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Harrow School
Conscious of its history, culture and the charitable intentions of its Founder, Harrow responds to the demands of change by preparing boys for a life of leadership, service and personal fulfilment. Academic achievement is foremost amongst Harrow's goals which also promote independence of thought, respect for others, creativity and responsibility within a broad range of activities. Above all, Harrow inspires boys to develop their talents and reach for excellence in everything they do. We also aim to develop in our pupils an appreciation of the interdependence of different parts of the world.

Harrow Museum & Heritage Centre
Harrow Museum is the local authority museum for the London Borough of Harrow. It is located in the grounds of Headstone Manor, and hosts a number of temporary exhibitions and permanent displays about .

Wembley Stadium
Wembley Stadium, often referred to simply as Wembley or sometimes as the New Wembley, is a football stadium located in Wembley Park, in the Borough of Brent, London, England. It opened in 2007 and was built on the site of the previous 1923 Wembley Stadium. The earlier Wembley stadium, originally called the Empire Stadium, was often referred to as "The Twin Towers" and was one of the world's most famous football stadiums until its demolition in 2003.

Ealing Golf Club - Greenford - 3.97 miles
Originally designed by Harry Varden and later by Harry Colt, one of the greatest of all Architects, Ealing is a challenging Par 70, 6144 yards Course and has produced Players to the highest standard in Amateur Golf. Nevertheless, it is not physically demanding and competitors of all levels and age can enjoy a comfortable round of Golf. During 2005, major improvements to Tees and Bunkers will be completed. Ealing has been English Champion Club four times and European Champions twice since 1984.

Moor Park Golf Course - Rickmansworth - 4.82 miles
Playing golf at Moor Park will be both a memorable and an enjoyable experience. We have two fantastic courses on offer and you will find they are kept in magnificent condition by our dedicated grounds staff. The High course has hosted both professional tournaments and EGU national events and every four years we host the Carris Trophy. Both courses offer spectacular views of the mansion and the estate. Moor Park Golf Club has excellent facilities; Premier golf course within the M25, Less than 10 minutes from both Junctions 17 & 18 and Host to the Carris Trophy in 2001.

Watford Football Club - 4.87 miles
The ground has had both ends re-developed during the 1990's along with the front of the Rous stand. Both ends are large single tiered stands, with some strange looking floodlights perched on the roof. There is just one side that lets the ground down. The East Stand is a mish mash of a couple of old stands and an open seated area in one corner. Otherwise there is a vast improvement from the Vicarage Road of old. Away supporters used to have a long walk to the away end as you had to walk around some allotments. However this is no longer the case, as away fans are now housed in the Vicarage Road Stand, at the opposite end of the ground.