The latest news on Her Majesty The Queen's visit to Harrow and Barnet
12:30pm Thursday 29th March 2012 in London News
3.35pm Camrose Avenue begins to clear as the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh make their way out of Harrow.
3.03 Harrow Diamond Jubilee Chorale perform a song they composed for The Queen
2.50 The Queen has just met the "60 faces of Harrow" put together by Harrow Council photographer Dermot Carlin
2.47 Harrow Community Radio have just presented a hip hop dance show by dance group "Elevate"
2.39 Grinsdyke Brass Band just performed a song, followed by a performance from a local dance group 2.39 The children have just performed a Hindu song for Her Majesty, they are now leading her through the school
2.28 The Queen is watching to an Indian dance performance by the school children
2.24 The Queen has arrived at Krishna Avanti, crowds of kids can barley contain their excitement
2.20 The Queen is passing through Deansbrook Road
2.18 Kids are practicing their flag waving skills at Krishna Avanti in Harrow, everyone can't wait to catch a glimpse of The Queen
1.47pm Uniao da Mocidade London Samba are parading along Camrose Avenue entertaining the crowds with their drums, tambourines and whistles.
1.35pm Beavers, cubs and scouts groups are getting ready to catch a glimpse of the Queen. Seven-year-old Dylan Swift from 6th Harrow Beavers said: "I'm really excited to see the Queen. I'm going to wave to her." Elana Soloman, 12, from Harrow 6th Scouts Group said: "I'm really excited because it's a once in a lifetime opportunity."
1.10pm People are lining the barriers outside Krishna Avanti with Jubilee flags and banners.
83-year-old Joan Hicklin from Camrose Avenue said: "I'm ever so excited - This is the best day of my life."
12.53 Crowds are beginning to line up Camrose Avenue hoping to catch a glimpse of The Queen
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