Category Archive: evergreen

Feb 15 2014

All About the Jubilate Singers

Jubilate means ‘celebration’ in Latin, and that’s the essence of this special ladies’ choir, based in Harrow, West London. Hugely popular with local audiences, Jubilate is known for its high standard of performance, its varied repertoire, and its sense of fun. Recent competition successes include runners up in the Mid-Somerset Festival and winners of the …

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Feb 15 2014

All About… Harrow Camera Club

Harrow Camera Club  has something to offer you whether you are an amateur enthusiast or experienced photographer.  Technical and artistic skills are enhanced through a mixture of competitions, talks and workshops. The Club achieves a good standard of work in external competitions and is amongst the top Clubs in the Chilterns Association. It is recognised …

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Feb 15 2014

Harrow Bus Routes – A Journalistic View

As we’ve said before, every now and again you stumble across something absolutely fascinating on the web, and this site – London Buses: one bus at a time – is no exception. The authors have taken just about every bus they can, and have documented the journey with insightful comment and excellent photography. For example, …

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Oct 12 2013

All About Harrow Cine and Video Society

Harrow Cine & Video Society is one of the premier cinevideo clubs in the northwest London area, having started its life in 1951 as the Pinner Cine Society. This is our diamond anniversary year, celebrating a passion for movie making in all its aspects! These days, of course, digital video rules supreme, and we have …

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Sep 19 2013

All About… Harrow Writers’ Circle

Calling all poets, journalists, short story writers, novelists and other scribblers. Writing need not be lonely! Harrow Writers’ Circle welcomes new members. Founded over sixty years ago we’re still going strong. The membership ranges from published authors to absolute beginners with every degree of experience in between, and all age groups. At our friendly meetings members …

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Jun 12 2013

All About the Tonic Choir

Formed in October 2009, we now have about 350 members in four choirs, two in Hatch End, one in Radlett and one in Totteridge.Our aim is to have fun through singing a wide range of secular music. We welcome singers aged 18+ irrespective of ability. There are no auditions and you don’t have to be …

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Oct 03 2012

All About Your Local Milkman

Did you know that your local milkman (here for South Harrow and Rayners Lane, here for the rest of the borough) can deliver more than just milk? We’ve written before about milk deliveries in South Harrow, but there’s much more available across the whole of Harrow – and you can sign up, place order and manage your …

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Feb 29 2012

All About Harrow Community Radio

Harrow Community Radio (HCR) has been set up by David Gawn & Keith Chilvers as a project to engage with the community who live and work in the London Borough of Harrow and act as a platform for them to have a voice, which may not other wise be heard. The 6 main objectives of …

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Jan 12 2012

All About… Harrow Light Opera Company

Founded in 1944, the Harrow Light Opera Company is a very active and friendly group. They present two major musical productions every year in their current home at the Watersmeet Theatre, Rickmansworth. With productions costing around £25,000 they rely on a small but dedicated voluntary management team for continued growth. Professional Directors, Musical Directors and …

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Jan 06 2012

Harrow Bus Journey – 1969 short film

Over on Twitter today, @HarrowTown found this YouTube video of a Bus Driving Instructor talking us through a brief journey in and around Harrow from around 1969. If you’ve got any videos like this, drop us a note in the comments, below. According to the uploader, on Youtube: Driving Instructor talks us through his drive …

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