Muslims came together to celebrate the Prophet Muhammad’s birthday, taking part in a street procession to honour the occasion.

Harrow’s fifth annual Milad procession on January 14 was led by the Harrow Sunni Movement in collaboration with the borough’s central mosque.

The streets were awash with green as those taking part in the walk waved flags and carried banners.

They also provided flowers to mark the reverence of the day, which is considered an important date in the Islamic calendar.

Organiser Mushtaque Shaikh said the day was one of great celebration and thanked all those who had taken part.

He added that they wanted to “convey to the wider community of Harrow” the message of Muhammad and his place in society as a whole.