During the Coronavirus pandemic, sadly many of us in Harrow have experienced the loss of friends, family and colleagues.
To remember them, we have launched a book of condolence to celebrate and remember their lives with an online space for you to leave your messages of remembrance.
You can send us your message with an optional photo using the button below.
Please note that we will review all messages before they are published and messages can be submitted as either an individual or as a representative of an organisation.
On behalf of the Trustees and the community at The Neasden Temple
I write on behalf of the Trustees and the community at The Neasden Temple to offer our condolences to all those residents of Harrow who have lost their loved ones during the Covid pandemic and our prayers for a quick recovery to those who have suffered Covid.
To mark this day, we will be offering special prayers at The Neasden Temple and all our Temples throughout the UK and observing a minute silence.
May we all gain strength from our adversities and may the spirit of humanity and looking after each other continue to grow day by day.
- Dr Mayank R Shah
I lost my Dad Robert Poulton on 04/04/20. He had been in hospital for other medical reasons when he caught covid 19. Missed and loved everyday xx
On behalf of Jairo & Cristina Tardivo
Our thoughts and prayers to all the families and friends that lost dear ones to Covid. And may the love, hope and compassion sprout in the soil of our hearts watered by the tears of our pain.
Our Dad, Richard sadly passed away on the 28/4/20 he was a very proud Irish ☘️ man and his last wish was that we held a celebration mass and a good wake where everyone was to be happy.
Covid has to date denied our kind, loving dad this wish, we have not yet been able to mourn and celebrate his life properly with his/our family and friends.
We can not wait until we can put this right. We will light a candle of remembrance and are thoughts will be with all the families who are in the same place.
68, Edgware, London, Company Director
Taken from us too soon. We will never be able to fill the void left in our hearts. He was a wonderful husband, inspirational father, doting grandfather with a huge passion for life with a truly magnetic personality.
Dearest Kiran Bhaghatjee
“Sending healing prayers and comforting hugs. I am so sorry for your loss.”
Luv Kishor, Panna, Devin, Ambie, Jayna, Sagheer, Ayan, Iyla & Ushaben xxxx
To my brother in law Kiran Bhagattjee and also to everyone else
To the Bhaggattjee Family. We are still feeling the loss and pain of the Void that his sudden absence from our lives has left us reeling.
Coming to London will forever be different now ....But our hearts will be forever be Bonded to you All.... That is his legacy which we will always honour.
Hari and Daksha
30/4/1954 - 29/4/2020. Sadly passed away due to Covid- always on our minds- forever in our hearts
In memory of Alvin Alleyne who we lost in January this year. A kind and friendly gentleman. A Claremont Road original. You will be missed by us all.
- Helen, Joe and Conor
1926 - 2020 : In loving memory of our beautiful mum, grandmother & great grandmother who touched so many hearts. Always there for us, guided and supported us. Forever in our hearts and greatly missed! Rashmi
Lucy Gess (Pinner)
Died on 31 December 2020. A dear friend and neighbour.
My darling Dad passed away 26th March 2020 and we never got a chance to say goodbye so this is very poignant to have a minute silence to reflect on his memory. He was the best dad anyone could wish for, who always had time for everyone. He loved his family dearly.
Dad we will never forget you.
- Annette, Steven, Jonathan & Grandchildren
William George Brignell
In memory of
William George Brignell
14-07-‘23 to 17-04-‘20.
Former Head of Longfield Primary School who died due to covid19.
On behalf of S.Grant
Condolences going out to all who has had someone dear to them. We will always be thinking of them. Gone but not forgotten.
Rest in eternal peace.
On behalf of Mandy
Dad, always missed, never to be forgotten. Sleep tight.
On behalf of R.Tailor
Our beloved brother Navin Tailor passed away age 64 from COVID on 22April 2020. You will all ways be in our hearts forever