• Colne Valley Park newsletter

      February 14, 2020

      The latest Colne Valley Park newsletter is available here

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    • Stop HS2 fact sheet

      February 14, 2020

      We have been asked to share the information contained within this factsheet from “Stop HS2”

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    • HS2 works – closure of footpath

      February 14, 2020

      Notice of works at Dews Lane & footpath closure from HS2:

      High Speed Two (HS2) is the new high speed railway for Britain. As part of the railway’s construction they are continuing preparatory works within Hillingdon.

      U34 Footpath Closure
      The U34 Public Right of Way is currently partially closed from Dews Lane to Harvil Road. This closure is being ... Read more

    • HS2 Design Engagement: Have your say on HS2’s Common Design Elements

      January 3, 2020

      HS2 would like to invite your feedback on the design of HS2’s Common Design Elements planned for the Phase One route between the West Midlands and London.

      Common Design Elements are parts of the railway with a standardised appearance which will give it a recognisable look and make it more efficient to build. They include frequently used structures, ... Read more

    • Soprano Dame Emma Kirkby to be President of Harrow Choral Society

      January 3, 2020

      Renowned soprano Dame Emma Kirkby, famous throughout the world, is to take up the post of HCS’s President in the New Year following the retirement of the current President.

      With her remarkably pure soprano voice, Dame Emma became a leading figure in the Early Music revival of the ‘70s, singing with many ensembles such as the Consort ... Read more


      December 20, 2019

      HUNDREDS of local people descended on Michael Sobell Hospice, Mount Vernon Hospital, on Saturday morning, to attend the grand re-opening of the Hospice Inpatient Unit (IPU) after the completion of a three-month refurbishment and redevelopment project.

      The Hospice IPU, which closed due to health and safety issues 18 months ago, is now fully refurbished and will see ... Read more

    • Help for rough sleepers

      December 20, 2019

      Given the current inclement weather, the following links can be used to report rough sleepers, so that they can have access to help:

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    • Meeting about Surface Water Flooding – save the date!

      November 8, 2019

      21st November in The Stables from 5.30pm-7pm

      Meeting Update – Thank you to everyone who reported surface water flooding to Thames Water, as they will now be at this meeting. Please remember Thames Water will only interact with those directly affected they will not respond to a third party so  you need to attend in person. 

      ERA asked for ... Read more

    • Heath Robinson Watercolours

      November 7, 2019


      A delightful exhibition of watercolours painted by the internationally known artist Heath Robinson has opened at the Heath Robinson Museum.

      Heath Robinson trained as an artist at the Royal Academy Schools and always saw himself as an artist. He earned his living as an illustrator and cartoonist – ... Read more

    • Recent Flooding in Eastcote

      October 12, 2019

      It is my personal opinion that the rainfall and flooding experienced last week in Eastcote was greater than that in 2016.

      The total rainfall over the area as a whole has triggered the need for the council as Lead Local Flood Authority to compile a report on the areas which flooded, what happened, what can be done ... Read more