DIRECTIONS & PUBLIC TRANSPORT: Please note that Google Maps does NOT always accurately point to the Harrow Civic Centre (Station Rd, Harrow HA1 2XY) post codes! The Centre is opposite Rosslyn Crescent and by the side of Milton Road which are both off Station Road, near Harrow & Wealdstone station – see map on this page.
From Harrow & Wealdstone station (Overground or Bakerloo), you can either walk through the station car park (a couple of minutes), or cross the road and take any bus (see below*) for a 1 stop journey; or from Harrow On The Hill station (Metropolitan or Chiltern Railways) take the following buses from the Harrow On The Hill bus station*: 140, 182, 186, 258, 340 (5-8 minutes).
There is free parking at the Centre for first hour and from 6.30pm – please check with reception.
This is an extra edu-tainment programme: Beyond Enslavement To Marcus Garvey & UNIA Click here to book: www.HarrowBHM.eventbrite.com A US/UK dramatisation combining American slavery narratives with speeches of Marcus Garvey, and rap/poetry inspired by Marcus Garvey & The UNIA. Devised by Gil Faison to mark Harrow African History Season 2014 and Marcus Garvey/UNIA @ 100. Read More
Dec. 19, 6.30-8.30pm: ‘Moving Forward: Taking From The Garvey/UNIA Legacy’ (Brother Andrew Muhammad), including Youth Opportunity Community historian Brother Andrew Muhammad reiterates key points of the UNIA legacy to empower us going forward. Musician/composer Keith Waithe facilitates workshop for creative interpretations by young people Followed by fortnightly Xtra History Sessions from February to April 2015. Read More
Harrow African History Season 2017/18 Launch (Phillip) The Philip siblings (Antonio, Marcel & Destiny) will lead the Harrow African History Season 2017/18 launch with a presentation speaking to “Young People’s Perspective: What We’ve Learnt From The Xtra History African History Sessions’. Pencil in the date and do support. This event is at Harrow Civic Centre. Book Read More