Event marks patron saint s day St George s Day celebrations are now being organised. Traditional English tea, with cucumber sandwiches and cake will be served to the beat of fashioned songs from the music halls at Cricklewood Library,
Event marks patron saint's day
St George's Day celebrations are now being organised.
Traditional English tea, with cucumber sandwiches and cake will be served to the beat of fashioned songs from the music halls at Cricklewood Library, in Olive Road, Cricklewood between 11am and 12noon on Thursday April 23.
Entrance is free and there is no need to book.
Call 020 8937 3149 or go to www.brent.gov.uk/libraries for information.
More options for autistic pupils
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Autistic children will now have more opportunities to go to mainstream schools in the borough, as the council has announced more places.
Camden Council has made plans to allow 14 youngsters with autistic spectrum disorder (ASD) to get specialist support so they can be taught with other pupils.
The number of pupils in Camden with ASD is rising, according to the council.
Raise money for skin research
Doctors, nurses and patients on a dermatology unit are encouraging others to join a fund-raising walk for skin research.
Fifteen members of the team based in the Royal Free Hampstead, in Pond Street, Camden, will take part in the walk, in Kensington Gardens on May 10.
Funds will go into research into eczema, psoriasis, skin cancer and the study of aging.
Walkers must raise a minimum of �20 and can register at www.britishskinfoundation.org.uk