Perfect Pinner – Walking and talking with Rachel Kolsky.11.00 am – 1.00 pm
Seemingly untouched by time, Pinner remains quintessentially Metroland, a 1915 marketing brand for the expanding Metropolitan Line. Discover its background complete with an annual fair in the High Street, a village church, the homes of Ambrose Heal, Horatia Nelson and Ronnie Barker plus a host of memorable film locations and its associations with ice-cream. The tour ends outside the gallery celebrating the work of past resident William Heath Robinson and the 150th anniversary of his birth this year.
The walk will start at Pinner tube and end at the Heath Robinson Museum, where you can (independently) visit the wonderful The Humour of William Heath Robinson exhibition and have coffee or lunch at Daisy’s café in the park.
Booking in advance : The cost is £10 per person and will be limited to 20.