Pinner Association supporter of the Pinner Pantomime Evening since inception

The Pinner Asscociation has been a major supporter of the Pantomime Evening from the beginning. Providing financial support for the Christmas lights and Trees that are enjoyed not only during the evening but then for the whole festive period. Also the voluntary Pantomime Evening committee has included members from the Association each year and without their help in stewarding, it is true to say the event could not have taken place. You can find out how to join the Association and more about their work on behalf of the community, on their website.

Andrew Pearce Keep us guessing about Pinner Panto Evening

Thank you for sponsoring the evening once again but also keeping everyone on their toes wondering what treat for young people you will bring this year

Gibbs Gillespie support Pinner Pantomime Evening

Thank you to the team from Gibbs Gillespie for coordinating the Programme and continuing to provide the control base for the Hatch End and Pinner Association stewards on the evening

Young People Dress up on Panto night in Character Costume

Young people another chance to dress in character costume now Halloween has gone. Do come to the Pinner Pantomime Evening starting at 5pm on Thursday 28th November dressed up. It will really add more fun to the event. We would love to see some Elton John’s too, its a special celebration this year of Elton from Pinner.

Pinner Pantomime Evening

Pinner Pantomime Evening is a major event in the Pinner calendar, along with St George’s Day and the Pinner Village Show. This year it will take place on Thursday 28th November. The community evening, now in its 22nd year, is based around Pantomime themes with this year a specially added Elton John Celebration.
On the night people from Pinner and the wider community enjoy musical entertainment from local schools and community groups. There are rides for young children, street entertainers, the switching on of the Christmas lights and a large firework display to round off the evening. The event takes place on the High Street, Bridge Street, Chapel Lane and Love Lane.
More details can found at this page on the website……………………