The Pinner Village show returns this year on Saturday September 8.
With over fifty stalls selling everything from food to artefacts, there’s something for everybody.
Other features include fairground rides, children’s gifts, petting farms and a climbing wall courtesy of the Scouts. The food tents boast an array of fine cuisine with anything you could possibly think of supplied.
For the young ones there is a Punch & Judy show, back this year after not being able to make it to the 2017 fair. The Glen Trew Pipe Band return this year who always go down well with the older generations and for the dads ‘Old Gray’, an old school rock and roll band who were very popular when they played at Pinner’s St. George’s day celebrations earlier in the year will play again.
If last year is anything to go by it should be a great day for all the family. Despite rain, the turnout was good and over £3,000 was raised with the profits going toward charities chosen by the Rotary Club. On top of this, an additional £3,000 was raised for Harrow Carers, a charity who look after carers so that they can continue the work they do without hindering their own quality of life.
Local MP Nick Hurd will open the fair at 11:30am and it will run until 5:00pm. If you would like to participate in the fair either by having a stall there or providing entertainment you can apply by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org