Category: Gunnersbury Park

  • Ice Age Kingdom has been postponed until further notice

    Cllr Joanna Dabrowska has found out today that the Ice Age Kingdom event has been postponed until further notice. As readers will know, the event organiser submitted their planning application rather late, with a great probability of the application going for decision making by planning committee. This would have occurred after the event was supposed…

  • Ice Age – Statement from Gunnersbury Park

    Cllr Joanna Dabrowska has just received this statement from Gunnersbury Park about an Information Drop-In Session next week, Friday, 15th March 2019 between 1400 and 1900 at the Park’s Museum. Cllr Dabrowska, having read this statement, is raising a couple of serious discrepancies that differ to the planning application that the event’s organiser has submitted…

  • Lovebox & Citadel Festival Presentation to Residents

    Residents have been recently invited to monthly residents’ meetings regarding the planned festivals at Gunnersbury Park this summer. Cllr Joanna Dabrowska who attended February’s meeting raised various logistical as well as anti-social behaviour concerns. The organisers of Lovebox and Citadel festivals have published their presentation which they showed to residents.  Please click here to see…

  • The man behind Ice Age – The Lost Kingdom, the new event at Gunnersbury Park

    It has come to Cllr Joanna Dabrowska’s attention that the man behind the forthcoming Ice Age event at Gunnersbury Park has a chequered past. A string of short-term dissolved companies and a prison sentence for fraud are some characteristics of the event company’s director, Mr David (Fung) Lee, of course, unless another chap of the…

  • Ice Age event coming to Gunnersbury Park but local residents feel frozen out

    Many residents have contacted Cllr Joanna Dabrowska having found out about the impending several week event to be held in April at Gunnersbury Park, not by the Park, but via social media. Cllr Dabrowska, was originally informed last autumn that such an event is being considered instead of the earlier proposal of the Magical Lantern, no…

  • No Ape-ing Around at Gunnersbury Park

    Cllr Joanna Dabrowska has been in touch with Gunnersbury Park and has received this message regarding the proposed Go Ape adventure site: We have received word from Go Ape! about the proposed development at Gunnersbury Park. They have been re-assessing their strategy for the next few years and as a result they are not going to…

  • Lovebox & Citadel Public Meetings at Gunnersbury Park

    Click here to read latest updates and this year’s line-ups. Without consultation with any stakeholders, Gunnersbury Park’s events organiser, The Event Umbrella, on behalf of David Bowler, CEO of Gunnersbury Park CIC, has organised public meetings to occur once a month before the Lovebox and Citadel festivals are due to happen over the summer. Meetings…

  • Lionel Road South to be closed all 2019

    Residents may remember that Cllr Dabrowska alerted users of Lionel Road South (the road on the other side of the A4) that it will be closed for the majority of 2018 when it would reopen in the new year.  Today, Cllr Dabrowska found out that the new Brentford FC stadium has asked for a further…

  • BREAKING NEWS: Lovebox & Citadel to return to Gunnersbury Park in 2019!

    Councillors have just been notified this evening that Gunnersbury Park (2026) CIC have decided to host Lovebox and Citadel at the Park in 2019. Message from Umbrella Events on behalf of the CIC: Content, footprint, format, and infrastructure will remain largely the same as the 2018 event, however, changes will be made to several key…

  • Fundraising family event proposed at Gunnersbury Park

    Fun Santa & Walk 2018 has been proposed to be held at Gunnersbury in early December. Here are the details: Overview: Fun family fundraising event where participants collect a Santa suit from the registration tent and take part in a 5km course run and walk. Marshall guide participants as they take part in the run…