A new exhibition on Chiswick by professional local artists and photographers will be in the atrium of Clayton Hotel, 626 Chiswick High Rd from 7th September – 28th October 2017.
It will feature 17 local artists and photographers including Jon Perry who has supplied us with some photographs for this website.
Photos We hope that you enjoy the range of photos now on the website. You will see that many of them are by local photographer, Jon Perry, whom we commissioned to provide a portfolio of some of the interesting features from the streets and buildings within our patch. Others are taken by members of the Society.
For example, this photo of the magnificent wild flower meadow in Gunnersbury Park was taken recently by our chairman. If you haven’t been to the park lately, it is well worth a visit to see the meadow and to view the progress being made on the regeneration. The wraps are off the large mansion and the new café is taking shape.
A new leaflet on forthcoming events in the park is available – please click here.
Members of the Society, and all residents of the area, are invited to our Public Meeting.
This is a good opportunity to hear about the latest developments:
Please come and have your say on these vital matters affecting the quality of life in your area. Bring your friends and neighbours .
Our Guest Speaker is the Stephen Hine of the Brentford & Chiswick Local History Society.
Drinks in the garden after the meeting.
To see the latest news on developments in the East Brentford/Gunnersbury area then click below:
At present, only developers can appeal planning decisions. Civic Voice (Click here to see the website of Civic Voice) is encouraging you to sign a petition to ‘give communities back the right to decide where houses are built.’ This petition calls for a parliamentary debate on the Government’s Housing and Planning policy over building on greenfield land and seeks community right of appeal on planning decisions and the removal of the presumption in favour of sustainable development.
The petition needs 10,000 signatures to receive a government response. If it receives 100,000 signatures, the petition will be considered for debate in Parliament.
Please notify your family and friends and ask them to consider signing. The petition is here: https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/177333
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Marie was interviewed by ChiswickBuzz. Topics discussed were the successful opposition to the Chiswick Curve, the value of our Heritage assets, G15 and the Great West Corridor Plan.