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West House & The Heath Robinson Museum

West House
50 West End Lane


William Heath Robinson was an important English Cartoonist & Illustrator who also became a household phrase, "Heath Robinson" as a result of his fanciful and intricate drawings of impractical creations. He lived in Moss Lane, Pinner for 10 years and there is a blue plaque on the house where he lived. However, up until now there has not been a gallery or museum in the world with an exhibition of his drawings.
West House general view at opening
West House in Pinner Memorial Park was once the home of the grandson of Lord Nelson and Lady Hamilton. The people of Pinner bought it after the Second World War to be a permanent war memorial and centre for the community, but it fell into dereliction. The West House and Heath Robinson Museum Trust raised £1.5m to restore the building and reopened it in 2010 with an upstairs function room, shop and small Heath Robinson gallery, a very popular café, Daisy’s in the Park, and Synergy, a complementary health practice. 
Uncle Lubin
The gallery and shop are open every Wednesday and Saturday afternoon from 1-5pm, thanks to our brilliant volunteers. To book the beautiful function room with views of the lake, contact Dot at Daisy’s, call 020 8866 3035 or email booking_westhouse@btconnect.com.
Girls scatter petals (at Remembrance Day wreath laying, the Peace Garden)
With the help of the Heritage Lottery Fund, Trustees are planning to build a new Museum to Heath Robinson, to open in 2016. £130,000 still needs to be raised to build the Museum and you can see more about it on our website. If you would like to donate, visit https://mydonate.bt.com/charities/heathrobinsonmuseum
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Clapping with Claudia

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