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| Most of the High Street can be
described as Elizabethan in style if not in fact. Its survival, relatively
intact, is not by chance. Which brings us to Pinner's the cultural dimension.
The Pinner Association devotes itself, to a range of social activities, including the continued maintenance of the historic character of Pinner.
It monitors the activities of the local authority, ensuring that Pinner is protected from mistakes of bureaucracy. It inhibits the erection of inappropriate facsias to High Street frontages. It contributes to the maintenance of the gardens. It provides public benches. Annually organises christmas street lighting and publishes The Villager.
Opposite:The gardens in which sits West House. The former are supported by the Association and the latter is gradually being retored by its efforts.