Remembering Her Late Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II

This special digital exhibition has been created in response to the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. This is a space to reflect, remember and celebrate the legacy of our longest serving monarch. Headstone Manor & Museum and the wider Harrow Council would like to send our deepest sympathies and sincerest condolences to the Royal family at this difficult time.

Together as a nation we mourn Her Late Majesty. We treasure the time she served as our Queen and close a chapter on the Elizabethan Era. Harrow and the nation has proclaimed King Charles III as our new monarch: Long Live the King

In this exhibition we look back at the memories of Queen Elizabeth II in Harrow and share memories of Her Late Majesty through Harrow resident’s eyes and items within the collections at Headstone Manor & Museum.

Harrow Goes Platinum: Celebrating 70 Years of Her Majesty the Queen - The Book

This book was created to commemorate Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee. The book contains many memories from local residents and a number of pieces currently held in the museum and archive collections at Headstone Manor & Museum. You can view it here for free but if you wish to have a free copy sent to you please email collections@headstonemanor.org.

A selection of images...

…from the collections at Headstone Manor & Museum and from residents in the borough.

Featured in the Silver Jubilee Programme for Harrow Council. In the collection of Harrow Local History Collection and Archive.
Featured in the Silver Jubilee Programme for Harrow Council. In the collection of Harrow Local History Collection and Archive.
Coronation Issue with text God Save The Queen. In the collection of Harrow Local History Collection and Archive.
Coronation Issue with text God Save The Queen. In the collection of Harrow Local History Collection and Archive.
With thanks to the Harrow School Archive
With thanks to the Harrow School Archive
In the collection of Harrow Local History Collection and Archive.
In the collection of Harrow Local History Collection and Archive.
With thanks to resident Robin Sparkes.
With thanks to resident Robin Sparkes.
In the collection of Harrow Local History Collection and Archive.
In the collection of Harrow Local History Collection and Archive.
Programme of Old People's Tea in the Stanmore Coronation Celebration Programme. In the collection of Harrow Local History Collection and Archive.
Programme of Old People's Tea in the Stanmore Coronation Celebration Programme. In the collection of Harrow Local History Collection and Archive.
Featured in the Silver Jubilee Programme for Harrow Council. In the collection of Harrow Local History Collection and Archive.
Featured in the Silver Jubilee Programme for Harrow Council. In the collection of Harrow Local History Collection and Archive.
With thanks to the Harrow School Archive
With thanks to the Harrow School Archive
With thanks to the Harrow School Archive
With thanks to the Harrow School Archive
Programme of Old People's Tea in the Stanmore Coronation Celebration Programme. In the collection of Harrow Local History Collection and Archive.
Programme of Old People's Tea in the Stanmore Coronation Celebration Programme. In the collection of Harrow Local History Collection and Archive.
With thanks to the Harrow School Archive
With thanks to the Harrow School Archive
Issue to mark the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II. In the collection of Harrow Local History Collection and Archive.
Issue to mark the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II. In the collection of Harrow Local History Collection and Archive.
Queen's Platinum Jubliee Tree Planting in Harrow Tree planting_3
Tree planting event in Harrow to mark the Queen Elizabeth II's Platinum Jubilee. With thanks to Harrow Council
Queen Elizabeth II visiting Harrow in 2004 to mark 50 years of the Borough. With thanks to Harrow Council.
Queen Elizabeth II visiting Harrow in 2004 to mark 50 years of the Borough. With thanks to Harrow Council.
With thanks to the Harrow School Archive
With thanks to the Harrow School Archive
Issue to mark the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II. In the collection of Harrow Local History Collection and Archive.
Issue to mark the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II. In the collection of Harrow Local History Collection and Archive.
Queen Elizabeth II visiting Harrow in 2004 to mark 50 years of the Borough. With thanks to Harrow Council.
Queen Elizabeth II visiting Harrow in 2004 to mark 50 years of the Borough. With thanks to Harrow Council.
With thanks to resident Punitha.
With thanks to resident Punitha.
Celebrating the Silver Jubilee in Harrow. With thanks to Matt Gagliardi.
Celebrating the Silver Jubilee in Harrow. With thanks to Matt Gagliardi.
Queen Elizabeth II visiting Harrow in 2004 to mark 50 years of the Borough. With thanks to Harrow Council.
Queen Elizabeth II visiting Harrow in 2004 to mark 50 years of the Borough. With thanks to Harrow Council.
In the collection of Harrow Museum Collection.
In the collection of Harrow Museum Collection.
In the collection of Harrow Local History Collection and Archive.
In the collection of Harrow Local History Collection and Archive.
Souvenir Programme Issue to mark the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II. In the collection of Harrow Local History Collection and Archive.
Souvenir Programme Issue to mark the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II. In the collection of Harrow Local History Collection and Archive.
In the collection of Harrow Local History Collection and Archive.
In the collection of Harrow Local History Collection and Archive.
In the Harrow Museum Collection.
In the Harrow Museum Collection.
In the collection of Harrow Local History Collection and Archive.
In the collection of Harrow Local History Collection and Archive.

Harrow Goes Platinum: Celebrating 70 Years of Her Majesty the Queen - The Film

This film was created to commemorate Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee. The film contains many memories from local residents who once engaged with Her Late Majesty in the London Borough of Harrow. It also features a number of pieces currently held in the museum and archive collections at Headstone Manor & Museum.

Thank you for visiting this page.

Thank you for visiting this page.

Books of condolence are now open (until the day following the state funeral) in the Civic Centre foyer, Harrow Arts Centre, Headstone Manor and Museum and Harrow libraries including North Harrow Community library. A space for floral tributes has also been created to the right of the Civic Centre and the Union flag at Harrow Civic Centre has been lowered to half-mast as a sign of respect.

If you have any questions relating to this digital exhibition please email collections@headstonemanor.org. We welcome tributes which may be added to this page.

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