Relocation of Zebra crossing on Bridge Street – Feedback wanted!

It has now been a few months since the relocation of the zebra crossing has been completed.  We are seeking your feed back regarding its new location.

Have you as a pedestrian or driver experienced any issues?

  • This could be not seeing pedestrians waiting to cross from the Chapel Lane side to the High Street.
  • As a pedestrian, cars not seeing you and stopping.

Please can you provide us with your feedback to posters@pinnerassociation.co.uk We will use the information provided to produce a report for TfL.

 

Thanks for your help

Spring is on it’s way!

The winter has been long, cold and wet but perhaps Spring is not too far away.  In Pinner Memorial Park there is once again a beautiful display of snowdrops by the entrance in West End Lane.

In 2015 some 2,000 snowdrops, funded by the Pinner Association, were planted by a team of volunteers under the supervision of Jackie Lindop, one of our members.  More were added in 2016.

This now means that every year these harbingers of Spring will be in full bloom under the chilly February skies, giving pleasure to all those who pass by.

Do stop and have a look.

 

Keith Schofield – President of The Pinner Association

Keith Schofield, who sadly died last week, was a pillar of the Pinner community.  Whether it be his membership of the Pinner Association Committee for what must be a record number of years, serving as our Chairman and latterly as our President, his Chairmanship of our High Street Committee which has done much to preserve our treasured “village”, or his hands on and active Chairmanship of “PADCA” for well over twenty years, Keith undertook every task with an enviable enthusiasm and competence.  His depth of knowledge of all Pinner matters will be sorely missed, as will his cheerful encouragement and support for his colleagues.  Keith’s invariable good humour and kindness will remain as a happy memory for all who had the privilege to know him.

Our thoughts are with his family at this sad time.

A more in-depth article celebrating Keith’s life will be published in the next copy of “The Villager”