A charity gala to honour and continue the work of Neasden’s Dame Betty Asafu-Adjaye has been postponed until further notice.
“Kind-hearted,” ”exceptional” and “one of a kind” were just a few of the tributes as a community said goodbye to Harlesden’s much-loved charity founder Dame Betty Asafu-Adjaye.
Tireless community campaigner and charity chief Dame Betty Asafu Adjaye has died.
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Brent’s Lia Stephenson and Jude Bright-Davies landed a triple jump double at the British Universities & Colleges Sport Championships in Sheffield.
Queen’s Park’s oldest and most popular dance school is celebrating its 50th anniversary with show stopping performances this weekend.
Both the Jamaican And Ghanaian High Commissioners visited Willesden to celebrate the first special birthday presentation of a pan-African icon.
When Italian Nadia Mensah Yeboah arrived in England aged 13 she spoke barely any English but that hasn’t stopped the Capital City Academy pupil who is off to university to study law.
A schoolgirl from Brent continues to make huge strides in the world of fencing.
Willesden youngster Yasmine Serwah Fosu’s remarkable journey in fencing continues to go from strength to strength, most recently collecting a silver medal at the British Youth Championships.
A new community centre, The Yellow, opens in Wembley Park in the heart of the Brent community. From October 1, the hub will offer a selection of arts and fitness classes, many of which will be free.
The Granville has begun taking bookings for workspaces and events ahead of its opening this spring.
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