Ickenham Residents’ Association

Latest News   

 (updated 12 April 2014)


Tesco & Morrisons

Dec 2 - LBH planning committee reject both applications

Tesco submit new planning application

See latest Census data for Ickenham

RAF Northolt - increase in civil movements

Swakeleys House

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Ickenham appears in the Domesday Book three times under the name 'Ticheham'.

Today Ickenham is a suburban area, centred on an old village in Greater London, and is part of the London Borough of Hillingdon.

Reminders of our history can still be found - the centre of the village is graced by the 14th century St Giles' church, a village pond and a village pump. The Grade 1 listed 17th century Jacobean mansion Swakeleys House still stands and is open to the residents every two years for the Ickenham Festival.

Please go to the Welcome to Ickenham page for more information about Ickenham and links to other organisations providing services to the residents of Ickenham.

The Ickenham  Residents’ Association was formed in March 1924, mainly for the purpose of protecting the interests of the people of Ickenham

The work done by the Association  has obviously changed over the past 90 years, but our main concern is still to maintain Ickenham as a green and pleasant village in which to live.

Today 3235 households in Ickenham are members. To learn more about the history and activities of the Association and how  to become a member please go to the About Us page.

Ickenham Marshes Partnership

Grant of £22,950 awarded towards work at Ickenham Marshes

This initiative by the Association is to improve the marshes between Ickenham and Ruislip. The partnership is a voluntary group established in 2012; they have now established their own website. For the details of the Partnership and latest news please click on the button at the top of the page.

Dates for your diary

RAF Northolt Open Day

Saturday 14 June 2014

Ickenham Festival

Gala Day

Saturday 14 June 2014

Responses to HS2 Phase One Environmental Statement

The Association’s

London Borough of Hillingdon’s

Nick Hurd’s

Woodland Trust

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