There’s lots going on in Ruislip, and this section gives you a taste of some of it. There is a list of clubs and societies that you might be interested in, and local venues that hold regular events.*

Articles on activities are listed below:

RCC Xmas Family Fun day

Ruislip Family Fun Day – Sat 30 Nov

Ruislip Chamber of Commerce is organising a Ruislip Family Fun Day on Saturday, 30th November. This year’s activities will be as follows: 9:30am – 5:00pm – FREE High Street Treasure Hunt John Sanders Department Store Pick up your form in store or download from the bottom of this page. All completed entries returned to the […]

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The Year The War Came – Ruislip Manor Library

We are holding a fascinating talk on The Year the War Came, by Paul Davidson of Hillingdon Local. Studies, Archives and Museum Service about how the people of Hillingdon experienced the  countdown to the Second World War in 1939 If you would like to book a free place please drop in to the library, email or […]

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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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Ruislip Central Horticultural Society

Did you know that Ruislip has its own Gardening Society? The Ruislip Central Horticulture Society (RCHS) has been an active part of the Ruislip Community since 1940, when it was formed as part of the “Dig for Victory” campaign. Over the 77 years of its existence it has provided advice, expertise and encouraged the sharing […]

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Manor Farm History Weekend

Manor Farm, the largest heritage site in the London Borough of Hillingdon, is open for privileged behind-the-scenes access on 16 and 17 September, as part of Open House London. Come and explore buildings not usually open to the public, and immerse yourself in living history spanning from the Norman to Tudor era. Our programmed activities will engage […]

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