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MORE than 100 people turned out for a week's worth of 'grown-up' pantomime performances at Northwood and Pinner Liberal Synagogue.
The synagogue, in Oaklands Gate, was packed out for Snow White and the Almost Magnificent 7.
COUNCIL officers want opinions on a pedestrian crossing in Northwood.
Hillingdon Council plans to install a zebra crossing in Green Lane, west of Wilford Close and at the front of Oak Court.
It also wants to remove one of the residents' permit parking bays on the south side of the road and resize another.
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.
BICYCLE shops in Northwood and Ruislip are offering customers the chance to have their new purchase security marked for free.
Officers from the police Cycle Task Force and Safer Transport Command, which is funded by Transport for London, have teamed up with two bike shops in Northwood and Ruislip to offer the service.
High school youngsters cheered hospital patients in Northwood with a round of Christmas carols.
Students from Ruislip High School, Sidmouth Drive, Ruislip, joined Mayor of Hillingdon Councillor Mary O'Connor for a tour of Bishops Wood Hospital, Rickmansworth Road, Northwood.
They then delighted patients and staff with a performance of festive songs.
The event was a chance for many of the private hospital's teams to celebrate together with a glass of mulled wine and mince pies.
PATIENTS and staff at Michael Sobell House enjoyed an unexpected visit from singer Kate Nash.
The 24-year-old musician, whose mum Marie is a nurse at the hospice in Rickmansworth Road, decided to pop in and bring some Christmas cheer on Wednesday.
A TEENAGER scooped an early Christmas present after winning an iPad in a Northwood charity's prize draw.
Bethany Gray, 17, from Hillingdon, won the gadget after taking part in the Moor Park 10k run at Merchant Taylors's School, Sandy Lodge, in September.
The 17-year-old completed the run in 73 minutes and raised more than £260 for the event's charity, the Lynda Jackson Macmillan Centre, Rickmansworth Road, Northwood.
She was automatically entered into the draw after the race.
A NIGHT bus service to Ruislip, Eastcote or Northwood 'would not be justified', according to Transport for London (TfL).
The area - including neighbouring Pinner - is the only London constituency not served by a nighttime bus service, with places such as Barnet, Romford, Surbiton and Orpington considered more worthy of a 24-hour route.
POLICE swooped on unsafe motorcyclists and drivers during a day of action in Northwood Hills.
The crackdown, in Joel Street, followed numerous complaints from residents about groups of motorcycle and scooter riders riding dangerously.
Northwood Hills Safer Neighbourhood Team was joined by officers from Harefield to carry out the operation, to check both cars and motorcycles. Two specialist motorcycle officers from the Metropolitan Police traffic unit joined them.
NORTHWOOD schoolgirl Shannon Powell died because of a delay in getting her to hospital, a coroner has ruled.
The 14-year-old, a pupil at Northwood College, Maxwell Road, Northwood, died after collapsing during a cross country race in Trent Park, North London, on January 8.
An inquest at North London Coroners Court heard that it took 30 minutes for paramedics to reach her after they were sent to the wrong address, could not find the gates and when they did discovered they were locked.