Pitshanger News

  • Fletcher Flies

    14th Dec 2013
    News has come to us that Bob Fletcher, the popular and highly regarded head teacher of the league-topping North Ealing Primary School will be retiring at the end of the academic year.  We wish him well for the future and will look forward to further participation by the school in PCA events under his successor’s tenure.
  • Local Authors

    14th Dec 2013
    Local author Jeff Pack’s latest book Our House has taken the local literary scene by storm, rising to top place in the list of bestsellers at the Pitshanger Bookshop.  The book is an illustrated history of Jeff’s home in Pitshanger, its various occupants over its 102 year history, the square mile immediately around it, its unusual royal, religious and republican connections and the story of the man who built it – who lost a fortune in property development but died a rich man...
  • Light Up The Lane

    14th Dec 2013
    The rain held off for Light Up The Lane this year, encouraging a huge turnout. Dave Wallis, our Master of Ceremonies, gives us a unique view of the event from the stage looking outwards.
  • PCA Newsletter 74 - October 2013

    28th Oct 2013
    Ealing Half Marathon 2013 - Race Report, Walk the Talk, Calming Up, Hang Out at The Hanger, On the Lane, Sit Vac - Treasurer, Truffle Hunt, Ward Forum Update, Yet Another Scam, Trick or Treat, What's On
  • What's On

    28th Oct 2013
    First of all, a couple of events hosted by Pitshanger Pictures in November: on Saturday 9th November, an expert speaker, Terry Sanderson, will review the life and works of Marlene Dietrich.  After taking in film clips and rare archive material, the evening will culminate with a complete performance, on the big screen, of Dietrich’s legendary one-woman show, recorded in Sweden in 1963.  Then on Saturday 10th November there will a screening of the much lauded
  • Trick or Treat

    28th Oct 2013
    Our local Safer Neighbourhood Sergeant James Ayling has kindly sent us a poster (download here) that can be used by anyone who would prefer not to be disturbed by Halloween revellers out on the trick or treat trail.  Even if you don’t need it yourself you could perhaps print it out for elderly neighbours who might appreciate it.