Another Pinner Business Backs New Museum

Carpentier Roz Harriet landscape 211014The new deli and coffee shop Carpentier & Co, in Pinner High Street, has bought a virtual Brick to support the Heath Robinson Museum at West House in Pinner Memorial Park.

Harriet Carpentier, 26, worked in her parents’ deli in Kings Langley for five years before opening up in Pinner. She chose Pinner because of its community spirit and the friendly atmosphere among the shopkeepers.

‘Everyone supports each other and I wanted to be a part of that,’ she commented. ‘I am supporting the Heath Robinson Museum because I know how much it will bring to the village. It sounds amazing, and we will all benefit when it is built.’

If you would like to buy a Brick for £25 to build the Museum, email or visit

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