Pitshanger News

  • Ada Lovelace Church of England school - consultation

    22nd Oct 2017
    We received an mail from  the North Twyford CoE High School Proposer Group, with its advice about consultation of the Ada Lovelace CoE school. 
  • In the Park

    03rd Oct 2017
    On Friday 30 June a small group of travellers entered Pitshanger Park and set up an encampment. There’s a due legal process for situations like this and council officers, ParkGuard and the local police swiftly assessed what the position was and got the legal process going. In the event, the travellers left of their own accord after four days although about two weeks later they turned up on the playing fields adjacent to Gurnell Leisure Centre from where they were duly...
  • Kent Gardens CPZ – on hold

    03rd Oct 2017
    News from the last Cleveland Ward Forum: after Ealing Council announced the Kent Gardens CPZ was going ahead based on the consultation carried out last year, it received several complaints about the way in which the consultation process was conducted.  The Council didn’t uphold these complaints but a complaint has been made to the Local Government Ombu
  • Lights, Camera, Watch!

    03rd Oct 2017
    Pitshanger Pictures’ autumn season (including my personal favourite – Zulu -  on 21st October: guest ed) starts on Saturday 9th September with a varied and interesting programme of entertaining films over the coming months.  Follow them on @pitshangerpics, Facebook Pitshanger Pictures or join their emailing list by emailing cinema [at] barnabites [dot] org.  I wonder if they ever did find out who was taking down their
  • Street Wars - in the nicest possible sense

    03rd Oct 2017
    Our annual Street Wars was won by the Kent Avenue team, a good evening was had by all and that over £500 was raised to help the PCA support of local good causes especially our Monday Tea Club. Thanks to John Bottom and his partner Steph for compiling a great quiz, as always, and to the Brentham Club for their assistance on the day.
  • PCA support to local good causes

    03rd Oct 2017
    Since 2010, the PCA has donated over £50,000 to local good causes.  This year is no exception thanks to all those who support our events.