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The New Moon

Do you recognise any of the old business adverts on display in this pub?

25–26 Kenton Park Parade, Kenton Road, Harrow, London, HA3 8DN
This is one of several Wetherspoon pubs with ‘moon’ in their name, linking them with the ideal pub described by George Orwell. The famous writer called his fictional pub ‘Moon Under Water’. The New Moon is part of a parade built by TF Nash in the 1920s. He was one of the creators of modern Kenton. It was originally two shops (25–26 Kenton Parade), with 25 having been a grocer’s for many years.

A collection of old adverts from businesses in the local area.



Prints of Kenton.

Top: Lord Northwick, 1811-88, Lord of the Manor of Harrow Centre: Kenton Lane Farm, 1811
Above: London-Birmingham train approaching Kenton, 1837.

A photograph of The ‘Rest’ Hotel, Harrow.



A photograph of St Leonards Church, Kenton.



External photograph of the building – main entrance.

If you have information on the history of this pub, then we’d like you to share it with us. Please e-mail all information to: pubhistories@jdwetherspoon.co.uk