A locals' guide to HA0
"There are so many green open spaces in Harrow, it's as if you're in the countryside..."Sally Murdock
"Not only is Harrow School one of the best in the country, it's also steeped in history and beautifully designed."Shaun Bailey
"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 HA0 locals go?
I love this vegetarian Indian restaurant. It's great for a quick, but tasty lunch or dinner.
Submitted by Adam
The Apple Tree
Fantastic coffee, croissants and gluten-free cake. Lots of dairy-free alternatives too.
Submitted by Gerald
A family run takeaway offering great tasting Indian and grill food for a reasonable price. It has been in the Harrow area for the last 15 years and recently moved to South Kenton.
Submitted by Samuel
Sudbury Golf Club
Play for the day or become a member at this lovely golf club with a picturesque course of Colt design.
Submitted by Aimee
Great home cooked food at this charming café, located in Harrow on the Hill Golf Course.
Submitted by Sophia
London Designer Outlet
Shopping, cinema and dining all under one roof and with a good selection of restaurants too.
Submitted by Kala
The Plantation Garden Centre
A beautiful and colourful garden centre right in the centre of Harrow.
Submitted by Nikita
Perfect for a celebratory dinner or if you are wanting a couple of cocktails on a Saturday night.
Submitted by Laura
This refined Italian restaurant also includes a deli with delicious food that is great for a light lunch!
Submitted by Laura
The Lost Rivers Bar & Kitchen
Live music, British food and real ale in a fashionable setting.
Submitted by Janatpreet
A quaint Italian restaurant serving amazing authentic stone baked pizzas and great takeaway dishes too!
Submitted by Aimee
The Old Etonian
This hotel and restaurant has a surprisingly extensive wine list, delicious Sunday lunches and outdoor seating with a nice view for when the weather is good. Great for large groups - book in advance to avoid disappointment, as it gets busy on the weekends. I always say hello to the staff when I walk by to make sure they still have garlic prawns on the menu!
Submitted by Pattie
The Doll's House on the Hill
A charming little cafe that is the best for afternoon tea or just a slice of cake whilst out and about.
Submitted by Laura
Why do you find HA0 a great place to live?
"Incredibly diverse, friendly and multicultural. Great and very affordable food from all over the world on your doorstep. The area in the process of being 'gentrified' which means there is so much to look forward to."
What do you like about HA0?
Did you know?
"Amongst Harrow School's famous alumni include Winston Churchill, actor Benedict Cumberbatch and Lord Byron."
Child-friendly activities near HA0
Daniel's Den Toddler and Parent Group-SudburySt Andrews Church
In each session, activities are set up for children to play, do crafts, singing and other fun activities. Parents are able to share parenting skills with one another and build friendships. There is a genuine family feeling to the groups where everyone is welcome whatever your background, race or postcode! Website
Juicy Fruit Toddler GroupSt Cuthbert's Church,
Open to all parents, grandparents and carers with children under 4 years of age. We are a very friendly relaxed group with lots of fun and educational activities, includng a messy play activity each week, offering your child valuable sensory experiences with out the mess in your home! Website
Partyman World Of Play, WembleyPartyman World Of Play, Wembley
Bookstart story and rhyme (under 5s)Ealing Road Library
Babies and children who love books and have the pleasure of hearing stories and rhymes have a flying start when it comes to learning to read by themselves. Sessions are organised locally and take place in children's nurseries and libraries. They incorporate a mix of songs, rhymes, rhythm and movement as well as providing the opportunity to share games, novelty books and toys. Website
First FruitsSt Cuthbert's Church Hall,
This is a group for new Mums who have Babies under 1 year. Come and have some lunch together and meet other new Mums. Lots of helpful advice and friendly support in a relaxed setting - supporting you in the the toughest job there is! Website
Stay and play sessions for babies under 18 monthsWelcome Children's Centre
Stay and play sessions allow children to enjoy a selection of toys in a relaxed environment and it is a good opportunity to meet other families.
CHATTERBOXSudbury Baptist Church,
Chatterbox is a group for babies, toddlers and their parents and carers. We welcome new guests, and the first session is free. There are a good selection of toys, craft activities, and singing for the children at the end of the morning. Tea, coffees, juice and biscuits etc included. Website
HA0 is the postcode district in North West London incorporating the areas of Alperton, Sudbury, Sudbury Hill, Wembley Central and North Wembley and is covered by the Brent and Harrow local authorities.
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