Selsdon nursery that helps pregnant teenagers and schoolgirl mums will be forced to close unless fundraiser is successful

The fight is on to save a Selsdon nursery that helps pregnant teenagers and schoolgirl mums. Cotelands Nursery, which is located on the site of John Ruskin College, is being forced to close at the end of this academic year due to the loss of a

Man with 7-year sentence for violent crime hired 'without checks' as cleaner at £13k-a-year Twickenham school

A £13,000-a-year school in Twickenham had a man on probation after a seven-year sentence for a violent crime working on the premises “while children were still there”. Elliott Sheppard, 25, who is identified as “high risk” to the gener

Evening update: Traffic delays as person hit by car

Here is everything you need to know for your Thursday evening ahead… Weather It will be dry and frosty tonight and will stay cold until tomorrow, although there will also be sunny intervals. Temperatures could drop to -2C. Traffic A perso

Terrifying moment pride of lions charge towards Hereford woman's car

A HEREFORD has told how charging lions jumped on top of her car at a safari park. Heart-stopping video footage shows the lightning-fast beasts bounding on to the bonnet and roof of the Hyundai i-30 leaving behind a huge paw print-shaped dent.

Parents rejoice as Nascot Lawn decision ruled 'unlawful' - but the battle is far from over

Parents breathed a sigh of relief as a judge ruled that plans to withdraw funding to a respite centre for disabled children was unlawful. Following a judicial review, Justice Motsyn ruled today that Herts Valleys Clinical Commissioning Group (H

Croydon University Hospital still 'requires improvement' after latest CQC inspection

Croydon University Hospital has once again been rated 'requires improvement' by the Care Quality Commission following an unannounced inspection. The report released by the CQC found that Croydon Health Services NHS Trust, which is also responsi

Business competition whittled down to final four

The finalists of an entrepreneurial competition have been decided, as they prepare to go head-to-head for the chance to win a year’s worth of business support. Harrow Business Den 2018 received stacks of applications over the past few weeks a

Planning application which could see well-liked dentist in Richmond out on its ear to be decided on tomorrow

A planning application which could see a well-liked dentist out on its ear is due to be decided on tomorrow. The application, regarding Smile Studios at 5 Hill Street in Richmond, proposes to change the use of the building to an unknown “reta

Secondary school set to benefit from £7.2m refurbishment

A BORDER secondary school which was previously threatened with closure is set to benefit from a £7.2 million refurbishment including a new sports hall. Pupils at Gwernyfed High School, in Three Cocks, are now set to benefit from refurbished an

Housing association investigation after police break down door to help elderly lady left in a 'terrible state'

A housing association has launched an investigation after staff were allegedly "unwilling" to help an elderly lady left lying on living room floor "in a terrible state". Charlie Shakespeare decided to visit his 85-year-old grandmother, Maureen

Evening news, weather and travel update

Happy Tuesday! Here's your guide to the evening's commute. Weather It is cloudy all night with some strong winds and potential rain showers. The temperature will reach highs of 6C, going down to 3C before tomorrow morning. Transport There a

'Die you bastard': Whitton and Heathfield Lib Dems receive threatening message

Liberal Democrats in Whitton received an abusive response to a reply paid mailer that included “Die you bastard” directed to the leader. Various mailers drumming up support for the group’s campaign were sent out to residents and the messa

Residents mark where bypass will cut through road

Residents mark where bypass will cut through road | Hereford TimesWe use cookies to give you the best experience on our website and bring you more relevant advertising.Learn more about cookiesOK  Show caption () View gallery<img class

Vandals spray graffiti on play equipment in park

The deputy mayor of Watford has slammed “mindless” vandals who sprayed paint onto play equipment in a park. The incident occurred between 7pm on Friday, February 2 and 10am the following morning in Oxhey Park, Eastbury Road. The graffiti

Hospital room that kids with cancer know all too well gets a stunning new design

For kids with cancer, it is a room that is all too familiar. Inside the four plain walls at Croydon University Hospital, children would undergo blood transfusions and other medical reviews. Now that same room has undergone a stunning transfo