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Belmont Circle Festive Lights Switch on 2014!

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Bob Blackman Switches on Belmont Festive Lights

Belmont Circle Festive Lights Switch on!

6PM – 8PM.

Friday 5 December 2014

Switched on By: Bob Blackman

MP – Harrow East

Activities included:

Show by Local Attwirlettes Majorettes ,

Attwirlettes

Acoustic  Act from Local Stagecoach school:  Ellen

O’Sullivan,

Ella O'Sullivan

Raffle In aid of St Luke’s Hospice

Festive Lights Funded by:

CLLR Manji Kara, CLLR  Mina Parmar & CLLR Linda Seymour

From: Neighbourhood Investment Fund

Installation by: Harrow Council

Organisers: Mac Laubscher Founder BelmontCircle.co.uk & Dipesh Patel Owner of Eye 2 Eye Opticians

A MASSIVE THANK YOU TO ALL OUR RAFFLE PRIZE SPONSORS!!!

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RAFFLE PRIZES Raised by Mac Laubscher in Aid of St Lukes Hospice

FROM:

Laws Garden - £20 Meal Voucher

Master Drycleaners - £15 worth of Dry Cleaning

Shivams - 1 x 500gram box of Indian Sweets

Belmont Super Store - 2 Boxes of Chocolates

Life of Reilly's  - 1.5L Hennessy Brandy, 1.5L Jameson Whiskey,

1.5L Smirnoff Vodka, 1 case of 24 Bottles of Heineken Lager, 1 case of 24 Bottles of SOL

Eye 2 Eye - 2 pairs of Sunglasses

Last Updated on Saturday, 24 January 2015 12:43 Read more...
 

Drop Plans for £75 Brown Bin Charge

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SIGN OUR PETITION NOW ...

 

Harrow Council’s Labour administration recently announced, as part of their budget proposals, that residents could face a £75 charge for the collection of their brown waste bins.

The bins, which are currently used for garden and food waste, would change to being for garden waste only – and would be collected once a fortnight for a £75 per year fee. We believe this proposal is an unreasonable 'garden tax' on Harrow residents, who already pay the third highest council tax in London, and who should reasonably expect waste collection to be included in their bills. The proposal is also unfair on low income households, and will likely have a disproportionate impact on elderly and disabled residents.

So if you live or work in Harrow and are against the plans to charge for brown bin collections, please sign this petition.

 

CLICK HERE TO SIGN PETITION

 
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