Gosh what a difference a week makes!
V.E. day celebrations continued in Pinner although confined to residents’ front gardens. It was wonderful to see all the smart china come out for afternoon tea and people having conversations across the fence panels or from the pavement.
Lindy-hop was filmed on the High Street by Kara (and her partner) of Lines of Pinner. This was definitely something that could not have happened without the lockdown.
For those of you that are members; work has started to produce the July edition of the magazine. During WWII it was published and so see no difference now.
On a business front…..
Good news from BrOOK’s; you are now able to order more than one book at a time.
Last week saw more eateries re-open for business:
- Ideal Fish Bar
- Caffè Nero
- K5 Lounge
Check out our COVID-19 Restaurant Section of the website for their hours. Hallmark cards temporarily opened only to be told they needed to close.
Other shops to open with changed operating times are the
- Beer Asylum
- Lines of Pinner
- Pinner Village Store
Check out the COVID-19 Local Retailers section of our website.
We look forward to the day when all the shops can reopen. (I for one can’t wait until Berkeley Square reopens as I am badly in need of a haircut. (It’s been over 11 weeks since my last cut and I’m definitely looking wild!)