The William Heath Robinson Trust (Registered Charity No. 1011312) has been established to conserve and exhibit the collection of the works of William Heath Robinson made by his daughter, Joan Brinsmead. The Trust also seeks to add to the collection, to foster study of the artist and his work and to make the full scope of his achievements more widely known.

"I heartily support the Heath Robinson Museum, and I wish it all the success it deserves for celebrating the memory of this great man." Philip Pullman. Click Here to read the full text of Philip Pullman's testimonial to Heath Robinson and the new museum.

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The project to build a William Heath Robinson museum in the London Borough of Harrow has reached a pivotal point with the start of building work at West House, Pinner, North London.

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West House, Pinner

Designs for the new museum at West House and for the permanent exhibition to go inside it are complete and building work has started. Go to the Museum page to see visualisations of the building and its galleries and other spaces.

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We now have a "gallery" on our site showing some of the wonderful items in the collection. Click Here.


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