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Welcome to the

Northwood Hills

Residents' Association

The association was formed in 1932 as Briarwood Ratepayers’ Association and in 1935 changed its name to Northwood Hills Ratepayers’ Association.  In 1949 the name was changed to
Northwood Hills Residents’ Association.

Our Mission Statement

To assist residents to preserve the environment of Northwood Hills and campaign on local issues such as planning & development, anti-social behaviour and healthcare.

To promote a sense of community and belonging, organising and providing information on events and other activities with the provision of details via social media, the website and magazine.

To act as a conduit for residents into organisations that represent them (eg councillors, police, surgeries, schools) and to have good relations with them so that useful dialogue/advice can take place/be given.

Membership only costs £3.00 per year per household, for this fee you get:

  • 2 copies of 'The Hills Echo' delivered to your door.

  • Entitlement to attend the Annual General Meeting and Committee meetings.

To become a member of Northwood Hills Residents’ Association Click here

The new header has been reproduced with the kind permission of the artists Gordon Collett and Cosmo Sarson
Christmas lights 2018
Come and join in the fun.
Christmas lights switch on
Saturday 17th November 2018
outside Namaste Lounge, Joel Street
Friends of Eastcote House Gardens
Eastcote House Gardens

Hillingdon panorama: The making of a borough
A showing of archive films 1920 -1960 Presented by Angela English MA.

Tuesday 2nd October at 2pm in the stables.

Duration 1 hour, followed by a workshop.

This is a free event but booking is essential.

Those wishing to attend the workshop please indicate at the time of booking.

Box office for both film screening and workshop contact
lesley.crowcroft@gmail.com or telephone 020 8866 8436.
Chrysalis grant
The Hillingdon Council Chrysalis scheme has funded two sections of new scalpings path in Long Meadow. This will make the meadow safe and accessible in the wet weather for everyone. In October grass seed will be spread over the path, within a short time the path will be hardly noticeable.                      
The next committee meeting will be held on Wednesday 24th October 7.30pm at Fairfield Hall
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