Ruislip Central Horticultural Society are holding their Summer Show this Saturday, June 22, in the Great Barn, Manor Farm, Bury Street.
The show runs from 1pm - 5pm, with the prize giving at 4.30pm. Admission to the event is free.
Prizes will be awarded for roses, pelargoniums, fruit and vegetables, floral art, handicrafts, cacti, photography, and children's and domestic sections.
A PHOTOGRAPHIC society preparing for an annual exhibition is on the lookout for new members.
Catherine Allen, publicity secretary for the Field End Photography Society, is looking forward to the annual exhibition held at the Cow Byre Gallery, in Manor Farm, Ruislip which opens on Sunday, June 2.
POPULAR BBC television programme Antiques Road Trip will be filming at Bainbridge's Auction House in Ickenham Road, Ruislip tomorrow (Thursday, May 30).
The programme, shown at 7pm weekdays on BBC Two, follows antiques experts as they set off on a road trip around the UK searching for treasures and competing to make the most money at auction.
Tomorrow, Will Axon and Mark Stacey (pictured) will be at the Ruislip auction house with items bought in Enfield.
Charlie Ross, expert on BBC One programme Flog It! will be hosting the auction.
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.
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.
PETE Lloyd has been running Empire Comedy night with his wife Corinne for two years and the gig has grown to attract top names and big crowds.
Now the couple have decided, with heavy hearts, to hang up the mic as they want to start a family.
AFTER 15 years sharing a love of big band music in small venues, two 'jazzmen' are handing over the baton to keep the music playing.
Ian Fielding and Steve Harris will celebrate their final Jazz at the Manor event on March 17 at Ruislip Social Club.
Mr Fielding said: "It felt like the right time to go."
A COLLECTION of immaculate storybook memorabilia gathered over 65 years will go under the hammer tomorrow at Ruislip's famous auction house.
The Rupert Bear collectables now at Bainbridge's, in Ickenham Road, filled two rooms of the owner's home, where they had been displayed as in a museum.
Many of the pieces are still wrapped as new, and include books, magazines, cassettes, stamps, toys by Merrythought, Pelham puppets, clothing, games and porcelain figures by Doulton and Beswick in original boxes.
STARGAZERS will gather at Ruislip Lido for a weekend of observation with the hope of seeing Jupiter.
Astronomers from the West of London Astronomical Society (WOLAS) will be observing the skies above the lido, in Reservoir Road, Ruislip, from Friday to Sunday, and are inviting interested members of the public to join them, free of charge.
THE director of one of the many pantomimes in the area this Christmas period is only 20 years old.
Uxbridge's Alicia Balchin jumped at the chance to take on the Argosy Players' production of Beauty and the Beast, her directorial debut, and her youth has not stopped her from keeping her cast members in check.