Climb to the top of the man made hills and you can see as far as central London and Canary Wharf!
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Always a great night out with dancing and music, this Indian bar/restaurant is very popular with the locals!
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Perfect for a celebratory dinner or if you are wanting a couple of cocktails on a Saturday night.
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A sought-after antique lighting specialist in Harrow on the Hill.
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A charming little cafe that is the best for afternoon tea or just a slice of cake whilst out and about.
Submitted by Laura
A quaint Italian restaurant serving amazing authentic stone baked pizzas and great takeaway dishes too!
Submitted by Aimee
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
Great for playing tennis with a high-quality court. It also has a very large field that is well maintained, which makes it ideal for playing football/cricket.
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Play for the day or become a member at this lovely golf club with a picturesque course of Colt design.
Submitted by Aimee
A stylish restaurant designed for everyone, whether you are with friends or family! Delicious food booming with flavour.
Submitted by Isabella
An independent barista using Monmouth beans, this place is the best coffee shop in Harrow. They also sell delicious cakes and sweet treats available to eat in or for special events too.
Submitted by Noah
This family run Lebanese restaurant serves authentic food that really hits the spot! I love coming here with a big group of my friends.
Submitted by Fizah
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"Haydock Green resident and London eccentric, Stanley Green spent 25 years carrying a placard along Oxford Street proclaiming "Less Lust, By Less Protein" until his passing in 1993. His placard can currently be seen in the Museum of London."
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Excellent transport facilities to Central London, green spaces, family environment, library, leisure centre and close to shopping centres.
Nice and peaceful area, opposite Northolt Hills. When sometimes, in good weather, I am taking cup of coffee, taking deep breath and live at the moment ....
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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
Kung Fu Kids-YMAACommunity Hall
Our Kung Fu Kids program use Shaolin exercises and games to develop physical fitness, coordination, and concentration according to YMAA Kung Fu Kids program. This training builds mutual respect and self-confidence through teamwork, setting objectives, and achieving goals. Kids Shaolin Kung Fu also heavily emphasizes fundamentals, basics, and foundation, which are all essential skills to the development and furthering of a student's martial arts training. First session is FREE, when you like it the monthly payment is £27 (for once a week) or £8 per session. Annual membership: £50 Website
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
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Sing and Sign (Harrow)St George's Church
Shell and I have been singing since I could talk and signing with children of all ages for the past 20 years. Sing and Sign classes are useful, fun, easy to learn and babies LOVE them too. It's a real winner! The moment when a child signs "milk" "more" or even "duck" for the first time and the delight when they realise they are understood is beyond comparison. Website
Partyman World - Toddler sessionsPartyman World of Play, vale farm,
Activities include, Music, Props & Actions, Arts & Crafts, Story Time & Puppets, Cooking & Decorating, Puzzles & Toys. Peak Under 1 - £2.00 1 to 3 years - £5.95 Off Peak Under 1 - £2.00 1 to 3 years - £5.50 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
Northolt is a suburb in the London Borough of Ealing, West London. It spreads across both sides of the A40. The name Northolt means northern wood and distinguishes it from Southolt (Southall). Northolt does not have a recognised centre, and is made up of mainly residential areas.
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