A locals' guide to HA7
"Not only is Harrow School one of the best in the country, it's also steeped in history and beautifully designed."Shaun Bailey
"It's the quiet, residential feel of north London that makes it perfect for families."Ben Connolly
"I love walking down the High Street and seeing all the school buildings, as it reminds me of the area's rich history."Sophia Carrington
Where do HA7 locals go?
The Regency Club
Proper Indian food...truly authentic, bountiful and such amazing value! I defy anyone to actually get to the mains, when you can't help but order so many starters!
Submitted by Dan
A great fusion restaurant serving a tasty combination of Indian and Chinese cuisines. They also have a cocktail bar, so you can have a drink or two before and after your meal.
Submitted by Sophia
Named after a city and a seaport in central Italy, here you can find a wide selection of paninis, salads, pasta, fresh pressed juices, ice cream and many more. Great for breakfasts and lunch!
Submitted by Andra
Harrow on the Hill Market
Harrow on the Hill's local fruit and vegetable market is open Monday through to Saturday. Good quality stuff at low prices!
Submitted by Laura
The Chocolate Room
This independently owned coffee shop has a lovely selection of 25 hot chocolate flavours. It serves amazing hot chocolate and bespoke handmade chocolates too.
Submitted by Shaun
Open from 06:30am to 22:00 during the week, this gym is perfect for those who spend their working day in and around Harrow. Amongst its many facilities is a pool, sauna, steam room, spin class section and a wide range of classes, such as dancing and boxing.
Submitted by Ross
St George's Shopping Centre
Shopping, gym, cinema and dining all in one area of Harrow town centre.
Submitted by Kala
All you can eat lunch buffet for £5.50 with a good selection for vegetarians.
Submitted by Saijal
A pizza joint in Harrow - handmade pizza ready in 60 seconds from the wood fired oven.
Submitted by Hexin
A really good Greek restaurant and events venue that does Greek dancing, belly dancing and plate smashing - amongst other things! It's a great place to go for a hen do or a birthday party.
Submitted by Annabel
Why do you find HA7 a great place to live?
"My flat is far away from main street and Brockhurst corner. Very quiet and clean. Nice looked after lawns around flats. Also place for kids to play. And good bus connection to supermarket, bank etc. Really like living here with my two cats. They have space to enjoy too. :)"
"Lovely community, Nice area to live. Travel to London is piece of cake as at least 3-4 train/tube stations within 1 mile area."
What do you like about HA7?
Did you know?
"Cartoonist and illustrator William Heath-Robinson famous for his drawings of complicated machines designed to achieve simple tasks lived at 75 Moss Lane, Pinner."
Child-friendly activities near HA7
Sing and Sign (Stanmore)Blackwell Hall
Find out for yourself why so many parents think that Sing and Sign is the most worthwhile and best value class you could ever attend with your baby. Full of music, singing, puppets, shakers, bells and laughter, it will help you to communicate with your baby and avoid unnecessary frustration.The course is 10 weeks long. Website
Jyoti Gudka - Yoga
The session entails working with the babies in a fun, loving way, using chanting and familiar nursery rhymes.It becomes a loving inter-action between Mother and Baby, and other mothers and babies in the session, bringing a sense of joy and deep bonding. It helps Mums' to become more confident in handling their respective babies. Website
Baby Rhyme Time Toddler Read and Rhyme and Story ExplorersEdgware Library
Baby SensoryThe Simon Domb Scout & Guide Centre
Baby Sensory classes always start with our Say Hello song during which you will use simple sign language to communicate with baby. Parents enjoy learning new signs and babies just love expressive movement! This is followed by sensory activities which you can enjoy with your baby. These shared moments with baby are precious to you both and will give you a wealth of ideas to try at home with your baby. Website
Jiggle GymWatling Community Centre
Jiggle Gym classes follow the same structure every week to build each child's confidence to join in with all the fun activities, songs and parachute play. At Jiggle Gym your child will be challenged by a different set of soft play obstacle courses each week in a fun and safe environment. Your child will delight in climbing up and down, balancing on beams, crawling through tunnels, walking, jumping and much more! Your child will also explore different sensory, gymnastic and musical props to encourage lots of jiggling about. They will also love the parachute play and bubble time! Website
HartbeepsWatling Community Centre
Our bouncy, interactive baby development class that focuses on early language acquisition. Every class is a fun-filled adventure through Baby Land with wacky characters, lighting effects, cool props and parachutes that you won't see anywhere else. The class is set to a funky soundtrack of original baby songs, remixed nursery rhymes and lullabies. From the everyday to the truly spectacular, everything we do in Baby Beeps is magical. 10am - Baby Bells (10 Weeks - 7.5 Months) 11am - Baby Beeps (sitting and crawling) Website
HA7 is the postcode district in North West London incorporating the areas of Stanmore, Belmont (part) and is covered by the Harrow local authority.
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