Oct 18 2012
INSIDE this week's Harrow Observer we have an array of inspirational stories about our readers – from a dad who has Asperger's syndrome but has taken part in a mammoth Olympic-year challenge, to a Somali mum who has been recognised for reaching out to others in the community.
We have a picture special of the colourful Navratri procession held in Wealdstone this week as part of the Hindu celebrations throughout Harrow and Brent, though this one with a unique partnership for the first time.
To mark the one year anniversary since six libraries closed in Brent, we look back at the progress of the campaign to keep the service going and bring you the latest development on one of the branches.
We reveal the reaction to a new Ofsted report into the state of Harrow Council's safeguarding and looked after children's services and bring you the latest on X Factor's Kye Sones, from Pinner, and an interview with one of his biggest fans.
Find out what's on in your area this week with the Five of The Best things to do in Harrow and Brent in our leisure pages and learn about the multicultural bunch of characters coming to Harrow Arts Centre next week for the Rudi Lickwood and Comedy Chums show.
Harrow's Olympic and Paralympic heroes receive recognition by the London Youth Games and we bring you the latest scores and news for Wealdstone FC, including an interview with Sean Cronin on his team mate Alan Massey's recent departure.
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