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Pinner High Street to host weekend market

Fun for all the family is promised as Pinner High Street will host a weekend market this week on Saturday 9 and Sunday 10 October.

There will be a variety of stalls from local businesses selling food and drink, arts and crafts, fashion clothing, jewellery and much more, including children’s rides and live entertainment.

The Pinner market will provide existing local businesses the opportunity to remind customers about their offer and promote their businesses.

The weekend market will take place this weekend.

The event, which will trade from 10am to 5pm both days, will be free for local businesses to have a stall and compliment, not compete against them.

The activities are part of a funding grant Harrow Council has been awarded from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) from the Welcome Back Fund.

The fund supports the return to high streets safely and help build back better from the pandemic.

Pinner High Street will host the market.

Cllr Keith Ferry, Business, Property & Leisure Portfolio Holder, said: “The Welcome Back Market promises to be a great day out for all the family as well as a showcase for our wonderful high streets.

“As well as being fun and exciting, the market will be a great way to remind shoppers what our local businesses have to offer and support the return to high streets safely, as we build back better from the pandemic. Come along on 9 and 10 October to show your support.

We already have an impressive number of businesses on board, but there is room for more, so why not get involved?”


Harrow Council are still taking applications. Businesses wanting to apply for a market stall should complete and return the trader’s application to Mike Evans at The Retail Group: mike.evans@theretailgroup.co.uk.

Pinner High Street

Complete the Traders’ Application Form here: https://www.harrow.gov.uk/downloads/file/29226/pinner-market-traders-application-form

Source: Harrow Council