It is National HIV testing week from the 22nd to the 29th November. Harrow residents can get information about HIV including how to obtain online HIV testing resources available to them.
Enforcement investigations are ongoing on a large two storey building – containing a planned dentist surgery after it was discovered during a recent secure streets operation.
Thousands gathered to watch Harrow’s Remembrance Sunday parade and service as the borough remembered the fallen and commemorated the outbreak of the First World War.
Eleven war memorials and war graves across Harrow have been restored to their former glory by a specialist restoration company working with Harrow Council.
Wreaths have been laid across the borough’s 11 war memorials to remember and honour the sacrifices made by men and women in the Armed Forces.
Mayor of Harrow, Cllr Ajay Maru extends a warm welcome and invites all residents to Harrow’s Remembrance Parade and Service on Sunday, 9th November.
Mill Farm residents watched diggers reduce their sixties era homes to rubble last week as the final phase of a five year £22 million regeneration project got under way.
Hundreds of new trees will be planted across Harrow and two apprenticeships will be created for young people as part of new tree maintenance deal signed by Harrow Council.
Volunteers across Harrow were thanked for their outstanding work, time and dedication to improving the lives of others at Harrow Council’s annual Harrow’s Heroes award ceremony.
More than 10,500 young people in Harrow have had their say in the country’s biggest youth consultation.
Residents looking for work and training are invited to come to the latest Xcite job fair which promises to bring new job prospects and opportunities to brush up on skills and gain new qualifications.
The Mayor of Harrow, Cllr Ajay Maru will be laying wreaths across the borough to remember the sacrifices made by men and women in the Armed Forces.
Young politicians from Harrow Youth Parliament quizzed former Mayor of London Ken Livingstone on Wednesday evening at their Youth Democracy event, which focused on youth participation in politics.
To mark World Mental Health day on Friday, 10th October, Harrow Council’s public health team have put together 7 ways to look after your mental health and wellbeing.
Harrow petrol station attendant Abdul Murshid was jailed for 11 weeks after a court heard how he lied about his arrangements to falsely claim £55,000 in housing benefits.
A specialist restoration company has been appointed by Harrow Council to clean and restore 11 war memorials across the borough.
Shoppers and residents in Harrow can now take full advantage of 20 minutes free parking – available across the borough at all on-street parking areas.
A programme with a track record of breaking the cycle of domestic abuse first piloted in San Francisco is to be introduced after councillors approved funding.
LOOM bands – the playground craze sweeping the nation – have become the latest target for fraudsters with fake boxes of the toys being on sale in Harrow.
As the big weekend of celebratory events take place with both the Freedom Parade and Under One Sky.
Do you enjoy gardening? Want to learn how to grow flowers, fruit and vegetables plus get some regular exercise at the same time?
Apprenticeships are now available at Harrow Council.
New powers will be introduced by Harrow Council to prevent anti-social behaviour, such as spitting and littering in the street.
The largest consultation of young people – Make Your Mark – is currently taking place and Harrow Youth Parliament with the support of Harrow Council are asking all young people in Harrow to take part.
Residents working and claiming council tax support can improve their skills and gain qualifications that could take them up the pay scale.
Estate's in Bloom winners announced
For the first time in 18 years, a Freedom Parade will take place in Harrow to recognise the services to Harrow from the various organisations.
Young people in Harrow are being encouraged to register to vote.
For a weekend this September, some of our most historical and fascinating buildings will open their doors for free, giving the public a chance to discover secrets and surprises unique to Harrow.
Are you fed up with rising energy bills? Paying too much or simply want to find out how much you can save?