Wonderful evening with even more people attending this year. The shop windows that were dressed were quite brilliant and the traders who entered into the evening with gusto provided a lovely colourful evening. Fairground rides provided fun for all and the choirs and bands showcased the talents of young people. Lots of behind the scenes effort from St John ambulance, Police, Harrow Council, Hatch End School & Pinner Association stewards. Many local schools took part and of course thank you to all the visitors that made it a great sucess.
Visage pictured above with local MP Rt Hon Nick Hurd have been strong supporters of the Pantomime from the moment they arrived in Pinner and continue to put maximum effort into the competitions and also looking after their visitors during the evening. Winners of the High St Best Dressed competition and the Grand Prize for best overall contribution to the evening
One of the newest Hair & Beauty Salons in Pinner located in Bridge St also pulled out all the stops and beautifully decorated their window and created great costumes
The Christmas Tree lights were switched on by the Mayor of Harrow Councillor Rekha Shah together with Miss Middlesex Rachel Monfort-Tennant and the Vice Chair of Pinner & Northwood Business Club Meena Jafferali.
There were lovely choirs, dancers, bands including the Soul Avengers Shout Band who had the crowds tapping their feet.
Groomerz entered into the fun of the evening with their three little pigs and the wolf fancy dress. Highly commended in the Best Dressed Trader competition.
Andrew Pearce were well deserved winners of the Chapel Lane, Love Lane & Marsh Rd Best Dressed costume category and the Force was with them
Well done My Dream Kitchen winner of the Best Dressed Window Competition for the Chapel Lane, Love Lane and Marsh Rd Group of traders
Dri Blow Dry Hair Bar Highly Commended in the Best Dressed Traders competition enjoyed their visit from Local Councillor Steve Wright & Local MP Nick Hurd
Well done Robsons winner of the High St Best Dressed Window competition and highly commended in the Best Dressed Trader competition
It is not everyday that you go to the opticians on Panto evening and meet a real Miss Middlesex, as these two young ladies did when they visited Eyesey Eyecare. Photo courtesy of Eva Travel counsellors
Well done to the Pink & Rose Hair & Beauty Salon in their first Panto year and winners of the Bridge St Best Dressed Traders competition. Picture by Ruth Both Pinner Association
Great effort in Bridge St by T A Ellements who won the Panto Best Dressed Window Competition for that area
Carpentier Deli/Cafe had a surprise visit from local MP Nick Hurd. Much appreciated as Harriet is one of the Pantomime Committee members
Thanks to our Showmen who helped to give Marsh Rd involvement in the evening. The first time for many years. They also helped supply power to the PhotoBooth wagon and were joined by the Sakee restaurant pop up stall. Across the road My Dream Kitchen were prizewinners.
Thank you Hatch End High School for providing stewards for the evening to assist those from the Pinner Association. In the picture are some of the team including Astha, Zaiba, Fiza, Monica and Vijitha.