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Pinner & District Community Association

The Village Hall
Chapel Lane

020 8429 4320


The Pinner & District Community Association (PADCA) was established in 1975. It is affiliated to the National Federation of Community Associations and registered as a charity No. 1160571. The purpose built Pinner Village Hall, operated by PADCA, is the base for all it's activities and serves as a focal point for many Community Activities.

It provides facilities for local people, independant organisations and Member Groups to organise their events. This is of value to the community as a whole and promotes the feeling of well-being and pride in the locality. The numerous groups using the Village Hall, for many varied activities and interests, include Guilds, Drama Groups, Well-being classes and Crafts.

To become a member of the Association (currently the subscription is £5 per person) please contact the Administrator on Tel: 020 8429 4320.


The following interests are catered for at the Pinner Village Hall, organised by the Pinner And District Association. These 'sections' of the Association are open to all- but members of the Association are eligible for reduced entrance charges.


These meetings are held each Thursday, play commencing at 1.30pm,  a partner is assured and there is a small weekly prize for members. Admission £2.50 (non members £3.00).


Meetings each Wednesdays at 2.15pm.

Enquiries re both of the above activities should be made to Ray Blackith on Tel: 020 8866 0898
(or just come along to any meeting).


This group holds social meetings for senior citizens every Friday afternoon at 1.30pm. for more details please telephone Helen Ryan on Tel: 020 8866 9446 or go to any meeting.


All types of music are catered for at all these meetings on the first Wednesday of each month at 2pm in the Lounge. Enquiries to Kathy Young on Tel: 020 8866 9627.


This club's programme is devoted to the appreciation of the music of the Swing Era. Meetings are held on the first Wednesday of each month at 8pm (doors open 7.30pm). A live performance is held each October and there is an annual cinematograph show, otherwise meetings consist of two one hour pre-recorded recitals. Normal admission £2.00 (non-members £4.) Enquiries to Brian Read (020 8868 8266) or Suzanne Cooper (07982 703750) or  just attend any meeting

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