Pinner Rotary Village Show

Our annual community event and fundraiser in Pinner Memorial Park.


We will be holding Pinner Rotary Village Show on Saturday 10th September 2022

  Application forms for stall holders are available on the event page for this year's show.

About Pinner Rotary Village Show

The Village Show is an annual event held in Pinner on the Saturday at the end of the first full week in September (usually the second Saturday).

It takes place in Pinner Memorial Park, Chapel Lane, Pinner and is open to the public from 11:30 am to 5:00 pm.

The show is organised by Pinner Rotary as a service to the local community and as a charity fund raiser. The main beneficiary is our President’s chosen charity for the year.

The Show provides family entertainment on many levels:

  • Around 50 stalls representing local organisations, charities and commercial outlets
  • A food court including a licensed bar run by Pinner Rotary (all profit to charity)
  • Children’s rides
  • An entertainment programme typically including live music, dance performances and Punch and Judy shows 
  • Other entertainment for children such as a petting farm, face painting and a climbing wall.

Our main source of fundraising comes from the sale of programmes, programme advertising and donations. 

Pinner Rotary Village Show sub-pages:

Pinner Rotary Village Show

2022 Pinner Rotary Village Show

more The annual Village Show will be held in Pinner Memorial Park on Saturday 10th September

Stalls at the 2021 Village Show

2021 Pinner Village Show

more It was great to be back - and thank you to the people of Pinner for your wonderful support!

The colourful entrance to the Show

2019 Pinner Village Show

more A fun packed day for everyone in Pinner Memorial Park

The colourful entrance to the Memorial Park

2018 Pinner Village Show

more The best Village Show we can remember, with fantastic support from the community.

The art competition prizewinners

2017 Pinner Village Show

more Another fun filled day in Pinner Memorial Park, thanks to the many organisations taking part and the superb support from the public.