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The town in London’s north-west includes Harrow-on-the-Hill, which features a conservation area with some outstanding Georgian architecture and listed buildings. The name Harrow derives from the Old English “hearg” (heathen temple), which most likely refers to the site on Harrow hill where St Mary’s Church is now located.

The area is probably best known for being the home of Harrow School, a boys’ boarding school founded in 1572 under a Royal Charter granted by Elizabeth I. The school and its pupils dominate the town during term time when the boys wander around the village on their way to classes.

A number for traditional pubs offering good food and drink and a pleasant atmosphere include eighteenth century pub The Castle, The White Horse and The Duck in the Pond. Also on offer are restaurants and cafés catering for a quick lunch or a more relaxed dinner including B&K Salt Beef Bar, Hombres Mexican Kitchen, The Fat Crab and Shree Sai Vada Pav.