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Welcome to the Ruislip Residents’ Association

This Association represents the people living in Ruislip, a town with a long history. Ruislip was mentioned in the Domesday Book, and in its old church of St Martin of Tours and Manor Farm site it still has links with its Norman past. It is now in the London Borough of Hillingdon.

We hope that members and visitors will find this website useful. We will welcome your comments, please use the “Contact Us” page to get in touch with us.*

 

Chiltern line closed 18 Nov – Cancelled

Update to plans 9 Nov.  After presure HS2 have postponed this work and associated Chiltern Line closure until a later date. Due to HS2 works, the Chiltern line will be closed locally on Sunday 18th November.  This is to enable “clearing an area of local land where the existing rail network meets the proposed new […]

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Poppy Appeal

This year  as we remember 100 years since the end of WW1, we are hoping to make Ruislip Remembrance Day Parade on the 11th November and the Poppy Appeal to the biggest yet. As well as keeping you and the residents up to date with plans for the parade, we would like to ask for […]

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HS2 works at West Ruislip

HS2 will be taking over part of the golf course at West Ruislip from 24th September to start their enabling works.  They will be erecting hoardings to screen their lorries and works.  They will also be building a new access road into the course car park at the bottom of the West Ruislip bridge. The […]

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Drop in surgeries – HS2

HS2 are running some drop-in surgeries where people can just turn up and  talk to HS2 staff about issues.  This is a real opportunity to quiz HS2 about their plans, and let them be in no doubt about how disrupted our lives are going to be with all the construction plans – some of the […]

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Erratum: Town Crier

Many of you will have already noticed the ‘howler’ in the latest Town Crier for which I apologise – the lunch club is called the Tudor Club, not the Tudor Lodge (the hotel) as I stated in the article’s title. I blame too many funeral teas at the Lodge for my subconscious substitution. I will […]

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