A Harrow Council worker has received an award for the work he has done to improve fire safety in the homes of vulnerable people.
Harrow has the lowest rate of teenage pregnancies in London, new figures reveal.
The Mayor of Harrow Cllr Nana Asante invites you to join her on Saturday 8 March to celebrate International Women’s Day (IWD) which celebrates the social, political and economic achievements of women.
Young people successfully organised three days of creative learning for other teenagers across the borough during half term.
Charities and voluntary groups in Harrow will receive vital help to raise more funds and recruit volunteers, following the launch of a council-backed support service.
Employers from businesses, colleges and community organisations found out more about how to make their workforce healthier and happier at the launch of a new Harrow Council-run scheme.
Your chance to look at restoration designs and plans for Headstone Manor.
Are you a social care employer looking for new recruits?
Cllr Susan Hall visits Harrow Churches Housing Association’s newest young persons’ shared house and talks to young people about their aspirations and work.
Vulnerable people in Harrow are having their homes kitted out with the latest sprinkler system as part of an innovative new partnership* between Harrow Council and London Fire Brigade.
Harrow Council is backing a new scheme that will help the borough’s businesses to boost the health of their employees.
Limber up for a fitness-fuelled weekend
Some of the borough’s leading business and support organisations will showcase what they have to offer at Harrow Council’s flagship business event.
Take part in fitness demonstrations and try out the smoothie bike.
As storms batter the borough, Harrow Council has offered help and support, including free blankets, slippers and home insulation, to hundreds of vulnerable elderly residents.
500 Commonwealth flags to be raised throughout the UK to mark Commonwealth Day at 10am on March, 10, 2014. Harrow will raise it's flag at Harrow Civic Centre.
Harrow residents are being asked for their opinions on the quality and performance of the adult social care services they receive as part of a national audit of care.
A week long crack down on council fraud has unearthed suspected cases amounting to hundreds of thousands of pounds.
Harrow Council is committed to achieving Fairtrade borough status and this month will host its annual Fairtrade summit on Tuesday, 18 February 2014.
Harrow Council’s drive to make our borough a prime destination for new business has been recognised with new official figures.
In the last year, Harrow’s taxpayers have been cheated out of £315,000 due to fraudulent benefit and care payment claims.
A new challenge calls on residents to 'get active' with support provided for residents. Launch event takes place on Monday 17 February.
Harrow Council lends is support for a campaign launched to drive up the numbers of young people that vote and therefore influence British politics.
Harrow Council is calling on young people to stand for the 2014 Youth Elections which take place from February 10 to February 14.
Almost 300 people attended the Xcite Employment and Training Fair on Thursday, 23 January.
A new five-aside-football league – the first of its kind in the capital – has been set up to attract more Asian and ethnic minority players in North West London
Harrow’s entrepreneurs will battle it out for a chance to win vital support for their business, in a Dragon’s Den-style competition being organised by Harrow Council.
Two new Outdoor Gyms are planned to open this summer.
The finishing touches are being made to Harrow Town Centre, as the Council’s massive regeneration project reaches its final stage.
Fruit, veg and business boost for Harrow parents