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December 2018

Pinner Local History Society

6 December @ 20:00 - 22:00
Pinner Village Hall, Chapel Lane
Pinner, HA5 1AA United Kingdom

West Hertfordshire In the Footsteps of Herbert Tompkins - Brian Thomson. Visitors welcome - £3 donation

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Heath Robinson’s Home Life

7 December @ 11:00 - 16:00
Heath Robinson Museum, 50 West End Lane
Pinner, HA5 1AE United Kingdom

From about 1930 onwards Heath Robinson’s humour was centred on domestic life. In 1934 his house “The Gadgets” was constructed at the Ideal Home Exhibition, and in 1936 How to Live in a Flat, the first of his series of “How to…” books was published. This exhibition will show an early series of coloured “Ideal Home” cartoons published in 1933 and rare photographs of the construction of Heath Robinson’s house at the Ideal Home Exhibition. It was peopled with more…

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Pinner and Ruislip Travel Club Talk

7 December @ 19:30 - 21:30
Emmanuel Church, High Street
Northwood, HA6 1AS United Kingdom

Christmas Event

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Illuminated Manuscripts Fit for a King

8 December @ 09:45 - 15:00
The Verden Gallery, Upstairs at West House
Pinner Memorial Park, Pinner HA5 1AE United Kingdom
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£28

Illuminated Manuscripts Fit for a King When Henry VII came to the throne he inherited a great library.  Henry VIII added to it and invited the best illuminators to come from Bruges, which was now the centre of illumination excellence. Who were these artists and what did they produce?  Did they work for other rich and powerful members of the Tudor Court and if so, what did they do for them? We will look at Books of Hours, lectionaries, portrait…

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Heath Robinson’s Home Life

8 December @ 11:00 - 16:00
Heath Robinson Museum, 50 West End Lane
Pinner, HA5 1AE United Kingdom

From about 1930 onwards Heath Robinson’s humour was centred on domestic life. In 1934 his house “The Gadgets” was constructed at the Ideal Home Exhibition, and in 1936 How to Live in a Flat, the first of his series of “How to…” books was published. This exhibition will show an early series of coloured “Ideal Home” cartoons published in 1933 and rare photographs of the construction of Heath Robinson’s house at the Ideal Home Exhibition. It was peopled with more…

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Music In Pinner Series

8 December @ 19:30 - 22:00
Pinner Parish Church, Church Lane HA5 3AA Select a Country: + Google Map
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Epic Christmas Concert

8 December @ 19:30 - 21:30
St Mary’s Chuch, The Fairway
Ruislip, HA4 0SP United Kingdom
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          Join Harrow Concert Band along with Northwood Headquarters Band for an evening of free* live music for all the family. As well as featuring all of your festive favourites (some with a twist!), there will be mince pies, mulled wine and a Christmas sing-a-long, not to mention Santa's special Christmas raffle too! *Please note there will be a voluntary collection at the end of the performance. Free entrance only available for good boys and girls!…

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St Luke’s Hospice Santa Dash

9 December @ 10:00 - 12:00
Nower Hill High School, George V Avenue
Pinner, HA5 5RP United Kingdom
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Heath Robinson’s Home Life

9 December @ 11:00 - 16:00
Heath Robinson Museum, 50 West End Lane
Pinner, HA5 1AE United Kingdom

From about 1930 onwards Heath Robinson’s humour was centred on domestic life. In 1934 his house “The Gadgets” was constructed at the Ideal Home Exhibition, and in 1936 How to Live in a Flat, the first of his series of “How to…” books was published. This exhibition will show an early series of coloured “Ideal Home” cartoons published in 1933 and rare photographs of the construction of Heath Robinson’s house at the Ideal Home Exhibition. It was peopled with more…

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Save Sunday Music – Stumbling Block

9 December @ 12:00 - 13:30
Roxbourne Park, Cannon Lane
Pinner, Middlesex HA5 1JF United Kingdom

(The Sunday Music events are free, however a collection will be made in the interval to help defray musicians’ expenses). The Pavilion has an adjacent car park situated at the end of Cannon Lane (turning off Village Way).The Pavilion is in Roxbourne Park which is near Rayners Lane Station and can be reached from the station or nearby bus routes, H9, H10, H12, 282, 398.

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