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Neighbours in Willesden Green are calling for donations big or small to help the whole community.

Staff members at a Kensal Rise pub have been dishing out meals to school children during half term.

Brent has done an amazing job when it comes to handling the Covid-19 pandemic, from purchasing PPE to testing and shielding constituents.

Parents of children eligible for free school meals can collect a £15 food voucher to see them through half term.

A Kilburn gym owner has written to the mayor of London urging him to keep outlets open if there is a Tier Three lockdown.

An 82-year-old amateur composer from Kilburn has beaten thousands to win a King Lear Prize for music.

Brent Council’s leader has called for more welfare assistance as figures reveal demand for emergency financial support in London boroughs almost tripled during the first three months of lockdown.

A Willesden Green gift shop owner is gearing up for Christmas having managed to stay afloat during the Covid-19 pandemic.

More than 80 per cent of independent businesses in Willesden and Harlesden are struggling and need your support over Christmas.

Age UK saw a strong response to its Flu Campaign at a surgery in Willesden as it urges older citizens to get their jab.

A Covid-busting NHS team brought their training to a temple in Alperton.

The Covid pandemic is putting a generation of school children at risk of deepening inequality in education and life prospects, a meeting heard.

Staff at a Harlesden charity have seen their workload increase during the covid pandemic.

North Londoners will wake up on Saturday to tighter Covid-19 restrictions.

Brent Council’s leader has welcomed additional Covid-19 funding from the government but is keen to know when £23million already spent will be paid back.

A 16-year-old schoolboy from Willesden Green has written and released a folk album with all proceeds going to charity.

A series of free online seminars are being held to help people recover from Covid-19.

Warm your vocal chords by joining a sing-a-longathon in aid of a Willesden housing charity.

A colourful new mural depicting the Barham Bear has brightened up a disused building in Sudbury.

Northwick Park Hospital has a second spike contingency plan in place should Covid levels rise to heights seen in April.

A pandemic wasn’t going to put a Park Royal nurse off her stroke of swimming the English Channel.

A senior health official in Brent reminded people to only take Covid-19 tests if they are showing symptoms.

After a century “at the centre of the Kilburn and West Hampstead communities”, the Kingsgate Community Association (KCA) has announced it is to close with immediate effect.

“When someone shows you who they are, believe them the first time” - Maya Angelou

A disabled mum has slammed her housing provider for not fixing a lift in her Neasden block for more than a month.

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