One of tributaries of the river Pinn rises on Pinner Hill and until the early 90s, sometimes flooded houses in Albury Drive, Woodhall Gate and elsewhere. Flood ponds and an expensive piping system were introduced during the early 90s.

The Pinn runs through Pinner in several streams. At the foot of the High Street, it emerges from the bridge from which Bridge Street derives its name. The bridge was reconstructed a few years ago to meet EU standards.

High Street then stretches upwards for approximately 150 metres towards St John's Church

The view opposite, was taken in early June 1999 from the opposite side of Bridge Street.
  Pinner High Street
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