You are invited to...
The launch of a neighbourhood forum for the Heathrow Villages.
Where and when?
Thursday 27th November, 6:30pm – 9pm, Sipson Community Centre (Sipson Way, Sipson, Middlesex, UB7 0DP ).
Meet at 6:30pm for refreshments and introductions.
To do what?
To officially launch the Heathrow Villages Forum and start influencing community planning issues.
We need to:
Confirm the boundary of the area to be included in our neighbourhood plan, agree our constitution, elect the committee and officersand plan our next event, which will be a community consultation in the Heathrow Villages
If you have any queries or suggestions, please visit our website or contact us by email: email@example.com
Please pass this invitation on to any others who might be interested.
We are proud to announce that Berkley Meadows Playground will be refurbished in the early part of 2015 as part of its Chrysalis Programme.
Over the past year many new trees have been planted and picnic benches have been put in place. The play area (pictured below) will be increased in size and be completely refurbished.
Something we are looking forward to and welcome in Heathrow Villages.
We will update you once this has occurred.
Please contact us if you would like any further information.
Cllr Peter Money, Cllr June Nelson and Cllr Manjit Khatra
Your local Labour Councillors
Gearing up for the annual village Christmas events now!
Monday 1st December, 3:30pm, set up from 2:30pm, Sipson Road, beside Zayani restaurant/ opposite the Post Office
Once again Heathrow Primary School Choir will be singing carols, Cherry Lane Children’s Centre will be running Christmas decoration making, and volunteers will be running a raffle and serving drinks and snacks for our annual Christmas gathering in the village. It has been very cheering to find these groups have all contacted me this year to confirm the event is happening and get organised -all our hard work in getting the events going in previous years has paid off, and we have created some firm shared village traditions that I believe can and very much hope will continue into the future.
Following last year’s very sad theft of the village Christmas tree, we have taken a different tack and planted a lovely cherry tree to call our village tree. It is still young, but doing well, and in years to come we hope to display lights on that to mark the season. This year, as the tree is still a bit small to decorate, we will use the surrounding trees on the green to ensure we can enjoy our usual count down to Light the Lights!
The poster is attached, please tell all your friends and family, do come along and join us, and if you can spare the time, we’d appreciate help with setting up the gazebos, serving drinks, and selling raffle tickets on the day – all help welcome! We also would like to display posters in the village, so if you can do so, please pop into Hair By Jackie’s from this Thursday to collect one or more.
In previous years this event has had a brilliant turn out from across the community, I’m hoping this year will be no exception!
An update from the Safer Neighbourhood Team:
Just to let you know there was a burglary on the 3rd of November
2014 between 800 – 1645 hours on Holloway Lane. If you could let
neighbours know to keep everything locked and keep an eye out for any
suspicious people in the village.
PCSO 7160 XH
Safer Neighbourhood Team
Metropolitan Police Hillingdon
Phone: 07917013238 /
0203761265 / 02087212557
HEATHROW POLICE Station, POLAR PARK SNT, UB7 0DG
The film of the WW1 event held in the village on 20th June 2014 is now available. It is 35 mins long. If anyone wants a copy we are selling them for £10 which goes towards the cost of producing it.
You can email firstname.lastname@example.org or she will be available in the church tonight, with copies on the 13th November for the launch of the STOP HEATHROW EXPANSION campaign.
Yet again more rubbish/ fly-tipping has accumulated after the weekend outside the Harlington Hospice, High St Harlington. This time the street was blocked and residents using wheel chairs or children in prams could not pass.
We have reported this to the Council and it has now been cleared up.
We have requested for CCTV at this fly-tipping hotspot and the petition still has not been heard by the Council.