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A Note From The Chairman On The July, 2018 AGM

A Note From The Chairman On The July, 2018 AGM

I would like to thank everyone who attended and contributed to a very lively meeting. It was very well supported and it is evenings like those that remind us that there are still big issues to be addressed and that we as an organisation do […]

Brackenbury Residents Association Annual General Meeting, Tuesday, 3 July 2018 at 7.30 pm

Brackenbury Residents Association Annual General Meeting, Tuesday, 3 July 2018 at 7.30 pm

NOTICE OF THE 2018 AGM Our ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING will be held on Tuesday, 3 July 2018 at 7.30 p.m.at the Grove Neighbourhood Centre in Bradmore Park Road and we hope as many members as possible will be able to attend. The new committee are […]

Hammersmith Summer Festival 2018 Begins

Hammersmith Summer Festival 2018 Begins

Thank you HammersmithLondon for sharing on NextDoor! Picnic in the Square Monday – Wednesday, 18-27 June Lounge in the sun or dine al fresco in Lyric Square on our free deckchairs and picnic tables from 12-3pm. Free Ping Pong Throughout the summer, why not grab […]

Hammersmith Grove Street Sale, Saturday 16th June

Hammersmith Grove Street Sale, Saturday 16th June

After a successful first time event last year, we’re delighted to announce the return of the Hammersmith Grove Street Sale which will take place on the afternoon and evening of Saturday 16th June. The event is run by locals for locals and we hope to […]

Canine Behaviour – Wednesday 21st March

Canine Behaviour – Wednesday 21st March

What: Canine Behaviour – the key to a well-behaved hound Where: The Duchess of Cambridge When: Wednesday 21st March Author Nigel Reed – ‘The Dog Guardian’ – reveals his easy to follow method for a happy and well-behaved dog in a 30 minute talk. A bestselling author on […]

Kite Studios Winter Fair on 25th November

Kite Studios Winter Fair on 25th November

Join Us on 25th November for our Winter Fair! The Winter Fair at Kite Studios on Bassein Park Road (off Askew Road) is also raising funds for West London Action for Children www.wlac.org.uk, a fantastic local charity that helps children and families in need. There will […]

Addison Jazz Songs on the Theme of Day & Night – December 2

Addison Jazz Songs on the Theme of Day & Night – December 2

Addison Jazz – Songs on the Theme of Day & Night With the Addison Jazz Choir, Jazz Ensemble and Jazz Trio. Saturday 2nd December 2017 @ 7.30pm St. Andrew’s, Fulham Fields, Greyhound Rd, London W14 9SA (map here ) Free street parking available. Our end […]

Re-development of Hammersmith Town Hall

Re-development of Hammersmith Town Hall

We have been asked to circulate the attachment, an update from the leader of our council, Steve Cowan, about plans for the re-development of Hammersmith Town Hall, a cinema and new public square and ensure everyone is aware of the consultation dates. Consultation events will […]

Hammersmith Bridge closure – October half term 2017

Hammersmith Bridge closure – October half term 2017

Please click here to download the letter from LBHF regarding the Hammersmith Bridge closure.

The GNC Autumn Fete – 14 October 2017 – 1 to 3pm

The GNC Autumn Fete – 14 October 2017 – 1 to 3pm

Grove Neighbourhood Centre Autumn fete 2017 SATURDAY 14 OCTOBER 2017, 1-3PM Jewellery, Clothing, Shoes and Accessories including Designer, Clothes Rail, Clairvoyant Tombola, Gifts, Homebake, Books, Raffle, Plants, Bric-a-brac, Hot food Admission: Adults £2, Seniors £1, Children free Grove Neighbourhood Centre – 7 Bradmore Park Road, […]

Lyric Fest – Lyric Hammersmith Gala 24 Sep 2017

Lyric Fest – Lyric Hammersmith Gala 24 Sep 2017

Fabulous stars join with Lyric young artists for a unique evening of entertainment to fundraise for the Lyric’s life changing programmes with young people. Join your hosts Mel Giedroyc formerly of The Great British Bake Off  and Nathan Bryon star of ITV sitcom Benidorm and a former Young Lyric member […]

H&F Council hails remarkable response after terror attack in Parsons Green

H&F Council hails remarkable response after terror attack in Parsons Green

Hammersmith & Fulham Council has paid tribute to members of the community for their incredible response to the terrorist incident in Parsons Green last Friday morning. Emergency services, local business owners and residents all came together to help everyone affected after a bomb partially exploded […]

Town Hall development

Town Hall development

The developer of the scheme which received planning consent in 2014 has reported that the proposals are no longer viable. Cllr Steve Cowan, leader of the Council, is initiating a new design, generally following the height limits of the former scheme, and including a cinema, […]

Still time to speak out on changes to 266 and 391 buses

Still time to speak out on changes to 266 and 391 buses

Transport for London is consulting on proposed changes to bus routes in Hammersmith and Fulham and the wider area of West London in response to the launch of the Elizabeth line, better known as Crossrail, in December 2018. Under the proposals, some bus routes will be altered […]

SNT July 2017 Crime Report

SNT July 2017 Crime Report

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Wellesley avenue planning Proposal

Wellesley avenue planning Proposal

Plans have been submitted for a huge redevelopment of the garage on Wellesley Avenue. Please see this link for more information. A neighbours’ meeting will take place on Thursday 6 July at 7pm, at the Thatched House pub on Dalling Road. The final date for […]

The H&F response to the Grenfell Tower fire

The H&F response to the Grenfell Tower fire

Please click here to be redirected to the LBHF website. The response covers the following points: Cladding passes safety checks, Letters to residents, Window panels to be replaced at Charecroft Estate, Fire patrols, Sprinklers, Listening to residents, Families being housed in H&F, Grenfell Tower Response […]

Open air Cinema in Ravenscourt Park in August and September

Open air Cinema in Ravenscourt Park in August and September

Location: Ravenscourt Park, Ravenscourt Avenue Hammersmith W6 0SL 4 August: Doctor Strange 5 August: Pretty Woman 6 August: Ghostbusters 1 September: The great Gatsby 2 September: La La Land For information/booking please click here.

New funds for future of H&F theatres and arts groups

New funds for future of H&F theatres and arts groups

Theatres and arts groups in Hammersmith & Fulham will share in an £8.6million funding boost over the next four years. Arts Council England has pledged annual grants to six centres until 2022, giving financial security into the future. Two of the biggest beneficiaries are the […]

The Brackenbury Parklet is finally here!

The Brackenbury Parklet is finally here!

