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Joy-riding destruction at Gunnersbury

Security at Gunnersbury has improved with the introduction of Park Guard patrols. However, two recent joy-riding incidents underline how hard it is to oversee 186 acres in the middle of the night. Rob Engelbrecht has sent this photo of damage
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Gunnersbury Events November & December 2016

Two events from the Gunnersbury team – for further details contact gunnersburylearning@ealing.gov.uk BIRD WALK, 8:30am, Sunday 27 November, Join local naturalist John Wells for an early morning walk to spot and survey Gunnersbury’s birdlife. Meet at the temporary cafe by
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Cllr Susan Smee, Acton History Group 12 October 2016

Jonathan Oates, Ealing’s Archivist,will give an illustrated talk to Acton History Group on Susan Smee: Pioneer Actonian & Councillor. It will include new material Jonathan has found about her work for Gunnersbury Park Museum. The meeting takes place at 7.30pm
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Heather Wall, Conservation student

A guest post on the visit gunnersbury website has been written by Building Conservation student, Heather Wall. She has had a fascinating experience working on aspects of the conservation project, mainly relating to smaller structures in the park.
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Museum events, July 2016

WEST LONDON FOLK BAND Sunday, 10 July 2016, 12.30 to 2.00pm Summer concert, Terrace Room, Small Mansion at Gunnersbury Park. Free, but advance booking is essential; via visitgunnersbury.org or 07803 454813. Please note that seats will be allocated first come,
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Capel Manor Gunnersbury Open Day 25 June

Don’t miss the chance to visit Capel Manor College’s Gunnersbury Centre, inside part of the walled garden. Their Open Day on Saturday 25 June, includes a not-to-be-missed plant sale. The event runs from 10am to 3pm and the gates face
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