Events

Diary Dates and events in your area

What's on in Hounslow

Hounslow attractions, days out, events, tours and things to do local to you in parks, libraries, Paul Robeson Theatre, museums and Historic houses. Hounslow events include fun things to do for all the family including children and young people.

If you are looking for a guided walk, music, a festival, barrio, street party or just a tourist or local looking for something to do in the Hounslow area, view the What's on Guide for information and details of events and activities near you.

You can also register for an e-newsletter by visting www.hounslow.info

HAAYA Girls Group every Tuesday

Local Hounslow youth group HAAYA runs a Girls Group every Tuesday 5pm-7pm. Activities include cookery, arts and crafts, jewellery making, open discussions on friends, family, education, homework support, CV advice and lots more, view the HAAYA Girls Group Flyer for more details or call 020 8569 6350/07716 051868. Activities take place at Hounslow Youth Centre, Kingsley Road Hounslow TW3 1NX

Find out more about HAAYA by visiting their website.

The Hounslow Stroke Club

Brabazon Estate Community Centre 106 Brabazon Road Heston TW5 9LT every tuesday morning from 10am until 12noon.

This club has been running for nearly 50 years and is a social club that also runs the occasional outing and lunches. The Stroke Club is primarily for victims of Stroke, also welcomes people with heart problems or other health issues and will try to hekp in any way possible.

Please come along and meet others with the same difficulties you are facing. A problem shared is a problem halved!

For more information call 020 8897 0723

Southville Youth Centre Seniors evenings every Monday and Wednesdays

12-19 year olds are welcome on Mondays and Wednesdays to seniors evenings at Southville Youth Club, Southville Road, Bedfont from 7.30pm to 9.30pm.

Activities include:

  • Wii
  • Cooking
  • Arts and crafts
  • Indoor and outdoor sports
  • Tuck shop

Everyone welcome, 50p entry.

For more information please contact: The Tenant Participation Team Telephone: 020 8583 4602 Email: beInvolved@hounslowhomes.org.uk

Gardening club on the Oriel Estate.

A couple of local residents on the estate would like to start up a gardening club. Contact details see below.

Oriel Estate Book Club

The last Thursday of every month, 7.30pm start. Tenants from across the borough are welcome.

Please call Jackie Rankine and the Tenant Participation Team on 020 8583 4602 for more information on any of the above events

Cycle training for everyone in Hounslow

Free cycle training is being offered to adults or for families who would like to cycle together. The training is provided by Cycle Experience, who arrange regular group sessions with professional cycle instructors at weekends and where necessary provide individual instruction.

The training is free for a two hour session; complete beginners are entitled to receive up to three hours of training.  The loan of a cycle can be arranged for a charge of £10 per training session.

Cycle for fun or leisure and enjoy the benefits of a healthier lifestyle. Or save money by cycling to work and reduce your carbon footprint.

To arrange a training session, book online at www.cycleexperience.com/bookacourse  or call Drew at Cycle Experience on 07905 613021 for more information.

Heston Farm Kids Boxing Club

Kris and the Heston Farm Boxing club
Local resident Kris Jablonski has volunteered his time to run a non-contact boxing club on the Heston Farm estate to help Hounslow Homes tackle anti-social behaviour (ASB)

The boxing club is for young people from all backgrounds, aged 7 and up and it aims to provide an activity to encourage good behaviour and self-respect, which ultimately raises the youth’s self-esteem and discourages them from being involved in ASB.

Kris also runs three sessions throughout the week for the adults.

About Kris

Kris is a Boxing Tutor, certified by the Royal Navy Portsmouth Boxing Academy. He has Public Liability Insurance, a full clean CRB history and is a trained first aider.

Sessions cost: £2.50 for Adults and are FREE for Children. Download a copy of the timetable for information on the sessions available.

If you would like more information or want to join the boxing club please contact Kris on 07534 286089 or email him at krisjablonski@hotmail.co.uk

Be involved! Bringing residents together

The Rainbow Project provides funding for projects across the borough designed and led by Hounslow Homes’ residents

Many of these projects aim to bring residents of all ages and backgrounds together by providing a range of activities and services and include:

The Brentford & Chiswick Somali Women’s Group who run weekly swimming sessions at Isleworth Pool and exercise classes at Clayponds Community Centre. For information email brent-w-group4@hotmail.com or contact Hana on 07507 982440.

The Convent Way Residents Steering Group and the Convent Way & Heston Somali Women’s Group who organise a range of activities for residents of the Convent Way Estate in Southall and the surrounding area. For information contact Karen on 020 8574 5429.

The Bedfont Lane Community Association who run a twice weekly senior citizens club at the Bedfont Lane Community Centre in Feltham and activities for young people during the school holidays. For more information contact Helen on 07940 255099.

The TW4 Community Development Trust who support local residents and organisations to set up community projects, improve their quality of life and make their communities better places to live. For more information contact Anthony on 07885 446579 or email info@tw4cdt.org.uk

For more information on the Rainbow Project contact Aine Hayes, the Rainbow Project Officer, on 020 8583 4813 or email aine.hayes@hounslow.gov.uk

Safer Neighbourhood Team drop in surgeries and meetings

The Metropolitan Police Safer Neighbourhood Teams (SNT) in your area hold regular meetings and drop in surgeries. To find out more about your SNT, read their latest newsletter or find out when the next meeting is being held, visit the Met Police website.

Fun days

Last years fun day at Highfields in FelthamFun days are family events for all local residents. Come along and have fun, meet your neighbours and build community spirit! As well as an opportunity to get involved in your local community, there are rides and amusements, bouncy castle, raffles, competitions, entertainment and refreshments.

Fun days usually start around 12-1pm, find out more by contacting your Tenant Participation Officer or the Tenant Participation Team on 020 8583 3746