You may not know it, but SHARRA – the South Harrow and Roxeth Residents Association – is your local residents association in the area. SHARRA has been around since 1929, and was the original group behind the Roxeth Show when it started all those years ago.
Membership costs £3 per year (yes – only three pounds!) and for that you get a copy of the quarterly magazine (a 20-page A5 booklet packed with local information, Councillor and MP reports, and interesting articles), invitations to quarterly meetings (held locally on a Tuesday evening, from 8.00pm – 10.00pm), and a general good feeling that you’re helping support a group with worthwhile causes. The quarterly meetings are very interesting, with a speaker from a local group, authority, association or other cause, which is relevant to South Harrow.
SHARRA acts as a funnel for local issues, and directs them to the appropriate authority. For example, it represents the views of South Harrow’s residents with Transport for London, with Chiltern Railway, and with Harrow Council, as appropriate.
SHARRA is non-party political and non-sectarian. All are welcome to join and to help make South Harrow a better place to live.
If you’d like to know more, or would like to join, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the name of your street or road, and we’ll get back to you with the name of your local road steward.