- St Annes & St Georges Shopping Centres
- A nine-screen cinema complex
- Parades of shops throughout Station Road and the ascending, traditional College Road
- Over 300m of a fully pedestrianized shopping/cafe streets roads (north of St Ann’s)
- Harrow on the Hill train station served by National Rail and London Underground trains, it is located between College Road and Lowlands Road in the Greenhill area of Harrow, about half a mile north of the locality from which it takes its name.
Harrow on the Hill
Home of the world famous Harrow boys public school which has produced seven prime ministers including Sir Winston Churchill and Jawaharlal Nehru, dominates surroundings.The school has influenced the development and growth of the town since the early 17th century when the beautiful Old Schools building became the first all-brick structure to be built in Middlesex, going on to provide a free education for local boys. Today, Harrow-on-the-Hill is an urban village caught in a time warp. It has the atmosphere of a university campus, with school buildings scattered around the roads running over the hilltop. The dark blue-and-white Harrow School signage can be seen on most of the buildings, while boys’ straw boaters in summer and muddy sports gear in winter are a common sight.
South Harrow has two recreational grounds, Alexandra Park was named after Queen Alexandra, who frequently visited the area. There is a children’s play area, natural rough area, and fitness zone. Nearby is Northolt Park train station,(Chiltern Main Line). Roxeth Recreation Ground is a large recreational ground containing Cricket and Football pitches, Ball courts, natural roughland and a children’s play area. South Harrow high street has a selection of shops, bars, restaurants as well as a Piccadilly line station. of Various Religious denominations have places of worship in South Harrow, including: Anglican, Catholic, Free Church, Methodist, Salvation Army and Welsh Congregational. Tamils and Koreans meet in churches on Sunday afternoons.