Headstone Manor Museum has been awarded £3.6million by the Heritage Lottery Fund to restore this 14th Century moated, manor house as a permanent museum of Harrow’s history. The manor sits in a quadrangle of two barns and a granary, which was moved from Pinner Park Farm in the 1980s. Currently the barns are being restored and the greater barn will be available for events when work is completed in late autumn this year. While this work is going on activities take place in The Granary. These include Tuesday Talks, which take place every other Tuesday throughout the rest of the year. The Talks begin at 2pm until 3.30pm, followed by a Q&A session and cost £3.50 each. Doors open at 2pm. For more information, visit www.harrowmuseum.org.uk.