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St Peter's Residents' Association, Hammersmith, W6

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Dial 999 if:

• You are a witness/victim of a crime and the suspect is nearby.

• Police are needed to preserve the peace, or prevent a dangerous situation.

• A crime is about to be/ is being committed.

• You require protection from physical harm.

You can also report a crime online here.

Or hate crimes can be reported here.

Dial 0208 721 2519 if:

• Police are needed soon but it is not an emergency (e.g. a burglary and the suspect is no longer on the premises).

Dial 0208 246 2702 or email ravenscourtpark.snt@met.police.uk if:

• If you want to speak to a member of the crime team but it is not an emergency and can wait for a few days if necessary.


Town Hall phone number: 87548 3020

To report problems you can use the number above, the smartphone app or the LBHF website.

Our ward councillors are Bora Kwon, Asif Siddique and Jonathan Caleb-Landy, and run Drop-In-Surgeries at The Grove Neighbourhood Centre, 7 Bradmore Park Road, London, W6 0DT:

1st Saturday of the month 10:00 - 11:00

2nd Tuesday of the month 18:00 - 20:00

Last Saturday of the month 11.00 - 12:00

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Committee Minutes

Committee minutes from the meeting of 20th April are now on the Committee Minutes page (see link above).  

Public transport

From Monday 15 June, you will need to wear a face covering/mask in order to travel on public transport. Face coverings can be a simple cloth that covers the nose and mouth. They can be made using many items found in the home or in a number of shops, so people can make their own. More information about how to make a face covering can be found here: www.london.gov.uk/coronavirus/face-covering-guidance.

Since Saturday 30th May, buses have returned to more normal operation with front loading and the need to 'tap in' with an Oyster or bank card.

William Morris Society Online Exhibition

The society's first online exhibition Highlights from the William Morris Society’s Collection is now available for viewing. It includes a video from WMS curator, Helen Elletson, and the exhibition itself explores twenty unique objects from the collection that illustrate how Morris became one of the most significant figures in the Arts and Crafts Movement. You can explore the exhibition here: https://wms-exhibition.co.uk/


Please let us know if you or your neighbours are in need of further support as the pandemic rumbles on. There is a range of different groups of nieghbours offering shopping, deliveries or just being available for a chat, and we can put you in touch.

A number of local restaurants and cafes are offering a takeaway service. They include:

a.    Tosa: 332 King St 020 8748 0002. Normal opening hours.

b.     Elder Press Café: 3 Black Lion Lane South. 020 3887 4258

c.     Indian Zing: 236 King Street 020 8748 5959

d.     Potli: 020 8741 4328

St Peter's Church are making great strides with a strong community response. See https://stpetersw6.org for more information.

Efficient Stationers

Efficient Stationers are offering free local delivery to all those who are working from home or have children to keep busy. The shop is shut but orders can be placed on 020 8748 6755.

18 St Peter's Road is here.

19 St Peter's Square is here and here.

18 St Peter's Square is here and here.

46 Black Lion Lane is here and here.

59 Black Lion Lane is here.

22 & 24 St Peter's Grove is here.

1 Albert Terrace, Beavor Lane is here.  

9 St Peter's Square is here and here.

38 St Peter's Square is here and here.

1 St Peter's Villas here.