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Where to eat, relax and sunbathe in Harrow on the Hill

In the mysterious, bewitching, age-old land of London, ‘Harrow On The Hill’ is a must-talk topic to hit a chord right now with this...

A look back at the LGBTQ+ history in Harrow

Harrow has seen significant changes throughout history. The borough has traces back to the 8th century and has seen the influence of the opening...

Behind The Badge: Meet PC Natalie Smith, who covers Brent and Harrow

For the June edition of Behind The Badge, Harrow Online caught up with PC Natalie Smith who works in the Brent and Harrow area.   What...

How George Orwell inspired pubs in Harrow and surrounding areas

George Orwell is one of the prominent figures of 20th-century literature, and his most cherished contribution to the art form, 1984, was one of...

The untold story of Sir Roger Bannister’s four minute mile

Four Roger On the sixth of May 1954, Roger Bannister, a Harrow native, became the first person to run a mile in under four minutes....

The heart of Harrow resides in its popular shopping centres, St Ann’s and St George’s

The heart of Harrow resides in its popular shopping centres, St Ann's and St George’s, which have now been the main attraction of Harrow...

How much does a pint of Guinness cost in Harrow?

Like other members of the general public, one acknowledges the dyer complexity of our global economic crisis through the soaring alcohol prices. The turmoil of...

Self-educate from middle class scraps in Pinner

Pinner, an affluent section of the Harrow borough, is encapsulated by many Harrovians as "One of the nice parts". One attraction to this clean...

Man arrives homeless refugee, becomes surgeon at Northwick Park Hospital

“I am a dreamer and don’t believe in the impossible,” says Hani Abdul-Jabar explaining his extraordinary journey from teenage refugee to surgeon. Hani fled sectarian...

Off the Wall: Harrow café showcases local art work

A cafe in Harrow Weald is hosting an art exhibition showcasing local artists that have supported the venue since opening. Off The Wall has been...

Pinner voted ‘best part of Harrow to live in’ by residents

The people of Harrow have spoken! Pinner has been declared the nicest part of Harrow to live in following a readers poll. With so many...

Behind The Badge: Detective Chief Inspector Naz Rana, from Wembley Police Station

For the April edition of Behind The Badge, Harrow Online spoke with Detective Chief Inspector Naz Rana, based at Wembley Police Station.   What is your...

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