Tag Archive: centralharrow

Sep 25 2015

Improvement Works for Harrow on the Hill Tube Station

From 5 October, TFL will be carrying out improvement work at Harrow-on-the-Hill Tube station; this is part of their plans to modernise the Tube. As a result, they are making changes to the ticket hall and the ticket windows will be permanently closed. Staff will be moved into the ticket hall where they can assist you …

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May 12 2014

St Ann’s Road – New Pavements Vandalised by Contactors?

Two weeks ago, we wrote about how St Ann’s Road had been dug up, mere days almost after the great fanfare of completion. At the time, the Council advised that the cause of the work was emergency repairs to the power network along the road, and Council Leader Susan Hall said that she “…can assure residents …

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Apr 28 2014

St Anns Road… Paved and dug up again.

Barely had the trumpets ceased their fanfare at the completion of St Anns Road in Harrow town centre, then the find new paving – having been honoured by the passing feet of assorted dignitaries – is now being dug up. It’s not entirely clear why – seems to be something to do with the new …

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Sep 24 2013

Frankie & Benny’s Coming to Harrow in November – @frankienbennys

American/Italian Restaurant and Bar chain, Frankie & Benny’s will be opening a new restaurant in Harrow in November 2013. Located in St Georges Centre in Harrow, right at the foot of the escalators, it’s sure to be a hit with cinema visitors, looking for something new. St George’s is already well-served by restaurants (including one …

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May 05 2013

Macmillan Support Event – May 8-9, 2013

The Macmillan Mobile Information and Support Service will be in Harrow at the end of St Johns Road near Debenhams on 8th and 9th May from 10.00am – 4.00pm with information and advice about the services they offer to those fighting cancer. Tracy Neill, from Macmillian, said: “No one should face cancer alone and a …

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Apr 15 2013

The Chocolate Room arrives in Harrow

Not everyone needs a reason to eat chocolate. But for those who do need an excuse to indulge in one of life’s guilty pleasures look no further than Harrow Town Centre. The chocolate room was founded in Australia where it has ten stores and has expanded since its inception to 40 outlets throughout India and …

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Mar 11 2013

Harrow Town Centre’s St. Patrick’s Celebration

St. Patrick’s Celebration 16th March 13 Harrow Town Centre will turn into the place to be for everything Irish on Saturday 16th March. Time: 11am – 6pm Price: Free Venue: St. Ann’s Road, Harrow Town Centre Traditional Irish entertainment is brought to you by The Kilburn Cowboys, Jacket Spuds, Robbie Love, Irish Dancers, Harrow Community …

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Feb 04 2013

Nando’s new tenant at St George’s shopping center at Harrow

Redefine International has signed Nando’s on a new 20 year lease at its St George’s Shopping Centre in Harrow. Nando’s has taken a 3,491 sq ft unit plus an additional 220 sq ft seating area at a rent of £82,000 per annum. The letting forms an important element of Redefine’s strategy to reposition St George’s …

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Dec 19 2012

Susan Says: Trident Point Conditions ‘Totally Unacceptable’

Faults and problems at a new apartment development in Harrow are continuing, over six months after they were first reported. Residents of the Trident Point development in Pinner Road (pictured below) have been without properly functioning lifts since July, and communal areas and stairwells often remain uncleaned. The Leader of the Council’s Conservative Group attended a residents’ meeting on …

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Dec 01 2012

A Typical Day in the life of a Harrow Councillor

Cllr Sue Anderson (Labour, Greenhill ward) has written a rather interesting blog on Harrow Labour’s website, which explains a typical day in the life of a councillor. We’ve reproduced parts of it below, but you can read the entire artcile on their website, here. This week has been unusual as I have had no formal …

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