The HHT Kids Committee evening of Bingo and Fish & Chips.
This was held in the Church Hall of St Mary's on 29th November 2013, we all gathered for a 6.30 start. A good number of games were played, there was a raffle for a giant monkeye and the evening concluded with fish & chips for all.
In total £112 was donated to Cancer Ressearch UK - well done all the kids and their parents!
30th June: Transport on and around the Hill
Jonathan Edwards led a group of 15 or so people around the streets to show how modes of transport impacted the Hill, and vice versa. Featuring horse-drawn coaches, motor buses, canals, trains, the advent of the motor car, and the poetry of a Poet Laureate.
Photos by: - Melly Potter Photography, http://mellypotter.com
Middle Road and its environs
Jonathan Edwards’ initial walk of 2013 includes a wealth of historical interest and architectural variety, all within a few hundred yards; schools, places of worship, shops, public houses, residences and a boundary marker.
We will meet on The Green, outside Blues at 2.30pm on 7th April.
Don Walter's Armchair Walk - The Way We Were
At 7.30pm on 20th March in St Mary's Church Hall Don Walter returns with one of his armchair walks.
This Walk is a little different in its content in that Don will be “walking” not just over the Hill but through its equally historic neighbours, Roxeth, Greenhill, even Wealdstone.
So if you would like to see South Harrow when it was little more than a gasworks surrounded by fields, or Central Harrow when it still had a theatre, a Lyons tea shop, a Boots Lending Library not to mention a pool with a great view of St. Mary’s, come and discover The Way We Were – during the 19th and 20th centuries.
A big thank you to our Christmas Tree team!