Brackenbury Residents Association welcomes the initiative from London Borough of Hammersmith to install a ‘Parklet’ in the centre of Brackenbury. The Parklet is proving a popular place to meet –  particularly when the weather is good. Being near our local deli we now have something […]

Landmark House

Landmark House

A planning application for a hotel and offices on the site of Landmark House, between the back of Boots/M+S and the main road, is currently being considered by LBHF. Following widespread concern at the height of the hotel tower, the application design was amended, and […]

‘The Great Get Together’ 17 and 18 June

‘The Great Get Together’ 17 and 18 June

Residents across Hammersmith & Fulham are being urged to ‘get together’ on the 17 and 18 June, as part of a national celebration of what we have in common. The Great Together, being held in memory of the late Jo Cox MP, will see dozens […]

Consultation on basement conversions

Consultation on basement conversions

Hammersmith & Fulham Council wants to know what local residents and businesses think about two frequent planning issues. National permitted development rights allow developers and homeowners to convert the basements of residential properties without seeking planning permission. Some say developers digging-up and extending of basements […]

SNT April 2017 Crime Report

SNT April 2017 Crime Report

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Badge Saying ‘Please Offer Me a Seat’ Now Available

Badge Saying ‘Please Offer Me a Seat’ Now Available

A new badge helping to make travelling easier for Londoners who find it difficult to stand is now available. The blue Please Offer Me a Seat badge is available to disabled passengers and those with hidden conditions, illnesses and injuries, to help them find a […]

SNT March 2017 Crime Report

SNT March 2017 Crime Report

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Race Night in aid of Action Against Hunger – Saturday 6 May

Race Night in aid of Action Against Hunger – Saturday 6 May

Holy Innocents are hosting a race night in aid of Action Against Hunger, a global charity which works to ensure every-one can access clean water, food and health care. The event will be held in the Upper Hall, 6.30pm for a 7pm start on Saturday […]

Addison Singers classical concert on Sat 25 March.

Addison Singers classical concert on Sat 25 March.

This Spring our Addison Singers classical concert is at St. Peter’s Church, Acton Green W4 on Sat 25 March. Dvorak: ‘Mass in D’ Howells: ‘Te Deum’ Skempton: ‘He Wishes for the Cloths of Heaven’ Joubert: ‘O Lorde, the maker of al thing’ Patterson: ‘When Music […]

H&F Boundary Change Consultation Attracts Hundreds of Comments

H&F Boundary Change Consultation Attracts Hundreds of Comments

Local people now asked to make further comments before 27 March deadline A public consultation on controversial plans to change constituency boundaries in Hammersmith and Fulham has received hundreds of comments from members of the public, councillors and local organisations. As we reported last September, […]

A message from Thames Water

A message from Thames Water

“We will soon be starting the next section of work to replace the water pipes along King Street and Queen Caroline Street. The new large plastic pipes are much stronger and will ensure that we continue to provide a top quality service. Our pipe replacement […]

Stonemasons Arms – Steak & Wine Night every Thursday

Stonemasons Arms – Steak & Wine Night every Thursday

Starts March 9th and continues weekly, every Thursday from 6pm There aren’t many better combinations out there than Red wine and Steak, and if you agree we have the perfect night for you! Our steak menu offers superb cuts from our Hampshire Butchers such as […]

QUIZ NIGHT at the Thatched House 29 March 2017

QUIZ NIGHT at the Thatched House 29 March 2017

QUIZ NIGHT  Plus two course meal PRIZE £100 Wednesday 29 March 2017 at the Thatched House, Dalling Road Meal 7-7.30pm      Quiz 8 pm Cost: £20 per person (maximum per team: 4 members but 2 member teams accepted. Alternately I can team people with others) Proceeds donated […]

‘Triangle Site’: PUBLIC MEETING Monday 13 February 2017

‘Triangle Site’: PUBLIC MEETING Monday 13 February 2017

Leader of the Council Steve Cowan invites us all to a public meeting on Monday 13 Feb 6pm in the Playfair Room at the Town Hall to talk about the proposed Triangle development on Beadon Road and Hammersmith Grove. The public enquiry is due to […]

New focal point in Brackenbury Village

New focal point in Brackenbury Village

Some of you will have noticed the removal of parking bays and the rather ghastly road fencing outside Brackenburys Delicatessen on Aldensley Road. The council removed these two parking bays as part of a safety review of this blind corner – this has become more […]

Holy Innocents Church Public Forum on 6 February and 7 March

Holy Innocents Church Public Forum on 6 February and 7 March

Planning the Way Ahead – Public Forums Monday 6th February 7.30pm and Tuesday 7th March 7.30pm We are holding two public forums in the Church ahead of this year’s Annual Meeting. This is an opportunity to come together and talk openly about the future of […]

Two new bus routes to cut air pollution in H&F.

Two new bus routes to cut air pollution in H&F.

Two new bus routes have been approved to cut air pollution in Hammersmith & Fulham. The low emission bus zones – which run from Uxbridge Road to Shepherds Bush and from Chiswick High Road to Kensington – will feature new hybrid and cleaner buses by […]

February half term closure of Hammersmith Bridge

February half term closure of Hammersmith Bridge

Repair work in February half term will require closure of Hammersmith Bridge. These are interim repair works to the road surface to keep the bridge in use until a full refurbishment – currently scheduled for late 2018. The bridge will be closed to motor vehicles […]

Pictures and Prints auction on 25th January

Pictures and Prints auction on 25th January

25 Blythe Road – London’s Specialist Auctionneers Harry Moore-Gwyn – British and Continental Pictures and Prints Auction at 1.30pm on 25th January 2017 Please click here to download information leaflet. 25 Blythe Road London, W14 OPD Tel: +44 (0)20 7806 5541 Mobile: +44 (0)7748 103440 […]

Ravenscourt Park scoops top culture spot in Time Out awards

Ravenscourt Park scoops top culture spot in Time Out awards

Award-winning Ravenscourt Park has gained yet another accolade after being voted a top culture spot by the public in a popular London-wide awards. Ravenscourt Park was voted the winner in the ‘Local Culture, Hammersmith’ category in the third annual Time Out Love London Awards, which […]

Hammersmith Ping Pong Parlour a great success!

Hammersmith Ping Pong Parlour a great success!

The Ping! Festival continues to be enjoyed at Kings Mall Shopping Centre in Hammersmith. Table Tennis England, in partnership with Sing London and Kings Mall, has provided a Ping Pong Parlour from late August until early December for people of all ages and backgrounds to […]

Council welcomes £275m development in Hammersmith

Council welcomes £275m development in Hammersmith

Hammersmith & Fulham Council has welcomed a new £275million office and retail development set to attract up to 2,500 new jobs. The building in 245 Hammersmith Road, Hammersmith, will be 12 storeys tall with space for restaurants, a cafe and a new plaza with grass […]

Save the date! BRA Xmas event 9th December

Save the date! BRA Xmas event 9th December

There will be a Brackenbury Residents Association Christmas event on Friday 9 December. We will send more information to all members very soon.

