Harrow to Pinner Cycleway Improvement Scheme Consultation

Harrow Council and TfL are consulting on proposals for changes to the cycling route between Harrow-on-the-Hill Station and Pinner Station which would involve alterations to the carriageway and parking in Marsh Road.

The section in central Pinner would seek to create “clear continuous cycle tracks from the proposed 20mph zone in Cecil Park to Station Approach, new public realm scheme outside Jubilee Parade, new or revised parallel zebra crossing across Marsh Road and Station Approach, and renewed and improved pavements, rain garden and other greening“.

Further information and the link to the consultation survey may be found here:  https://talk.harrow.gov.uk/harrow-to-pinner-cycleway

The consultation deadline is 23:59 on 11th December 2023.   Everyone with a view on these proposals is encouraged to participate in the consultation so as the opinions of as many Pinner residents as possible are heard.

The cost of this project if enacted would be provided by ringfenced funding from TfL.

Try out the Pinner – Harrow Cycleway.

Let’s ride are organising a trial run of the proposed new cycleway.  Fancy joining them?

Wednesday 29th November 2023 9:30am

Starting from – At the bottom of Station Approach, Pinner on the pavement, HA5 5LX

This Breeze Harrow ride is open for anyone to join

  • 5.9 miles
  • Mountain Bike, Hybrid (off road tyres), Hybrid (road tyres), Road, eBike
  • 1 hr 40 mins
  • Easygoing
  • Harrow
  • Adults 16+ only
  • Women only

To sign up use the link Sign up.

Pinner, An Act of Remembrance

Today Pinnerites came together to remember the fallen in all conflicts.

Even though the weather wasn’t that great and rained as we set up, it was wonderful to see so many people of our community brave the weather and turn up to pay their respects.

This year planning was a little bit different due to the conflict in the Middle East and additional police from Hatch End Safer Neighbourhood Team joined us.

Thank you to all the volunteers and our sponsors that make this happen.


Harrow Neighbourhood Policing Newsletter

Dear Watch Member,

We will now be providing a monthly newsletter to all those community members on OWL and across our social channels.

We hope this will give you a summary of everything we have been up to, and other local news and crime prevention tips.

Please see the attached image to view the Newsletter.  We will be posting these on OWL at the end of each month.


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Sophie Dunford
Communications Officer and VAWG Lead

Burglary Crime Prevention Advice

Dear Watch Member,

We would remind residents to take care to protect their homes from burglaries as the clocks go back on Sunday 29th October 2023.

There are some key things you can to do to keep your home secure this autumn:

  • Make sure your home is secure when leaving by locking all doors and windows.
  • Keep a light on if you go out especially during evening hours, or invest a plug light timer switch.
  • Never leave your keys and valuables within view or reach of windows and letterboxes.
  • Always lock your front door from inside – especially UPVC front doors that have handles even if you are home.
  • Check your outside lighting is in good working order and replace any faulty equipment.
  • Look out for your neighbours, if something doesn’t seem right, call police on 999.


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Sophie Dunford
Communications Officer and VAWG Lead
Email: [email protected]

Wreath Laying by Mayor of Harrow. Peace Garden, Pinner Memorial Park

On  Wednesday 25th October 2023 the Mayor of Harrow, Councillor Ramji Chauhan, laid a poppy wreath at the Dove of Peace War Memorial in the Peace Garden in Pinner Memorial Park. This was in memory of all those who have fallen serving their country or as a results of conflict.

The Dove of Peace was designed in 1995 by the pupils of Nower Hill School for the Peace Garden. It was created in that year to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the end of WWII:. It is an offically registered war memorial: https://www.iwm.org.uk/memorials/item/memorial/11098

The Peace Garden is an area for quiet comtemplation within Pinner Memorial Park, which itself was purchased for the community by public subscription as an enduring war memorial and amenity for Pinner at the End of WWII.