Each centre is close to a London underground station providing fast and easy access to the 'West End' and the sights, shops and monuments which have given London its worldwide reputation.

Harrow-on-the-Hill is probably best known for its famous public school which has educated kings and prime ministers alike but it is also remarkable for its magnificent architecture.

Pinner has developed from a sixteenth century village and many of the old world pubs and shops still thrive in a town centre surrounded by parks, woodlands and sports grounds.

Rickmansworth is equally picturesque and has the advantage of being close to a large and beautiful lake (site of many memorable barbecues) which is ideal for a number of watersports.

Northwood is an elegant residential area bordered on three sides by very attractive golf clubs, including the internationally famous Moor Park.