‘The Villager’ magazine.
Published in March, July and November. Available free with Pinner Association membership. See membership page of this web site for details. Back copies available. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further details.
Pinner Association and many other books relating to Pinner are now available from the shop at the Heath Robinson Museum in Pinner Memorial Park – see: https://www.heathrobinsonmuseum.org/visit
A Museum entry ticket is not required to access the Museum shop.
For enquiries about purchasing the items below please email: email@example.com
Illustrated Map of Pinner circa 1900
Limited Edition Print £45 plus package & postage.
Framed £80 – collect only.
Ten Walks Around Pinner
Illustrated guide to walks in Pinner and adjacent areas. Price £7.50 plus P&P.
Heath Robinson Books
Two illustrated books about Heath Robinson’s works are available. Both are edited by Geoffrey Beare and are available price £21.50 plus P&P. They are:
‘Contraptions’. An illustrated book of William Heath Robinson machines.
‘Britain at Play’. as seen by William Heath Robinson.
There is more to a House than meets the Eye
Following his research into the gold medal architect Cecil Brewer and his talented client Sir Ambrose Heal, Jim Golland, the noted local historian, wrote a fascinating book named after the house they built, ‘The Fives Court’, which celebrated its centenary in 2000.
It includes an entertaining account of the social background of the 1900’s, the struggles, successes and loves of some Pinner families. There are 70 black and white and coloured illustrations. This is a limited edition and will be a collector’s item.
Price: £10.00 plus £1.00 postage. Proceeds donated to the West House Appeal. Available from The Fives Court, Moss Lane, Pinner, Middlesex HA5 3AG. Cheques payable to M Verden. To date sales of the book have raised over £1,000 towards the appeal.
For any further information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org