Ickenham Residents’ Association

Organisations providing services in Ickenham

Ickenham Online

Ickenham Village Hall Assn

Ickenham Festival

Ickenham Library

Ickenham Cricket Club

Wayfarers Tennis Club

Swakeleys Tennis Club

Ickenham has a long history appearing in the Domesday Book three times under the name ‘Ticheham’. The village was originally split into four manors, which became two: Ickenham and Swakeleys.  Today it is a suburban area and is part of the London Borough of Hillingdon.


Its green spaces and easy access to Central London make it an attractive residential area. It has good

Transport facilities - Ickenham tube station is served by the Metropolitan and Piccadilly lines. West Ruislip station (opened as Ruislip & Ickenham) is on the border of Ruislip and Ickenham and is served by the Central line and Chiltern Main Line. The London Buses routes U1 and U10 serve Ickenham.


Ickenham Festival

The biennial Ickenham Festival has taken place in the town since 1976, originally with the aim of highlighting the variety of societies and groups in the area.The festival normally centres on a charity gala day in June, when various groups including Scouts, church groups and schools parade through the town, finishing with a large fête in the grounds of Swakeleys House. Fireworks mark the end of the festival in the evening.