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THE future is looking brighter for three abandoned kittens found dumped in Hillingdon.
On May 1, the Gazette reported how Kay Mycroft had discovered the trio cowering in a binbag in a car park near her house in Ashdown Road.
THREE kittens have been given a second chance after being found abandoned in a bin bag.
The five-week-old cats were dumped in a car park in Ashdown Road, Hillingdon.
Motorist Kay Mycroft was parking her car when a little ball of fur appeared from behind a black bin liner.
PLANS to turn a former pet store into a kebab shop have been recommended for refusal.
The application is for 73 Swakeleys Road, Ickenham, which was previously Purrfect Pet Care and has been vacant for more than a year.
A MAN whose father was cared for at Michael Sobell Hospice is to drive more than 1,000 miles across Europe in a battered old London taxi to raise money in his name.
Andy Gaywood, 37, a firefighter from Ickenham, will be competing in the Crumball Rally from Reims, in France, to Prague, in the Czech Republic, in July.
DAVID Walliams went back to school in Hillingdon this week.
THE Ickenham Festival Team, in association with Friends of Vyners School, is holding a Bollywood Night at the school in Warren Road on Friday, April 26.
There will be Indian dance and musical performances with Jay Kumar, a top London Bollywood Dance Entertainer and DJ.
GETTING a shock during a visit to a hospital no longer has to be a bad thing.
Hillingdon Hospital's outpatient physiotherapy department has just been presented with a state-of-the-art shockwave machine worth £10,000 by its League of Friends.
A TEENAGER from Hillingdon has been given 12 months in detention for his part in a string of burglaries at mobile phone shops across London.
The 17-year-old, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was one of eight people sentenced on Friday last week for the thefts, in which more than £100,000 worth of high value handsets and tablets were stolen.
STUDENTS have made light work of getting national recognition for their work.
Brunel University was a runner-up in the Employability Initiative category at the 2013 Guardian University Awards, for its project 'to equip design students with the skills to tackle emerging requirements in the lighting industry'.
A SCHOOL for teenagers with learning difficulties has been gifted new play equipment by a charitable Uxbridge-based oil company.
Meadow High School, in Royal Lane, Hillingdon, unveiled the new apparatus in the soft play area on Thursday last week, with the help of Mayor of Hillingdon, councillor Michael Markham.