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A CYCLING club is flying high after inspiring children to get into biking and is holding a fundraising day to ensure the club stays for good.
The Field End Flyers is a community cycle group made up of schoolchildren from across the borough who meet on Saturday mornings.
It was set up at the end of last year in memory of cycling coach Brian Wright, who died in April 2012.
A CARE company is helping families to deal with dementia by providing free training workshops.
People whose loved ones are affected by Alzheimer's Disease and other forms of dementia can take part in the workshop run by the Ruislip and Harrow branch of Home Instead Senior Care.
The training is being put on during National Dementia Awareness Week which runs until Saturday.
If you can get along at short notice, there is a session on Saturday from 10.30am to 12.30pm at the Home Instead office at 258, Field End Road.
A GROUP of people who grow, make and sell their own produce have kept a market going strong for 70 years.
The weekly community market provides shoppers with fresh produce such as cakes, eggs, jams, chutneys, home grown vegetables and home made cards.
Ruislip Country Market began in the 1940s. It is one of only two in Greater London and there are more than 600 held across Britain.
A neighbour of RAF Northolt says he is dreading the increase in commercial flights at the airbase.
Doug Lewington has lived in Mahlon Avenue, South Ruislip, for 28 years, and before that in Ruislip Gardens, so he is no stranger to the comings and goings at the aerodrome.
Aircraft movements have always been close but not directly over his home, he says.
A SELECTION of local artists will come together under one roof as part of the borough's Artsweek.
Hillingdon Visual Arts is holding an exhibition in the Great Barn, Manor Farm, Ruislip from noon on Friday until Saturday, June 1.
CHILDREN had a blast at a May Fair that had dancing, games and a chance to soak a police officer.
Pupils from Whiteheath Infant and Nursery School, in Ladygate Lane, Ruislip, had plenty to enjoy at the fair on Saturday, which adopted the film animation Madagascar as a theme. Organisers and staff dressed up as jungle creatures as children played hook-a-duck and tin can bowling.
HUNDREDS of people turned out to see the many activities, crafts and animals on show at a celebration of woodland life on Sunday.
The annual Ruislip Woods Festival did not disappoint visitors who enjoyed ferret racing, heavy horses giving work displays, birds of prey, woodwork, charcoal burning and morris dancing.
A SCOUT leader who has dedicated almost 50 years to teaching young people about the great outdoors has stepped down from her role.
Janet Clark, 66, of Coome Drive, Eastcote, has led the 5th Eastcote Scout group, which meets at The United Reformed Church of Eastcote and Northwood Hills, in Bridle Road, since 1986.
A MOTHER of four admitted breaching a lifetime ban on having pets by keeping 10 stray cats in her home.
Michelle Cheyney, 28, from Sandalwood Drive, Ruislip, said she took in a stray adult cat and two litters of kittens because she felt sorry for them.
She pleaded guilty to keeping the 10 cats despite having a life ban on Tuesday last week at Uxbridge Magistrate's Court in Harefield Road, Uxbridge.
DIRECTORS and staff at a hairdressers have marked 10 years in business with the opening of a bigger better salon.
Helen Morgan and Lisa Meredith opened www.comb in Victoria Road, Ruislip Manor, with a staff of just two - themselves.
Now they have a team of stylists who all began as teenagers and have trained in the salon.