- May Day Registration March 3, 2019
- Brentham Society AGM February 14, 2019
- Brentham Fireplace November 20, 2018
- Brentham’s Roll of Honour November 5, 2018
- Brentham makes the top ten October 29, 2018
- Vote for Brentham October 3, 2018
- Guided Walk Around Brentham Garden Suburb September 16, 2018
- Strawberry Tea June 21, 2018
- Open Gardens 2018 May 13, 2018
- May Queen Crowned May 12, 2018
Category Archives: Archived News
The Annual General Meeting of The Brentham Society for the year ending August 2017 will be held at The Brentham Club on Thursday 15th March at 8pm. There will be a talk by Kew Gardens’ Mary Done on “The History … Continue reading
The Brentham Society Committee has posted on the website its report on window renovation. The conclusions are given in the Executive Summary with Guidance for Residents in Appendix B. The Committee will continue looking at the specifications of conservation quality … Continue reading
Brentham suffered significant damage from the storm during the night of 15th/16th October 1987. See what residents woke up to on the morning of 16th October 1987 (30 years ago) If you have any photos of the storm you’d like … Continue reading
A fascinating new book by Mark Johnson “Street Trees in Britain – A History” is an authoritative account of how trees went from being absent or random elements in the urban landscape to important components in the design of streets. … Continue reading
The Conservation Policies of Ealing Council are instrumental in keeping our estate looking good so it’s important for us to pay attention to how those policies are being applied in other conservation areas. A planned large development in the heart … Continue reading
24th October 2014 Hive of activity in Meadvale Road this morning as filming equipment is in use outside The Brentham Club and catering vans fill the car park. Anyone know what’s going on? While the cherry picker is on site … Continue reading
On August 4th, as part of its programme of events marking the centenary of the start of WW1, St Barnabas Church held an evening of moving tributes in the form of diary readings with slides, films and ending with a … Continue reading
The Memorial at the corner of Pitshanger Lane and Denison Road has been refurbished and rededicated, thanks to St Barnabas Church with help from the Pitshanger Community Association.
50 former Brentham May Queens now appear in the Archive Gallery. Do you have pictures of those missing?
Following extensive lobbying from residents and The Brentham Society – the double yellow lines which mysteriously appeared at the junction of Ludlow Road and Meadvale Road have now gone. Well done all!