Local Events

Events for the next 30 days. If you want to see the full calendar of events, click here

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Arts, Community, Green Spaces, Social, Sport, Committee Meetings

  • HS2 Surgery

    Tuesday April 23, 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm

    Ruislip Manor Library

    HS2 are holding a number of consultation events where residents will have the opportunity to find out more and raise any questions or concerns

  • Gardening Session

    Thursday April 25, 9:30 am to 12:30 pm

    Eastcote House Gardens

    Join this ever expanding Volunteer Group and make new friends and have fun while keeping fit doing a bit of Gardening or Conservation. No experience necessary. Tools & refreshments provided.

    Meet in the Eastcote House Gardens- gardeners compound.

  • Bat Walk

    Saturday April 27, 8:15 pm

    Woodland Centre

    Join us on a Bat Walk and, with the help of hand-held bat detectors, identify the different types of bats found at the Lido. The meeting point is outside the Woodland Centre on the beach at Ruislip Lido at 8:15pm. The walk should finish around 10pm. Please bring a torch and a bat detector, if you have one.

    Adults £2, Children £1.

    Children are welcome but not dogs on this walk please.

    NOTE: If it has rained within 2 hours of the start the walk will not take place as the bats will not come out. Check twitter for an update: @RuislipWoods
    Any further info please email: secretary@ruislipwoodstrust.org.uk

  • Gardening Session

    Friday May 3, 9:30 am to 12:30 pm

    Eastcote House Gardens

    Join this ever expanding Volunteer Group and make new friends and have fun while keeping fit doing a bit of Gardening or Conservation. No experience necessary. Tools & refreshments provided.

    Meet in the Eastcote House Gardens- gardeners compound.

  • Gardening Session

    Friday May 10, 9:30 am to 12:30 pm

    Eastcote House Gardens

    Join this ever expanding Volunteer Group and make new friends and have fun while keeping fit doing a bit of Gardening or Conservation. No experience necessary. Tools & refreshments provided.

    Meet in the Eastcote House Gardens- gardeners compound.

  • Eastcote Bowling Club Open Day

    Sunday May 12, 10:00 am to 1:00 pm

    Eastcote Bowling Club

    BOWLS OPEN DAY – SUNDAY 12TH MAY 2019 – ANYTIME BETWEEN 10.00AM & 1.00PM

    JUST TURN UP AND PLAY FOR FREE.
    Come and try your hand at Lawn Bowls. Equipment will be provided. All ages and abilities are welcome. Bring your family and friends. Refreshments will be available. Please wear trainers or flat soled shoes.

    HOW TO FIND US: We are located in Cavendish Park, Field End Road, Eastcote HA4 9PG (just behind the Cavendish Pavilion).

    FOR MORE INFORMATION:

  • Guided Tree Walk – Eastcote House Gardens

    Sunday May 12, 1:30 pm

    Eastcote House Gardens

    Join a friendly group to walk around Eastcote House Gardens and Long Meadow to see and identify the many varied trees.

    Sunday 12th May starting at 1.30pm. Free Event but booking essential please contact Lesley Crowcroft :- lesley.crowcroft@gmail.com

    Further details see:- www.eastcotehousegardens.weebly.com

  • Dovecote – Eastcote House Gardens – open to the public

    Tuesday May 14, 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm

    Eastcote House Gardens

    Dovecote open 1.30 – 3.30 on Tuesday. Free Event

    All subject to confirmation, please see website for details nearer the dates. www.eastcotehousegardens.weebly.com

  • Moor Park Arts Society Morning Talk

    Wednesday May 15, 10:15 am

    Winston Churchill Theatre

    “Zaha Hadid – The Architect”
    By Anthea Streeter

    Before her untimely death, Dame Zaha Hadid was one of the most distinguished architects in the world. She was also a talented designer. Her work is exciting because she developed a new form of architecture, setting it free by rejecting 90 degree angles. Her early abstract paintings are interesting, in which she revealed her visionary world – no definition, lines converge and gravity disappears – all conceived before advanced computer software. From her early sharp-angled buildings she developed a fluid architecture where floors, ceilings and walls – and even furniture – form part of the overall design. Thus many of her later structures are extruded to the most extreme organic shapes, in what she called a “seamless fluidity”.
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    Complimentary coffee/tea available from 10:15am, lecture at 10:50.
    Open to all; donation on the door of £5.00 each is invited.
    Free car parking available.
    Contact: www.moorparkdfas.com

  • Gardening Session

    Thursday May 16, 9:30 am to 12:30 pm

    Eastcote House Gardens

    Join this ever expanding Volunteer Group and make new friends and have fun while keeping fit doing a bit of Gardening or Conservation. No experience necessary. Tools & refreshments provided.

    Meet in the Eastcote House Gardens- gardeners compound.

  • Plant & Book Sale – Eastcote House Gardens

    Saturday May 18, 11:00 am to 2:00 pm

    Eastcote House Gardens

    Second hand Book & Plant sales. The sales are held in the gardener’s yard behind the Walled Garden.

    All subject to confirmation please see website for details nearer the dates. www.eastcotehousegardens.weebly.com