DEVOTED charity workers were rewarded for their efforts with a day of rest and relaxation in Northwood.
Volunteers for Watford Mencap, based in High Street, Rickmansworth, were invited to use the facilities at Esporta Riverside Health and Racquets Club free of charge.
MORE than 1,000 women will put their best foot forward tonight (3) to raise cash for a fabulous cause.
The second annual Ladies in the Night Walk, in aid of Michael Sobell House hospice (MSH), kicks off at 11.30pm.
Join women of all ages and abilities on a night-time stroll through Northwood, turning it into a sea of pink -the event's trademark colour.
A LAW student from Northwood Hills is proving it is possible to have both brains and beauty after reaching the finals of a modelling contest.
Anousha Mangroo, of Winchester Road, is one of 37 hopefuls in the Miss Asian Model 2011 competition.
The winner will secure a place in the Miss England grand final in July, with the chance to represent the country in the Miss World contest.
AWARD-winning ladies choir, Jubilate, will host a concert in Northwood later this month.
A Summer Serenade - Songs for a Summer Evening, will include highlights of Vivaldi's Gloria and the lyrical, witty Roald-Dahl inspired Little Red Riding Hood Songbook.
Students from Holy Trinity School Choir will also perform at the event.
A MAN found dead at his home in Croxley Green has been named.
As reported in the Gazette, emergency services were called to a property in New Road at about 12.15pm last Thursday, May 26.
Richard Meadows, 45, was discovered inside and he was rushed to Watford General Hospital.
CAMPAIGNERS fighting for town centre improvements in Northwood Hills have claimed victory after a £400,000 cash boost has been earmarked for the community.
Hillingdon Council has set aside the funds in its budget for the current financial year and will consult the public on how the money should be spent.
Cabinet member for finance, property and business services, councillor Jonathan Bianco (Northwood Hills, Con), told the Gazette: "The council is keen to see improvements to all areas in the borough but we can only do a bit at a time, and now it is Northwood Hills' turn.
AN ARTIST from Rickmansworth will showcase a unique collection of Tube-inspired paintings at a prestigious London exhibition next weekend.
Ross Ashmore, 54, of Valley Road, is currently working on an ambitious three-year project to paint all 450 stations within the Underground network.
AN INQUEST into the sudden death of a Northwood school pupil has been delayed for expert medical reports.
The Gazette told how 14-year-old Shannon Powell, a popular student at Northwood College, in Maxwell Road, died while taking part in a running competition on January 8 this year.
RICKMANSWORTH Festival organisers have made an impassioned plea for volunteers after revealing their funding will be slashed in the next two years.
As reported in the Gazette, a record-breaking 30,000 people attended this year's two-day event, the 57th of its kind, on May 21 and 22.
Children and adults alike enjoyed entertainment including performances by 20 bands, fairground rides, a petting zoo, dozens of stalls, a canal boat display and tug of war.
A MAN has been found dead at his home in Croxley Green.
Emergency services were called to a property in New Road at about 12.15pm this afternoon (May 26).