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16:46, 1 OCT 2013
Turning annual event into a great day out
HUNDREDS of people braved the chilly weather to attend one of the main events in Pinner’s calendar.
Your letters this week (August 8)
1,000 children robbed of a pool
More lights to make streets safer
MORE than 15,000 new street lights will be installed around the borough to cut costs and protect motorists and pedestrians.
Heath Robinson works on display
A NEW exhibition will be on display showcasing some of the original works by Pinner legend, William Heath Robinson.
Neighbours win three-year battle against block of flats
PERSISTENT neighbours are celebrating after an appeal to build a three-storey block of flats on a former nursery was dismissed.
Outrage at police refusal to assist in controlling traffic
ORGANISERS of the village’s annual Remembrance Sunday service claim visitors could be put in danger because the police refuse to control traffic.
Schools celebrate achievements in architectural and environmental awards
CHILDREN and teachers from local schools, architects, designers and trustees of community projects were all celebrated for their achievements at the Architectural and Environmental Awards 2012.
Elderly fear for their safety on Pinner roads
PENSIONERS are calling for a reduced speed limit in a busy Pinner road.
Submission of 'identical' proposals for rejected flats
A SECOND bid to build flats on the site of a former nursery in Pinner has met with angry objections.
WHSmith reveals plans for a store in Pinner
WHSmith is to open a store in Pinner's Bridge Street in mid-April, replacing Poundstar which closed at the start of the year.
Markets say advertising rules make them unviable
ANOTHER market has announced it will stop coming to the borough, with the finger of blame again pointed at Harrow Council.
Pinner residents 'can afford to pay more' for parking
PINNER has been singled out for higher parking charges because 'residents can afford to pay more', according to a local councillor.
Pride is on display as West House reopened
FOLLOWING last month's grand opening of West House, in Pinner, the trust which runs the new museum and art gallery is preparing to launch yet another major fundraising campaign.
Pinner pub to reopen as Italian restaurant
THE Victory Pub is set to reopen its doors in Pinner High Street for the first time in over a year after its lease to a popular Italian restaurant chain.
Save panto from crunch - again
FOLLOWING last year's most successful Pinner Panto Evening ever, the Observer is calling on the support of residents and businesses again to ensure the popular event has the funding to go ahead in November.
Pinner Fair policing increased
THE borough's largest policing operation will kick into gear to control more than 70,000 revellers during the Pinner Fair next week.
Pinner's panto is saved
This year's Pantomime Evening has been saved thanks to the Observer's campaign and your generous donations.
The villager's more than 2d, but it's still tackling similar issues
This month Pinner Association's The Villager celebrates its 70th anniversary with issue number 211.
West House draws crowds
Hundreds of people flocked to Pinner on Saturday to get a taster of works being done on one of the village's biggest projects.
May time revels draw crowds
Community spirit was at a high on Saturday when villagers packed out Pinner Memorial Park in aid of West House.