The way you can send A5 sized posters to The Pinner Association for free publicity display on our four notice boards around Pinner is changing.
The policy for posters from outside organisations to be displayed on the Pinner Association notice boards is strictly those from local charities and not-for-profit community organisations. We cannot allow any commercial posters as we get so frequent requests for free advertising that our boards would be covered in such posters. If you see any “commercial” poster on our notice board in the entrance lobby of Sainsbury’s this will have been put up without our consent and it will be removed as soon as we see it.
Posters / flyers from outside sources for display on our Notice Boards should be no larger than A5 size (half A4 size) – larger posters will not be displayed.
Posters which are to publicise an organisation or series of events will be displayed for as long as possible, but only for a limited time to allow space for other posters to be displayed.
Posters / flyers should give contact details for further information about the event or organisation being publicised. The Pinner Association cannot act as an agent for other organisations’ events.
The notice boards will be updated regularly, but you may need to wait to see your organisations’ poster / flyer displayed. Please send us your poster / flyer in good time before the date of a specific event to ensure its timely display.
Four A5 sized copies of the poster / flyer to be displayed should be sent to:
The Pinner Association Notice Boards, 10, Crest View, PINNER HA5 1AN
OWL, the Online Watch Link, is launching in Harrow on Saturday 14th September 2019. This is an online facility that allows local police to engage with residents and share information, alerts and solve problems. It also allows local watch areas to be established quickly and easily, allowing residents and coordinators to engage with their neighbours and the police. OWL has been tried and tested across the city and the counties with proven benefits to security and crime reduction. We are keen to share this news with Harrow residents, starting with you as Community Champions. To register for the OWL system please go to www.owl.co.uk
Dress up as Santa for a 5k dash and raise money for your local hospice! St Luke’s Hospice cares for people within Harrow and Brent.
We rely on the generosity of our community for over two thirds of our funding. With events like the Santa Dash, St Luke’s Hospice can continue to deliver free care for local people, both now and in the future.
There is an early bird discount for those that sign up before 3 November
Harrow Council are consulting the public on a proposal to install a new pedestrian “zebra” crossing in Love Lane Pinner:
The proposals include the following:
• Footway widening – wide eastern footway to improve visibility between pedestrians and oncoming vehicles
• Re-arrange Pay & Display bays – remove one Pay & Display bay from outside no’s 9-11 to accommodate the zig-zag marking on the approach side of the proposed crossing. This is necessary to improve visibility for safer pedestrian crossing
• Re-locate Disabled bay – relocated disabled bay from outside no’s 7 to outside St Luke’s Catholic Church
• Loading bay – reduce the length of loading bay outside no’s 8-10 from 12m to 10m to accommodate zig zag markings on the exit side of the crossing• Associated lining and sign works – road markings and traffic signs will be amended accordingly to reflect these proposals
The Public can submit any comments by using the questionnaire on-line by visiting www.harrow.gov.uk/trafficconsultations which will direct you to a page containing the survey named ‘Love Lane, Pinner – Zebra crossing Proposal’. You may be asked to register your details before completing the survey.