Pinner Village Gardens Park is getting over £30,000 investment from Harrow Council. The investment will be overseen by Dave Corby – Harrow head of community engagement. The money will be coming from funds allocated by housing companies who develop in the area, part of this huge sum of money being used to upgrade playgrounds around the borough . There will be at least four new pieces of equipment installed in Pinner village Gardens– for ages 3-11 yrs.
Pinner Village Gardens are owned by the London Borough of Harrow, located in the borough’s Pinner South Ward on the outskirts of Pinner. The gardens have entrances from Rayners Lane, Compton Rise, Whittington Way and Hereford Gardens. They are approximately a ten minute walk from Pinner tube station on Station Approach. The Gardens were created in the 1920s.
Friends of Pinner Village Gardens’ was formed in 2015 to ensure Pinner Village Gardens remained accessible to the public, and to give park users and local residents a say on its future development of the park itself including the playground. You can find out more information about the garden via their website (https://friendsofpvg.org.uk/)