St Peter's Residents' Association, Hammersmith, W6
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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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
Benjamin Britten Song Cycles
21st September, 19:30, St Peter's Church, Black Lion Lane, W6 9BE
Kensington Festival of Music and the Arts (KOFMA) are very excited to begin their autumn season of concerts and recitals on Saturday 21 September at St Peter’s Church with an innovative programme of three extraordinary song cycles, fusing drama, beauty and originality through the creative genius of Benjamin Britten performed by three remarkable young vocal talents. An unmissable evening’s entertainment. Tickets £15 (£10 students) available from KOFMA website.
Lunchtime Concert: The Aurora Trio
4th October, 13:00, St Peter's Church, Black Lion Lane, W6 9BE
The Aurora Trio (featuring flautist Emma Halnan, viola player Jordan Sian, and harpist Heather Wrighton) is an exciting young chamber ensemble, which is quickly developing a reputation for pushing the boundaries of its unusual instrumentation. Their repertoire comprises many new pieces and original arrangements alongside core works for flute, viola and harp. Since its formation, the trio has performed widely across the UK and has held a prestigious chamber music fellowship at the Royal Academy of Music. Free entry, with retiring collection to support the Quidam programme.
TfL have responded to the consultation on CS9 thus: We consulted on our proposals for Cycleway 9 in autumn 2017. After carefully considering all feedback, we published our analysis of the responses and our responses to the issues raised in January 2019 at tfl.gov.uk/cs9. The scheme is an important part of the Mayor’s Healthy Streets Approach, which aims to make London greener, healthier and more pleasant through encouraging walking, cycling and the use of public transport. The feedback we received helped us to further develop our proposals. Overall, we are progressing our plans for the scheme as outlined in the January 2019 Response to Issues Raised report.
Minutes of the last meeting (13th May) are up on the 'Committee Minutes' page.
Gas works in King Street
Plans and information about the Cadent's work in King Street are available here.