July 2011 Archives
A MAN charged with stealing £5,000 worth of jewellery after burgling an Uxbridge home is to face trial at crown court.
A SCHOOL hosted a summer fair with a difference as part of its centenary celebrations.
Children from Whitehall Junior and Infant schools joined parents, teachers and former pupils for the event in Cowley Road, Uxbridge on Saturday.
There was morris dancing, cheerleading, plenty of food and activities for all.
300 COWLEY ROAD - Single storey rear extension.
198 - 200 THE CHIMES SHOPPING CENTRE, HIGH STREET - Installation of new shop front and awnings.
198 - 200 THE CHIMES SHOPPING CENTRE HIGH STREET - Installation of 4 replacement air conditioning units, 1 fresh air intake louvre, 1 cold room condenser unit and 1 exhaust duct to rear elevation. Change of use from Class A1 (Shops) to Class A3 (Restaurants and Cafes) for use as a restaurant.
LAND AT BLACKMORE WAY - Erection of a two storey building to include 4, one-bedroom flats with associated parking and amenity space involving demolition of existing garages.
19 BARLEE CRESCENT - Conversion of roof space to habitable use to include a rear dormer and 2 x front rooflights.
AN off-duty fireman who helped save the life of a shopper suffering a heart attack is to be honoured with a bravery award.
Keith Walsh, a firefighter based at Heathrow station, leapt into lifesaving action while shopping at The Chimes in Uxbridge High Street last August.
Now almost a year on, he is being recognised with the Chief Constable's Commendation for Bravery.
A FORMER filmmaker who became a lecturer at Uxbridge College has been fondly remembered by his colleagues.
Hugh Stewart died on May 31 at the age of 100.
Mr Stewart was responsible for capturing one of the most important moments of the Second World War on film - the liberation of Belsen concentration camp.
A SOLICITOR was appointed as the new president of a rotary club over dinner at a golf course last week.
Simon Nash, who works for Bird and Lovibond in Vine Street, Uxbridge, is now the man at the helm of Uxbridge Rotary Club.
A ceremony and dinner was held at Buckinghamshire Golf Club in Denham Court Drive on Friday.
AN ALCOHOLIC who once told police he was Father Christmas has been sent to jail for breaching an ASBO and carrying out an assault.
Trevor Hammond, 54, of Victoria Road, Ruislip was jailed for four weeks last Monday (27) after admitting two charges.
5 HINTON ROAD - Single storey rear extensions with 2 rooflights involving demolition of existing extension to rear.