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CULTURE vultures who live in the borough have the opportunity to contribute to a new strategy for the area. The draft Brent Cultural Strategy 2010-2015 sets out a vision of a range of cultural opportunities and key principles the council s cultural partn

CULTURE vultures who live in the borough have the opportunity to contribute to a new strategy for the area.

The draft Brent Cultural Strategy 2010-2015 sets out a vision of a range of cultural opportunities and key principles the council's cultural partners and providers will need to consider.

The draft strategy, produced by the Culture, Sport and Learning Forum brings together the public sector with the private, business, community and voluntary sectors.

For details of the consultation, which ends on October 9, visit www.brent.gov.uk/consultations, call Raj Phull on 020 8937 3144 or email raj.phull@brent.gov.uk


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A MAN accused of playing with himself in the middle of a park has been cleared of any wrong-doing.

Roberto Parasiliti, 32, had denied exposing himself insisting he was suffering from a medical condition which gave him the 'urge to urinate'.

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During his two-day trial at the Old Bailey, a female witness said she was frightened after seeing him lying on a patch of grass with his trousers down in Marble Drive, Cricklewood, on March 3 this year.

Parasiliti, from Golders Green, had denied one charged of exposure.

Last week he was cleared by jurors.

FOOTBALL fans got the chance to develop their football skills with England and Arsenal star Rachel Yankey.

More than 70 Brent children took part in a two week summer scheme, which included football sessions, clay modelling, Irish street dance sessions, trips and T-Shirt making.

The fun for those aged aged between five and eleven years old took place behind Mitchell Brook School in Gibbons Recreation Ground off Bridge Road in Stonebridge.

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