Harrow Council was named today as the “most improved organisation in the UK” in Stonewall’s Workplace Equality Index – which ranks the best employers for improving equality in the workplace.
It is with great sadness that we report the death of Councillor Bob Currie, former Mayor of Harrow, who passed away on 14th January after a period of illness.
One week left to enter the 2017 competition
As part of our work to build a better Harrow, Harrow Council is planning a new civic building - containing council offices and community space – on Wealdstone High Street.
Our bin crews and clean teams work hard to make Harrow clean. They’re out in all weathers and round the clock. Their work is demanding and they occasionally have to deal with difficult circumstances.
‘Bin it your way’ hits home in Harrow.
10% off collection rates available only in January
There’s no better way to start the New Year, than helping those who it need it most.
Tavistock Relationships and Harrow Council welcome the Department for Education’s announcement.
Festive fun and a cash prize.
Latest Day of Action in Wealdstone shows area is getting better
Harrow will compete against 31 London boroughs for the 2017 parade. There will be a Charlie Chaplin style float celebrating the era of silent movies.
Big fines handed out; more than 500 titles seized
Delays expected due to emergency works
Council invests in street cleaning to make Harrow clean again.
Representatives from all faiths and communities attended a Community Leader’s event last week to discuss how to tackle and stop Hate Crime from happening in Harrow - including make reporting hate crime easier.
Harrow residents now have access to 1,100 extra appointments a week at walk-in centres (WiCs) if they need to see a clinician urgently and they can’t wait for a slot at their local GP practice.
Barnet and Harrow Councils have agreed to extend their shared legal service, HB Public Law, to deliver legal services to both councils for a further five years.
Safe Drive Stay Alive campaign returned last month to help young drivers.
A disgraced Harrow shopkeeper who was caught with almost a thousand litres of illegal booze, saw his business stripped of its licence to sell alcohol after thousands of litres were seized from his shop for a second time.
More than 50 local volunteers helped smash the target to plant 10,000 bulbs at Stanmore Marsh, Harrow, to create a vision of colour for next spring.
Last week, Leader of the Council Cllr Sachin Shah joined ward Cllrs for Edgware with environmental officers and residents. Together they looked at the key issues affecting the local area.
Harrow-on-the-Hill station will be made step-free next year, the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, announced today.
Got a winning business idea or product? Enter the 2017 Harrow Business Den competition
Residents looking for work or training opportunities are invited to Harrow Council’s Xcite Employment Fair on Wednesday 7 December where there will be lots of employment advice, tips and information.
A two day challenge gives Harrow’s adult day centre a new, refreshed look and feel.
Criminal empire shut down and owner fined
12 month suspended prison term and driving ban for career dumper
If the cold snap comes to Harrow, there is no need to worry because it will be business as usual. Harrow’s gritting team are armed and ready for what some say will be the coldest winter in years.
Protect yourself against the flu and stay well this coming winter.