A message from Andy Slaughter MP

A message from Andy Slaughter MP

“Keep Hammersmith United The Boundary Commission for England has been instructed by the Government to reduce the number and change the boundaries of Parliamentary seats.  If you currently live in the Shepherds Bush part of the Hammersmith seat, the Commission proposes moving you to new […]

SNT September 2016 Crime Report

SNT September 2016 Crime Report

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MEET THE COMMISSIONER OF THE METROPOLITAN POLICE

MEET THE COMMISSIONER OF THE METROPOLITAN POLICE

Residents are invited to meet the Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe, at an open meeting taking place in the borough on 4th October 2016. Please see the attachment for full details.

H&F urges residents to ‘immediately stop using’ problem tumble dryers

H&F urges residents to ‘immediately stop using’ problem tumble dryers

Hammersmith & Fulham Council has launched a new campaign to keep residents safe following the recent tower block fire in Shepherds Bush Green. London Fire Brigade (LFB) has confirmed that an Indesit tumble dryer is believed to have caused the major tower block blaze at […]

GNC Autumn Fete 15th October

GNC Autumn Fete 15th October

Grove Neighbourhood Centre Autumn fete 2016 SATURDAY 15 OCTOBER 2016, 1-3PM Jewellery, Clothing, Shoes and Accessories including Designer, Clothes Rail, Clairvoyant Tombola, Gifts, Homebake, Books, Raffle, Plants, Bric-a-brac, Hot food Admission: Adults £2, Seniors £1, Children free Grove Neighbourhood Centre – 7 Bradmore Park Road, […]

H&F Council proposing new measures to protect residents from construction noise

H&F Council proposing new measures to protect residents from construction noise

Residents will get more protections from construction noise thanks to new measures proposed by Hammersmith & Fulham Council. H&F Council’s Cabinet agreed to consult on revised policies to protect residents against disturbance from nearby developments. The changes form part of wider revisions to the council’s […]

H&F 2016 Brilliant Business Awards – Vote now!

H&F 2016 Brilliant Business Awards – Vote now!

Vote for your favourite firm or nominate your own local business The Hammersmith and Fulham Brilliant Business Awards are back in 2016 with a chance for everyone in the borough to vote for their favourite local firms. If you’re a customer you can nominate your […]

ICC Elders Programme Autumn 2016

ICC Elders Programme Autumn 2016

Tea Dance 20 October All are welcome to our Thursday afternoon Tea Dances, 1.30pm – 4.30pm with the finest musicians playing a little of everything – Irish – Folk – Jazz – Country – Pop! Something for everyone’s taste! We will have Finbar Black providing […]

Updated Brackenbury Residents Association website

Updated Brackenbury Residents Association website

From now on you will not need to log in to access the BRA website. We would also like to develop the forum section of the website, so feel free to use it and find recommendations for local business or services. Visit us on http://brackenburyresidents.co.uk

Unity Day on Sunday 17 July

Unity Day on Sunday 17 July

The event Join us for Unity Day on Sunday 17 July. March against racism: 11.30 am from Shepherds Bush Green to Ravenscourt Park Celebration rally: 1-4pm in Ravenscourt Park: Live music performances Full line-up of speakers Food from around the world Everyone welcome Parking suspensions […]

Community Shows Solidarity with King Street’s Polish Centre

Community Shows Solidarity with King Street’s Polish Centre

The local community has rallied round and shown its support for Hammersmith’s Polish Social and Cultural Centre, after a graffiti attack on its doors on Sunday 26 June. Parents and children from two local primary schools, Brackenbury and John Betts visited the King Street Centre […]

Residents welcome to plant flowers under trees in new council scheme

Residents welcome to plant flowers under trees in new council scheme

In a new initiative, Hammersmith & Fulham Council is working with green-fingered residents to add a splash more colour to brighten their streets and neighbourhoods. The innovative new scheme means that local residents are invited to plant flowers, herbs and shrubs at the base of […]

Addison Singers upcoming events

Addison Singers upcoming events

The Addison Jazz Choir continue their free Pop-up concerts around Hammersmith, in which they sing a selection of 4/5 pieces from: Paper moon, Sandman, Where or When, Balm of Gilead, Halleluja, over a 30 minute period. * Monday 20th June @ 7pm, outside Waitrose at […]

H&F funding is helping charities change lives

H&F funding is helping charities change lives

Hammersmith & Fulham Council is helping charities and other voluntary organisations change lives in the borough – and saving residents’ money at the same time. There are a wide range of local organisations helping residents, such as caring for the elderly, activities for young people […]

Studland Street closure 26-27 July

Studland Street closure 26-27 July

Please be advised Thames Water have two frame and covers that require to be replaced, to facilitate the works Studland Street will be closed on the 26 July from 19:00 until 27 July 05:00. Local diversions will be in place.

H&F ArtsFest 6-12 June 2016 programme

H&F ArtsFest 6-12 June 2016 programme

HF ArtsFest is coming soon and events are being booked up fast. The festival, supported by Hammersmith & Fulham Council, will be the biggest ever and booklets with details of every event from 6 to 12 June are now available. Highlights include: A performance by […]

Winning Head Chef at the Stonemasons Arms

Winning Head Chef at the Stonemasons Arms

Stonemasons Arms Head chef Gavin has just won Fuller’s chef of year, beating off competition from all the other pubs, getting to the final with 5 other chefs and serving a 3 course meal for the judges which included legendary French chef Pierre Koffman. Congratulations […]

H&F Healthy & Fit Hackathon, Sat 14 May

H&F Healthy & Fit Hackathon, Sat 14 May

What is a hackathon? It’s a fun and creative ideas marathon. People from all sorts of backgrounds will work together, designing innovative solutions to tricky challenges. What’s it about? The health of young people in Hammersmith & Fulham. Too many young people find it hard […]

Recruiting new Home-Start volunteers – we need your help!

Recruiting new Home-Start volunteers – we need your help!

Home-Start Westminster are currently recruiting volunteers for their next Prep Course in May, and would be really grateful if you could talk to your friends and family about it. Attached is a poster which you could also stick up in your child’s school, or nursery, […]

Hammersmith Choir welcome new singers for prestigious concert!

Hammersmith Choir welcome new singers for prestigious concert!

