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Upcoming Pinner event expected to attract 5,000 people

Get ready for a day of community fun and frolics as the highly anticipated 2023 Pinner Rotary Village Show gears up to captivate the hearts of Harrow residents.

With an expected turnout of around 5,000 people from across Harrow, this annual event promises an array of exciting activities, local stalls, and live entertainment that caters to every member of the family.

Mark your calendars for Saturday, September 9th, as Pinner Memorial Park on Chapel Lane will host one of the biggest events in the borough from 11:30am to 5:00pm.

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Organised by members of Pinner Rotary, this event will be in aid of charities supported by the group including Prostate Cancer UK.

Featuring an impressive line-up of 45 stalls that showcase local talent, including arts and crafts, charities and more – the show provides an opportunity for residents to connect with their community in a meaningful way.

Guests can also expect a range of diverse food stalls and a fully licenced bar.

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Pinner Memorial Park

Attendees will be treated to performances by local talents like Simply Gray, the Harrow Apollo Male Choir, and a lively Bollywood showcase by the Sumeets Step 2 Step Academy.

Families with kids will be able to try out a variety of children’s rides to the classic charm of Punch and Judy and a petting zoo. Additionally, the Harrow Scouts have organised a range of activities for children to enjoy on the day.

For just £4, attendees can secure their event programmes, with all profits earmarked for support towards Rotary-backed charities.

For more information about the exciting program of entertainment and to stay updated on event details, visit the official website at www.pinnerrotary.org.uk.

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