Welcome to the website of the Southfield Park Triangle Residents' Association. The Association covers the residents of the ten roads east of the park and north of Southfield Road, including one side of Southfield Road, London W4. You can find the full list and details of our aims and further information in the About us section.

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Next General Meeting

Tba - in October!!

Covering the Storm Tanks to reduce smell

The work is on schedule to complete towards the end of October.

Tideway Tunnel - drop in meeting - Scout Hut Tuesday 26 September

If you want to learn about the building of the "Super Sewer" or the "Tideway Tunnel", there is a drop-in session at the hut on Tuesday 26 September between 7.00pm and 9.00pm. The tunnel building starts towards the end of the year.

Annual General Meeting, Saturday 6 May

Our 8th AGM took place before a crowded Scout Hut - read the minutes here! (Word, 106KB)

The Summer party - Saturday 24 June

Thanks very much to all of you who attended and we are all sure each and every one of you had a great time. As usual, the search for sponsors kicked off in February and we were lucky to secure support from 17 local businesses, which totalled 74 prizes.

We had quite a few queries about the band and the burgers and the face painter
Burgers and sausages were supplied by Ken Hammond Butchers, Kew Bridge www.hammonds.uk.net
Face painter: Grace Taylor
Music by the Junkyard Dogs www.junkyarddogslondon.co.uk

See the party photos

Southfield Neighbourhood watch

There are now 46 Neighbourhood Watch coordinators in Southfield - the largest number for any London Ward.

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History of your road - here now!

A website has been set up on the original group of houses, in Alexandra, St George's and Hatfield Roads, and their history. It holds information drawn from the 1911 census on the households, occupations and birthplaces of those living there, but also covers other topics like the neighbourhood, the shops, school, church, and park, the local transport facilities, which once included our own station, Rugby Road Halt. It also looks at the area in wartime, and welcomes contributions.

More information about the history of Acton in general can be found on the website of the Acton History Group.