The Addison Singers Oratorio Choir invites new members in all voices to join them for their summer term. Recent successful concerts have included the Verdi ‘Requiem’ and Handel’s ‘Messiah’ in London, as well as a memorable performance of the Mozart ‘Requiem’ in St Stephen’s Cathedral, […]

Fulham Symphony Orchestra Concert 19th March

Fulham Symphony Orchestra Concert 19th March

Fulham Symphony Orchestra Saturday 19 March 2016, 7.30pm Hammersmith Town Hall, London W6 9JU – Ravel – Alborado del Gracioso – Ravel (arr. Grainger) – La vallée des cloches – Chausson – Poeme de l’amour et de la mer (Catherine Hopper mezzo soprano) – John […]

Glenthorne Road Project – Meet the team evening

Glenthorne Road Project – Meet the team evening

The meeting will take place at the Stonemasons Arms, on Monday 14th March, from 18:00 onwards. Please click here for more details.

GROVE NEIGHBOURHOOD SPRING FETE – SAT 19TH MARCH 2016 – 1 to 3 P.M.

GROVE NEIGHBOURHOOD SPRING FETE – SAT 19TH MARCH 2016 – 1 to 3 P.M.

Please download the details here. We hope to see you there.

Reminder – King Street closure in April

Reminder – King Street closure in April

Please be advised that in order to accommodate the Cycle Super Highway, King Street will be closed between Queen Caroline Street and Bridge Avenue on the 24 – 25 and 25 – 26 April to facilitate survey works. Works will take place between 22:00 – […]

SNT January 2016 Crime Report

SNT January 2016 Crime Report

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Brackenbury Residents Spring Social February 24th

Brackenbury Residents Spring Social February 24th

Our next Spring Social will be on February 24th, 7:00 – 9:00 pm at Godolphin and Latymer. It will be your chance to have a friendly chat and a drink with your neighbours, fellow residents, your local MP and Councillors. There’ll be delicious food snacks […]

SNT December 2015 Crime Report

SNT December 2015 Crime Report

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ANTIQUES VALUATION DAY 23rd February

ANTIQUES VALUATION DAY 23rd February

25 BLYTHE ROAD LTD – an association of international specialist auctioneers based in London, will be hosting a free valuation day, offering saleroom estimates and advice on paintings & drawings, photographs, antique arms, armour & militaria, jewellery, silver, ceramics, and European and Asian works of […]

Lyric theatre unveils its spring season

Lyric theatre unveils its spring season

Theatre lovers can fill their diaries for the coming months as the Lyric has unveiled a variety of exciting productions for the spring season. The New Year starts off in provocative style following a £20million expansion and refurbishment partly funded by Hammersmith & Fulham Council. […]

Join the Christmas festive cheer at the Town Hall

Join the Christmas festive cheer at the Town Hall

If you’re over 60 and don’t have plans for Christmas Day, then why not come and celebrate with hundreds of other residents instead? Up to 300 of the borough’s older residents will celebrate Christmas Day together at Hammersmith Town Hall this year. The council’s Christmas […]

Panto season opens at the Lyric Hammersmith

Panto season opens at the Lyric Hammersmith

Cinderella opens on November 21, with tickets already selling fast. You can find out more and book tickets online. Cinderella is suitable for ages six and upwards, while for younger children and their families, Raymond Briggs’ beloved Father Christmas is flying back to the Lyric for the […]

A message from Cllr Stephen Cowan about bin collections

A message from Cllr Stephen Cowan about bin collections

I am writing to let you know that the Council is NOT in any circumstances going to reduce bin collections. You may have been misled by the Conservative Party’s petition and news web site that this is a possibility. They are wrong. I appreciate that […]

Addison Singers Jazz concert Saturday November 21st

Addison Singers Jazz concert Saturday November 21st

A night of music from TV and Film The Addison Jazz choir, Ensemble and some top musicians will be popping a Christmas cracker of a concert full of music from TV shows and films that you love. We will have fun with original arrangements of […]

New Overnight Closures on Hammersmith Flyover

New Overnight Closures on Hammersmith Flyover

Transport for London has announced further overnight closures on the Hammersmith Flyover, beginning October 14. TfL says that, though the major strengthening and refurbishment works to the flyover were completed on-time in early September 2015, it is important that from time to time, it inspects […]

Heart and Lung Convenience Store Pops Up at Kings Mall

Heart and Lung Convenience Store Pops Up at Kings Mall

The Heart and Lung Convenience Store  at Kings Mall is offering visitors a fascinating glimpse into the future of healthcare. The store, devised by Imperial College National Heart and Lung Institute, is a one-off collection of interactive exhibits and installations exploring how medicine is becoming […]

SNT September 2015 Crime Report

SNT September 2015 Crime Report

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ACAVA Private View  SATURDAY AND SUNDAY 12-6pm 10th & 11th October

ACAVA Private View SATURDAY AND SUNDAY 12-6pm 10th & 11th October

You are warmly invited to the ACAVA Private View SATURDAY AND SUNDAY 12-6pm 10th & 11th October. Michèle Jaffé-Pearce shall be showing new works which hopefully you’ll come and see. The following sculptors, painters, printmakers and photographers  will also be opening their doors: Caitlin Blakenhorn, […]

SNT August 2015 Crime Report

SNT August 2015 Crime Report

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Thatched House Official Re Opening

Thatched House Official Re Opening

Thatched House Official Re Opening Wednesday 16th Sept 6pm to 9pm Come along for some Cheese & Wine and a chance to meet your neighbours and have a giggle. We look forward to see you. Tom Gavaghan & team.

Holy Innocents Church, Paddenswick Road – 13 September Event – Queen Longest Serving Monarch

Holy Innocents Church, Paddenswick Road – 13 September Event – Queen Longest Serving Monarch

The Church of The Holy Innocents, Paddenswick Road A Service of Thanksgivingfor the Long and Prosperous Reign of HM Queen Elizabeth II Sunday, September 13, 2015 at 10:00 a.m. Lunch to follow at the Thatched House Pub Please contact administrator@HISJ.Co.UK to book spaces by September […]

Lyric’s new boss sets the stage for the theatre’s new chapter

Lyric’s new boss sets the stage for the theatre’s new chapter

The Lyric theatre has appointed a new executive director who will take up the reins in the autumn. Sian Alexander will take charge of the award-winning venue in King Street, Hammersmith. “I’m delighted Sian Alexander will soon join us as our new executive director,” said […]

Open air cinema: The Shawshank Redemption – September 20

Open air cinema: The Shawshank Redemption – September 20

Sun Sep 20, 2015 8pm – 10pm London, at Ravenscourt Park. Tickets £10. Please click here for more information.

