Category: Gunnersbury Park

  • How to survive the Lovebox/Citadel festival weekend

    Whether you love it or loathe it, the Lovebox and Citadel festivals are here this weekend starting from today. If you’re attending the festivals, please respect the community, put your rubbish in the bins provided (or take it home), don’t vandalise anything, don’t be antisocial to the park’s neighbours, don’t urinate (or worse) other than…

  • Lovebox/Citadel Festivals – Road Closures

    The Lovebox/Citadel Festivals will be taking place in Gunnersbury Park from Friday 12th July until Sunday 14th July. There will be various road closures in the area including: Gunnersbury Lane, Acton – closed between the junctions of Bollo Lane and the A406/Gunnersbury Avenue From 12th to 15th July 2019 between 19.00hrs to 01.00 hours. Popes Lane,…

  • Gunnersville* Public Meeting – 18th June 2019

    Residents will be receiving an invite by 4th June (next week) to a public meeting about a series of forthcoming events at Gunnersbury Park called Gunnersville*. Tuesday, 18th June 2019 at 19:00 Gunnersbury Park Museum, Rothschild Dining Room To reserve a free place for the meeting, please click here. More information about the forthcoming series…

  • Large Unauthorised Encampment at Gunnersbury Park

    At 1451, Cllr Joanna Dabrowska was informed by Gunnersbury Park’s management that an unauthorised encampment has gained entry to Gunnersbury Park. Cllr Dabrowska has provided advice to the eviction and removal process. It has become apparent that the encampment had, earlier in the day, just been evicted from the neighbouring Carville Road car park. Residents…

  • A new series of concerts coming to Gunnersbury Park*

    Just to inform residents that festival organiser, Festival Republic, has announced its intention to hold a series of concerts in September. The series of concerts will be under the banner of Gunnersville. Whilst the festival organiser has officially announced these today, the concerts are subject to contract* and information is rather scarce at the moment.…

  • Lovebox/Citadel Ticket Ballot & Resident Permits

    UPDATE: Message from the festival organiser: Please make sure you book your complimentary ticket(s) by 11pm on Monday 8th July via the link that was previously sent to you by email. Any queries regarding the ballot can be directed to gp-residents@mamaco.com  – please use the word BALLOT in the subject line – or you can call Jackie, the…

  • Gunnersbury Avenue to be closed for three days following burst water main

    Click here to read the latest update News has come in from residents as well as formal correspondence from Transport for London (TfL). From 1200 today the A406/Gunnersbury Avenue will be closed in both directions from Uxbridge Road to Popes Lane while Thames Water repair a burst water main. Part of their work this afternoon…

  • 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…