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Harwell today (~since 2000)
The aim of the Keep Harwell Rural (KHR) Campaign was to give residents of Harwell the opportunity to have a voice in matters that affect the future of the village. The campaign no longer operates and was wound up in 2017. Follow this link to find an archive of the Keep Harwell Rural website and […]
This article appeared in the Mail On-line on 28 April 2016 just after planning permission was granted for the Valley Park development. A village which dates back to the Domesday Book is set to be ‘engulfed’ by a new estate consisting of 4,000 houses – after the council created a green ‘buffer zone’ just 115ft […]
Instead of a seasonal photo quiz, why not have a go at the Harwell History Trail over the Christmas holidays. This short walk round the village was devised for the special exhibition of Harwell in the Wars organised by the Harwell History Group. The walk starts and ends at the Village Hall and passes many […]
Photos of the construction of the new playground, and of its opening on 27th October 2012
Now I come’s up from Harwell I’ve been here since I was a lad but I remember how things were and the fun that we all had Just boys and girls enjoying in those summers so full of sun No need for mobile phones or I pods just days of endless fun Kicking a football […]
This article was first published in May 2003 as part of the Harwell Parish Plan. In 1985 Harwell celebrated one thousand years as a village. Over that period there have been many changes, but perhaps none so significant as those in the modern era. From its roots as a small village steeped in a rural […]