FIVE FOR A FIVER: Where to go in and around Hillingdon this coming week for £5 or less

Hillingdon Times: See maypole dancing on The Green at West Drayton

8:18am Friday 25th April 2014

SPRING into the month of May with a 60s night out, brisk bike ride or flower arranging demonstrations. Here are my top five suggested items in the borough for under £5.

Borough at your service - all round the clock

Hillingdon Times: Borough at your service - at click of a mouse

3:38pm Thursday 24th April 2014

MORE than 76,000 residents have already signed up to Hillingdon Council’s online system, allowing them round-the-clock access to more than 165 council services.

Special dogs that can change a person's life

Hillingdon Times: Hearing Dogs was launched at Crufts 30 years ago

12:52pm Thursday 24th April 2014

HEARING Dogs for Deaf People are looking for kind-hearted people willing to volunteer at community fund-raising events.

Neil Simon classic marks Ruislip Dramatic Society's 90th year

Hillingdon Times: Can I interest you in a shot? Frances Bright as Chris Bevans, Martin Sawyer as Len Cummings, Peter Iggulden as Ken Bevans and Zoë Iggulden as Claire Cummings

8:44am Thursday 24th April 2014

ANNIVERSARY parties can be stressful occasions, especially when your host is a prominent government official and you arrive to find he has shot himself through the ear lobe!

Primary school places: 84% get their first choice in Hillingdon

Hillingdon Times: Demand is growing across London for primary places

8:35am Thursday 24th April 2014

FAMILIES in Hillingdon are celebrating the fact that 84% of children received their first choice of primary school, thanks to a £149m borough investment in school expansion.

Show home opening soon at exclusive Northwood estate

Hillingdon Times: Life on the edge of the Green Belt, as envisaged at Kings Acre

8:29am Thursday 24th April 2014

HOUSE hunters will soon be able to get a glimpse of what’s on offer at Taylor Wimpey’s Kings Acre development in Northwood, with the opening of a show home.

Volunteers needed for Diabetes UK Tesco collections

Hillingdon Times: Seems a lot of fun: Tesco collectors last year

8:26am Thursday 24th April 2014

DIABETES UK is looking for energetic volunteers in Hillingdon to support a collection weekend at their local Tesco store at Bulls Bridge, Hayes.

FIVE FOR A FIVER: Where to go in and around Hillingdon this coming week for £5 or less

Hillingdon Times: Marking a century since the start of World War One at Harefield Library

5:48pm Saturday 19th April 2014

ONCE you’ve eaten your weight in chocolate, make some plans for the week ahead. Here are my top five suggested items in the borough for under £5.

Grandad's memories of WW2 collected in aid of Sobell Hospice

Hillingdon Times: In print: Darren Storm has published the war stories of his grandad

10:05am Wednesday 16th April 2014

A WORLD War Two veteran’s stories from when he went to war at 17 are being published to raise money for a hospice charity.

Northwood School to be rebuilt for 900 pupils

Hillingdon Times: Change of face: Northwood School

11:21am Saturday 12th April 2014

NORTHWOOD School in Potter Street is to be rebuilt, to increase its capacity to 900 pupils.

Work about to start on new Yiewsley health centre

Hillingdon Times: Work about to start on new Yiewsley health centre

11:07am Saturday 12th April 2014

A NEW health centre is due to be built at Otterfield Road, Yiewsley, this summer, and Hillingdon councillors Jonathan Bianco (left) and Philip Corthorne visited the site this week.

Free seeds offer as Hillingdon In Bloom is launched

Hillingdon Times: Beautiful borough: the hard work starts now

10:50am Saturday 12th April 2014

HILLINGDON in Bloom 2014 got underway at the Rural Activities Garden Centre (RAGC), West Drayton Road, Hillingdon, this week.

Ruislip care home voted in London's top 20

Hillingdon Times: Open-door policy: Brackenbridge House

10:48am Saturday 12th April 2014

A RUISLIP care home has won an award for being rated one of the top 20 in London.

FIVE FOR A FIVER: Where to go in and around Hillingdon this coming week for £5 or less

Hillingdon Times: Handball: interest in the sport is growing (see Saturday listing)

10:36am Saturday 12th April 2014

THE lead-up to Easter sees sports sessions, a talk on World War One and countryside walks.

Borough offers £400,000 of sports grants to widen activity

Hillingdon Times: Upgrade: the borough has also enhanced Ruislip Lido in its leisure programme

10:33am Saturday 12th April 2014

SCHOOLS, sports clubs and community groups in the borough are set to benefit from a new £400,000 grant fund launched by Hillingdon Council.

Tale of three generations that tackled Hillingdon Half-Marathon

Hillingdon Times: Three generations of Bryants: grandad George, son Harry W and grandson Harry T

10:26am Thursday 10th April 2014

THREE generations of a family are celebrating completing the Hillingdon Half Marathon, spanning a time of almost 30 years.

