Welcome to West House, Pinner
Once the home of the grandson of Admiral Lord Nelson and Lady Hamilton, West House is in West End Lane, Pinner, HA5 1AE, in the London Borough of Harrow.
Now a centre for the community, overlooking an ornamental lake, West House is one of the few old houses in the area still standing in its own grounds, now the beautiful Pinner Memorial Park.
West House amenities include the Verden Gallery, a bright and stylish first-floor function room/gallery that is available for functions, corporate events and exhibitions, a café on the ground floor also providing function catering, a ‘quiet room’ with dedicated shrine for the Pinner Books of Remembrance and a fully-fitted second-floor workspace.
The house continues to be run by The West House and Heath Robinson Museum Trust, a registered charity (no. 1086567). The Trust also runs the Heath Robinson Museum which opened in October 2016 – see the web site of the Museum here.
West House also hosts Study Days organised by Pinner Adult Education Society (PAES).
Our home page photos of the house and the surrounding park are kindly provided by local residents Delia and Danny Cazzato