Welcome to the
Richford Street Resident's Association
(Hammersmith, West London, UK)
Next Meeting - Monday 24 September 2007 @ 8pm; host Diana No.34
All enquiries to: enquiries at RichfordStreet dot com
Richford Street Residents' Association is an informal membership group which exists to improve the quality of life for people living in Richford Street (including Richford Gate), Richford Mews, Astrop Terrace, and Astrop Mews. It meets about once every three months. We try to ensure that the standard of local services is maintained and developed, and stay in touch with councillors, council officers, and other organisations as required.
This site acts as a record for notes of recent meetings and other local information which may be helpful.
If you want to be informed about future meetings, please email us - enquiries at RichfordStreet dot com.
Hammersmith and Fulham Council
Brackenbury Residents' Association
AGENDA for Monday 24th September 2007
1. Approval of Minutes of meeting 16 April 2007.
3. Flooding / Thames Water.
4. Postal services.
5. Hammersmith Grove: Redevelopment of NCP Car Park.
6. Hammersmith Grove: Traffic on Beadon Road.
7. Noise from Bus Garage.
8. Tannoy, Goldhawk Road Tube Station.
9. Street-scene: Litter and Dog – fouling.
10. Report on Brackenbury Residents Association issues (incl Licence Application for Ravenscourt Park).
11. New Broadway Safer Neighbourhood Team police officer / meeting
SHEPHERDS BUSH CAROL SINGERS RAISE £350 FOR UPPER ROOM CHARITY
Carol singers and musicians from Richford Street, in Shepherds Bush, raised just over £350 for the west London homeless charity The Upper Room in the week before Xmas this year. The group - a spin off from the Richford Street Residents Association - toured pubs and restaurants on Goldhawk Road and in Brackenbury Village, singing a selection of traditional carols and more modern Xmas songs.
The local trumpet player Nigel Orchard, who led the singers, said, “Most people like singing and it wasn’t difficult to get the group together and to make a nice sound. People seemed to enjoy joining in as well. We’re grateful to the pubs and restaurants who invited us in, and above all we appreciate the generosity of the people who contributed.”
The total raised for the Upper Room was £351. It is the third year that the Richford Street group has raised money for the charity by singing carols.
The Richford Street singers perform ‘The Twelve Days of Xmas’ in The Goldhawk pub on Goldhawk Road