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Radio Harrow has won ‘Station of the Year’ at national radio awards

Radio Harrow has won the ‘Station of the Year’ award at the Hospital Broadcasting Association (HBA) annual awards 2021. The awards ceremony took place...

Behind the Badge: PC Matt Looker from Emergency Response Team

‘Behind the Badge’ gives Harrow residents a chance to learn more about our local police officers that help keep us all safe. Following on from...

Charity announces ‘£22million lifeline’ to help support children and young people in Harrow

Grant-giving funder John Lyon’s Charity has ring-fenced £22 million from its endowment, to be spent over the next six years, to support the children...

New study shows ‘one in ten’ Londoners to be unemployed by December

London’s unemployment total is expected to peak at 9.4% - or 464,000 economically active residents – by the end of this year, according to...

Stamp duty holiday extended until end of June 2021

The chancellors Budget is music to our ears, whether you’re buying or selling. Firstly we hope all of you Harrovians are doing well in these...

Behind the Badge: Being an Asian female police officer in Harrow

We launched a brand new feature last month called ‘Behind the Badge’, giving Harrow residents a chance to learn more about our local police...

Nanny’s fundraising challenge inspired by her granddaughters brain tumour diagnosis

The grandmother of a seven-year-old diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumour is raising money for the charity Brain Tumour Research to help find a...

GirlGuiding volunteer explains the impact of covid-19 on Harrow divisions

By Ruth Williams  Harrow Online catches up with GirlGuiding volunteer, Jane Stone, to discuss how GirlGuiding has been impacted by Covid 19 and why it’s...

Medic reunited by chance with the colleague who saved her husband’s life over 20 years ago

Emergency Ambulance Crew Ellie has been reunited with the medic that helped save her husband’s life 21 years ago after he was severely injured...

Animal Magic – Grim’s Dyke’s lesser known residents

By Nicci Rae These days, Grim’s Dyke is enjoyed by many as a boutique hotel and wedding venue but, since its completion in 1870, this...

Gino’s: a cafe for the community in Harrow Weald

By Ruth Williams Harrow Weald has been the home of Gino’s cafe for 21 years. We talk to owner, Simón Corsini about the secret behind...

Brand new photography group showcases local talent in Harrow

At the tail end of 2020, we had an idea to launch a brand new photography-based Facebook group to showcase local photographers work and...

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