Hammersmith Flyover Works Finally Complete

Hammersmith Flyover Works Finally Complete

Major work to strengthen the Hammersmith Flyover in west London is now complete meaning an end to the regular weekend and night time closures which have caused traffic problems in West London. Work still needs to be done to clear the work site around the […]

Hammersmith Grove residents oppose storm relief sewer plan

Hammersmith Grove residents oppose storm relief sewer plan

Residents of Hammersmith Grove have launched a campaign against the possible siting of a storm relief sewer in Astrop Terrace and Hammersmith Grove itself. Thames Water has just held a series of public consultations about possible new sites for the Counters Creek sewer, which it […]

Council cutbacks?

Council cutbacks?

At this time of year overhanging hedges or trees can be a nuisance, particularly if they encroach onto pavements and pathways. They are the responsibility of the owner of the land they are situated on and the owner has a legal obligation to keep them […]

NOTICE OF THE 2015 AGM – Tuesday, 7 July 2015

NOTICE OF THE 2015 AGM – Tuesday, 7 July 2015

BRACKENBURY RESIDENTS ASSOCIATION – NOTICE OF THE 2015 AGM BRA’S ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING will be held on Tuesday, 7 July 2015 at 7.30 p.m. at the Grove Neighbourhood Centre in Bradmore Park Road. We hope as many members as possible will be able to attend. […]

Hidden gem revealed in garden centre of the year

Hidden gem revealed in garden centre of the year

Life under the rail arches of Ravenscourt Park tube station just took a turn towards the unexpected, as the W6 Garden Centre revealed the W6 Garden Centre Café. “This is our way of celebrating the great city we live and work in”, says W6 Creative […]

Charity pop-up in Brackenbury on May 27

Charity pop-up in Brackenbury on May 27

We are hosting a charity pop-up on May 27th at 62 Tabor Road from 10am-7pm, in aid of the Restore Research charity. We fund medical research into burns and scarring, as well as helping those who face pyschological problems as a result of being badly […]

Hammersmith United Charities Open Gardens Saturday 13 June 2015

Hammersmith United Charities Open Gardens Saturday 13 June 2015

Our two lovely sheltered housing gardens in Hammersmith will be open on Saturday 13 June from 2pm to 5pm. Contact us: 6 Glenthorne Mews, London W6 0LJ Tel: 020 8741 4326 Info@hamunitedcharities.com For more information please click here.

Tea Dance at the Grove Neighbourhood Centre 28 May 2015

Tea Dance at the Grove Neighbourhood Centre 28 May 2015

Toe to Toe, Spring (chicken?) is in the air, Wallflowers and Dapper Flappers Welcome The Grove Neighbourhood Centre in Bradmore Park Road Hammersmith will be hosting their 2015 Spring Tea Dance with live music by the “Denis Smith Trio” on the 28th May from  2:00pm […]

GNC PUTS ITS BEST FETE FORWARD ON SATURDAY 25TH WITH A GREAT SPRING FETE

GNC PUTS ITS BEST FETE FORWARD ON SATURDAY 25TH WITH A GREAT SPRING FETE

Come along and have a fun afternoon.  There’s bric a brac, books, home bakes, clothes and accessories, a clairvoyant, a raffle with some great prizes, and much more. Please click here for more information.

SNT March 2015 Crime Report

SNT March 2015 Crime Report

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Another successful Social from BRA

Another successful Social from BRA

On Thursday 19th, more than 100 members and guests turned out at the Godolphin & Latymer School Hall to celebrate our 16th year. It was a splendid evening with delicious wines and mouthwatering food once again provided by our local deli Brackenburys. Gatherings like this […]

Part King Street closure April 4-6

Part King Street closure April 4-6

Please be advised King Street will be closed between Queen Caroline Street and Bridge Avenue to facilitate a crane operation. The closure will take place on 4th April from 06:00 until 6th April 05:00. The closure has been coordinated around the Hammersmith Flyover closures. Advanced […]

Lyric Theatre Reopens 11 April

Lyric Theatre Reopens 11 April

The Lyric Theatre is reopening with the much-loved musical Bugsy Malone – and people living or working in Hammersmith & Fulham have the chance to see it for free.The theatre reopens in April after a multi-million pound redevelopment to tell the tale of gang warfare […]

Brackenbury Residents Spring Social 19 March

Brackenbury Residents Spring Social 19 March

SAVE THE DATE! Dear BRA member, It’s that time of year again – when we all get together in the Godolphin & Latymer School Hall for a drink and a chat with other BRA members, neighbours and local councillors. Entry is free and so is […]

New Farmers Market next to the river

New Farmers Market next to the river

A new weekly farmers’ market has been launched in the garden of the The Black Lion Pub in South Black Lion Lane, next to the river. The market is open every Saturday from 9am – 1pm outside the newly renovated Skittle Alley which now houses […]

Contemporary new home for the iconic Riverside Studios

Contemporary new home for the iconic Riverside Studios

The Riverside Studios building in Hammersmith is currently used as a recording studio and cinema but in its heyday was home to live TV programmes such as Doctor Who and Dixon of Dock Green. The new scheme with Mount Anvil and A2 Dominion will see […]

Emery Walker’s house Tours before refurbishment

Emery Walker’s house Tours before refurbishment

You have from March 2 to the end of June before the house of the printer and collector, Sir Emery Walker, is closed for refurbishment. This important historic house – at 7 Hammersmith Terrace – was the home of the printer and collector Walker for […]

Good Shepherd and Brackenbury crowned champions in skittleball clash

Good Shepherd and Brackenbury crowned champions in skittleball clash

Teams from 25 primary schools across the borough competed to become this year’s skittleball champions on Tuesday February 3 and Wednesday February 4. Year Three (seven and eight-year-olds) played the first day while Year Four (eight and nine-year-olds) took part on the second. Brackenbury primary, […]

Hammersmith and Fulham’s Hammersmith Flyunder plans

Hammersmith and Fulham’s Hammersmith Flyunder plans

H&F Council’s plans for a Hammersmith ‘flyunder’ are another step closer to reality after the scheme was backed along with four similar projects. The Mayor of London on Monday (February 9) named five major traffic routes in London that could benefit from submersion, following a […]

Last minute ticket sales for the Barn Dance!

Last minute ticket sales for the Barn Dance!

