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It takes 32.5 years to buy your first home in Kensington and Chelsea

MP Tessa Jowelll releases research revealing the true impact of London's housing crisis

Ebola children's fund is quids in thanks to Kingsbury High School

A quiz organised by six formers at Kingsbury High School in aid of Save the Children was a huge success

Right to Buy sales soar across west London in 2014

The number of homes sold in Hounslow in 2014 were 10 times higher than the year before

Suspect to appear in court in connection with Harrow stabbing

G4S court staff
Hasan Bolat, 20, of West Hendon is due to appear at Harrow Crown Court on March 6 in connection with an alleged stabbing in Harrow

Small businesses thriving in west London, new figures reveal

Hounslow Chamber of Commerce suggested the figures could be down to creative business start-ups, many of which are principally funded by crowd-sourcing

Harrow in Pictures

New boss sends warning to his Boro troops

Saturday's game may be the only chance Harrow players get to shine

Goalkeeper James Shea commits future to AFC Wimbledon

New long-term Kingsmeadow contract for former Harrow Borough shot-stopper

Baker appointed as new Harrow Borough manager

Former Chipstead boss will take over from Dave Anderson

Honour Killing premiere at Cineworld Feltham

Set in London, the story follows Pakistani girl Sameera and Punjabi boy Sunny and the fate of their love which lies in the hands of their families

Traditional French market comes to Uxbridge next week

The French Market will include food from around the continent, as well as art and fashion stalls

Take first look inside pub transformed into shrine to Hammersmith Palais

The Draft House in Hammersmith, formerly the Laurie Arms, is packed with memorabilia from the famous music venue

Scenes from Oscar-winning The Theory of Everything filmed in Brent

The Theory of Everything crew transformed Brent Town Hall into a hospital to films scenes for the Oscar-winning movie

Investment paves way for nearly 13,000 new homes across west London

Southall, Harrow and Wealdstone, and Hounslow are among the first new 'housing zones' announced by Boris Johnson

Jubilee Clock returns to Harlesden as regeneration draws to an end

The clock was removed from its spot as part of a £4.5m regeneration project which has also seen improvements to footways and better facilities for cycle and bus users

Hayes brace helps St Joseph's U17s beat leaders Town

Youth football round-up also featuring Harrow St Mary's

Harrow's Mitchell Smith wins WBO European super-featherweight title

The Baby-Faced Assassin records 10th victory by beating Zoltan Kovacs

Middlesex U14s will learn from disappointment of cup exit

Coach Chris Ampofo insists his boys will take plenty away from their 4-1 loss


Harrow is the largest district in northwest London. It has a large town centre boasting two shopping centres and shops throughout Station Road and College Road. It is home to a University of Westminster campus and is widely known for Harrow School, and Harrow County School.

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