West House is a centre for the community in Pinner Memorial Park. Originally bought by the people of Pinner as a memorial to the fallen of two world wars, it was restored and reopened in 2010 thanks to the hard work and support of many local people.  The house is run by The West House and Heath Robinson Museum Trust, a registered charity No 1086567.

The Trustees are delighted to announce that the Heritage Lottery Fund has awarded £1.13 million to help build a new Museum to William Heath Robinson, who lived in Pinner. Please see our News Page to monitor developments in the Construction phase.

As part of the process for setting up the new Museum a Learning Officer is to be appointed. Candidates will find all the details on the Vacancies page of this site.

We still need £140,000 before we can build it, and you can help. Make a donation online here to build this exciting new facility.

West House in Pinner Memorial Park has several attractions for visitors:

  • Daisy’s in the Park, an excellent café open every day except Christmas Day: Sundays and Mondays 8am-5pm and Daisy’s in the Dark restaurant Thursday-Saturday 7pm – 10pm (last food orders)
  •  William Heath Robinson Gallery and shop, open free of charge Wednesdays and Saturdays 1-5pm – access is through Daisy’s
  • The Shrine, housing the Pinner Books of Remembrance
  • The upstairs function room, available for hire for private parties, training, exhibitions and more

Do come and visit us soon! You can find out more about Heath Robinson here.


West House overlooking the Lake


Pinner Memorial Park – view from West House


The Heath Robinson Gallery


The Shrine to the Fallen of Two World Wars


The Upstairs Function Room and Gallery


Daisy’s Cafe


The Heath Robinson Gallery shop


Uncle Lubin as The Aeronaut by Heath Robinson