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Freedoms granted by Harrow

Individual Honorary Freemen and organisations

Individual Honorary Freemen of the borough

Name Admitted Died Funeral/Service
Sir Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill, KG, OM, CH, TD, PC, DL, FRS, HON RA 30 September 1955 24 January 1965 30 January 1965
William O Allen Esq, OBE, J 29 July 1968 9 November 1983 28 January 1984
A Ernest Armor Esq, CBE, BSc, FRPS 29 July 1968 4 October 1985  
Charles E Jordan Esq, JP 29 July 1968 26 August 1982 3 September 1982
G Francis Tefler Esq, MM, JP 29 July 1968 2 February 1979 8 February 1979
Sir Horace Walter Culter, OBE, JP 16 December 1976 2 March 1997  
H George Gange Esq, OBE, JP 16 December 1976 11 September 1984  
Sir Roger Gilbert Bannister 4 May 2004 3 March 2018  
Sir Paul Maxime Nurse, PRS 7 July 2011    
Christine Bednell 26 July 2018    

 

Organisations

Name Admitted
131 Independent Commando Squadron, Corps Of Royal Engineers (volunteers) 10 March 1983
47 (Middlesex Yeomanry) Signal Squadron, 31st ( Greater London) Signal Regiment Royal Corps of Signals 10 March 1983

257 (Southern) General Hospital Royal Army Medical Corps (volunteers)

"In recognition of the eminent services rendered over many years by them to the borough and in order to perpetuate the close bonds of friendship and mutual respect which exist between the borough and the unit."

10 March 1983

RAF Stations Stanmore Park and Bentley Priory

"In recognition of the eminent services rendered by them over many years to the borough and in order to perpetuate the close bonds of friendship and friendship which exist between the borough and the stations."

20 October 1988
ChristChurch Roxeth and Harrow Company of the church lads' and church girls' brigade 20 October 1994

Royal British Legion (Harrow branch)

"In recognition of its seventy fifth anniversary in 1996 and the outstanding continuous service provided by the Legion to the Harrow area."

18 July 1966

Girl Brigade Northwest London district

"In recognition of its continuous service to the London borough  of Harrow."

1 May 2014

1454 (Harrow) Squadron Air Training Corps

"In recognition of its continuous service to the London borough of Harrow."

1 May 2014