Long catch up
I have not posted for a while and much has happened that I wish to comment on
Harris and Hoole opened up a few weeks ago. I am grateful to the manger for four sets of free coffee vouchers.
They do not serve coffee of hot chocolate hot at all - beware they are warm. This is also a practice in Starbucks. It must be a generation thing that us oldies like our hot beverages and food hot, and the younger generation like them hot.
Here are some pictures of Harris and Hoole (some not too hot taken on a mobile phone)
Cafe wise in Pinner try out Bella Cafe, in Bridge Street they have a new manager and have a friendly atmosphere, Snacks are cheaper and they are using proper panini bread now and there is a more extensive
Now for a few pictures, rather belated of the Pantomime Evening being set up during the daytime. The two displays are from the Cancer Research Shop in Bridge Street and the weird characters from Sue Ryder in the Sainsbury complex off the High Street
a) why do children have to travel in such cramped conditions, why is there not a double decker bus on the route?
b) why do adults have to travel in these cramped conditions, why do they not have a special school bus laid on?
Some interesting history etched into the stonework of a rebuild of a bridge over the River Pinn in Cannon Lane Pinner. It is amazing here, the River Pinner does a large turn under the road.
Finally two slightly different shots of the dog graves in Pinner Memorial House - a stones throw from Daisy's in the Park. This cafe is full of children and mothers - and a real racket of noise abounds inside the cafe. It is also expensive - steer clear!