Pitshanger News

  • On The Lane

    20th Jul 2013
    One of the scarier sights seen on Pitshanger Lane recently was a lycra-clad John Martin preparing for his upcoming thriathlon on Sunday 28th July. John was posing for passing shoppers astride his triathlon bike hooked up to a static training rig, which looked as though it was set on minimum resistance.
  • St Barnabas Proms

    20th Jul 2013
    One of the highlights of our thriving local music scene is the St Barnabas Summer Proms, which start on Saturday 20th July and run through to a special Last Night Of The Proms concert on Friday 9th August. Admission for each evening concert is £10 (£5 for young people), except for the 'Last Night' Gala which will be £20, and the 'Come and Sing' Creation which will be £6. There are no advance ticket sales as the church is large enough to accommodate all comers.
  • Green Flag Bid for Pitshanger Park

    20th Jul 2013
    The Ealing Council Park Ranger Team told us recently that they've put Pitshanger Park forward for a Green Flag Award. This award scheme, run by Keep Britain Tidy for the Department of Communities and Local Government recognises "well managed parks and open spaces for all to enjoy". That's good news, we thought, until we heard that the Green Flag judges would be visiting the park the day after Party In The Park when the park tends not to be looking its pristine best.
  • Senior Tea Party

    20th Jul 2013
    It has become a keenly anticipated highlight of the Autumn social scene, and once again the PCA will host an 'Autumn Tea Party' for our senior members at the Brentham Club on Monday 9 September from 3-5pm. Eligible members – those over 70 years of age - have been sent invitations and are encouraged to reply promptly.
  • Behind the Scenes at the Museum

    20th Jul 2013
    When Gunnersbury Park Museum recently offered community groups and local historians a "behind the scenes" tour of the museum, PCA Committee members John Waters and Kelvin Walker jumped at the chance.
  • Where Are They Now?

    20th Jul 2013
    We knew the PCA Newsletter had a wide readership, yet were surprised recently to receive an e-mail from a former Pitshanger resident now living in Australia.

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