ALMOST 200 supporters turned out to mark the end of a popular project in Brent.
The Fair Share Trust Brent held a Farewell Fun Day after 10 years in the community at the Unity Centre, Church Road, on Saturday April 20.
Local community projects needing a financial boost, supplies or physical assistance can apply to hardware chain Wilkinson for help from staff at its branches in St George's Shopping Centre, in St Ann's Road, Harrow, and in High Road, Wembley.
Applicants should pick up a form in store to request a monetary donation, Wilkinson products or employees volunteering their time under the rolling Helping Hands iniative, and a decision will be made within three months.
A church group is holding evening events for members of the community.
The Brent 4 Jesus Mission 2012 will host an Evangelistic Evening at the New Testament Church, High Road, Willesden on Friday, August 3 and Saturday, August 4, from 7pm.
NEIGHBOURS worked to improve each other's personal safety at events in honour of a nationwide scheme's 30th anniversary.
Brent Neighbourhood Watch Association visited three locations in Brent to give out information and advice in collaboration with the police.
CAMPAIGNERS fighting to save a treasured library centre compiled a detailed report of what they claim are Brent Council's 'failings' with regard to a public consultation, and sent it to each member of the authority.
The Keep Willesden Green Campaign has been battling the council for some months to get the authority to 'pause, listen and reflect' on plans to knock down the Willesden Green Library Centre and replace it with a new cultural hub, 92 new homes and associated parking.
A PEACEFUL protest outside a local library successfully halted the council's plan to strip the building of its treasured books.
More than 50 people gathered outside Kensal Rise Library today after council workers turned up with security staff to empty the building of its stock.
A PETITION signed by around 3,600 people to protect a cherished library building was presented to the council.
Members of the Keep Willesden Green campaign stood outside Brent Town Hall, Forty Lane, on Monday night with protest signs ahead of a meeting of the council executive.
THE LAUNCH of a new pop-up library to replace a recently closed facility was a success, with residents flocking to sign up to the service.
More than 50 people went to see the opening of a volunteer run library on Saturday, which has been established in response to the closure of Barham Library by Brent Council.
A RESCUE centre for homeless and abandoned animals is holding a Spring Fair this weekend.
The Mayhew Animal Home, at Trenmar Gardens in Kensal Green, is hosting event on Sunday from midday to 4pm.
AN ART installation in response to the closure of libraries in Brent will be on show next month.
Local artist, Mali, created the work in reaction to Brent Council's unpopular decision to close half of the borough's libraries, despite fierce opposition from library users.