The Park

Treewalks, zip lines and high ropes

Ealing Councillors have given approval for their officers to work with the Gunnersbury CIC to negotiate a contract with Go Ape (Adventure Forest Ltd) to install zipwires and tree walks in the trees around the children’s playground, the derelict changing
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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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Volunteer Co-ordinator post advertised

The Gunnersbury Estate (2026) Community Interest Company is seeking a part-time Volunteer Coordinator to work across the museum and gardens to support the organisation’s learning and community programmes. Part-funded by Heritage Lottery Fund, the Volunteer Coordinator will be a key
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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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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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