Pinner Fair 31 May 2023

Just a reminder that from about 15:00 on 30 May until about 8:00 on 1 June; the following buses will be diverted down West End Lane.

H11, H12 & H13.

The 183 will start and terminate at near Pinner Library.

Vehicle traffic restrictions will also apply see below:

We are assuming that the following roads will be closed or have restricted access:

No access to vehicles

  • High Street
  • Bridge Street

Restricted Access

  • Love Lane
  • Waxwell Lane
  • Elm Park Road
  • Marsh Road
  • Chapel Lane
  • Station Approach
  • Paines Lane
  • Church Lane
  • Grange Gardens
  • Cecil Park

If you are going to the fair, I would suggest that you use public transport or walk as parking will be restricted in the area. I haven’t been able to find out which car parks will be available.

Sainsbury’s will also be closed

Chapel Lane & Staion Park Parks will be closed.


Harrow Council’s MyHarrow News 5 May: Coronation Special email incorrectly stated that:

“The Pinner Association invite residents to join the Big Coronation Party at Pinner Village Gardens – there’ll be family fun, stalls, games and a dog show.”

The event was organised by Friends of Pinner Village Gardens and supported by The Pinner Association.

If you would like to know more about the Friends of Pinner Villager Gardens, (and how to get involved) as they organised such a wonderful event; visit

Secure Your Garden and Home

Dear Watch Member,

To paraphrase Michael Caine, “Not a lot of people might know this”, but this week is National Gardening Week. Which seems an appropriate time for me to remind you of how important it is to secure the outside of your property this summer.

Doing so not only keeps your valuables safe in your shed and garage, but is often the first line of defence against burglars trying to enter your home via rear access points.

Keep them out with the following tips:

  • At the front of your house, hedges and walls should be kept low to increase natural surveillance and give burglars nowhere to hide;
  • Side and rear hedges, walls and fences should be higher and topped with trellis, thorny plants or other suitable anti-climb topping;
  • Ensure side gates are locked at all times; open gates are an open invitation for burglars to easily access the rear of your home;
  • Keep power tools and bicycles inside a locked and secured shed.

If you are green-fingered, planting particular shrubs along walls and fences can create a natural defence against burglars and make it harder for them to access your property or even deter them completely.

View the attached document for ideas of what to plant. For further burglary prevention advice, please click here.

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Lee O’Brien
Pinner Safer Neighbourhood Team
Email: [email protected]
Tel: 020 8721 2775