Pinner Hill Community Hall Activities – Update

Because the Nursery, breakfast & after-school clubs from Pinner Wood School have temporarily relocated to the Pinner Hall Community Hall, existing activities have been suspended until such time as the hall is returned to the community.

The only exception to this is the Monday Bingo Session – this will take place at Pinner Cricket Club between 3pm & 5pm.

The following activities are suspended

Monday

  • Keep Fit Club

Wednesday

  • Non-Contact Boxing

Thursday

  • Toddler Group
  • Youth Club

The problem was getting a venue to host these activities close to the existing hall as many people attending don’t drive.

 

Pinner Wood School – Website

Harrow Council have set up a section on their website with all the information pertaining to PWS.

Everything you need to know about the temporary closure

What Local Residents May be interested in!

Updates on what is happening on the site – The next site progress report will hopefully be posted on Wednesday 12th April.

Progress Reports

Pupil Travel Survey

Parents/carers please complete this as soon as possible

Parents Travel Survey

Harrow Council is looking for people to help supervise coaches.

This is not just for parents and carers.

If you would be willing to give up your buy tramadol side effects time, morning and afternoon, and you would be willing to undergo induction, you could join us as a “Coach Transfer Passenger Assistant”. The role would be contracted and paid. If you are interested, or know someone who might be view the Pinner Wood coach transfer assistant letter  and  Pinner Wood coach transfer passenger assistant form.

Induction courses will be held on initially on 13th April with a follow-up date of 20th April for those that can’t make it.

Pinner Association – Open Meeting/85th AGM

The Pinner Association Open Meeting / AGM is your chance to come and find out what is happening now in Pinner and to give your views and get your questions answered on any topic of interest or concern to those who live or work in Pinner.   The Open Meeting is free to attend and you do not have to be a member of The Pinner Association to do so – but if you are concerned about the quality of life in Pinner and are not already a  member why not join today –  Membership

Dr Amol Kelshiker, Chair of the Harrow CCG, is to give a short talk to inform us about the NHS “STP” initiative, which will provide medical treatment in locations closer to a patient’s home, rather than use the resources of a large hospital for routine matters, in order to use NHS resources more efficiently and to improve the patient’s experience of care.

Open Forum will be your opportunity to have your voice heard and to ask questions about anything that is concerning you about life in Pinner.

We look forward to welcoming you to our meeting on the 26th April – see you there!