The Society’s 21st Annual General Meeting will take place on Monday February 20th at the Age Concern Hall in Oxford Road North at 7.30pm.

WCGS Public Meeting Monday 17th October at 7.30pm

A reminder that our next Public Meeting will take place at the Age Concern Hall in Oxford Road North W4 4DN on Monday 17th October at 7.30pm.

We are pleased to announce that there will be a speaker at the meeting who will give us a short talk about the Richmond American University in London that recently moved into new premises in the Chiswick Business Park. We were supportive of their move to the Business Park and hope that you will come along to learn about this university.

Latest News – AGM: Monday, 21 February 2022, 7.30 pm.

The AGM will be on the 21st February at 730.pm.

More information will follow in due course

Latest News: Hogarth Youth Centre Open Day Cancelled

The upcoming Open Evening at the Hogarth Youth Centre, Duke Road W4 2JR on Thursday 18th November has been cancelled. This is due to the wishes of supporters who did not want a face-to-face meeting in view of the Covid-19 situation.

WCGS will continue to support its vital work in our community.

If you would like to make a donation please go to the homepage of their website where you will see a donate button.

To go to the website please click here.

Latest News: Holly House

There is now a planning application for a 24-storey building on the site at Chiswick Roundabout (planning application 00505/EY/P20; p/2021/ ). This was discussed at our meeting on 11th October and features in an article on the Chiswick Calendar – click here to see the article.

WCGS would encourage Members and other local residents to submit comments on this application to the Council’s planning department by Thursday, 4th November.

Latest News: Public Meeting on 11th October at 7.30pm.

We are pleased to announce our next Public Meeting will be in person and will take place on Monday 11th October at the Age Concern Hall in Oxford Road North at 7.30pm.

Latest News – Holly House

There are new proposals for the “Curve” site at Chiswick Roundabout. The development team will be holding 3 online Q&A events for local residents on Thursday 25 February at 7.00pm, Friday 26 February at 1.00pm and Saturday 27 February at 11.00am. These will be broadcast on the project website – hollyhouse.site – which also contains more information about the proposal. Recordings of all the events will be available on the website in the following week.

WCGS would encourage Members and other local residents to attend one of these sessions.

With best wishes,



wcgs_logoOur recent Newsletter provided a summary of Society news since we held our AGM in February 2020. 

Please click here to see it.

AGM Monday, 22nd February 2021 at 8 pm

wcgs_logoThe Annual General Meeting of the Society will be held on Monday, 22nd February at 8 pm. 

This will be a virtual meeting on Zoom.

Members who have informed the Secretary of their intention to attend will receive a link nearer the time.

Coronavirus: A message to our Members and other local residents

wcgs_logoThe Society appreciates the tremendous community effort that is still being made in our part of London and beyond. We hope that all Members and other local residents know how and where they can seek or offer help during these extraordinary times. Rather than try and summarise or repeat advice in a fast-changing situation, we would encourage you to go to the following sources:

Hounslow Council website has a dedicated Coronavirus section providing advice and details of how to obtain or offer help and support – to see it please click here . The website has details of the Community Support Hub set up by the Council and has links to Government and NHS sites for further information.

Vaccination The local vaccination roll-out appears to be going well. I am delighted that I had my first dose last week at the Chiswick Health Centre – if you have not yet had yours, do get it as soon as you are invited. In the UK and many other countries when we get our vaccine it will be free. Sadly many people are not so fortunate and will not get a vaccine because they/their country cannot afford the cost. The average cost of a vaccine is £15. When you have had your free vaccine, why not donate the equivalent cost to those who are less fortunate? There are several charities running special campaigns, for example, Unicef has a special appeal for coronavirus vaccine support. It is aiming to deliver 2 billion Covid-19 vaccine doses for health workers and the most high risk people on our planet.


Stay strong, stay well, Stay home!

Marie Rabouhans