The Friends of Pinner Parish Church Events

Sunday Afternoon Teas are served from May until the end of September (3.00 pm to 5.00 pm) in the church hall complex. Home made cakes are a speciality. 

On Sundays there are no restrictions on parking, so the church makes a good base for exploring the village.

The small book “Ten Walks Around Pinner,” published by the Pinner Association, may be bought from Pinner Library in Marsh Road (phone 020 8866 7827 to check opening hours).

Recent article from our Parish Review magazine:

The 50+ Club First Draw

Witnessed by Ann Fuller and Peter Ellis. Congratulations go to Hilary Holloway the winner of our first draw.

 

The next stage of restoration has now begun and The Friends are pleased to have enabled this to happen sooner than expected.

 

The Lady Chapel roof has been a great concern to everyone, causing plaster to fall from the walls inside, much to the consternation of those who see it on a regular basis. At long last the problem is now being addressed without interfering with the church services.


The 50+ Club Second Draw was done in Dublin during the choir tour. Hilary along with Trevor Mitchell and Howard Lush acted as witnesses.  The winner was Michael Turvey.

 

 

 

 

The Friends were pleased to award a prize to a member of the Pinner Sketch Club again and this year’s winner was Pete Wane with his picture Rock Pool

Our forthcoming events are :-

Sunday 8 October A Concert in church at 3pm by the

Cirrus Piano Quartet playing Mozart and Schumann Piano Quartets

We are very lucky to be able to hear them as they are busy musicians.

Dominic Moore (Violin) has appeared as guest leader with the Ulster Orchestra, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra and others.

Timothy Grant (Viola) is in demand as Guest Principal with many of London’s leading chamber orchestras.

David Burrowes (Cello) has appeared as guest Principal Cello with the London Mozart Players, the City of London Sinfonia and Orchestra of St John’s Smith Square.

Mike Stanley (Piano) studied at the Royal Academy of Music, played in various orchestras and then moved to the West End as Musical Director of ‘Cats’ and is now assistant Musical Director and keyboard player in Phantom of the Opera

All four players are now principals in the orchestra for Phantom of the Opera.

The concert will be followed by tea and cakes. There will be a retiring collection.

Saturday 14 October
The Friends Bring and Buy Coffee Morning 10 – 12 noon.  There will be a Sales Table, Raffle and the opportunity to order your Lavender Bags before Christmas.

Saturday 18 November – 7.15 for 7.30pm
A three course Dinner followed by Cabaret. Price £25.  This is the chance to get your glad rags out and have fun. A raffle will offer fabulous prizes. You may provisionally book your place now by phoning Dennis Graham.

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