Fundraiser for GNC Upper Hall, Holy Innocents Church Paddenswick Road, W6 0UB 7:00 – 10:00pm on Saturday February 21st 2015 Free drink on arrival & refreshments available there after Donation of £10 for adults and £2 for children Enquiries/Ticket Sales: Please contact Theresa, Dennis or […]

Neighbourhood Watch Fraud Awareness Event, 10 February

Neighbourhood Watch Fraud Awareness Event, 10 February

In order to help to let local residents  know about the most common types of fraud, how to avoid them and what to do if you are a victim of fraud, the Hammersmith & Fulham Neighbourhood Watch Association is hosting a fraud awareness event on […]

Grove Neighbourhood Centre & Brackenbury Residents Association 2nd annual Barn Dance

Grove Neighbourhood Centre & Brackenbury Residents Association 2nd annual Barn Dance

Fundraiser for GNC Upper Hall, Holy Innocents Church Paddenswick Road, W6 0UB 7:00 – 10:00pm on Saturday February 21st 2015 Free drink on arrival & refreshments available there after Donation of £10 for adults and £2 for children Enquiries/Ticket Sales: Please contact Theresa, Dennis or […]

Lottery funding success for Arts and Crafts partnership

Lottery funding success for Arts and Crafts partnership

William Morris Society and Emery Walker Trust secure Heritage Lottery Fund investment for major Arts and Crafts Hammersmith project An exciting partnership between two organisations dedicated to celebrating and sharing the stories of two Arts and Crafts pioneers and their Hammersmith homes has been awarded […]

Public Lecture at Godolphin & Latymer: Clare Balding

Public Lecture at Godolphin & Latymer: Clare Balding

Clare Balding Keeping the Olympic Spirit Alive Thursday 26th February, 7.30pm Television presenter, journalist and former amateur jockey, Clare Balding OBE, was the star of the television coverage of the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, winning a BAFTA Special Award and RTS Presenter of the […]

Christmas and New Year recycling and rubbish collections

Christmas and New Year recycling and rubbish collections

We are helping you recycle more this Christmas by keeping disruption to collection days to a minimum. Only four collection days will change; all other collection dates will remain the same. The CHANGED dates are to be found here. You may also find information in these links: Xmas […]

The Snow Queen – Children’s Theatre on December 19th and 20th in W6

The Snow Queen – Children’s Theatre on December 19th and 20th in W6

Friday 19th December at 3.30pm Saturday 20th December at 2.30pm Following the success of The Wind in the Willows this summer, W6 Garden Centre is proud to invite you to a magical adaptation of the classic Hans Christian Anderson tale ‘The Snow Queen’. The Snow […]

SAY NO TO HEATHROW EXTENSION

SAY NO TO HEATHROW EXTENSION

There is only a short time left for comments (we have complained to the Davies Commission about the short time for the consultation). But people only need to say a bit as we’re trying to gauge strength of feeling, eg mention the following facts New […]

20% off everything at West Six Garden Centre this weekend!

20% off everything at West Six Garden Centre this weekend!

Christmas shopping weekend spectacular and café grand opening on 29th and 30th November 2014 To celebrate the opening of the new Café at West Six and to start Christmas season with a BANG – this weekend we are kicking off Christmas with a whopping 20% […]

Verdi’s Requiem this coming Saturday to commemorate World War I

Verdi’s Requiem this coming Saturday to commemorate World War I

Addison Singers Oratorio and Chamber Choirs with the Brandenburg Sinfonia conducted by David Wordsworth. Saturday, 22 November, 7.30pm. The Verdi is promised to be an epic with an orchestra of around 75, and a choir of 150 with professional soloists. Please click here for the […]

SNT October Crime Report

SNT October Crime Report

There appears to be a small group of individuals who are targeting the elderly at the moment. They approach elderly, FEMALE victims at their homes and persuade the victim that urgent building work is required in their property or dehumidifiers need fitting in the loft, […]

Roadworks in the Hammersmith Area

Roadworks in the Hammersmith Area

Where to expect traffic delays in the days ahead Roadworks A219 Shepherd’S Bush Road, London, Hammersmith And Fulham 14 November — 14 November Delays likely Traffic control (give & take) Works location: A219 Works description: Dm01a Maintenance Of Flow Meters In Manholes, Out Of Hours, […]

Christmas Comes to Lyric Square on December 6

Christmas Comes to Lyric Square on December 6

With a visit from Santa and his reindeer, lights music and 25 foot high tree Christmas celebrations in Hammersmith’s Lyric Square will begin on Saturday December 6 with a visit from Santa Claus, bringing his reindeer and snowy festive owl with him. Children are invited […]

Appeal to Find Missing Hammersmith Woman

Appeal to Find Missing Hammersmith Woman

Patricia Dolton has not been seen for over a fortnight Police in Hammersmith and Fulham Borough are appealing for the public’s help in locating a missing vulnerable woman from Hammersmith. Patricia Dolton, 68, of Brackenbury Road W6 was reported missing to police today, Monday 10 […]

Grove Neighbourhood Centre Annual General Meeting 12th November

Grove Neighbourhood Centre Annual General Meeting 12th November

You are invited to attend the Grove Neighbourhood Council’s AGM on Wednesday 12 November 2014 at 7.30. The guest speaker is Local Councillor, Caroline Needham who will be giving a talk on “Living in a Community”.  Venue is Grove Neighbourhood Centre,  7 Bradmore Park Road, Hammersmith W6 0DT. For […]

The Parish of Holy Innocents and St Johns

The Parish of Holy Innocents and St Johns

AUTUMN and WINTER Concert Programme 2014 SUNDAY SESSION 9th November – 4pm New Music from Discantvs and friends New composers, new music, choral music and instrumental pieces exploring the fascinating world of modes…and a chance to talk to the composers. Tickets on the Door: £10 […]

Ravenscourt Park Firework Display – Saturday 8 November

Ravenscourt Park Firework Display – Saturday 8 November

Gates open at 6pm and children’s fireworks will take place at 7.15pm. Celebrations will culminate with a fantastic firework display choreographed to music at approximately 8pm. Tickets will be able to be purchased in advance for a 25 per cent saving – £6 per person […]

Grove Neighbourhood Centre Super Sale

Grove Neighbourhood Centre Super Sale

Dear Friends The Grove Neighbourhood Centre is having a Super Sale next Thursday and we ask for your help promoting the event, as you are aware the GNC is a self funding community centre and monies raised help to ensure that the good works done […]

The Triangle site Planning Forum Tuesday 28 October

The Triangle site Planning Forum Tuesday 28 October

The council are holding a planning forum for the Triangle site on Tuesday 28 October from 6.30pm to 8.30pm in the Courtyard Room at Hammersmith Town Hall. If you are interested in attending, please contact Joney Ramirez by email at Joney.Ramirez@lbhf.gov.uk.

Opportunity with Brackenbury Residents Association Can You Help?

Opportunity with Brackenbury Residents Association Can You Help?

