A Society for Investigating, Recording and Discussing
the Wildlife of Harrow and Surrounding Districts
Nature in Harrow from Elizabeth Brightwen to the present.
The plan is for the Exhibition at the Headstone Manor Museum to run from
21st July to 26th September 2021.
(Note the Museum is not open every day of the week.)
We are still looking for Nature memories: stories and photographs relating to Harrow, and these should be sent to
Collections@headstonemanor.org or to the Harrow Natural History Society.
PLEASE READ THIS IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT.
ENTHUSIASTIC NATURE LOVERS NEEDED TO RECREATE THE HARROW NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY.
Harrow Natural History Society has been running for fifty years and has helped
to build up an impressive database of records and local knowledge as well as running
a full programme of talks and guided walks. However the core of volunteers running
the society has slowly reduced and the society as currently constituted will cease
operation at the end of 2020.
We are looking for energetic new people to form a new Society. You do not need to
be an expert in any aspect of natural history - just someone who loves nature. How the
new society is organized, and what events it runs, will be entirely up to you. Some of
the existing funds of the Society may be available to help you set up (eg to help
develop a Website, training etc) and you will have links with other nature-oriented
groups including the Harrow Nature Conservation Forum. The remaining members
will be there to give advice and expertise but we emphasize that the form of the new
Society is entirely up to the new volunteers!
Contact Margaret email email@example.com or phone 07762 310509 to discuss
A History of Bentley Priory Open Space
Indoor meetings are held in the Blackwell Hall, Uxbridge Road HA3 6DQ, which is next to All Saints Church, at 8.00p.m. unless otherwise stated.
Buses 340, H12, H18and H19 stop nearby. Entrance fee for visitors £2.00