to the gym and health and beauty centre in Joel Street was officially opened by the mayor of Hillingdon, Councillor Mary O'Connor, who then took a tour of the new workout room, yoga and pilates areas and treatment rooms.
SUPPORTERS of a bid which would have seen a 'substantial sum' of money pumped into Northwood Hills were dealt a disappointing blow, when the area was not named on a list of winners.
But backers of the application to the Outer London Fund, run by the Greater London Authority, remain hopeful that some extra cash may still be forthcoming.
A list of 23 winners was announced by Mayor Boris Johnson this month, sharing £32million between them.
More than 80 projects had submitted proposals for why they should get the money.
CONFUSION about the number of teachers and other workers at a Northwood Hills school may have contributed to it being declared in breach of a planning condition, it has emerged.
Nearly 2,000 people have signed a petition calling for staff to keep their jobs at St John's School, Potter Street Hill, which recently lost a High Court appeal against an order to slash numbers.
The private school, which is on green belt land, has submitted a new planning application which would allow it to keep staff numbers the same.
SCOUTS are spreading festive cheer in Northwood, Ruislip and Eastcote with a Christmas card delivery service.
For the third year running Explorer Scouts, aged 14 to 18, will hand deliver local Christmas cards for a charge of 20p each.
The service, which is approved by the telecommunications authorities, has proved so popular in the past that Ruislip, Eastcote and Northwood district was in no doubt about doing it again.