87 Victoria Road, Ruislip Manor
Greater London, HA49BH
Click on the map to get directions
May 12, 2016
The Manor House, which is located on the site of Headstone Manor Museum (HMM), is going to be restored in the year ahead.
The restoration of the Manor House will be funded by resources from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) and the project will be overseen by Cultura London – a charitable trust that may use newsletter printing from stationery printers in Ruislip Manor to celebrate its achievements.
The organisation is about to take on cultural services from the local authority for Harrow. Sandra Bruce-Gordon, the chief executive for Cultura London, has consulted with local people at a May Day event. Bruce-Gordon told the Harrow Times:
“Everyone we spoke to were really supportive and it was such a great affirmation for what we’re trying to achieve.”
HMM has now been open for 30 years, and the Manor House was built in the 14th Century. A listed building, it is not currently accessible to the public on a regular basis due to its fragile condition. However, regeneration should allow the Manor House to accommodate visitors throughout the bulk of the year.
The site of the Harrow Arts Centre (HAC) is likely to benefit from considerable investment. A sum of £17m is due to be spent on the site going forward. The Harrow Music Service (HMS) uses HAC to assist the Harrow Youth Brass Band (HYBB) with its rehearsals.