Pinner Fair is set to return next month for the 685th anniversary of the popular event which has been absent from the town for two years.
Hosted by the Showmen’s Guild of Great Britain, the historical fair will return for one day on June 1.
The Pinner Association told PinnerNews, that the fair itself will start at about 10am and the morning is the most suitable time for families with young children to attend as in the later afternoon and evening it becomes very busy with people coming from far and wide.
There will be an enhanced police presence at the Fair as is usual. The fair is usually finished by about 11pm.
There will be road closures in place on High Street, Bridge Street and Marsh Road from the evening of May 31.
Commenting on the historic Fair’s return, Lawrence Crick, Chairman of the London & Home Counties Section of the Showmen’s Guild said: “All of our members who make up the Showmen that attend Pinner Street Fair are looking forward to returning this year to celebrate the historic Fair with the Townsfolk of Pinner and surrounding area and to putting a smile once more on all the faces of all the children, who with their families have waited so long for this special unique occasion that is part of the tradition of their town. “