John Granger Fisher – July 30th @ 7.30pm
Tickets from Letty Buxton 0207 385 3193
The AGM was held on the 21st May, many topics were discussed including noise from the local school, gardening within the square and the current status of the internal refurbishments.
We also welcomed David and Raoul onto the committee.
If you weren’t able to attend we’ll be publishing the minutes from the meeting on the website.
May thanks also to Dexters Estate Agents who kindly supplied the cheese and wine.
It ‘s time for the QCGRA garden party again.
It will be held on the 18th July between 6 and 10 pm.
There will be a live jazz band providing the entertainment.
Any food or drink contributions will be gratefully received.
Last year was great fun, fingers crossed that the rain holds off.
In the interest of complete transparency we’ve opened up all areas of the site.
You’ll notice that there’s a new tab at the top called “Committe” this used to be the “Member’s Area”.
Here you’ll see all details of minutes from committee meetings and AGMs, we hope it will make it easier to understand what we’re doing as a committee.
There has been positive feedback on the quality of the work that has been completed so far:
“As an artist I understand colour and finish and whoever choose the colours know what they are doing they look fantastic. I cannot wait for our block to be finished. It will be a pleasure coming home and it will no doubt improve the values of our flats by making Queen’s Club Garden’s a more desirable address.
I would like to finish by saying that Grant Archer is one of the nicest and most accommodating people hats of to him for co-ordinating such a huge project.” – Karl Newman
Other residents have been working with the estate office to resolve issues during the work. If you have any feedback please be sure to let them know.
QUEENS CLUB GARDENS NEWSLETTER
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The Summer Garden Party.
This year’s Summer Garden Party on 12th July was a great success and we would like to thank all those who attended and helped make it a fun evening. It might have been a disappointing World Cup, but that didn’t stop the residents of Queens Club Gardens knowing how to party. The sun shone, the drinks flowed and the band played well into the evening with lots of residence dancing and having a merry time.
Ben and Alan Hill
Thank you to you all those who made a contribution to Ben and Alan Hill after their accident, they were clearly touched by your generosity and I hope you have all seen the thank you letter which is on the notices boards.
QCG Round Robin Tennis Tournament.
The tournament has been having matches all summer and last weekend the ladies finales took place with Rowena Chowdrey taking the ladies crown against Phyllipa Mcshane, Phyllipa conceded in the 2nd set after 6-1 defeat in the 1st set.
The men’s finals took place at 3pm on Sunday with Alex Elletson winning 6-3, 6-3 against Jean Parodi in front of a small, but very keen group spectators
For more result, you can take a look at the QCG Tennis Ladder:
QUEENS CLUB GARDENS MIXED DOUBLES TENNIS TOURNAMENT 2014
This is the second successive year that Rowena has run this tournament for the Gardens. Like last year, it was a great success with many QCG residents and their friends participating in the round robin matches in the morning.
Fortunately, Rowena had just called ‘time’ on this round of matches when the skies opened and a torrential downpour ensued. The planned mass picnic under the big tree was replaced by an impromptu indoors lunch at 1a Playfair for all players and IT experts. With no delay, the knock out rounds began. James Falkner and Marine Ducarouge became the champions after winning the deciding tie-break 12-10 in a close fought and thoroughly entertaining tennis duel against David Andrews and Helen Whateley.
Rowena would like to personally thank the following people for their much appreciated help in making the day happen and it being a success:
– Sarah Hancy and Trevor Fowell for ensuring the computer programme worked like clockwork
– Ines Forner for inviting so many players to participate
– Everyone for a great lunch. Especially Anna Morrogh and her boyfriend for inviting hungry competitors into their lovely home.
– Eppie & ili Andrews for designing and drawing the brilliant poster ( second year running ) and for Eppie presenting the prizes to the winners and runners up
Here’s to The Mixed Doubles Tournament in 2015
QCG Mixed Doubles Sunday Mix-in
Don’t forget that Rowena also runs Mixed Doubles Mix-ins every Sunday between 11am and 1pm. All residents are welcome. Come and meet/make friends throughout the year. See you on the courts.
QCG Major Works
All leaseholders will have all received notification of proposed internal refurbishment programme due to start imminently. For the benefit of residents who are not leaseholders: there is a planned refurbishment programme for the Common Parts across the Estate, including the electrical rewiring and installation of new electrical distribution boards for each flat, new video entry phone system and a new key fob entry system for the main entrance to each block and other access gates across the Estate. The stairwell will be redecorated, including reconditioning of windows and main entrance doors but the carpet will remain. The work will expected to take 8-10 weeks.
Bonfire Night in Hammersmith & Fulham
‘Blast from Outer Space’ themed shows at Bishops Park, on Friday November 7.
The gates open at 6pm at both events and the children’s fireworks will take place at 7.15pm. The celebrations will culminate with a fantastic firework display choreographed to music at 8pm (approximately). There will also be a funfair and food stalls at the events. Tickets are £8.00 at the gate or £6 per person via the Lyric Theatre box office www.lyric.co.uk or on 020 8741 6850. Box office opens on October 1. Tickets are free for under-5s.
After 3 years loyal years of hard work and helping to look after the Gardens and residence as the Head Porter, sadly Philip Wood has decided to move on. I am sure everyone will join us in thanking him for all he has done for Queens Club Gardens and wish him all the best for the future.
Memorial Service for Marzenna Swingler
A memorial service will be held for the late Marzenna Swingler on Saturday the 8th of November at 7pm at St Andrews church. Her protégé Mikhail Shilyaev will play the piano and everyone is welcome.
A small reminder that the Out of Hours Contact number for Emergencies Onlyis
Coffee mornings are held every 1st and 3rd Friday of the month from 10am to 12noon at St Andrew’s Church Star Cafe on Greyhound Road. The next coffee morning will be on Friday 7th November 2014.
There is an arts-craft workshop for party “decorations” on the Friday 31st October at St. Andrews Café to prepare for their traditional Halloween party, which will take place on the afternoon of Sunday 2nd November, the party will include games, contests and traditional trick & treat.
Keep Fit Classes
Chair-based light exercise class using music and with special instruction from Yvonne, designed to maintain strength, muscle tone and stamina. All over 55 are welcome to this popular class with a social side as well.
Thursdays from 10.30 – 11.30
105 Greyhound Road W6. Fee £2 plus an annual membership of £10
Over-50’s Coffee Mornings are held every Tuesday at 10am at St Andrew’s Church. This is organised by the church for the local community and will often include some activity eg origami, dancing and organised trips.
North End Road Market
This traditional London market sells fresh fruit and vegetables, fresh fish, clothing, household goods, jewellery and many other items.
This market trades from Monday to Saturday between the hours of 8am and 6pm.
For more information email: firstname.lastname@example.org or Tel: 0208 753 3916 (Office opening hours: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm).
Hammersmith Farmers Market takes place every Thursday in Lyric Square, on Kings Street and offers a range of organic delights, a range of fresh, local produce such as organic bread and traditionally reared meat this market is renowned for it’s wide range of ready to eat, freshly prepared food to takeaway
In December there will be farm-fresh turkeys, Christmas puddings, Christmas cake and Christmas trees on offer as well all the favourite fruits, vegetables, cakes and breads.
Most Thursdays 10am to 3pm
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