Diary Dates and events in your area

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 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

For more information on the Rainbow Project contact Aine Hayes, the Rainbow Project Officer, on 020 8583 4813 or email

West London Working - free workshops to help you get back into work

Nearly 2 million people in the UK are currently unemployed. Coming to a residents meeting near you...

Workshops to help you get into work. Have you recently been made redundant or are unemployed and eligible to work in the UK? these workshops are designed to provide guidance on interview techniques, creating your CV and how to fill in application forms.

For more information and RSVP please contact Tenant Participation on 020 8583 4602

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

Fun 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, a visit from the 'Bug Man', 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