An established art society held its latest exhibition, featuring work from a number of professional and amateur artists.

Hosted by the Harrow Art Society (HAS), the bi-annual exhibition took place at the West House, in Pinner Memorial Park.

HAS was established in 1934 and is the oldest art society in the borough.

It aims to promote interest in the arts in Harrow, and their membership is open to artists and creative people from all traditions in visual art.

Its exhibition evening was deemed a huge success with a large number of members and guests attending the official opening.

The opening speech was given by Claire Linge of the Health Robinson Museum to celebrate their first exhibition at the West House, Pinner.

A large variety of art across a multitude of media and sizes was displayed, including work by Gordon Adams, Cheryl Gould and Doreen Kern.

There were also pieces from Roy Rodgers, Cookie and Geoff White and Angela Saunders.