• Chairman - Debbie Edwards

    Joined the PCA in 2004 as secretary and handed over that role to Linda Rivans in 2014. Took over the reins as chair summer 2016. When not PCA'ing, Debbie is an adoring grandmother and performs on stage with Julian Light Operatic.
  • Membership - John Waters

    I was co-opted onto the main PCA Committee in 2010 having been part of the Events Team for the preceding five years and took over the role of Events Manager for Party in the Park and Light up the Lane. In September 2012, upon the retirement of Jan Vaughan, I became the Membership Secretary. In 2015 I stepped down from the events team but continue to be an event volunteer. Apart from my involvement with the PCA I am Treasurer of Northfields (W5) Shooting Club, the Assistant Membership Secretary for the Friend’s of the London Transport Museum in Covent Garden and in addition I am a voluntary Lock Keeper on the Grand Union Canal at the Hanwell Flight.
  • Treasurer - Greg Swarbrick

    Greg works as Head of Healthcare outcomes for Bupa UK, finding evidence about the quality and effectiveness of treatments as well as of private doctors and hospitals, care homes and health clinics. He has lived in Ealing since 1997 when he started on British Airways' graduate scheme where he then managed the development of airline co-operation for 7 years, and is married with children who study at a local school.
  • Secretary - Linda Rivans

    Linda (with an i!) joined the committee in 2014 and is now Secretary
  • Belinda Harrison

    My name is Belinda and I am the owner of Harrison's Vintners & Delicatessen on Pitshanger Lane. As well as owning a business on the Lane, I also do most of my shopping and dining on it! I enjoy good relationships with my customers and members of the community and joined the PCA with the hope of putting something back into it and keeping a good relationship and level of communication between the traders and the PCA. I live in Hanwell with my partner and two children aged 14 and 16 and enjoy swimming, pilates and travelling.
  • Lesley Higgs

    I am a PCA committee member and I also help out at the tea club which is supported by the PCA. I have lived in the area for more than 20 years and I was a teacher at Brentside School and also worked as a local authority consultant for literacy. Pitshanger is a great place to live as a retired person with so many groups and activities to chose from and all the advantages of Pitshanger Lane and easy access to central London. I joined the PCA committee because I believe the PCA makes a very positive contribution to the life of the community and I hope to play a part in that.
  • Ingrid Waloff

    Ingrid has lived in Ealing for a total of more than 30 years, first as a child, and then returning 10 years ago. She is an experienced business strategist whose career has spanned both the public and private sectors, and she now works freelance part time for a number of London and South East based companies and enterprises. Before joining PCA she served on a pension trust board; and as a committee member and treasurer for a sports club. When not in Pitshanger she can be found in the Haute Savoie, walking in the summer and skiing in the winter