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Facts about Pinner
Pinner is a town in Greater London, in the borough of Harrow, lying 12 miles northwest from Charing Cross. It is within the bounds of the historic county of Middlesex and located close to the border with the borough of Hillingdon. The population of Pinner, which includes Pinner Green, Hatch End, and Pinnerwood, was 31,130 as of 2011.
Originally a hamlet from medieval times, the St John Baptist church dates back to the 14th century and other parts in this historic village include some Tudor buildings. The newer High Street is dotted with 18th-century buildings, while Bridge Street has a more urban character and contains many chain stores. Pinner also remains one of the only villages in the country that still holds an annual street fair.
History of Pinner
Pinner was originally a hamlet, first recorded in 1231 as Pinnora,: although the already archaic -ora (meaning ‘hill’) suggests its origins lie no later than circa 900.: 1 The name Pinn is shared with the River Pinn, which runs through the middle of Pinner. Another suggestion of the name is that it means ‘hill-slope shaped like a pin.
The oldest part of the town lies around the fourteenth-century parish church of St. John the Baptist, at the junction of the present day Grange Gardens, The High Street and Church Lane. The church was originally a chapel of ease to St Mary’s Church, Harrow on the Hill, and was first mentioned in 1234. It was rebuilt in the early fourteenth-century, and rededicated in 1321. The parish became independent of St Mary’s in 1766, when the first perpetual curate was appointed; not until the Wilberforce Act of 1868 did it appoint its first vicar, one William Hind.: 34 The earliest surviving private dwelling, East End Farm Cottage, dates from the late fifteenth century.