Business partners Angus Stevenson and Ross Grady, who run The Colonel Fawcett in Camden, north London, with friend Crusoe Millar, won the 'best Sunday roast' title in The Observer's Food Monthly Awards 2014
Concrete Disco - brothers and former Pinner residents Dom and Joe Berditch, and their friend Jonny Wharton, whose stage name is Jonny Falls Over - released their double LP Work For Your Living, Play For Your Life at the end of September
Pinner hair salon owner and British Hairdresser of the Year nominee Darren Ambrose has been backstage for Wella System Professional Luxe Styling, heading up the hair team for Gyunel’s London Fashion Week show.
Youngsters from the Cheeky Chums Nursery in Eastcote Road, Pinner
enjoyed the Toddle for Water- a sponsored walk to raise money to provide clean water and sanitation to some of the world’s poorest children.
Pinner expanded rapidly between 1923 and 1939 when a series of garden estates grew around its historic core, giving the area (including Hatch End) much of its suburban character. The area is now continuous with neighbouring suburban districts including Rayners Lane and Eastcote.
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