Stamford BrookResidents' Association


SBRA 2017 Annual General Meeting

The Stamford Brook Residents' Association is a long-established residents' association covering households in Emlyn, Hartswood, Palgrave, Flanchford, Aylmer and Stamford Brook Roads. Its purpose is to protect and improve the amenities of residents living in the area by watching out for and getting involved in local issues such as traffic management, crime prevention, pollution and noise, and planning. We liaise closely with the Council, the police and other local societies. Members receive updates by email or by hand on the SBRA's activities and on items of interest. We also hold an AGM and Social evening each year in June. The formal Notice of this year's meeting is set out below.

Chairman: John Trotter e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
All residents are invited to the
Notice is hereby given of the Annual General Meeting of this Association to be held in the Scout Hut, Wilson Walk on Tuesday 27th June 2017 at 7:30pm
The Agenda for the Business of the Meeting and programme for the evening is printed below. Wilson Walk is the passage off Prebend Gardens, leading to Stamford Brook Station.
Come and meet your local MP, Ward Councillors and Safer Neighbourhood Police Team and join us for our annual social with food, wine and soft drinks. The event will also give you an opportunity to meet other residents you may not otherwise meet and to welcome new residents to the area.
Please put the date in your diary now. The event is free for members. Subscriptions for the year beginning 1st June 2017 can be paid at the door. Please see subscription slip attached.
1. Welcome
2. Business of the AGM
Agreement of Minutes of last year’s AGM
Adoption of Report of the Management Committee
Adoption of Audited Treasurer’s Report
Election of Management Committee members
Election of Honorary Auditors
3. Any Motions
4. Any other Business
5. Introduction of invited guests: Questions on the Management Committee report and to the invited guests
6. Social
Any motions or nominations for election to the Management Committee should be given to the Chairman as soon as possible and in any case by the 9th June. Those making nominations must be present at the AGM.
Overleaf are the names of the Committee Members, including those elected last year, being thirteen including the Chairman, Secretary and Treasurer. Under the terms of our Constitution, four of the Committee members must stand down each year and, if they wish, offer themselves for re-election for a further 3 years. John Trotter, Chairman is standing down but offers himself for re-election and as Chairman. Ron Casson and Angela Horsfall, Hartswood Road and Bridget Taxy, Flanchford Road are also standing down but offer themselves for re-election.
Elizabeth Philipps Secretary June 2017

Published on June 03 Category: News

Proposal on the future of Camberwell Green and Hammersmith Magistrates’ Courts

I would like to bring to your attention a public consultation on the proposal to closure of Hammersmith Magistrates Court.


"This consultation sets out the proposal for the future of Camberwell Green Magistrates’ Court and Hammersmith Magistrates’ Court, including the closure of the buildings and the work being absorbed by existing courts in London.

The closures will also contribute to the consolidation of the London criminal court estate and, through disposal, provide funding for the ongoing process of reforming court and tribunal services in England & Wales.

The consultation seeks the views of everyone with an interest in the work at these courts."

Go to the Consultation.


Published on October 07 Category: News

Picnic For The Queen's 90th Birthday

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On Sunday 12th June Stamford Brook held a wonderful community picnic to celebrate the Queen's 90th Birthday. As the whole country celebrated the event Birthday with street parties, lunches and picnics, we held our own picnic in celebration with local families and friends.

The gathering was an informal affair with games and fun for local families at the heart of the activities.  We held sack,egg and spoon and three-legged races. But the highlight of the afternoon was the highly competitive 'Throw The Welly' competition, which went on late into the rain.


The rain just about held off to the later stages but the hardy types of Stamford Brook sat through them all with brollies at the ready. By the time the rain arrived, the afternoon was finished off with a rousing sing song under the trees!

More photos in our Gallery here.

The full set on Facebook are here:  (Don't forget to 'Follow' us!)

Published on May 09 Category: News

Chiswick Calendar EU Referendum Debate

Monday 16 May 2016

Tabard Theatre, Bath Road 7.30 pm

aa2fe7 91c862e9a9af4f46bca8d4eb614ae34dThe Chiswick Calendar is hosting a live EU Referendum debate, at the Tabard Theatre on 16th May.  Hosted by BBC News presenter Julian Worricker, the debate brings together a panel representing politics, business and journalism to discuss the most important political decision of a generation: Should we go or should we stay?

Published on May 02 Category: News

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Three hundred Chiswick and West London residents gathered in St Michael and All Angel’s Church at Turnham Green for our 'No3rdRunway' Meeting.  Organised in co-operation with Chiswick Against the Third Runway (CHATR) the meeting was Chaired by ex BBC journalist and Bedford Park Resident, Torin Douglas.  Local MPs, Ruth Cadbury and Rupa Huq joined the packed meeting on the eve of the Backbench debate today on the final report of the Airports Commission.

John Stewart, the key note speaker, warned that “the impact on the local area will be devastating. Chiswick will be right under the new flight path. Around 725,000 people will be directly affected.” He explained the worrying implications for more noise and pollution in the area and explained that it is not too late to take action. Now “is not the end of our fight but the start,” he said.

Published on January 15 Category: News

Info Pack - How Will The Third Runway Affect Us

logoThe SBRA, in conjunction with CHATR, have put together a briefing note for Members on the potential impact on Stamford Brook of the proposed Third Runway at Heathrow.  We would encourage all members to log-in and read the note via the link below:

Heathrow Runway 3 Info Pack

This information requires members to log-in.  If you need reminding of your log-in details, or would like to join the SBRA, please email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Published on November 13 Category: News

Halloween In Stamford Brook 2015

IMG 1729It was a great year for Halloween again in Stamford Brook with the ghouls and ghosties out early! Lots of houses and families through themselves into decorating their houses and doorways to usher in All Hallows Eve.  Click here to see our Gallery of photos:

Published on November 03 Category: News

Weekly Bin Collection Review

The Local Council, London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham, has suggested ending weekly bin collections to save money, moving to a bi-weekly or other arrangement.  They have launched a consultation (on their website here) into reducing refuse collections and street cleaning across the borough. We would recommend all Residents look at the site to see what the Council are proposing.

Early informal responses from Residents indicate that Residents believe that weekly collections are a basic council service and they should look for savings elsewhere.  To support them, Cllr Charlie Dewhirst and Gred Smith are leading the resistance to the change with information online here.  They have created an online petition here which we would encourage you and your neighbours to sign before the end of the consultation stage on 12 November.

Published on November 03 Category: News

Launch of 'Chiswick Against Third Runway'


Photo Credit - John Steward of HACAN

logoLocal MP Ruth Cadbury attended the launch meeting of a new group formed to co-ordinate protests in Chiswick against the Heathrow Third Runway project.  Called CHiswick Against the Third Runway or CHATR, the new group is intended to make sure that Chiswick's voice is heard in the debate.  Although the Davies Commission has reported to Government and come out in favour of extending Heathrow, no final decision has been made. Ruth Cadbury has stated her opposition to the scheme.

Published on October 06 Category: News