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  • 90 Uxbridge Road, Harrow Weald, Middlesex HA3 6DQ
    The Blackwell Hall is a purpose built, modern building designed to serve the needs of our local community. It is used for both church, community and private events. Blackwell Hall is the perfect venue for a social gathering, or venue for regular hire for
    classes. From wedding reception to fundraising events, we have hosted many memorable occasions, experiences and events for people within our community. The main hall measures 7.6m (25ft) x 13.4m (44ft). Approx 14ft in height and has a maximum capacity of 150 people. If you require seating at tables, the hall can accommodate 104 people. We have 16 gopak, rectangular folding tables and 150 plastic stacking chairs (each table can accommodate up to 8 people). We also have children’s tables and chairs, which can accommodate around 30 children. The hall has a Proscenium arch stage measuring 29ft (8.8m) x 15ft (4.5m) with curtains and power points. Ideal location for a DJ. For functions with over 80 guests, we have a large committee room which is adjacent to the kitchen, and is ideal for serving a buffet.  The small committee room is a great meeting room for small groups for up to 15 people. The kitchen is fully fitted with a self ignite, double oven with 6 gas ring hob. An electric double warming cabinet, microwave, fridge/freezer, and a plumbed in urn. We have a cloakroom, ladies and gents and fully disabled WCs. Baby changing facilities can be found in both the ladies and the gents WCs. Please contact Sally to arrange a viewing 07702 288026 or email
  • Please make sure you have a nice cup of tea. If you need zoom details please call Lorna
  • Kenton Ln, Harrow HA3 8RQ
  • 25 The Broadway, Stanmore, Middlesex HA7 4DA
    The Bernays Memorial Institute has been a familiar and well-loved landmark and focal point in Stanmore Village for over 140 years. It was built as a memorial to Ernest Bernays, an undergraduate at New College, Oxford, who met a sudden and untimely death
    by drowning on 31st August 1870 whilst on holiday in Ireland. Ernest, the eldest son of Rev. Leopold Bernays (rector of Stanmore 1860-1883), was buried in the churchyard of St. John's the Evangelist, Great Stanmore on 6th September 1870. He was 22 years old. An indenture dated 8th April 1871 records that part of the glebe land was sold by Leopold Bernays on behalf of the church commissioners for "the erection of any messuage or buildings to be used as a library or reading or lecture rooms" for the education and recreation of the inhabitants of the parish of Great Stanmore. The Institute built on that land was designed and erected under the superintendence of architect J.T. Barker at a cost of £1,470. The contractors for the building were H. Lawford (brickwork), G. Kirby (carpentry) and J. Dorricot (plumbing). It was opened on 8th December 1871 by Lord George Hamilton of Bentley Priory. The Institute is a fine example of a purpose-built parish hall: an ornate church-like building of red brick with Bath stone dressings, and with a clerestory inserted into a steeply sloping Welsh slate roof with ornamental hip and ridge tiles. Faience tiles built into the front elevation record, "ERNEST BERNAYS MEMORIAL INSTITUTE, AUG 31 1870".   Buses:142: Watford Junction to Brent Cross340: Edgware Station to Harrow Bus StationH12: Stanmore Station to South Harrow Bus Station615: Hatfield Business Park to Rayners Lane Station (Monday to Friday) Parking: Hirers may bring two vehicles onto the righthand forecourt to park and offload supplies, etc. There is parking for guests vehicles in the slip roads opposite, whereby a charge of 50p per hour is payable Monday-Saturdays from 8am-6.30pm. After 6.30pm and all day Sundays it is free to park in the slip roads as well as the Council car park at the back of the North side of The Broadway. The Sainsburys car park next door is free for 1.5 hours. (Top end of Glebe Road next to the hall has 24 hour parking restrictions, apart from disabled parking outside.
  • 90 Uxbridge Rd, Stanmore, Harrow HA3 6DQ, UK
    Blackwell Hall
  • 10 Maricas Ave, Harrow HA3 6JA, UK
  • 171 Uxbridge Road, Hatch End, HA5 4EA
  • Harrow Recreation Ground, Roxborough Rd, Harrow HA1 1PB, UK
  • Harrow Weald Bowling Club, Harrow HA3 6HW, UK
    Come and learn how to play, watch matches and find out about this 100 year club.
  • Harrow Weald Recreation Ground
  • 376 High Rd, Harrow HA3 6HE, UK
  • 467 High Rd, Harrow HA3 6EJ, UK
  • Unnamed Road, Harrow, Pinner HA5 1JN, UK
  • Brookshill, Old Redding, Harrow, Harrow Weald HA3 6SD
    Although we are still in London, you’ll feel as if you’re a million miles away from the urban bustle as you take a stroll around historic Harrow on the Hill, famous around the world for its school or venture into Harrow Weald Common where you can spot a w
    ealth of wildlife in the woodlands.
  • 467 High Rd, Harrow Weald, Harrow HA3 6EJ, UK
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