Harrow was founded in 1572 under a royal charter granted by Elizabeth I. It is one of the most famous schools in the world. Distinguished Old Harrovians include seven British Prime Ministers and the first Prime Minister of India, Pandit Nehru, as well as poets and writers as diverse as Byron, Sheridan and Richard Curtis.
Harrow School has venues spanning over 400 years of history, with a space suitable for most events. Why not host your award ceremony in our Speech Room where Winston Churchill made his Latin speech as a new boy, or hold your wedding in a room adorned with portraits of the great Head Masters of Harrow? Set in over 260 acres of North West London, with some of the best views on offer in the capital, Harrow is a remarkable institution now open for events. The School is very well connected to Central London, being only 20 minutes from Baker Street by tube.
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