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.
Saturday 11 February, in the Scout Hut starting at 09.45 for teas and coffees - see you there for all the news and gossip!
We started to collect our 2017 subs at the Xmas breakfast meeting so you will be getting reminders, knocks on doors and maybe leaflets soon - prices @ £5 per home / £2 for senior neighbours By all means, pay your subs directly from your bank. We just need a reference to identify you e.g. "Gre 34" or "4Salt" Here's our account details SPTRA online account - account number: 01253888 / sort code: 30-92-01
The Scout Hut refurbishment project - stage II
We hope to confirm a donated budget of £15k+ to do some much needed internal improvements. Do you know of any group willing to donate to this cause - tell us please @14thActonForest
The Hatfield Rd battle - Freshways Dairy
Following a recent meeting with the council we believe action from the planning enforcement and nuisance teams is on its way soon - we hope, and we are encouraged by the considerable involvement now, on the part of Rupa Huq MP, to help us in this dispute.
Southfield Neighbourhood watch
There are now 46 N Watch coordinators in Southfield - the largest number for any London Ward Follow the news on twitter Southfield NW @Southfield_NW
Southfield Neighbourhood Watch @Southfield_NW Scout hut forest school @14thActonForest
Our 7th annual summer party took place on Saturday 25 June - see the photos.
"Another successful party" "Splendid, we all loved it" "Phenomenal job. Couldn't have been better" "The band was superb"
SPTRA General Meeting - early February.
The current team is on our website.
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.