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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.*

 

Annual General Meeting

The Annual General Meeting of Ruislip Residents’ Association will be on the 14th September 2017. The meeting will be held at the Winston Churchill Hall, Pinn Way, Ruislip HA4 7QL at 7.45pm. The doors open at 7.30pm. There will be a talk by Sgt Sam Quinn of the Metropolitan Police about policing in Ruislip and […]

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New Children’s Facilities at Hillingdon Hospital

Boris Johnson MP has opened the new wing of Peter Pan ward at Hillingdon Hospital. This new extension contains four additional rooms, each of which has an en-suite shower room, a cot for a parent and all the necessary medical systems for a high-dependency patient. The next stage of works will refurbish the children’s outdoor […]

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RRA Petitions House of Lords on HS2

Ruislip Residents’ Association continues its fight to protect the interests of the people of Ruislip in relation to the HS2 proposals. We have submitted a petition to the House of Lords asking for mitigation of traffic, a better outcome for the Hillingdon Outdoors Activity Centre (HOAC), the proper reinstatement of Ruislip Golf Course and the […]

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Car Theft Scam!

If you see paper on the rear screen of your car, LEAVE IT, DRIVE OFF AND REMOVE IT LATER. It is natural to jump out of the car to remove the paper, but if you do, the criminal can jump in and drive off with any valuables in the car – which you are unlikely […]

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Warrender School Hosts NCS Challenge Students

The national Citizen Service Challenge is a project funded by the government to promote social integration among young people from 15 – 17 years of age. For between £35 – £50 it provides an amazing four week challenge for students who have just completed their GCSE, AS or A level examinations to learn new life […]

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