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The Queen’s Head Closed temporarily

The Queen’s Head Closed temporarily
The Queen's Head pub has adopted the new government guidelines and temporarily closed. Under the new system, all hospitality venues within  Under the new system, all hospitality venues must close if they are unable to offer takeaway or delivery options. This decision is set to be reviewed by the government regularly with the aim of controlling the virus through limited social interaction. 
Throughout history The Queen's Head has acted as a centre point for the Pinner community, providing a vital space for socialisation and key historical events. For the Pinner community, it is saddening to hear that the venue must close again. However, pub owner, Sean White reassures that the pub is not going anywhere. "We certainly aim to open as soon as we possibly can. There are a number of exciting new projects that we are working on for our reopening. In the meantime, we must do everything that we can to keep the community safe." 
He urges people not to lose hope during this time but instead use it as an opportunity to reach out and embrace the community. “It is vital to support local businesses where possible. It has been a tough year for everyone and we must continue to build a web of support within Pinner.” 
There are still a number of local businesses which will be providing services during London’s time in Tier 5. This includes the new Turkish restaurant Turquoise Lounge which is open for takeaway and Brooks bookshop which continues to sell a range of books both in store and via their online shop. 
It is likely that the pub will eventually emerge from Tier 5 in a similar way that it did the last lockdown. Throughout the few weeks the pub has been open, staff have taken every precaution necessary to keep customers safe through extensive covid prevention training. They look forward to welcoming customer’s back to a safe environment in the new year and are hopeful for the future of Pinner High Street.
Pinner Local will continue to report any updates on the pub in the coming weeks. We look forward to seeing the pub reopen to serve it's usual premium range of drinks and pizzas soon. Further information can be found via The Queen's Head website.
By news reporter Eleanor Clavin

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