The Society produces a Newsletter three times a year at the beginning of March, July and November. Every member receives a free copy though a charge is made if it has to be sent through the post.

Writing in the Local History Magazine for November 2010, Sarah Henson wrote the following:

This newsletter is always produced to a very high standard and uses illustrations, some in colour, and both personal and factual articles to create an enjoyable read for its members. A wide range of contributors keep Pinner’s Newsletter very diverse and lively.

Besides reports on society meetings and visits, there are always other articles which range from pieces of original research to personal reminiscences of Pinner in the past. Contributions are accepted from non-members.

Articles for publication and queries can be sent to the editor John Crocker.