THE Chimes Shopping Centre and the Gazette are searching for the most festive family in Uxbridge - to turn on the shopping centre's new Christmas lights.
ROCKERS will unite in memory of a much-loved friend at a fundraising gig.
The Paul Fox Social Club has arranged for a string of bands to take to the stage on Saturday (27).
The Damned, Damned, Damned; The Moon Stompers; The Dirty Strangers and The DubCats will perform to a crowd on the night, at Ruislip Social Club, Grosvenor Vale, Ruislip.
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A FIRE broke out at a cafe in Northwood last night (Tuesday).
Three fire engines were called to Station Approach just after 6.30pm. The blaze was put out in less than half an hour.
The cafe, next to the Wild Lemon restaurant, is currently being refurbished so no one was in the building at the time.
It is unclear how the fire started, but an investigation is underway.
No one was hurt in the incident.
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ENTRY is now open for the 10th annual Moor Park 10k and junior fun runs, with organisers hoping that hundreds will sign up to celebrate the milestone in the event's history.
Since its inception in 2002, the popular race has raised almost £300,000 for the Lynda Jackson Macmillan Centre (LJMC), based at Mount Vernon Hospital in Northwood.
This year, it will take place at Merchant Taylors' School, in Sandy Lodge, Northwood, on Sunday, September 25.
PLAYERS and spectators are needed for a family cricket day in Northwood next month.
The event is being hosted for the first time by Holy Trinity Church in Northwood.
MORE than 400 people have voiced their frustration at having to reverse into parking spaces from a busy main road in Northwood Hills.
Motorists have been forced to back into angled parking bays near Argyle House in Joel Street since Hillingdon Council changed the parking arrangements last year.
Some 420 residents have signed a petition urging the council to allow people to drive forwards into a bay, amid fears that 'an accident is waiting to happen'.
IN RESPONSE to feedback from our readers, the Uxbridge Gazette is boosting its continued coverage of Hillingdon borough.
After listening to your views, a new Ruislip, Eastcote and Northwood edition of the Gazette, encompassing Northwood Hills, will be available from next Wednesday (6).
The final Northwood & Rickmansworth and Ruislip & Eastcote editions of the Gazette will be published tomorrow (29).
The Gazette will continue to cover Northwood in its entirety.
However, we will no longer feature news about Rickmansworth and the surrounding areas, including Three Rivers District Council.
A FLAG has been raised at district council offices in Rickmansworth to honour Armed Forces Day.
Armed Forces Day, on Saturday (25), aims to raise awareness of the contribution made by people who serve and have served in Her Majesty's Armed Forces.
A NORTHWOOD school is holding a sponsored swim in memory of a popular pupil who died suddenly in a running competition.
The Gazette told how 14-year-old Shannon Powell (pictured), a student at Northwood College, collapsed at the Middlesex Cross Country Championships in Barnet, north London, on January 8 this year.