About the Society
Pinner Local History Society was set up in 1972 to promote an interest in history with special reference to Pinner and its environs – the historic parish of Pinner included the areas now known as Pinner Green, Hatch End, Headstone, North Harrow and Rayners Lane.
Meetings are normally held at 8 pm on the first Thursday of each month, September to May (excluding January), at the Village Hall, Chapel Lane Car Park, HA5 1AB, and feature speakers on a range of topics relating to local history. Visitors and prospective new members are very welcome. (A donation from non-members of £3 is suggested.)
We are always eager to welcome new members. Anyone interested in carrying out research themself or in helping to run the Society is urged to introduce themself to a member of the Committee.
We publish a Newsletter three times a year with information about the Society’s recent activities, reports of talks and outings, and pictures and research by members and others relating to Pinner’s history. This is sent to all members and to affiliated societies.
Our research group is a forum where those working on the history of Pinner can support one another.
For details of membership, see the membership page.