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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.
TWO men appeared in crown court this morning (16) after being accused of committing grievous bodily harm with intent in Northwood.
The Gazette reported how Kevin Teahan (pictured), 53, was found unconscious with severe head injuries in Hallowell Road, at about 11.45pm on September 6.
Mr Teahan, who is believed to live in Northwood, left the Misty Moon pub in Green Lane at about 11.20pm, and was walking towards Northwood Tube station.
POLICE are making a fresh appeal for witnesses after a man was found unconscious in Northwood with severe head injuries.
Kevin Teahan, who is believed to live in Northwood, was found in Hallowell Road at about 11.45pm on September 6 - as reported in the Gazette.
Four weeks later, the 53-year-old has yet to regain consciousness.
A MAN was rushed to hospital by air ambulance and remains in critical condition after being found unconscious in Northwood.
The 53-year-old, who was wearing a light-coloured top, was walking alone from Green Lane into Hallowell Road at about 11.30pm last Monday (6), before he was found in the middle of the road.
RESIDENTS who opposed a new retirement home in Northwood, amid fears about a lack of parking and GP services, are celebrating after the proposals were unanimously rejected.
Plans were submitted to demolish a pair of internally linked semi-detached houses, formerly a children's home, in Chester Road, part of the Old Northwood Area of Special Local Character.
The houses would have been replaced with a 24-bedroom, two storey care home for the elderly, plus three parking spaces.
But six petitions with signed by 166 residents in total, including those living in Chester Road, Hallowell Road, Reginald Road and Roy Road, were submitted against the development, arguing the influx of elderly residents would have a 'profound effect on local GP surgeries, which are already overstretched.'