  EVENTS ORGANISER NEEDED We are looking for somebody to take over from Christina Smyth as our events representative. On average, we hold 4 events per year and in the past year, we have increased the number of BRA events to 5. We are particularly […]

SNT Crime Roadshows

SNT Crime Roadshows

Please find attached a PDF advertising the upcoming crime roadshows being organised by the Hammersmith & Fulham Safer Neighbourhood Board and H&F Police.  SNT Crime Roadshow There are three events being held in October and residents are welcome to attend any of them. However, for […]

Holy Innocents Church Winter Concerts 2014

Holy Innocents Church Winter Concerts 2014

AUTUMN and WINTER Concert Programme 2014-2015 Holy Innocents Winter Concerts SUNDAY 12th October – 6pm WEST 6 SERIES – Bridge String Quartet with Hiroaki Takenouchi, piano Haydn         Quartet op 76 no. 5 in D Mozart        Piano Concerto no.14 in E flat K449 Chopin        Piano Concerto […]

SNT September Crime Report

SNT September Crime Report

SNT NEWS 2014 SEPT

Choral Evensong at Holy Innocents Church – Sunday 5th October

Choral Evensong at Holy Innocents Church – Sunday 5th October

There will be a service of Choral Evensong at Holy Innocents Church (Paddenswick Road) on Sunday 5th October (6 pm). The music will include an Introit by Tchaikovsky, Canticles by Charles Wood and the anthem “My soul, there is a country” by Hubert Parry.

ACAVA Artists: Open Studio Weekend 27th and 28th September 2014

ACAVA Artists: Open Studio Weekend 27th and 28th September 2014

You are warmly invited to the ACAVA Private View: Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th September – 12-6pm ACAVA STUDIOS IMPRESS HOUSE VALE GROVE ACTON W3 7QH Brackenbury resident Michele Jaffe-Pearce will be showing new works:     The following sculptors, painters, printmakers and photographers will […]

Pipoca Opens Furniture Shop in Brackenbury Road

Pipoca Opens Furniture Shop in Brackenbury Road

Pipoca has taken on the old sub-post office premises which had remained empty for several years. Pipoca supplies vintage and upcycled furniture and is passionate about bright and interesting pieces. All items are individually sourced, re-designed and of excellent quality. Pipoca adds a new lease of life to […]

Addison Singers Looking For New Members

Addison Singers Looking For New Members

The Addison Group of Singers is our local choir group, established in 1979; we have several BRA members in the choir(s), and AGS volunteers often come to lead carols at the Xmas village event. Whether your preference is for classical music or jazz, experienced or […]

Ravenscourt Park ‘Fun’ Dog Show – 6 September!

Ravenscourt Park ‘Fun’ Dog Show – 6 September!

The show starts at midday with registration from 11am. FUN FOR ALL! Dog Show Classes (£1.50 per entry): Best rescue dog; Best young handler; Best crossbreed; Best puppy; Best pedigree; Best in show.   In addition to the dog show, there will be FREE dog microchipping; […]

What do you think of our NHS Trust? Speak up on 2nd September

What do you think of our NHS Trust? Speak up on 2nd September

The inspectors will be listening to what you have to say at 6.30pm on Tuesday 2 September at White City Community Centre, India Way, London, W12 7QT. Anyone who has an interest in what happens to our healthcare services won’t want to miss this meeting. […]

Chiswick Decorative and Fine Arts Society – Free Session 30 Sept

Chiswick Decorative and Fine Arts Society – Free Session 30 Sept

The newly-formed Society is part of the National Association of Decorative and Fine Arts Societies (NADFAS www.nadfas.org). The society has a free taster lecture on 30th September at The Polish Centre on King Street at 8.00 pm. Places can be booked via info@chdfas.org.uk. Further information […]

BRA Response to Quaker Meeting House Development

BRA Response to Quaker Meeting House Development

Quaker Meeting House – proposed redevelopment at 30-32 Bradmore Park Road W6 0DT LBHF ref 2014/01207/FUL. BRA Response to Quaker Meeting House We have carefully reviewed the proposed design for the Quakers Meeting House on Bradmore Park Road,  and would request that your consideration of […]

TV Programme Participation

TV Programme Participation

Keo Films is making the new documentary series, The Ladykillers (working title), about 4 female pest controllers and their work for BBC 2. It’s a very family friendly series, and as part of it, from July to mid-September, if you have a cockroach, mouse or rat […]

BRA Summer Garden Party –   Sat 19 July!

BRA Summer Garden Party – Sat 19 July!

The date has changed to  Saturday 19 July! Brackenbury Residents Association are holding a summer garden party from 4 – 7pm in Sycamore House garden, a hidden oasis tucked away in Sycamore Road. The garden won Bronze for Large Community Garden from the London Garden Society […]

Glenthorne Road / Beadon Road Zebra Crossing Relocation

Glenthorne Road / Beadon Road Zebra Crossing Relocation

From Nicky Moodley, Project Manager, Transport and Technical Services Department: As a result of construction works at the Kings Mall car park site the council will be relocating the zebra crossing in Glenthorne Road from the west to the east side of Overstone Road – […]

Hammersmith Library Reopening Party – July 2

Hammersmith Library Reopening Party – July 2

The restored Hammersmith Library is reopening to the public on Monday 30 June at 10am. It will be open Monday to Thursday 10am-8pm, Friday and Saturday 10am-5pm, and Sunday 11am to 5pm. All residents are invited to a party to celebrate this on Wednesday 2 July […]

Public Consultation for New Quaker Meeting House – 1 July

Public Consultation for New Quaker Meeting House – 1 July

Venue: Grove Neighbourhood Centre, Lower Hall, Bradmore Park Road from 6 –  9 pm. The New Quaker Meeting House will provide a place for worship for Hammersmith Quakers and the wider Quaker community in the 21st and 22nd centuries. Our weekly Quaker meetings for worship, which are […]

RCM Halls of Residence Redevelopment – Drop In Session – 11 June

RCM Halls of Residence Redevelopment – Drop In Session – 11 June

See the link below to the invite from Marcus McDonald, Director of Finance & Estates at the Royal College of Music. It includes an invite for members to a  ‘drop-in’ event at College Hall on 11 June from 3 – 7 pm for further information on the construction programme […]

Brackenbury Residents Association AGM Notice & Agenda – 8 July 2014

Brackenbury Residents Association AGM Notice & Agenda – 8 July 2014

See the following link to the Agenda for the 2014 AGM Notice of 2014 AGM. Could newsletter buddies please print a copy for their recipient? Venue: Grove Neighbourhood Centre, 7 Bradmore Park Rd, Hammersmith, London W6 0DT. Starts at 7.30 pm. See the AGM-Minutes-2013.      

Anglesea Arms – Back in Business!

Anglesea Arms – Back in Business!

