46 acre site in South Harrow officially opens after transformation

Newton Park, in the heart of South Harrow has undergone a 9 month restoration programme and you are invited to come along to the official opening at 1:15pm on Tuesday 17 July to see the difference.

  • Flood Defences work complete at Newton Park
  • New constructed wetlands and river restoration
  • Residents invited to come to open day on Tuesday 17 July

The park that is loved and used by locals now boasts better facilities and access for the local community with new footpaths, bridges, four wetlands and more diverse wildlife habitat. The attractive 46 acre open space project also provides river restoration and flood defence improvement works.

On Tuesday 17 July, the park will officially be opened by the leader of the council Cllr Graham Henson and the Mayor of Harrow Cllr Kareema Marikar at 1.15pm. They will be joined by local school children from Newton Farm. There’ll be a ribbon cutting ceremony, planting of 500 aquatic plants, water testing, activities and information displays, tours and refreshments.

Come and join us! You can use the entrance by Malvern Avenue or Ravenswood Crescent HA2.