Local Events

Events for the next 30 days. If you want to see the full calendar of events, click here

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  • Bikespiration: A Community Cycling Event – Discover Hillingdon

    Thursday August 18, 10:00 am to 3:00 pm

    Kings College Playing Fields

    We’ll be providing a Dr Bike and Outspoken Training will be providing different bikes to try-out, a smoothie maker and Static Cycle Sprint racing.  Details are here.

  • Neighbourhood Watch: Engagement date

    Saturday August 27, 11:00 am to 12:30 pm

    Eastcote Library

    Crime prevention talk

  • Walk and Talk

    Saturday August 27, 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm

    Warrender Park

    Walk and Talk

    Met Police are heavily promoting the prevention of violence against women and girls (VAWG) and have introduce the “Walk and Talk” Initiative. This is where members of the public can email into the WA Walk and Talk Mailbox and arrange a walk and Talk with the Ward Officers. For those interested, click on the link below.

    This is mainly for females who feel unsafe in the area and would like to discuss their concerns.

    The walk and talk has been advertised for the Saturday 27th Aug 22 between 1400-1500 at Warrender Park, Myrtle Avenue, Eastcote

    https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/396982514387

  • Sing with Us

    Saturday September 3, 10:00 am to 3:00 pm

    st albans church

    Sing with Us

    There’s change in the air at Harrow Choral Society this Autumn as the 80-strong choir says farewell to Simon Williams, its Music Director of 30 years. Such long and distinguished service will be a hard act to follow but the choir looks forward to a new era as it announces the appointment of Sam Evans as its new MD. To launch the new season and introduce Sam to the wider community, HCS is holding an open choral workshop, ‘Sing With Us!’ on 3rd September when both members and new singers will have a chance to meet him.

    Sam Evans was a choral scholar of King’s College, Cambridge and then studied singing at the Royal Academy of Music and Royal College of Music. Sam arrives in Harrow with a wealth of experience as performer, conductor and singing teacher. He is Music Director of Battersea Choral Society, and founder Music Director of Battersea Power Station Community Choir. He has been guest chorus master for several leading choirs, including the Swedish Radio Choir, the BBC Singers, and the Vienna Singakademie. In addition to his wealth of conducting experience, Sam has enjoyed a 20-year career as a professional choral singer, most notably as a regular member of the bass section of Sir John Eliot Gardiner’s renewed Monteverdi Choir.

    ‘Sing With Us’ will focus on music by Elgar, Finzi, Brahms, Haydn and Charles Wood and new singers can be sure of a warm welcome. Tickets may be obtained by visiting the choir’s website at www.harrowchoral.org.ukwww.harrowchoral.org.uk which has more information about the choir, forthcoming concerts and other events.