Annual Canvass for Electoral Role – emails being sent out by Harrow Council

Harrow Council’s Electoral Services are conducting the Annual Canvass of households to update the electoral role of voters.  As part of the Annual Canvass they are currently emailing residential properties in the borough where they hold an email address for an occupant.

The title of the email is:   Harrow Electoral Register 2022 – Action Required

and it is sent from [email protected] email address.

Some residents may be concerned to receive an unsolicited email asking them to click on a link, but this is a genuine email sent out on behalf of the Council and is not spam.

If a resident has any queries they can email Harrow Council at [email protected]


Filming Pinner High Street 16 September

Message from Willow Road Films Limited

We would like to notify you about some filming we will be doing in your area in a few weeks. Willow Road Films Ltd. are currently in production of a new feature film entitled ‘ONE LIFE’ which is
shooting around London in September 2022.

We are scheduled to film on Pinner High Sheet on Friday 16* September. Our film is period specific, so we will be doing some Art Department dressing on the facades of a selection of shops
along the High Street.

Ofgem Energy Rebate Scam Emails

Dear Watch Member,

Action Fraud is warning the public about a sharp rise in reports of fake emails purporting to be from Ofgem, the independent energy regulator for Great Britain. The emails claim that the recipient is due a rebate payment as part of a government scheme and provides links for the recipient to follow in order to apply for the rebate. The links in the emails lead to malicious websites designed to steal personal and financial information.

Between Monday 22nd August 2022 and Monday 5th September 2022, a total of 1,567 phishing emails related to this scam were reported via the Suspicious Email Reporting Service (SERS).  They all displayed the email subject header “Claim your bill rebate now”. Offenders are using the Ofgem brand logo and colours to make their emails look as authentic as possible. However, the emails asked recipients to “apply for an energy bill rebate before September 2020”, which prompted many recipients to realise the emails weren’t genuine.

Protect yourself and others:

If you have doubts about a message, contact the organisation directly. Don’t use the numbers or address in the message – use the contact details from their official website. Remember, your bank (or any other official source) will never ask you to supply personal information via email.

If you receive an email you’re not quite sure about, forward it to [email protected].  Even if you’re not certain it’s a scam – they can check.

For advice on how to stay secure online, please visit:

If you need to reply regarding this message, tap on this email address: [email protected]

Lee O’Brien
Pinner Safer Neighbourhood Team
Email: [email protected]

So You think you know Pinner!

Thank you to everyone who took part in our competition at The Village Show yesterday.

Lindy won the “18 and over”s prize with 15 marks.

There was a dead heat in the “Under 18’s” with 10 points; the winner was drawn out of a hat.  Congratulations to Quinn.

Some of you are most propably wanting to know the answers!

1.Pinner Police Station – Waxwell Lane/Bridge Street

2. Mile Marker – Waxwell Lane/Bridge Street

3. Wax Well – Waxwell Lane

4. Drinking Fountain – Tookes Green











5. Little Common

6. Pinner Memorial Park

7. Pinner Village Gardens

8. Peace Gardens – Pinner Memorial Park










9. Grange Gardens – Junction with High Street and Church Lane

10.  High Street – taken from  St John the Baptist Church

11. Bridge Street Gardens – Junction of Bridge Street & Church Lane

12. Uxbridge Road – between Old Hall Drive and Paines Lane







13. St Georges Day – Wheel Barrow race – organised by the Rotary Clucb of Pinner

14. Concerts in the Park – organised by The Pinner Association

15. Village Show – organised by the Rotary Club of Pinner

16. RoxyFest – organised by the Friends of Roxbourne Park

Message from Pinner Rotary Club – Pinner Village Show

The Show will go ahead on Saturday 10 September from 11.30am to 5pm in Pinner Memorial Park. As a mark of respect we will hold a two minute silence at 11:30 before the show opens.

At this time of public grief we have decided to continue with this much anticipated family community event, with some adjustments to the programme, as a way of bringing the local community together.    We also recognise the role the Show plays in raising much needed funds for many local charities.