Work progressing on Colham Bridge, Yiewsley

Hillingdon Times: Transforming the town: Keith Burrows at Colham Bridge

10:19am Thursday 10th April 2014

WORK has begun to transform Colham Bridge into a striking local feature, as part of Hillingdon Council’s £2m Yiewsley and West Drayton town centre improvement programme.

Hillingdon's Alfie Moon looks a picture - and wins a prize

Hillingdon Times: Over the moon: Alfie the prizewinner

8:12am Thursday 10th April 2014

A TERRIER cross from Hillingdon has been voted a daily winner in Taylor Wimpey’s national photo competition to find the UK’s cutest pets.

Borough marathon runners ready to help raft of good causes

Hillingdon Times: Borough marathon runners ready to help raft of good causes

5:17pm Wednesday 9th April 2014

A POSTMAN from Hayes is running the London Marathon to raise funds for the NSPCC, after being prompted by his wife’s memories of childhood abuse.

Art competition launched to get Hillingdon people on their bikes

Hillingdon Times: Spring's here - and it's time to get your bike out of the shed

5:05pm Wednesday 9th April 2014

PEOPLE in Hillingdon are being urged to get creative by taking part in an art competition that will inspire others to get cycling.

Pavement plaque marks new look for Ruislip Manor centre

Hillingdon Times: Spick and span: the new-look centre now has a granite plaque to mark the changes

3:29pm Friday 4th April 2014

A COMMEMORATIVE pavement plaque to celebrate the regeneration of Ruislip Manor was unveiled today (Friday).

Patients' views can keep Hayes surgery open

Hillingdon Times: Douglas Parker: patients' comments are crucial to review

1:14pm Friday 4th April 2014

PATIENTS are being warned the Orchard Practice in Station Road, Hayes, will close if it is deemed not vital in an NHS contract review in November.

Hillingdon welcomes its UK Youth Parliament members

Hillingdon Times: Civic pride: David Simmonds, left, with Katie Turner, Serife Gunal, Courtney Thompson and Tom Murphy

9:41am Friday 4th April 2014

UK Youth Parliament members elected to represent the borough were welcomed to their role by the deputy leader of Hillingdon Council, David Simmonds.

FIVE FOR A FIVER: Where to go in and around Hillingdon this coming week for £5 or less

Hillingdon Times: Blooming good time: see Friday's listing

8:31am Friday 4th April 2014

THIS coming week caters for all ages, with family music events, craft sessions for kids and charity fundraisers all taking place.

Hillingdon Brownies enjoy sleepover at Civic Centre to mark 100th anniversary

Hillingdon Times: Hillingdon Brownies enjoy sleepover at Civic Centre to mark 100th anniversary

6:45pm Wednesday 2nd April 2014

MORE than 300 Hillingdon Brownies and their leaders celebrated the organisation’s 100th birthday by taking part in a ‘Stay Away’ event at the Civic Centre.

Ten years of taking oath to the Queen celebrated in Hillingdon

Hillingdon Times: Welcome: the Nampally family with the Mayor and his wife Lynne. Photo by Mike Woollard of Paul Rose Photography

8:19pm Monday 31st March 2014

TO celebrate 10 years of British citizenship ceremonies taking place in Hillingdon, the council organised a special ceremony hosted by the Mayor, Cllr Allan Kauffman, at the Civic Centre.

Two Hillingdon libraries in line for design awards

Hillingdon Times: Cutting edge: Oak Farm library in Hillingdon

8:14pm Monday 31st March 2014

TWO of Hillingdon’s newly-refurbished libraries are in the running to win a prestigious accolade for their building design.

Summer's coming - sign up for a holiday language short course

Hillingdon Times: Summer's coming - sign up for a holiday language short course

8:11pm Monday 31st March 2014

PREPAREZ-VOUS pour vos vacances avec un cours d'éducation des pour adultes.

New Sainsbury's Local aims to be community hub in West Drayton

Hillingdon Times: New Sainsbury's Local aims to be community hub in West Drayton

9:34pm Sunday 30th March 2014

A NEW Sainsbury’s Local store is set to open in West Drayton this Wednesday.

Ruislip working mum nominated in national awards

Hillingdon Times: Suparna Dhar: fingers crossed

8:03am Sunday 30th March 2014

A WORKING mum from Ruislip is a finalist in the first Networking Mummies National Business Awards.

Good Samaritans sought after helping old lady hurt in fall

Hillingdon Times: On the mend: Maureen Walters

5:56pm Thursday 27th March 2014

DID you help an elderly lady when she fell close to Hayes End Recreation Ground? If so, we have been looking for you!

Uxbridge man running marathon to help sick children's dreams come true

Hillingdon Times: Ian Mitchell: motivated by the cause

4:36pm Friday 28th March 2014

AN Uxbridge man will be running the London Marathon to raise money for Starlight Children’s Foundation.

