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MORE than 800 potholes in the borough have been repaired in a 'blitz' to fix up Harrow's roads.
Harrow Council has been fixing the potholes, reported by the public, since February. An additional £200,000 was made available after prolonged winter weather damaged road surfaces.
Harrow Philharmonic Choir is holding its annual choral day on Saturday, May 11, at St James's Church in High Street, Bushey, Hertfordshire, with the work to be rehearsed being 'Hymn of Praise' by Mendelssohn.
Rehearsal times are 11am to 12.30pm and 1.30pm and 4pm and those wishing to take part should telephone 020 8428 6865.
Scores of the work will be provided, but singers should bring their own lunch although refreshments are available.
The performance will take place at 5pm for which tickets are £10 forperformers, £5 for audience members and free for under-16s, all available on the door or via 020 8904 4644 or www.harrowphil.co.uk
Follow in the footsteps of home-grown Grand Slam winner Andy Murray by having a knock-up and a tour of the facilities at Harrow Baptist Tennis Club's Open Day on Saturday, May 18, between 12noon and 3pm at the club in Bonnersfield Lane.
Adults and children alike are welcome to play some casual or more serious tennis - the club will do its best to lend racquets to those without them - while the club's Lawn Tennis Association-qualified coach will be on hand.
Contact Peter on 07970 839159 for more details.
ALMOST £4,000 was raised for charity by a music and drama performance that celebrated the life of Oscar Wilde.
Harrow Mencap's benefit night, A Seriously Wilde Night, in Harrow School's speech room, featured Irish band Seanachie Og accompanied by acting performances from Rob Lynch, Siobhan Dunne, Jerome Dowling, Irina Dowling and Mike Dowling.
FINANCIAL advice is being offered to residents who are struggling in current the economic climate.
Free sessions will be taking place from June 5 at Elmfield Church, Imperial Drive, North Harrow, as members of the church are set to team up and help their local community.
ONLY one person attended a fire consultation meeting in which proposed £28.8million cuts to the London Fire Brigade (LFB) were discussed.
Tuesday's Harrow and Brent meeting was held as part of the London-wide consultation being carried out until June, which proposes to close 12 fire stations and cut 18 fire engines across the capital.
TRAIN services are still operating with delays after two incidents this morning.
The Bakerloo line has reopened after being closed between Queen's Park and Harrow and Wealdstone due to a minor fire at Queen's Park.
DJ company is celebrating after scooping a big win in the Best Wedding DJ category at the annual Wedding Industry Awards.
THE president of a deaf club was honoured with the Uthman Dan Fodio Award in Community Development at the Muslim Awards for Excellence.
A FORUM for elderly people was launched at Harrow Central Mosque.
The aim of the Minority Ethnic Elders Project is to support elderly people in the borough and help people from ethnic minorities to establish links with others within their own communities. It is being run in partnership with Age UK Harrow.