Showers fail to dampen St George's Day celebrations in Pinner

Festivities centred around the traditional annual wheelbarrow race

Festivities centred around the traditional annual wheelbarrow race

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Hundreds of people enjoyed a festival of events and activities to mark St George’s Day in Pinner.

Morris dancers led the celebrations in the high street, where a day of festivities centred around the traditional annual wheelbarrow race yesterday (Monday).

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Occasional showers failed to deter visitors from enjoying a live singing performance from Gemma Turner, sampling the ales at a beer festival and taking part in the coconut shy.

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Children enjoyed face painting and games, as well as a Punch and Judy show.

The annual event is organised by the Rotary Club of Pinner and supported by Harrow Council.

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12:46pm Wed 23 Apr 14

Sonoo Malkani says...

Thanks for the beautiful photos which make the event come alive for those who missed it.Wonderful to see the spirit of Harrovians and people enjoying despite the unpredictable weather.
Thanks for the beautiful photos which make the event come alive for those who missed it.Wonderful to see the spirit of Harrovians and people enjoying despite the unpredictable weather. Sonoo Malkani
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