Staff from McDonald’s, Metro Bank, Harrow council and BID teams all joined together today to help clean and set up the town in preparation for Monday’s return of Non essential shops opening.
The group of 20 volunteers rallied together to put up barriers along shops in the high street to help social distancing.
They also helped remove graffiti and unwanted advertising on lamp posts and other landmarks.
Kurt Jansen Franchisee of Harrow McDonald’s said: “Working with the local community has always been very important to us. The last year has been incredibly difficult for all business’s but there is looking to be light at the end of the tunnel.
“It was important for us to give back to the community we operate in and help the local BID team and council prepare the Town centre for what we hope is a busy and safe opening week.
“We regularly hold large events to help restore parts of the community, tackle litter, or help other charity’s.
“This year we have also launched our Grass route football campaign that offers free football sessions to young children in the local community.”
Louise Baxter, Manager of Harrow BID said: “Harrow BID have worked with BID members from McDonald’s and Metrobank along with the Council Clean team and Council officers in Harrow town centre today to help clean the area and remove all paraphernalia and graffiti that has been put on the bins and lamp columns whilst we have been in lockdown”.