Weekly COVID-19 Round up 26 April 2020

While we settled down to the inevitable of the lock down being extended, and resigned ourselves to a necessary evil of limiting our freedom.  We have a change of leader at the helm of The Pinner Association.

Christine Wallace who has been chairman for the past three years has stepped down having completed her term of office.   We would like to thank Christine for her stewardship of The Pinner Association, a task she has undertaken with a great sense of responsibility to do our best to maintain and enhance the amenity of all in Pinner.  As Chairman of the Association she has taken a particular interest in planning matters and the upkeep of parks, open spaces and allotments.   Christine is to continue to cover “Planning” and “Environment” for the Association as a Committee Member.  She will also continue to be our representative on Harrow Council’s Conservation Areas Advisory Committee.

Due to the fact our AGM was postponed, Julie Waller has agreed to be Acting-Chair until such times as we can safely hold our AGM.

On a business front. 

  • Sougtani  (TMP London’s Best Restaurant Regional Winners for 2018) are now open for deliveries and take-away. Good news for those that are getting feed up of home cooking and fancy a change.
  • Friends Restaurant are also open for deliveries only.

Check our COVID-19 restaurant page for a list of all restaurants offering delivery or take away service.

  • Peter Brooks of Brooks Pinner was heard talking to Jo Good on BBC Radio London about being regional winners at the recent British Book Awards. They might be closed but you can order on line.
  • Bodywise have informed me that they have several types of hand sanitizers and facemasks available.

If there are other local shops that are open that we might have missed from our page or shops that  have changed their opening hours; please let us know by emailing [email protected]