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Commuter credentials for family-orientated lifestyles

"The peace and quiet you experience in Pinner is a real retreat from busier parts of London...."

Thomas Carroll

"With its church and delightful mock-Tudor buildings, Pinner's High Street is a picturesque place for a stroll."

Sally Murdock

"There are some lovely places to eat along Pinner's High Street and some charming gift shops too."

Thomas Holmes

What is your favourite place?

Where do Pinner locals go?

FoodieWuwdies

Bev and Kev offer a fantastic personal service and a great selection of sandwiches, homemade cakes and the best salad boxes! It's a family-run business and definitely worth a trip.

Oddfellows Arms

This pub in the centre of Pinner has a beer garden with a covered patio and live music.

Shake Tastic

An award-winning milkshake bar in Pinner. Cherry bakewell is highly recommended, but the Ultimate Oreo is probably the most popular!

Sync

If you fancy a bit of karaoke and cocktails, this is the place to be! They also do great mini burgers and tasty halloumi bites.

Beer Asylum

Beer Asylum is a great shop on the high street selling craft beers and fine ales. A sanctuary for beer lovers!

Vintage Bar

An ideal drinking hole for a quick after work cocktail or for a livelier evening with the DJ on a Friday or Saturday night. The raspberry mojito is the best!

Friends

500 years old and still going strong, this restaurant has a mouthwatering menu and a fantastic wine list!

The Queens Head

A lovely pub for a drink in the beer garden or for a lovely Sunday roast on a cold winter's afternoon

Ideal Fish Bar

Ideal Fish bar is my favourite on a Friday lunchtime. Fish and chips served all afternoon for £3.75!

dri

A great place to get your hair done, as a wash and blow dry is only £20 and no appointment is needed - just walk in!

Mosfilo

A very nice Greek restaurant serving authentic meze dishes to share with family, friends or a date.

Arens Bar

Delicious cocktails in plush surroundings, Arens is the place to be seen in north west London!

CHUCK

Really nice burgers and the best cocktails in Pinner!

Sea Pebbles

The best fish and chips in Hatch End - it's won loads of awards to prove it!

Pinner Artisan Market

Every second Saturday of the month, there's lots of things for sale from local producers.

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Why not explore the nearby areas of Hatch End, North Harrow, Eastcote, Rayners Lane, Northwood, Harrow Weald, Ruislip, Harrow, Harrow on the Hill and Northolt

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"The daughter of Horatio Nelson and Lady Emma Hamiliton was called Horatia Nelson and lived in Pinner from 1860 until the end of her life in 1881. Her grave is in Paines Lane Cemetery."

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SING AND SIGN new venue: HARROW ARTS CENTRE HATCH END

Harrow Arts Centre
Developed with the help of Speech and Language experts and launched in January 2001, the "Sing and Sign" programme has since taught tens of thousands of parents across the UK how to sign with their babies and encourage amazing early communication. Website

Kung Fu Kids-YMAA

St. Andrwe’s United Reformed Church
Kung Fu Kids program builds mutual respect and self-confidence through teamwork, setting objectives, and achieving goals. Kids Shaolin Kung Fu also heavily emphasizes fundamentals, basics, and foundation, which are all essential skills to the development and furthering of a student's martial arts training. First session is FREE, when you like it the monthly payment is £27 (for once a week) or £8 per session. Annual membership: £50 Website

SING AND SIGN new venue: HARROW ARTS CENTRE HATCH END

Harrow Arts Centre
Angelina's Sing and Sign baby signing classes are ACTUALLY legendary and she has been teaching them in the Harrow, Bushey, Ricky areas in haphazardly fantastic style for an epic 11 YEARS so is a TOTAL EXPERT at baby signing and making it SUPER FUN to learn. Developed with the help of Speech and Language experts and launched in January 2001, the "Sing and Sign" programme has since taught tens of thousands of parents across the UK how to sign with their babies and encourage amazing early communication. Website

NCT Bumps & Babies

North Harrow Methodist Church Hall
Every Monday - including school holidays (Except Bank Holidays). Are you pregnant? Or do you have a baby aged from 0 - 12 months? If you would like to meet other new parents then come along to our friendly group. Tea Coffee provided as well as toys to keep the babies happy. £1.50 suggested donation per family. Come along - Everyone is welcome. Plenty of free car parking. Take a look at our Facebook page for lots of photos of the group. Website

Tinytalk

North Harrow Methodist Church
Help your baby to communicate before they can talk. It's more than just a toddler group! Each 1hr class incorporates singing, action songs & rhymes, instruments & stories with free play and refreshments. Website

Tinytalk

North Harrow Methodist Church
Help your baby to communicate before they can talk. It's more than just a toddler group! Each 1hr class incorporates singing, action songs & rhymes, instruments & stories with free play and refreshments. Website

Sing and Sign (Harrow)

St George's Church
Shell and I have been singing since I could talk and signing with children of all ages for the past 20 years. Sing and Sign classes are useful, fun, easy to learn and babies LOVE them too. It's a real winner! The moment when a child signs "milk" "more" or even "duck" for the first time and the delight when they realise they are understood is beyond comparison. Website
  1. About Pinner

    Pinner is a suburb in the London Borough of Harrow in Greater London, 12.5 miles (20.1 km) north west of Charing Cross. The area was in the county of Middlesex until 1965, when it was absorbed by the London Government Act 1963 into Greater London. The majority of the older houses in Pinner were built by the Ellement family who were the local company of builders and joiners, with a road in Pinner still named after that family. Pinner is served by London Underground's Metropolitan Line, and by five London Buses bus routes.

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