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Anniversary 1926 official opening of Park

Neville Chamberlain, then Minister of Health, opened Gunnersbury Park to the public on 21 May 1926, the Friday before the late May Bank Holiday weekend. The Park superintendent reported “crowds large on Saturday, tremendous on Sunday and overwhelming on Monday”.
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Cafe now selling new history of Gunnersbury!

The Scala Publications book on the Gunnersbury Park estate is now on sale in the new cafe in the Park. Succinctly written and profusely illustrated, it covers the story of the estate from the middle ages to the present and
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Gunnersbury Park, the Place and the People

7.30pm, Monday 19 March 2018, at the Chiswick Memorial Club, Bourne Place, Chiswick, London W4 2EL. Admission is free and all are welcome The Brentford & Chiswick Local History Society is hosting a talk to introduce the new Scala Publications
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Proposals for two summer events at Gunnersbury

This article is a compilation of what we currently know about the plans for the Secret Group’s event and the Lovebox/Citadel Festivals at Gunnersbury this summer. We shall report more after the public consultations. The Secret Group are proposing to
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The End of the Gunnersbury Park Joint Committee

Probably the last meeting of the Gunnersbury Park Joint Advisory Panel was held on Friday 26th January 2018. A Joint Committee was formed to manage the Park when Ealing and Acton bought the estate in the 1920s, and was enlarged
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Gunnersbury needs p/t Visitor Assistants

The Museum is looking for 6 Visitor Assistants to work with the volunteer team and help visitors enjoy the Museum, Park and historic buildings. They will support learning, oversee security, safeguarding buildings, collections, staff, volunteers and visitors and helping with
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