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May 11 2017

Pinner Wood School – Progress Report, May 10, 2017

Dear resident, This is the third of our regular updates on the work that our project team are undertaking at the site of Pinner Wood School. The site is currently closed after the discovery of previously unmapped chalk mine tunnels under the school building, some of which had collapsed roofs. We are currently drilling boreholes …

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Apr 28 2017

Pinner Wood School – Progress Report, April 26, 2017

Dear resident, This is the second of our regular updates on the work that our project team are undertaking at the site of Pinner Wood School. The site is currently closed after the discovery of previously unmapped chalk mine tunnels under the school building, some of which had collapsed roofs. We are currently drilling boreholes …

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Apr 13 2017

Pinner Wood School – Progress Report, April 12, 2017

Update on works at the site of Pinner Wood School Dear resident, This is the first of our regular updates on the work that our project team are undertaking at the site of Pinner Wood School. The site is currently closed after the discovery of previously unmapped chalk mine tunnels under the school building, some …

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Mar 25 2017

Pinner Wood Chalk Mines – Turmoil for residents

A week ago, the residents of Pinner Wood may have been enjoying life: an oustanding and excellent local school, and house prices steadily rising (or, as the Independant puts it, “Harrow, home to Stanmore (the end of the Jubliee Line), is the gateway to the desirable commuter belt of Hertfordshire.”). Life in indeed good. Or …

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Feb 11 2017

Pinner’s Grand Houses and People who Lived in Them – March 2, 2017

The Pinner Local History Society’s Research Group presentation, on the subject of “Pinner’s Grand Houses and People who Lived in Them”, features original research by Society members will be on Thursday 2 March, at 8 pm, at Pinner Village Hall, in the Chapel Lane car park, HA5 5AA. Visitors are welcome: £3. Graham Elcombe will …

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Oct 29 2016

All about… The Heath Robinson Museum

This first purpose-built museum in Greater London for over 40 years, dedicated to showcasing the work of the world-renowned artist, illustrator, humorist and social commentator William Heath Robinson (1872-1944), was declared officially open on 15 October at a ceremony attended by hundreds of people in Pinner Memorial Park, north-west London. Leading the Opening Ceremony, Cynthia …

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Jan 09 2016

Waxwell Lane Car Park: “Houses, not cars” say the Council

Guest post from JW: Harrow Council have issued a tender to build 34 abodes on Waxwell Lane Car Park. More information can be found on the website below. https://www.facebook.com/StopWaxwellLaneDevelopment The Pinner Association has been informed that a tender document has been issued by Harrow Council relating to a proposed housing development on the Waxwell Lane …

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May 20 2015

Pinner Park School Summer Fair – June 13, 2015

Pinner Park Schools PTA Summer Fair Saturday 13th June, 11-3pm Melbourne Avenue, Pinner HA5 5TL Small entry charge, BBQ & other food available.  

Feb 07 2014

Cllr Kam Chana Shortlisted for Grassroot Diplomat Initiative Award

Councillor Kamaljit Singh Chana (Conservative, Pinner South) has been shortlisted out of 70 candidates this year for the 2nd Grassroot Diplomat Initiative Award. The award recognises UK-based politicians and diplomats who are representing civilian interests at the highest level in areas of policy, social and business overall. The Councillor is nominated for the launch of his detailed survey for …

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Oct 12 2013

All About Harrow Cine and Video Society

Harrow Cine & Video Society is one of the premier cinevideo clubs in the northwest London area, having started its life in 1951 as the Pinner Cine Society. This is our diamond anniversary year, celebrating a passion for movie making in all its aspects! These days, of course, digital video rules supreme, and we have …

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