The Duke of Edinburgh: A message from the Mayor and the Leader of Harrow Council
It is with the greatest sadness that Harrow Council learnt of the death of His Royal Highness, The Duke of Edinburgh today, Friday 9th April at Windsor Castle.
An update on the AstraZeneca vaccine
The benefits of the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine far outweigh any possible risk of blood clots among those groups currently eligible to receive their first or second COVID-19 vaccination.
Enjoying freedoms while remembering rules: A message from Leader Cllr Graham Henson
As the pandemic is reducing, it is allowing us more freedoms to see friends and family and, from Monday 12th April 2021, enjoy the shops and hospitality we might once have taken for granted.
Flood defences to be improved as part of £6m funding
Natural flood defences will be implemented over six-year period to protect residents. Scheme will also see environmental improvements and enhancement of public space.
Residents asked to test after South African Covid strain found in South Harrow
Unrelated case detected in South Harrow. Residents in selected areas will be asked to take part in ‘surge’ testing. Tests vital to suppress the variant and find any further cases.
COVID Community Webinar
It’s time for another popular Community Webinar and now, with the end of lockdown approaching, we are returning to the subject of Covid-19 and the vaccination rollout.
Vaccinations lead the way: A message from Director of Public Health Carole Furlong
This week marked one year since the first national lockdown in response to the Covid-19 pandemic and the start of a year which has challenged all of us in ways that nobody could have anticipated.
The AstraZeneca vaccine: A message from Director of Public Health Carole Furlong
We’ve all been hearing a lot in the news about the AstraZeneca vaccine and blood clots.
Harrow's Low Traffic Neighbourhood consultation extended
Technical problems with the Harrow Council website and web forms yesterday, meant the website was down for a few hours.
Let's talk about COVID vaccinations
What is the best way to discuss the COVID vaccines with your family, friends and colleagues so our community here in Harrow stays safe?