Safer Neighbourhoods Team
The latest report from our Safer Neighbourhoods team is available here.
SPRA Talk - Emery Walker - Wednesday 21st March
Just a reminder that the next SPRA talk will be at 7:30 pm on Wednesday 21st March 2018, in the Scott Hall, 47 St Peters Grove, W6 9AY. Please put the date in your diary. Tickets are £5 to include a glass of wine or a soft drink and are availabl from the Carpenter's Arms, 91 Black Lion Lane, or on the door. Further details are here.
Emery Walker lived in Hammersmith and was a close friend of William Morris, Philip Webb and other leading figures in the Arts and Crafts movement. He was a highly influential printer and engraver and set up the Doves Press in 1900. The talk is a tale of friendship, socialism, gender equality, celebrities, arts and crafts and scandal.
His house at 7 Hammersmith Terrace, was recently subject to a major restoration, and the contents of the house reveals evidence of friendships with some of the most influential artistic, political and literary figures of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Playground fundraiser - Thursday 22nd March
St Peter's School is holding a "Big Playground Fundraiser" evening on Thursday 22nd March - Curry, Cocktails and an Auction. Click here for more.
Quidam Lunctime Recital: Mozart and Brhams
André Gaio Pereira (violin) and Małgorzata Garstka (piano) will be performing Mozart B flat major sonata and Brahms Sonata no 2 in A major, in a free recital (with retiring collection), on Friday March 23rd, 1.15 pm in St Peter's Church, Black Lion Lane. More details here.
Be Safe event - Saturday 24th & Sunday 25th March
There is a BeSafe event at Hammersmith Town Hall in the Courtyard Room on Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th March from 9 am to 3 pm. There will be a display of property that police believe is stolen. This was recovered from warrants late last year. The property is from burglaries, robberies and from motor vehicles anytime before Christmas.
There will be local community officers on hand to offer advice on security and to answer any questions people may have. Those attending will need to show some form of proof of ownership or show that they have been the victim of reported crime.
Dial 999 if:
• You are a witness/victim of a crime and the suspect is there or nearby.
• Police are needed to preserve the peace, or prevent escalation of a dangerous situation.
• A crime is about to be committed or is in progress (e.g. drug dealing).
• You require protection from physical harm.
You can also report a crime online here.
Or hate crimes can be reported here.
Dial 0208 563 1212 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 721 2519 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.
Phone number for the Town Hall:
To report problems you can use the number above or on the LBHF website:
There is also a smartphone app available (details are on the link above). The app lets you to take photos of problems as you find them and report them from the app.
LBHD promise to deal with hazardous items within 48 hours.