Great news! We’ve not lost a much loved local and gained new owners under George and Richard Manners, formally – The Atlas, Swan, Fox, Dartmouth Castle.   To book call 0208 749 1291. @_AngleseaArmsW6 The old management team moved to the Earl Spencer in Wandsworth

Emery Walker House Open For Guided Tours

Emery Walker House Open For Guided Tours

The Emery Walker House at 7 Hammersmith Terrace is now open for guided tours from April to October 2014. It is the last authentic Arts and Crafts interior in Britain. Tours are held every Saturday at 11.00, 12.30 and 2.00 and on some selected Sundays […]

Brackenbury Oral History Project

Brackenbury Oral History Project

Imran Ahmad of Hammersmith Grove (and also a new BRA member) runs a company called Spoken Portrait – a professional voice recording service for capturing the personal stories and past memories of a person to pass on as a legacy gift to their families and […]

12 Hammersmith Grove – Works set to Begin

12 Hammersmith Grove – Works set to Begin

Development Securities PLC has appointed construction giant Wates to build the neighbouring 12 Hammersmith Grove, and says work on site will begin immediately. See the following link to the website. “The scheme will play an important part in the regeneration of Hammersmith’s town centre, attracting first-class […]

Choral evensong – Holy Innocents – 25th May 2014

Choral evensong – Holy Innocents – 25th May 2014

Choral evensong at Holy Innocents is on Sunday 25th May at 6pm.  We will be singing: Introit: God so loved the world (John Stainer) Magnificat & Nunc Dimittis:  Noble in B minor Anthem:  Let all the world in every corner sing  (Ralph Vaughan Williams) Collection: Clark’s (HI Charity)

Poppies for Heroes

Poppies for Heroes

Poppies for Heroes is a UK wide campaign with the aim of covering the whole of the country with poppies to commemorate the centenary of all those who lost their lives in the First World War. But how did the poppy become the icon of […]

New Community Safety Representative

New Community Safety Representative

Please welcome Tom Carew Hunt who has joined the committee as the new Community Safety representative. Tom will liaise with members, Safer Neighbourhood team, Neighbourhood Watch, Police and the Council to help eradicate crime and anti-social behaviour, and support a safer Brackenbury community.  

Sovereign Court Latest

Sovereign Court Latest

  The second update meeting by St George on the Sovereign Court development was held with local residents at the Stonemason’s Arms on Tuesday 29th April. Perhaps due to the tube strike, or bad distribution of an invite to the meeting, or maybe general lack […]

Give Us Your Views….

Give Us Your Views….

Our website is now complete.  The Forum is up and running and ready for all our members to join in. You can access the forum when you’re logged in to the website from the top right hand  of the menu. It has always been our […]

Holy Innocents Summer Concerts

Holy Innocents Summer Concerts

Saturday14th June – 7.30pm  – Opera Integra In Concert. Featuring opera scenes from favourite composers. Tickets on the Door: £12 (£10 Concessions) Sunday Session 22nd June – 4pm – Clariphonics Clarinet Quarter. An eclectic programme includes arrangements of Classical works, contemporary compositions, Klezmer and jazz. […]

Treasurer Sought for BRA

Treasurer Sought for BRA

Our current Treasurer, Alice McMillan  will be leaving in July so we’re looking for a local resident who would be interested in becoming Treasurer and a committee member. You’ll need to comfortable working with numbers, but that otherwise it is not a particularly onerous role. […]

Going Up! 12 Hammersmith Grove

Going Up! 12 Hammersmith Grove

The developer behind 10 Hammersmith Grove has announced that it has secured funding for neighbouring building 12 Hammersmith Grove and will begin work on the site next month. Development Securities says that SWIP Property Trust will commit £92 million to forward-fund 12 Hammersmith Grove, the […]

Meet the Artist – Michèle Jaffé-Pearce

Meet the Artist – Michèle Jaffé-Pearce

BRA member, Michèle Jaffé-Pearce is exhibiting her paintings  at 113 Askew Road. Join her for drinks & nibbles on Thursday 1st May 2014 from 6 – 8 pm. More info available in the Meet The Artists Poster  The exhibition is running until mid-June. “Using Abstraction […]

New Brackenbury Tree

New Brackenbury Tree

Mark Waters, H&FC Arboricultural Officer, informed us this week that a Prunus ‘Umineko’ tree, jointly funded by the Brackenburys Café’s notice board collection and Brackenbury Residents Association, was recently planted on the corner Aldensley Road, opposite Brackenbury Road.  Mark sent this information about the tree. “The tree is an […]

Three years To Build Self-financing Hammersmith Flyunder

Three years To Build Self-financing Hammersmith Flyunder

A tunnel replacement for Hammersmith Flyover could take just three years to build and release around £1 billion worth of former highway land to help pay for the works. These are the key findings of Hammersmith & Fulham (H&F) Council’s ‘flyunder’ feasibility study which was […]

Brackenbury Residents Association Spring Social!

Brackenbury Residents Association Spring Social!

The association’s Spring Social event will be take place on Monday 17th March.This will be a great opportunity for you to mingle with other residents, committee members, your local councillors and MP over a glass of wine and nibbles. The venue is Godolphin and Latymer school, Iffley […]

The New Planning Court

The New Planning Court

There is probably an air of relief in our council’s planning department at the moment – even a smile on their faces.  How come? A new Planning Court will be launched this summer to fast-track disputes over major developments through the legal system. According to […]

King Street plans approved

King Street plans approved

Hammersmith & Fulham Council’s planning applications committee approved the regeneration scheme, from King Street Developments Hammersmith Ltd (KSD) – a joint venture between Helical Bar plc and Grainger plc, at a meeting on 12 November. Subject to verification by the Mayor of London, the planning […]

Brackenburys Deli Event

Brackenburys Deli Event

Brackenburys W6 (Aldensley Road) is getting ready for Christmas so look out for some exciting new stock in the next week or so from Baby Stilton (cheaper than Wholefoods!) to Panettone. Looking for a great centrepiece? Order a large Gingerbread house which is handmade in […]


Welcome

Welcome

Welcome

Jubiliee 1Brackenbury Residents Association represents an incredibly vibrant community of local residents and their families who seek to make Brackenbury a better place for the future by working to maintain and improve the quality of life for us all.

We do this by looking after the interests of our community in local planning & development, traffic and parking, maintenance of trees and shrubs, communal facilities, tackling litter and nuisance, supporting local  businesses, and in the general improvement of the Brackenbury area. We have good relationships with our local councillors so we can have a significant voice on any issues affecting us.

This website is intended to provide a source of information about the Brackenbury area, issues and events which affect the community. As well as providing members with information, we’d also like you to inform us about things which affect you by sharing your views and experiences with our members via the members forum.

We always welcome new members, and you can join by submitting the form on the Membership page and paying the annual subscription of £3.