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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.*

 

Breakspear Road South closure postponed

Following our formal later to the HS2 Chief executive last week, HS2 have announced they will postpone the closure of Breakspear Road South “until the end of the summer school term (July 19)”.  The exact dates will be advised in due course – hopefully through proper communication channels and not just by sticking signs up […]

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Letter to HS2 about the failure of their community engagement

A letter has been sent to the HS2 Chief Executive and the relevant contacts within HS2 complaining about the failure of HS2 to listen to, and act on, our concerns about the damage the project is doing to our communities.  The letter was signed by eight local community organisations, including the Ruislip Residents’ Association.  It […]

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Colne Valley Viaduct events – HS2

HS2 are proposing a number of events to show their updated designs for the CVV.  The details are below. Some points to maybe consider: We don’t want a viaduct in the first place, a tunnel will be better. All the HS2 pictures I have seen for this show the viaduct in the best possible light; […]

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Female Athletes Inspire School Students at Uxbridge College’s “This Girl Can” Event.

International athlete Chelsea Alagoa and sports therapist Kaydene Parker headlined an inspiring day of talks and activities at Uxbridge College for local secondary school students as part of the This Girl Can, the national campaign to encourage more girls and women to exercise. They spoke about their own sporting careers and passions. Chelsea (pictured) is a former member of the GB […]

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Inside Ruislip High School

It has been a few years since the Association has had any contact with Ruislip High School, so I was delighted to receive an invitation from Dr Martina Lecky, Headteacher to visit the school and re-establish contact. On Tuesday, January 29th. I was shown round the school by Skyla Bitar and Anna Guld, two delightful Year 9 School Ambassadors. It soon […]

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