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While talking to local residents, we are always struck by the strong sense of community in the Grove Park area. If you feel passionate about the environment in which you live and want to be involved in the issues that affect it, then join the Grove Park Group. Joining gives you:

- Information about local issues

- A means of voicing your opinions, ideas and concerns

- News of social events to meet other locals

- A Quarterly Newsletter

- Personal or business membership*

*Business membership includes a featured advert and an area for your business/service that can be controlled by yourself only, when you wish to update it with new information

Membership is £10 per annum per household for personal membership*. To join, send or drop round your subscription (cheques payable to The Grove Park Group) to:

The Grove Park Group, 8 Whitehall Park Road, London W4 3NE

Please enclose your name, address and email address (optional but useful for updates).

*Special offer: 5 years for only £40.00

Online banking – Account name: Grove Park Group; Bank: Metro; Sort code: 23-05-80;

Account no: 26800234; (Reference: please use your name).

Please contact us for business membership rates.

Published on October 25, 2016 Cat: Uncategorised


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Published on January 09, 2013 Cat: Uncategorised

About us

The association is formed of a new committee and increased membership. In July 2011 the outgoing chairman of the Grove Park Association, Peter Makower, gave the opportunity to form a new committee from a group of residents who had been previously been involved in canvassing local opinion, following a proposal to introduce a controlled parking scheme in Grove Park and Strand on the Green.

Now, the revitalised Grove Park Group seeks to represent its ever-expanding membership in their support for maintaining the unique ambience of the area between the A4 and the Thames. We highlight issues of concern to residents and liaise with other local groups and Council Members and Officers in the cause of keeping Grove Park special.     

The unique character of Grove Park is due to its history, which can be traced back to the stone age. Evidence of Saxon and Roman settlement is overlaid with that of farming activities of the middle ages and the building of country mansions in the 18th and 19th centuries. The most conspicuous example of the latter is Chiswick House, a Palladian villa built in 1734 by Lord Burlington, the Earl of Devonshire.

Today, Grove Park and Strand on the Green have a variety of shops, restaurants and pubs, including those on the tow path of the Thames.

Published on January 06, 2013 Cat: Uncategorised