Beck Youth Theatre brings Wedding Singer to Hayes stage

Hillingdon Times: Striking a chord: singer Robbie with sweetheart Julia

8:54am Friday 28th March 2014

THE Beck Youth Theatre will be bringing some bridal fever to Hayes next month with their production of the Hollywood film, The Wedding Singer.

Reopening of Uxbridge library completes borough refit programme

Hillingdon Times: Open (nearly) all hours: the new Uxbridge library

3:11pm Wednesday 26th March 2014

UXBRIDGE library is set to welcome visitors on Monday, April 7, after a multi-million pound facelift.

FIVE FOR A FIVER: Where to go in and around Hillingdon this coming week for £5 or less

Hillingdon Times: Leisurely ride: Rickmansworth Lock is on the route (first item)

2:47pm Wednesday 26th March 2014

AS the curtains close on yet another month, Hillingdon residents can work their way towards peak fitness, or get involved with commemorating the centenary of World War One.

Housing cheats on run as Hillingdon reclaims a property a week

Hillingdon Times: Housing cheats on run as Hillingdon reclaims a property a week

2:56pm Wednesday 26th March 2014

ONE property is being reclaimed every week from housing cheats.

Does Britain's growing ageing population have rights?

Hillingdon Times: Dedicated to the needs of the ageing population

11:04am Thursday 27th March 2014

Does Britain's growing ageing population have rights?

Judo gold for St Helen's sixth-former

6:15am Thursday 27th March 2014

A NORTHWOOD student has won gold at the British Schools Judo Championships.

Choral Society ready to perform at Ruislip Manor

Hillingdon Times: Splendour: the society at an earlier performance at Cadogan Hall

6:08am Thursday 27th March 2014

HILLINGDON Choral Society is holding its spring concert next week.

Add a new skill at Hillingdon spring-summer classes

Hillingdon Times: Up-skilling: add a qualification or find a new hobby

9:23pm Wednesday 26th March 2014

IT’S not too late to learn a new skill on an adult education course, starting in April and May.

Mum who gave up City job to run Mini Maniacs in line for award

Hillingdon Times: Mum who gave up City job rum Mini Maniacs in line for award

2:44pm Wednesday 26th March 2014

A NORTHWOOD mum is in the running for a national award for the children's class she set up just four months ago.

Uxbridge bodybuilder gets his big break with role in gangster film

Hillingdon Times: Film career: Nigel St Lewis

10:22am Monday 24th March 2014

AN Uxbridge champion bodybuilder is flexing his muscles in his first feature-length film, due to premiere at Prince Charles Cinema, Leicester Square, tomorrow (Tuesday, March 25).

Ickenham Fish Bar celebrates after winning quality award

Hillingdon Times: Plaice of honour: Jaswinder Jaswinder Dhami, left, with colleagues Nevejot Singh Dhami and Harry Singh

3:50pm Friday 21st March 2014

ICKENHAM Fish Bar Ltd has joined the fish-frying elite by winning the prestigious Fish and Chip Quality Award.

'Sing and Sign' lures mum-of-two from GP post to teaching tots

Hillingdon Times: Eager to learn: Cathy had an early breakthrough with son Jamie

2:44pm Friday 21st March 2014

A RUISLIP GP has swapped her career in medicine for a job working with young children.

Hillingdon students join debate at Model United Nations

Hillingdon Times: Theatre of discussion: the Model United Nations

2:40pm Friday 21st March 2014

STUDENTS from ACS Hillingdon took part in the world’s largest Model United Nations conference in The Hague, Netherlands.

Childcare boost for Hillingdon low-income parents

Hillingdon Times: Parents of two-year-olds targeted

8:54am Thursday 20th March 2014

LOW-income families are being offered free childcare for two-year-olds by Hillingdon Council.

Hillingdon Half Marathon returns this Sunday after 10-year absence

Hillingdon Times: Hillingdon Half Marathon returns this Sunday after 10-year absence

8:25am Thursday 20th March 2014

THE Hillingdon Half Marathon returns this Sunday after an absence of ten years.

Does your Hillingdon home need a TV makeover?

Hillingdon Times: Linda Barker: part of the new TV show

8:14am Thursday 20th March 2014

FEEL like your house needs a bit of sprucing up?

Pay your council tax by direct debit and you could win £25,000

Hillingdon Times: Pay your council tax by direct debit and you could win £25,000

8:10am Thursday 20th March 2014

ONE lucky borough resident could win £25,000 just by paying his or her council tax by direct debit.

BREAKING: Convicted mafia boss can stay in Uxbridge pending appeal

Hillingdon Times: Back to Uxbridge: Rancadore must stay at Manor Waye ansd report each day to Uxbridge police

1:09pm Monday 17th March 2014

CONVICTED Mafia boss Domenico Rancadore, from Uxbridge, will not be extradited back to Italy.






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