Khan says Trump has ‘got the message’ as President cancels London visit

Donald Trump has cancelled his planned visit to the UK, where he was scheduled to open the new US embassy. The 71-year-old was supposed to travel to London next month to official christen the new building, which has moved from Mayfair to near V

Cakes, crafts, candles, chocolate and craft ales: Twickenham Valentine Fayre returning to Church Street

Those looking for romantic inspiration for Valentine’s Day should save the date for Twickenham’s Valentine Fayre. The Church Street based market, on Sunday February 11 2018, will have stalls abundant with local handmade and artisan gifts

Hereford-trained dancers take ballet workshops to Africa

THOUSANDS of miles from home, two Hereford-trained dancers have organised workshops at a charity ballet school in West Africa. Brothers Peter and Eddie Bindloss took with them ballet shoes and dance wear donated by friends at Insteps Dance Acad

Dedication of staff and leadership plain to see in hospital improvement

This week it was confirmed that West Herts Hospitals Trust is moving out of special measures, after making sustained improvements in the services it provides. This is a huge achievement, and testament to the hard working staff who should all be ve

Council forced to apologise to New Addington man after staff comments about his mental health

Croydon Council has been forced to apologise after the Housing Ombudsman determined that housing staff made "unqualified and inappropriate comments" about a man's mental health. The New Addington man, who wished to remain anonymous, made severa

Much-loved newsagent steps down after 37 years

A longstanding pillar of the community is handing over his newsagents after 37 years in the business. Gulab Gandhi, who has been a familiar face at Canons Park Newsagents in Whitchurch Lane since 1980, is entering a well-earned retirement this

Southwestern Railway hit by third strike in a week

For the third time this week, commuters using Southwestern Railway are facing disruption because of strike action. There is a reduced service on much of the network this morning (January 12) and even rail replacement buses on the line between W

Man died after falling from Great Western Way bridge

Man dies after falling from Great Western Way bridge, Hereford | Hereford TimesWe use cookies to give you the best experience on our website and bring you more relevant advertising.Learn more about cookiesOKLiveThe Great Western Way bridge in Herefor

Hearing specialist appears with DJ Jo Whiley as part of hearing test campaign

A national DJ met a hearing specialist to raise awareness about getting regular hearing check-ups. For 25 years, Radio 2 DJ Jo Whiley has been a well-known figure on the radio, but last year she was diagnosed with tinnitus, a condition that cau

'Worst parking' ever seen hanging half way out of spot in car park

Can you even call something a parking job if less than half the car actually makes it into the spot? Well the driver of this car (above) certainly put the question to the public. If his New Year's resolution was to give as little effort as p

Golf club members bemoan removal of honours boards

Members of a golf club are fighting to save their honours boards following significant clubhouse refurbishment. Haste Hill Golf Club, based in Northwood and with many members hailing from Harrow, recently underwent £250,000 of renovation with

Swanley is the best commuter town in England for house prices (but Surrey doesn't fare too well)

Swanley has been named the nation’s house price hotspot among commuter towns in England, according to new figures. Property website Zoopla identified it as the best performer in the study, with an average house price of £375,066 and annual g

Difficulty recruiting volunteers for town events

JUST one volunteer stepped forward to help steward a musical event in Ross-on-Wye. At the town council meeting on Monday night councillors discussed how difficult it was to get members of the public involved in volunteering at events for the to

MP promoted in latest government reshuffle

Hertsmere MP Oliver Dowden has been appointed Parliamentary Secretary | Watford ObserverWe use cookies to give you the best experience on our website and bring you more relevant advertising.Learn more about cookiesOK  Oliver Dowden Her

Two areas of Croydon stand out when it comes to drugs related crime

The areas of Croydon where drugs related crime is most prevalent ave been revealed. The latest figures recorded by the Metropolitan Police show that 140 incidents of drugs related crime were reported in Croydon for the month of November. The