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On the 20th June 2019 the Friends group formally adopted the Constitution and elected a Committee to look after and improve this wonderful wildife-rich corridor for you to enjoy.  The Committee work closely with Harrow Council, Harrow Parks Forum, Harrow Nature Conservation Forum and other interested parties to improve, maintain and address issues along the Trail.  Robert Stonehouse - Chair ( Patricia McDaid - Secretary ( Manji Kara - Treasurer ( Mark Brooker - Warden ( Gillian Pitter - Committee Member Simon Braidman - Committee Member

Aims and Objectives

- Protect and enhance the wildlife value along the Trail. - Ensure the site is well managed -keeping it green and clean. - Safe access to the site for all - walkers and cyclists. - Educate and expound on the history and natural features of the Trail. - Engage and raise awareness with the communities who live beside the site. - Give a sense of ownership and pride to the community. - Keep the Council to its commitment to invest in green infrastructure. - Make grant applications to secure funding and improve the site by voluntary action. - Encourage people to use the Trail, generally and for nature walks, cycling, and as a throughfare to Harrow Leisure Centre, Byron Park, Belmont Circle shopping parade and Belmont Synagogue. - Discourage misuse and abuse of the site.

Family Tree Seed Planting Day

Proposed Actions

- Improve the footpath/cycle path and underpass area. - Litter picking and reporting fly-tipping. - Tree Planting, perhaps a mini orchard of fruit trees. - Gardening at entrance point(s). - Wildlife, flora and fauna surveys. - Habitat creation. - Sowing wildflowers and herbs. - Organising community and corporate events, like clean-up days. - Organising guided walks and talks. - Applying for grants. - Fund-raising. SHARE YOUR IDEAS! EMAIL: or come along to the next Public Meeting - TBA


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Belmont Trail Indicative Map

The current Belmont Trail is split into four distinct areas.
1. Belmont Trail North, from Vernon Drive to the Belmont Circle car park.
2. From Belmont Circle car park to Dobbin Close.
3. From Dobbin Close to Christchurch Avenue, Kenton.
4. The untouched wildlife preserve opposite the Wealdstone Cemetery.

Getting Here:

By Bus:  The H18/H19 and the 186 all stop at Belmont Circle.

By Car: There is a Car Park at Belmont Circle (HA3 8RE).  Payment is by the “PayByPhone” app – 1 hour is 30p, for example.