Harrow Council is encouraging shoppers to get behind the borough’s small businesses this Saturday.
Nearly 40,000 people flocked to Harrow Town Centre for a fun-packed Christmas party on Saturday – which was complete with spontaneous dancing in the street and even a surprise marriage proposal.
A new agreement will give Harrow’s foster carers a louder voice alongside access to vital support from Harrow Council.
Two teenagers from Harrow met MPs and debated the top issues facing young people today at the House of Commons on Friday 15th November.
Young people in Harrow have shown their entrepreneurial flair by organising three days of creative courses ranging from fashion, music and dance for other teenagers across the borough.
The festive season is upon us, and to celebrate, Harrow Town Centre is hosting a four day Christmas market from Thursday 28th November to Sunday 1st December.
Young actors made their mark on an awareness-raising forum with a powerful performance about cyber bullying and sexual exploitation.
Moving stories of kindness and courage took centre stage at an awards ceremony on Wednesday night.
Twelve primary schools in Harrow were awarded the School Games Kitemark award, a national award which recognises schools commitments to providing exciting and inclusive PE and sport for all pupils.
Harrow Council marked World Diabetes Day (November 14) with a series of talks and vital advice from experts.
Harrow celebrated National Youth Work Week with a celebration of the achievements of young people locally.
A new quick and easy advice service on alcohol is being launched in Harrow pharmacies ahead of national Alcohol Awareness Week (November 18 – 24).
Children with a parent in prison are more than twice as likely to suffer from mental health problems than their peers and two-thirds of boys with a parent in prison are likely to become offenders.*
Residents and shoppers are getting into the festive spirit in Harrow town centre this week under the glow of the ‘dove of peace’ which was lit ahead of festivities taking place until the New Year.
Harrow College will run the café and performance space in a new £1.28m urban park in Harrow Town Centre, as part of a unique partnership with the Council to breathe new life into the area.
In total over 500 trees were blown over and our priority was to ensure all the main roads were cleared, followed by side roads.
Teenagers who have just left care are among a group of young people receiving vital help to find a job, thanks to an innovative programme run by Harrow Council.
There was a buzz in the town centre over the weekend as residents enjoyed four days of food festivities with a food market held in the town centre from Thursday 24th October to Sunday 27th October.
It's now more important than ever to find out how much you can save on your energy bills as prices are set to go up massively.
In Harrow, there was widespread disruption on roads with reports of at least 100 trees down.
Harrow’s business event of the year saw 250 people join hundreds of local businesses at the Harrow Means Business event on Tuesday 15 October.
Hundreds of people received help in a range of areas including business, employment and housing and over 20 organisations helped Harrow residents.
RSPCA’s Community Animal Welfare Footprints scheme awards Harrow with Gold for Stray Dogs Footprint.
A bride and groom had a day they won't forget after being caught taking part in a sham marriage at Harrow Register Office.
Get your taste buds tingling and come along and enjoy Harrow’s four day Festival of Food at the town centre from 24th to 27th October giving shoppers and residents a taste of international delights.
Grants will help council tenants downsize or move into private accommodation and the scheme will create space to reduce 4,000 strong waiting list.
Join hundreds of local businesses for Harrow’s business exhibition of the year for people looking for business innovation, inspiration, and information.
Cleaner streets, a blitz on “grot spot” eyesores, and parks restored to their proper condition for families to enjoy lie at the heart of a new package of environmental measures just unveiled.
Dog owners queued up for the chance to microchip their pets for free, as part of an event organised by Harrow Council.
Army of 900 Neighbourhood Champions could rise to 2,068 if one person from each street joins up.