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BRENT 2020

Brent musicians have the chance to take part in a free eight week online music course where they will learn valuable tips on their road to stardom.

A family-run shoe repair business which has been in Kensal Rise for 106 years is the latest photographic subject for a Willesden mum.

An established greengrocer in Dollis Hill is the first subject of a Willesden Green snapper’s online exhibition.

Culture in borough is coming to residents onlineduring the covid crisis as the Brent 2020 teams launch a series of podcasts andentertainment.

Key events in Brent 2020’s calender have been delayed until later this year or next year due to the coronavirus outbreak.

Brent musicians have just a few days to enter a competition which could see them perform in front of thousands in Wembley.

Bar staff in Kilburn are calling on pubs and clubs to sign a safety charter after a female bartender was attacked.

Locals and historians have launched a campaign to prevent the demolition of a listed 19th century villa in Stonebridge.

Author Michael Rosen and activist Gina Miller are among the first named celebrities at this summer’s literary feast in Queen’s Park

The Duchess of Cornwall popped into Kilburn last week to celebrate the “Borough of Cultures” as part of royal visit to Brent.

A reggae map capuring iconic people and places instrumental in shaping Brent’s rich reggae history has been officially launched.

Mayors from across London braved the weather and headed to Wembley to join a free community health and beauty day.

Brent’s successful bid as borough of culture will be “transformative” and bring social and economic benefits if Waltham Forest’s experience is anything to go by.

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