Peter Daymond, President, moved to Ickenham with his family in 1973. Loves Ickenham and still lives in the same house. Retired from British Airways in 1991. He served the Association as: Committee Member 1991-2; Vice Chairman Planning 1992-2000; Chairman 2000-07; Publicity Secretary 2007-11; President 2011-. He’s the Association representative on the Hillingdon Alliance of Residents Associations, London Green Belt Council, and Northolt Airport Consultative Group.
Jill Dalton, Chairperson, was born in Ickenham, and became involved in the Residents’ Association at the Tesco planning appeal in 2006. Served the Committee as Minutes Secretary for some time, but was delighted to move to the role of Treasurer in 2009 and held that position until the 2015 AGM, having taken on the role of Chairman in 2014. Has worked as a Chartered Accountant in London for 30 years, as well as helping to run the family farm. Also on the committee of the Ickenham Neighbourhood Forum – group writing a neighbourhood plan for the village.
June Reyner, General Secretary, moved to Ickenham in 1995. Involvement with the association started as a road steward, then keeper of the membership records then Area steward South. Joined the Committee in 2006 becoming first Vice Chairman Development and then General Secretary in 2011.
Ian Phillips, Treasurer, has been a resident of Ickenham since 1982. An accountant by training, now retired, he took up the position of Treasurer in 2015. In his “free time” he enjoys allotmenteering and scuba diving.
Hanne Raeder, Planning Officer, moved to Ickenham in 1967 and joined the Association Committee in 1994. Started to put together and publish the Ickenham Calling … newsletter in Winter 2000, helped with maintaining computerised planning records since 2001 and became a ‘planning apprentice’ to Peter Howe in 2003/4. Planning Officer since 2007 relying on the help and support from committee members.
Maureen Pemberton, Membership Secretary, has lived in Ickenham for 27 years . Newly elected as Membership Secretary in 2015, she says she is still learning the ropes but hopes to add to her contribution to the Association in years to come.
David Tebbutt, Minutes Secretary, has lived in the borough for over 40 years, moving to Ickenham from North Ruislip in 2007. He’s a freelance editor, writer and trainer and is a Committee volunteer because he loves this village.
Brian Adams moved to Ickenham in 1976. Worked in computer industry for 32 years including European director of specialised software company. Joined the committee in 2009 and currently leads the association’s hs2 activities.
Neena Bedi moved to Ickenham from Pinner in July 2007. Joined the committee after early retirement in 2010. She has a keen interest in Conservation matters and works closely with the Green Spaces Team on issues relating to Swakeleys Park. Neena set up the Friends of Swakeleys Park group to obtain the Green Flag status. She is also the link person for schools.
Barbara Buckle has lived in Ickenham since 1973. She joined the Residents’ Association Committee in 1983 as an Area Steward for the Glebe estate. She has held many responsibilities including General Secretary from 1985 to 1994. She is currently the Association archivist and holds all our photographic records of Ickenham. She is also part of the “refreshment subcommittee” which involves catering for the AGM, Road steward socials, etc.
Lynn Douglass has lived in Ickenham since 1957 apart from four years in the seventies. She says, modestly, “Hopefully, I’m helping Hanne Raeder’s planning team.”
Dave Grimshaw lived in Ickenham as a child, attending Vyners and Uxbridge Technical College, returning to Ickenham with his wife and two daughters in 2002. Dave is a General Manager for a large highways infrastructure and construction company.
David John has been a resident of Ickenham since 1969, and has served on the Committee for over 10 years. A retired dental surgeon, he contributes regularly to the Ickenham Calling newsletter on health issues.
Chris Mountain joined the committee in 2012 after moving from Ruislip. Chris is an experienced Civil Servant, currently working at the Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government. His main focus locally is on environmental issues, particularly the Ickenham Marshes Partnership. Also Chair of the Ickenham Neighbourhood Forum – group writing a neighbourhood plan for the village.
Richard Piper retired in 2008 after a career in marketing, advertising and market research. He moved to Ickenham in 1994 with his wife Heather and daughter Ruth, who gained her pre-university education at Breakspear and Vyners. He is responsible for fundraising at the URC.
Victor Silk moved to Ickenham in 1977, with wife Maureen and daughter Madeline. Joined the IRA committee in 1996, after retiring from the Meteorological Office, to help fight the Warner Bros. proposal to build a theme park opposite Uxbridge Common. Has served on the committee since then, with responsibility for liaison with the Police and other law and order matters. Represents the IRA at Neighbourhood Watch meetings.
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Humphrey Tizard is a long-standing member of the committee. His main involvement has been to represent the Association at the appeal hearings and inquiries for planning applications to which the Association objected strongly.
David Crane has been a resident of LBH since its inception – Ruislip from 1950 having moved there from Primrose Hill at age five. Married in St. Giles’ Church in 1970 to Sue, a resident of Ickenham since 1946. Been a resident of Ickenham since 1980. A retired schoolmaster in the original Barnhill school from 1967, followed by Manor School from 1972 that became Bishop Ramsey in 1977 where he headed up the Design and Technology Department. Was the Church Warden of St Giles’ Church from 1985 and a deputy ever since. Edited ICN for seven years. Joined the Committee as a co-opted member in 2018 as additional support for our HS2 Team.
Professor Simon Taylor is an Ickenham resident and runs an international research group in Modelling & Simulation at Brunel University. He enthusiastically advises the Association on traffic matters, especially those involved in planning applications that might be detrimental to Ickenham.
Beryl Upton was initially co-opted to endeavour, as part of the HS2 subcommittee under Brian Adams, to protect Ickenham from the planned construction of HS2. She’s now also part of a wider team, along with Ruislip and Harefield Residents’ Associations, working to ensure HS2 and its contractors do not exceed their remit as set out in the Royal Assent.