by loukit |
June 14, 2016 · 00:19
Information about travellers pitching up on Wyke Green prompted a reccy on Thursday 9.6.2016. Toured the area by a neighbour, around the green where they had first located then across to Wyevale but advice from their car wash crew was that the vans had cleared off the day before.
Later that morning Hounslow Council’s parks team advised of the actions taken to reclaim Wyke Green including by way of this notice of direction.
A missing post allowed easy access to Wyke Green recently
Residents near Wyke Green raised how easy it had become to access it due to a missing lockable post by Jersey Road; glad to say that by the afternoon the space was more secure with a replacement. Carillion were also asked to remove a few black sacks, left relatively tidily.
Lockable post now in place at Wyke Green to limit future unexpected visits
Coincidentally the next day, Councillors, in our weekly update bulletin Members Matters, received a briefing on Travellers which can be found here.
The advice included details of who to contact if you become aware of travellers camping in the borough.
Police: call the police non-emergency number 101
Parks: Carillion, the council’s parks contractor who’ll make the initial assessment, telephone 0845 456 2853 or email Hounslow.firstname.lastname@example.org
by loukit |
June 12, 2016 · 22:34
One of the numerous sports clubs in Osterley & Spring Grove Ward, Osterley Bowls Club on St Marys Crescent celebrated 80 years at St Marys Crescent today.
Non stop matches, six rinks on the go all day at the Osterley Bowls Club 80th birthday event
The Mayor and Deputy Mayor were there for the grilled meat earlier on today but I had the pleasure of tea and cake later.
They knew we were coming so they baked a cake
Early participants in the Osterley Sports Network, Osterley Bowls Club always welcomes new members and more information on how to take part can be found here . All are welcome to have a try. Their website also has photos from today’s happy event.
Game still on at Osterley Bowls Club since 1936
Will continue to pursue a review of the Osterley Station controlled parking zone to make it easier for players to participate; those woods can be heavy to carry. Also supporting the club with its efforts to capture funds to upgrade basic facilities of the council owned clubhouse.
Filed under CPZ, Events, Great West Road, H28 bus, Leisure, Middlesex, Neighbourhoods, Osterley, Parking
Tagged as Bus route H28, Jersey Gardens, Osterley & Spring Grove, Osterley Library, Osterley Sports Network, Parking
by loukit |
June 3, 2016 · 11:56
Under varied names but in the borough since the 1950s, Greenwood Osterley Archers have been in Isleworth since 1973. First at the Conquest Club and since 2002 subletting space from Grasshoppers RFC at Macfarlane Lane, the former United Biscuits sports ground owned by Hounslow Council since 1992.
Proposal for the new £9.7m Grasshoppers RFC facility at the Conquest Club to be funded by Hounslow Council
There was a council cabinet decision in March 2016 to sell the UB sports ground, part to the Education Funding Agency for another free school and the rest to BSkyB raising £3.7m. In addition to that amount, cabinet also agreed to borrow a further £6m to build and relocate Grasshoppers RFC to a brand new facility on the northern part of the Conquest Club, next to the proposed Nishkam Free School.
Greenwood Osterley Archers on a Sturday morning shoot at Macfarlane Lane
Concerned that these changes would render it homeless, I accepted an invitation to the archery club at one of its Saturday morning shoots to discuss securing is medium and long term future and later arranged a meeting with the leader of the council, Councillor Steve Curran.
Greenwood Osterley Archers Mia, Marie, Sailesh, Alan and Lynette with Councillor Steve Curran and Suzie Munnery of the LBH Sports and Public Health Team at the Indian Gymkhana
We met at the Indian Gymkhana last night to discuss a way forward and Steve Curran confirmed that Grasshoppers RFC should allow the GOA should stay at Macfarlane Lane until their move. It was also agreed that the council would work to find an alternative permanent site for the archers within the borough and this would include examining how GOA could be incorporated within the proposed new free school and BSkyB development.
Further information about Greenwood Osterley Archers may be found here and about Grasshoppers RFC here.
Filed under Events, Health, Leisure, Osterley, Schools, Sky
Tagged as Conquest Club, EFA, Free Schools, Hounslow Council, Nishkam, Osterley & Spring Grove, Planning, Syon Lane, White Lodge Club