This is the question we posed about four weeks ago. In just two weeks many of the lovely people of Ickenham rose to our challenge and submitted photos and ideas. From them we’ve burned a DVD of the best 96 for our stand in the Village Hall at the Festive Evening on December 9th.
The deck cycles through 80 rolling slides. It lasts 6m 30s. All photographers are credited in the slides and at the end.
A marvellous effort all of you.
If you can’t get to the Festive Evening, please enjoy them here (and share them if you want) with family and friends.
This thudded through the electronic letter box this morning:
Ruislip and Uxbridge Branch
Contact: Caroline Field, Branch Chairman. 01923 824 922
email: firstname.lastname@example.org website: http://www.wea.org.uk
Registered Charity No. 1112775
Lecture Supper Evening (+ AGM)
Ickenham Village Hall, Saturday 12th November 2016 at 18:00
Guest Speaker : Andy Sands
‘Wildlife On Your Doorstep’
Andy Sands started photographing wildlife over 25 years ago as a hobby. He has now been doing it professionally for over 14 years and is one of the most respected wildlife photographers in this country!
He specialises in British Wildlife and he enjoys giving people insights into hidden worlds and activities that are all around us but which are often overlooked!
Everybody is Welcome!
Tickets are £10 each (includes supper, wine and/or soft drinks)
Over the years the WEA Lecture Supper evening has proved to be a very popular local event being both informative and entertaining, so if you would like more details of the evening or want to purchase a ticket please contact Caroline Field on the telephone number above.
As each newsletter is published and delivered to Association members by our wonderful street stewards, we upload the previous one to the website archive. This means that the Autumn one has either arrived or will drop through your letter box soon.
You can find the Summer 2016 one here.
As each newsletter is published and delivered to Association members by our wonderful street stewards, we upload the previous one to the website archive. This means that the Summer one has either arrived or will drop through your letter box soon.
You can find the Spring 2016 one here.
Hillingdon Neighbourhood Watch provides an excellent place to catch up on crime news and advice. It provides useful links to resources, including prevention products and services, including the occasional special pricing (or free) offers. We’ve just added it to the Useful Links section of this website.
As each newsletter is published and delivered to Association members by our wonderful street stewards, we upload the previous one to the website. This means that the Spring one has either arrived or will drop through your letter box soon.
You can find the Winter 2015 one here.
If you’re familiar with the Ickenham Residents’ Association website, this page might come as a bit of a shock. Don’t worry, you’re in the right place. You’ll find everything that’s in the old site, and more.
Click on the tabs of interest and, if you want to dig deeper, you’ll find some of them have a subsidiary menu. Just point and click your way to the things that interest you.
Feel free to make comments – they won’t appear immediately, because we have to keep a bit of an eye on them. We don’t want electronic graffiti.
This Update page is where Ickenham-related news will appear. You can also search for stuff, roam the archives or, after a while, watch the ‘category cloud’ words which grow as the number of mentions grows. The smallest size means the word hasn’t been selected yet – give it time.
Thank you for visiting, we hope we’ll see you again soon.