Monthly Archive: September 2012

Sep 30 2012

Diwali Mobiles and Lanterns at Harrow Museum – November 10, 2012

Diwali, the Festival of Lights, is celebrated by communities across London. Diwali has religious significance for Hindu, Sikh and Jain communities. Known as the Festival of Lights, Diwali represents the victory of good over evil and light over darkness. The word Diwali or Deepavali literally means “a row of lamps”. Enthusiastically celebrated around the world, Diwali …

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Sep 30 2012

Autumn Music Camp – October 29 to November 2, 2012 (half term)

Welcome to Autumn Music Camp. This one week camp is ideal for your child to develop as a musician surrounded by like minded young people. This October half term break, join us in the program of your choice. Where: Whitchurch Junior School, Stanmore When: 09.00 – 15.00 daily during half-term week Programs Available Jump Start This …

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Sep 30 2012

Pinner WI Launches on October 1, 2012

A new branch of the Women’s Institute is due to launch on Monday, October 1st, in Pinner, with it’s first meeting kicking off at 8.00pm at the Pinner Arms. The group has adopted the name HAWI – made up with the ‘HA’ from Harrow, and the ‘WI’ from… well, you can guess! HAWI was formed …

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Sep 30 2012

Belmont Indoor Market and Table Sale – October 13, 2012

Indoor Market and Table-Top sale Belmont Community Hall, Kenton Lane, opposite Tescos at Belmont Circle, Harrow HA3 8RY Date: Saturday 143h October, 2012 from 08.00 – 12.00 Contact: Sandra on 07986 590917 Email: belmontcommunityhall@hotmail.com Indoor sale, variety of goods for sale, books, toys, clothes, bric a brac. £7 a stall, table provided 8am – 1pm Refreshments available …

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Sep 30 2012

Harrow Council’s Top 20 cost £2.2 million per year

A review of the Top 20 earners among Harrow Council’s Officers reveals that they cost the borough in the region of £2,200,000 a year in salaries. With titles such as “Divisional  Director, Targeted  Services” and “Corporate Director,  Place  Shaping” the full breakdown makes for interesting reading – especially set against the context of the savings …

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Sep 29 2012

Charity Auction for London 2012 Olympic Torch – October 2, 2012

A local charity, which we’re very fond of here at iharrow.com, have had a donation of a London 2012 Olympic Torch, which will be auctioned this week. The charity is Jack and Rebecca’s dream to walk, something that we’ve featured before here, and is aiming to raise the funds needed to give these twins the …

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Sep 28 2012

Harrow Leisure Discount Card

Many Harrow residents may not be aware that the Council operates a Harrow Leisure Card, which gives around 10 to 20% discount on visits to Harrow Leisure Centre for swimming, fitness centre, group training sessions and badminton during weekday off-peak hours. The card, which costs either £17.25 or £2.90 for residents, or £34.25 or £11.45 …

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Sep 28 2012

Halloween Fundraiser – October 26, 2012

Help  raise funds for Kids Can Achieve and ADHD & Autism Support Harrow by coming along to the Halloween Fundraiser filled with spooky games, food and fancy dress! Come to a fun packed afternoon at this Halloween themed fundraiser for two charities – Kids Can Achieve and ADHD & Autism Support Harrow. Activities include a …

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Sep 28 2012

Diwali and Navaratri Celebration – September 29/30, 2012

This weekend, the 29th and 30th of September 2012 see Gujarat Samachar and Asian Voice presenting Anand Mela at the Harrow Leisure Centre. Featuring Stand Up comedy, Bolloywood Song and Dance, Fashion Show and Shopping Festival, all money raised is being donated to the charity ‘Food for Life.’ There should also be appearances from Kya …

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Sep 28 2012

Harrow Police – Operation Cubo Results for September 27, 2012

Harrow Police have been busy again this week, running their part of Operation Cubo – the Met’s initiative to take uninsured vehicles off of the capital’s roads. In Harrow alone, 60 vehicles were stopped and five of those were seized. A total of 18 motorists were fined or summoned and two un-roadworthy vehicles were removed. …

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