In a special ceremony on Tuesday 16 June graduates of Harrow Council’s work training programme received certificates for their successful journey into work, training and education.
For the first time Harrow Council is running a job fair for people born in 1990s. Young people aged 18 to 24 from across Harrow are invited to come along to the first job fair aimed at them.
Harrow Boxing Club has a new lease of life thanks to Harrow Council. The 50 year old boxing club moved into the previously derelict Croft Pavilion building at the weekend, 13 June 2015.
To mark the launch of National Volunteers’ Week, nominations are now open for the 2015 ‘Harrow’s Heroes’ awards.
A new library to be built in Harrow Town Centre, with state of the art facilities and self-service technologies is under proposal by Harrow Council.
A shop keeper from Kenton has again been charged and ordered to pay more than £3,000 after an investigation by Harrow Trading Standards.
Harrow Leisure Centre, operated by Everyone Active on behalf of Harrow Council, is celebrating their 40th birthday with an open day offering 40 free activities on Sunday 3rd May.
A £37 million contract with Sopra Steria has been signed by Harrow Council to provide IT services for the council.
With the upcoming parliamentary elections taking place next month, you only have until 20 April to register to vote.
The eleventh youth parliament election was held in Harrow last night (25 March) as budding politicians voted for a new chairperson and other executive members.
It was announced today that Harrow Council has been awarded £3.6m from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) for the ‘Headstone Manor & Museum’ project.
Seven green spaces across the capital are to be transformed with funding from the Mayor of London, after thousands of Londoners backed them in an online poll.
One lucky resident in Harrow could scoop £25,000 by paying their council tax by Direct Debit
The National Child Sexual Exploitation awareness day was on 18 March.
The Greater London Authority (GLA) has today announced that Harrow Council has been awarded £31.3 million pounds of investment, which will help it transform Harrow for the community.
Plans for a new green open space in Stanmore needs the support of Harrow residents to win funding from the Mayor of London’s Big Green Fund.
Harrow Council is joining forces with the London Prevent Network and the Metropolitan Police to ensure the generosity of the public is not exploited by criminals.
National Voter Registration Day is taking place on 5 February 2015 as part of a UK-wide week of national action to inspire young people to register to vote.
The Mayor of London, Boris Johnson announced a £900,000 fund for projects across the capital that will improve local green spaces – and Stanmore Marsh has been shortlisted for a share of the funding.
Residents in Pinner Green can find out about how they can reduce their energy bills and make their home warmer at a drop in event taking place on Saturday, 17th January.
Following its success last year, entrepreneurs in Harrow will again battle it out for a chance to win support for their business in a Dragon’s Den style competition.
Parents of children due to start primary school in September 2015 have a few days left to submit their application. Applications must be submitted by Thursday, 15th January 2015.
Residents in Harrow are receiving help and support on how to stay warm this winter through the Warm Homes, Healthy People programme.
The festive season has finally arrived, with many of us looking forward to a busy calendar of parties and celebrations.
Harrow Council and Harrow Police have joined forces to warn residents to be vigilant at Christmas and not to give burglars or fraudsters an early Christmas present.
The borough’s business exhibition of the year returns on Wednesday, 10th December. It’s a chance for people looking for business innovation, inspiration & information to network with local businesses.
Harrow Council has announced that the Arts Centre is to stay open to allow it develop a new business plan and explore new ways of managing the centre to protect its future.
In the face of an unprecedented housing shortage and dwindling resources Harrow Council’s housing department is a glinting example of good practice after retaining its Gold Investors in People award.
Eight new apprentices have been hired to take on projects at Harrow Council across various departments from Social Care, to Civil Engineering.
A brand new public park will be created in Harrow under proposals announced today by Harrow Council.