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PUBLISHED: 17:00 07 October 2008 | UPDATED: 13:22 24 August 2010

Meet and greet day Residents can meet charities and community groups at an open day. A volunteers match-making event is taking place on October 8 at the College of North West London, in Dudden Hill Lane, Willesden, from 12pm to 3pm. More

Meet and greet day

Residents can meet charities and community groups at an open day.

A volunteers match-making event is taking place on October 8 at the College of North West London, in Dudden Hill Lane, Willesden, from 12pm to 3pm.

More than 20 organisations looking for all sorts of help will be available to give information and advice.

Call the Brent Active Citizens Project on 020 8903 7744 or 020 8903 7971, or email enquiries.bacp@hfvc.org.uk for details.

Teenager robbed

A gang of thugs grabbed a teenager by the throat before snatching his mobile phone.

The 16-year-old and his friend were walking on Acklam Road, Westbourne Park, on September 28 at 8pm when he was robbed by a gang of youths on bicycles.

Three of the thieves are described as black, and the fourth is described as a short, white boy.

All were wearing hoodies.

Information to the police focus unit on 020 8246 0173 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

Get arty invitation

Creative minds can get involved in a puzzle for the community which will be part of a huge artwork.

The Puzzle Project will bring together the works of 120 artists from the UK, Japan and other countries where cardboard jigsaw puzzle pieces are created separately and then assembled.

Residents in Brent are being given the chance to create their own piece of the puzzle during workshops by a professional artist at Willesden Green Library on Saturday, October 11.

To apply for the workshop email puzzle.project@yahoo.co.uk with the word 'workshop' in the subject of the e-mail.


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