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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.*

 

Local road and rail closures

We understand that some local road and rail services are due to be disrupted soon – mainly due to HS2 works. They are as follows: The Chiltern line between Wembley Stadium and High Wycombe (so including West Ruislip) will be closed the weekend of the 9th and 10th February due to HS2 works. There will […]

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HS2 drop in sessions for early 2019

The next HS2 drop in sessions have been announced.  No appointment is needed.  Just turn up and see the latest plans and hopefully have questions answered. They are: January Tuesday 29, Ruislip Manor library, 2pm to 5pm February Monday 4, Ickenham library, 2pm to 5pm Friday 15, Harefield library, 2pm to 5pm Monday 25, Ruislip […]

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Top Award for Uxbridge College Wheelchair Slalom Champion

Uxbridge College student, James Hillier, has been honoured for his sporting achievements with  the  Panathlon’s top annual award for competitors in London and Essex. Panathlon is a charity that gives more than 17,500 young people with disabilities and special needs the opportunity to engage in competitive sport each year. James,16, was named the tenth winner of the Jack Petchey Outstanding […]

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Lady Bankes Junior School’s Christmas Concerts

The first of the school’s two Christmas shows was presented by Year 3 & 4 pupils. The age-old story of Jesus’ birth was the same but with a respectful injection of amusing lines spoken by some of the main characters which kept the audience entertained throughout. The concert opened with Year 3 pupils singing The First Noel with […]

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Bishop Winnington-Ingram’s Nursery Class Perform A Christmas Poem

On Thursday, December 20th Rainbows Class, a class of three year old children, performed their delightful Christmas Poem. The Poem, read beautifully by Mrs Michael, Nursery Teacher, tells the story of the first Christmas. The children acted out the parts of the story from the announcement to Mary that she was to give birth to a baby called Jesus, the […]

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