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April 2019

The Lord Chancellor’s Wallpaper

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

Behind the scenes of the Palace of Westminster and hear about the restoration of the Lord Chancellor's residence. Talk by Graham Goode

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The Beardsley Generation

12 April @ 11:00
Heath Robinson Museum, 50 West End Lane
Pinner, HA5 1AE United Kingdom

The exhibition will explore the impact that new photographic means of reproduction (process engraving) at the end of the 19th Century had on illustration. Older artists who had relied on the craft wood-engraver to work up their sketches for publication were swept aside and a new generation of artists, well versed in the requirements of process engraving, were much in demand. The new technology also resulted in an expansion in the production of illustrated books and periodicals. After a period…

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PAES – Study Day

13 April @ 09:45 - 14:45
The Verden Gallery, Upstairs at West House
Pinner Memorial Park, Pinner HA5 1AE United Kingdom
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£28
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The Beardsley Generation

13 April @ 11:00
Heath Robinson Museum, 50 West End Lane
Pinner, HA5 1AE United Kingdom

The exhibition will explore the impact that new photographic means of reproduction (process engraving) at the end of the 19th Century had on illustration. Older artists who had relied on the craft wood-engraver to work up their sketches for publication were swept aside and a new generation of artists, well versed in the requirements of process engraving, were much in demand. The new technology also resulted in an expansion in the production of illustrated books and periodicals. After a period…

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The Beardsley Generation

14 April @ 11:00
Heath Robinson Museum, 50 West End Lane
Pinner, HA5 1AE United Kingdom

The exhibition will explore the impact that new photographic means of reproduction (process engraving) at the end of the 19th Century had on illustration. Older artists who had relied on the craft wood-engraver to work up their sketches for publication were swept aside and a new generation of artists, well versed in the requirements of process engraving, were much in demand. The new technology also resulted in an expansion in the production of illustrated books and periodicals. After a period…

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Save Sunday Music – Stumbling Rock

14 April @ 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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All About Ponds

16 April @ 10:30 - 12:30
Pinner Village Gardens, Marsh Road
Pinner, United Kingdom
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Pinner Association AGM

17 April @ 19:30 - 22:00
Pinner Village Hall, Chapel Lane
Pinner, Middlesex HA5 1AA United Kingdom
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AGM followed by guest speaker Sean Harriss, Chief Executive Officer, Harrow Council.

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The Beardsley Generation

18 April @ 11:00
Heath Robinson Museum, 50 West End Lane
Pinner, HA5 1AE United Kingdom

The exhibition will explore the impact that new photographic means of reproduction (process engraving) at the end of the 19th Century had on illustration. Older artists who had relied on the craft wood-engraver to work up their sketches for publication were swept aside and a new generation of artists, well versed in the requirements of process engraving, were much in demand. The new technology also resulted in an expansion in the production of illustrated books and periodicals. After a period…

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The Beardsley Generation

19 April @ 11:00
Heath Robinson Museum, 50 West End Lane
Pinner, HA5 1AE United Kingdom

The exhibition will explore the impact that new photographic means of reproduction (process engraving) at the end of the 19th Century had on illustration. Older artists who had relied on the craft wood-engraver to work up their sketches for publication were swept aside and a new generation of artists, well versed in the requirements of process engraving, were much in demand. The new technology also resulted in an expansion in the production of illustrated books and periodicals. After a period…

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