COUPLES who are struggling to conceive a baby can find out what medical options are available by attending an opening evening at Harley Street Fertility Clinic.
The centre at 43 Devonshire Street, Westminster, will have medical experts on hand to offer advice from 5.30pm - 8.00pm this Friday (January 25). Admission is free and open to non-patients.
Steam returns to mark the 150th anniversary of the Tube when a restored Met Locomotive No.1 will pull the Jubilee carriage No. 353 on Sunday and seven days later, retracing the first passenger journey from Paddington to Farringdon in 1863.
The Metropolitan company was formed in 1854 to link mainline stations at Paddington, Euston and King's Cross, with the City and business districts to the east. Up to 26,000 passengers used the trains in the first few months.
PIMLICO: A classical concert for babies and their carers was due to take place yesterday (Thursday) at St Gabriel's Church in Warwick Square.
Bach to Baby is one hour long and was designed for babies and children of all ages and their carers.
Organisers say it allows babies to do what they need to do, but at the same time, giving them an opportunity to listen to great music.
A charity that supports Westminster families is holding a Christmas concert to raise funds to keep the service alive.
Befriend a Family hopes to raise £10,000 from a series of events, including a concert at Grovesmore Chapel in Mayfair on Wednesday, December 5.
It will include seasonal songs and festive readings. A drinks reception will follow in the Garden Room.
Tickets are available at £20 for the concert only, or £45 for the concert and a reception. Visit www.befriendafamily.co.uk
THE Beethoven Centre has asked the Chronicle to make readers aware of a number of events taking place during this half term week.
Tonight, Tuesday October 30 from 6-8pm there will be a Women's Pampering Evening, where you can come along and relax at this event in connection with Breast Cancer Awareness month. There will be oga, massage, manicures, threading, henna and free women's health information. £5 entry.
A charity concert will be performed by the choir of St Elisabeth Convent of Minsk, the capital of Belarus, at St James's Church, Paddington on Monday, hosted by Marylebone Champagne Society.
Email rsvp.desk@ymail for more details or to book tickets.
A NEW card has been launched which will give book lovers the chance to use libraries across west London.
Residents living in Hammersmith and Fulham, Westminster and Kensington and Chelsea can use the One Library Card to access more than one million books at 21 libraries across the three boroughs.
Authors Don Jordan and Mike Proctor will be talking about their recently-published book The King's Revenge in Paddington Library on Tuesday, October 16 between 6pm-7.30pm.
The event is free and free refreshments will be available. To book a place call 0207 641 1300 or email Paddingtonlibrary@westminster.gov.uk
JAMES Bond star Daniel Craig was spotted at Whitehall over the weekend as he brought the area to a standstill shooting his latest blockbuster, writes Laura Mowat.
The 007 actor and Javier Bardem were among the top names taking part in the 10 hour shoot in central London.
QUEEN'S PARK: Find out how to improve personal health and wellbeing at the Beethoven Centre, in Third Avenue, from 6.30pm to 8.30pm on December 6.
The free Mind and Body event will offer a range of activities and therapies, information and advice on health, weight loss, nutrition and diet, money matters, volunteering.