HANWELL POLICE STATION
What will be the future of  this attractive, warm red brick building, which now appears to be up for sale/ redevelopment?
Research has shown that it opened in 1884 on the site of a temporary predecessor which, it appears likely, was established to deal with potential trouble from the hundreds of workers involved in the construction of the Wharncliffe Viaduct in 1836-37! What trouble lies ahead for it now? No-one seems to know.

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WANTED!

'Projectionist'

HCF would be grateful for a volunteer to set up and operate projector, screen, laptop

etc. for the Open and other meetings. This frees up the chairman and others to speak

and conduct the meetings. Basic knowledge of PowerPoint and general PC use required.

Training will be given on our existing audio-visual setup. Please phone, write to info@hanwellcommunityforum.org.uk or come forward at a meeting


Help setting up the hall for meetings and ensuring people sign in will be appreciated, too.


Web design and maintenance

Hanwell Community Forum seeks expressions of interest from, in the first instance, Hanwell-based experienced web designers to develop on a paid basis and for an agreed minimum period maintain an accessible, community-orientated website including a user content management system. Work will be funded from a Council grant. Please write with a short description of your experience to The Chairman at info@hanwellcommunityforum.org.uk. A design brief will be made available in due course.


 Licence to Build? 
Dave Newsome’s follow-up on the National Planning Policy Framework (May 2012) click here

Licence to Build?
Dave Newsome’s follow-up on the National Planning Policy Framework (May 2012) click here

Our ability to serve the community depends on volunteer time and effort - can you help? Contact The Chairman of HCF

HANWELL LIBRARY

Work is in progress to renovate and adapt the building. We hope to carry an update soon about the re-opening.

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ROOM 101 or Corridor 1(C)?

If you missed the recent exhibitions at St Joseph and St James' Churches about the proposed changes to road layouts and traffic management in Hanwell and West Ealing, you might like to view these video clips suggested by the planners to illustrate the idea of 'shared space' between traffic and pedestrians, and the sort of 'courtesy crossings' proposed for the Uxbridge Road near the Clock Tower and reversed Cherington Road.  Deadline for return of consultation forms is 5th April. Will you keep it or send it into the Room…?

         Poynton, Cheshire - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-vzDDMzq7d0

        Bern, Switzerland -http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wn2NfUH0G-Q