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ICN PDF - Ickenham Church News
UNITED REFORMED CHURCH
Contact Secretary: Celia Miller
Tel: 01895 904556
Administrator: Shellie D’Arcy
Church: 01895 634280
May 2016
ST GILES’ CHURCH OF ENGLAND
Rector: The Revd Felicity Davies
The Rectory, 38, Swakeleys Road
Ickenham UB10 8BE
Tel: Rectory 01895 622970
Tel: Church 01895 622971
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Sunday Mornings 11.00am
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–Children’s space available during
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Sunday Evening Services
The two churches join together on Sunday evenings
as follows:
– 2nd Sun – Choral Evensong at St Giles’ (6.30pm)
– 3rd Sun – ‘18:30’ Worship + The Word Service at
St Giles’ (6.30pm)
St Giles’ Daytime Services
Sunday Mornings– 8.00am Holy Communion
– 9.45am Holy Communion (with Junior Church
and Crèche) – (1st Sunday: All Age Service)
– 11.30am Matins (1st Sunday of Jan, Mar, May, July
Sept and Nov only)
Thursdays – 10.00am Holy Communion
LORENA SAID IT WITH FLOWERS!
Left: Lorena Dyer, demonstrator extraordinary and (centre) some of her fabulous arrangements: Right (l-r) Local society President Yvonne Jackson, Deputy Mayor
John Hensley (cutting the cake) and June Ford, Floral Art Society Area Chairman.
The Uxbridge and Ickenham Floral Art Society has been arranging flowers in Ickenham for 60 years and to celebrate their Diamond Anniversary they organised a very special party in the Village Hall with the theme of ‘Diamonds are a Girl’s Best Friend’. Those that came had been invited to wear ‘bling’ and they
certainly sparkled! As, too, did their guests of honour, June Ford - the London and Overseas Area Chairman of the Floral Art Society and the Deputy Mayor of
Hillingdon, Cllr John Hensley and his wife, Diane.
John was invited to cut the Anniversary cake, which we all enjoyed with a glass of bubbly while we admired the display of memorabilia and
purchased our raffle tickets for the treats that were to come.
Those treats had yet to be created by the star of the evening - Floral Demonstrator Lorena Dyer. She was amazing! Not only did she create six
completely different, large floral arrangements but she carried on a non-stop commentary about each flower, its characteristics and its symbolism as
she did so. Furthermore, she managed to weave in her own personal reflections and experiences which generated much audience amusement. And she
aired her knowledge of the subject by naming all the flowers and shrubs and inserting a few handy tips as well. Did you know, for instance, that the
shorter a cut flower the longer it will last? And she caused some amusement when she reminded the ladies, of whom, apparently, most possessed a single
earring, having lost the other one somewhere or other, that they’d likely find it by stepping on it in the small hours of the night when they got up - as we do!
After her display came the raffle and the prizes were her lovely creations. Lorena had cleverly designed them so that they could be dismantled into
manageable, but still very impressive displays, to take home, and be treasured no doubt by the much delighted recipients. Here’s wishing the Society
another 60 years of success with flowers!
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GLEBE GETS BAGS OF HELP
Did you wonder where the 5p from your Tesco carrier bags goes? Glebe Primary School is happy to tell you
that £10,000 worth of your carrier bag money is going to fund some exciting new gardens for their pupils to use.
TESCO customers country wide voted in their millions and helped good causes across the UK bag a share of a
£11.5 million carrier bag charge fund. The supermarket teamed up with Groundwork to launch its ‘Bags of Help’
initiative, which sees grants of £12,000, £10,000 and £8,000 - all raised from the 5p bag levy - being awarded to
environmental and green space projects.
Glebe Primary School Deputy Head, Mrs Marks applied for the money to create a Reading Garden, Wildlife Garden
and a Sensory Garden within the school grounds. They wanted the school grounds to be used as an outdoor learning
environment to match their brilliant new school building. When Glebe School pupils found out that their school project
was in the final three in the local area, an exciting campaign to gain the public vote began! Family, friends and
neighbours were asked to put their token into the Glebe pot within the Tesco Stores in Hillingdon. On Friday Glebe
Glebe pupils excitedly examine plans for
found out that they had come second in the competition and had won £10,000! Plans to create these wonderful gardens
the new gardens
for the children will begin straight away and it will be a community effort which aptly reflects the school motto: “We
can and we will.” Glebe Primary School is very grateful to every single person who voted for its campaign. The children will benefit from this for years to come.
KAREN HAMPSHIRE
MEMORIAL SERVICE REMEMBERING LOVED ONES
A Memorial Service for anyone who is bereaved will be held at St Giles’ Church at 3pm Sunday May 22nd. Members of the Bereavement Support Group will be in
attendance and refreshments will be available afterwards in St Giles’ Church Hall. Anyone who would find this service helpful is welcome to attend.
DROP-IN FOR THE BEREAVED
- St Giles’ Church Back Hall, 2.00pm3.30pm. Come for a friendly and informal chat over a cup of tea with other bereaved people and
bereavement visitors. Just come along or, if you would like to speak to someone first, please ring
01895 622970. TThe next meeting is on Monday 16th May (and then Monday 20th June).
Need to talk?
WE ARE HERE TO LISTEN
St Giles’ Church on Thursdays from 6.00pm-8pm and Saturdays
from 10.30am-12.30pm No appointment needed – just come in.
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ICKENHAM CHURCH NEWS MAY 2016
MAY BE?...
Here we are into the month of May. What does it conjure up for you? Bursting buds on trees; the bringing forth of flowers of
all colours; summer just round the corner; longer days of daylight or just another month in the year. Four down, eight to go to
2017.
What about the word May? It can create all sorts of possibilities. May be I could work to become the best in the class at
English or Science. May be I will play for the local football team and end up scoring the winning goal in the cup final. May
be I could complete that cross-stich picture I have been working on for the past two years. May be I will travel to far off distant
lands, experience exotic foods and see wonderful sunsets. May be I should get to talk with the neighbour across the road who
seems to be alone and in need of care and understanding. May be I will go and join the church choir or other singing groups
and get to meet other people of similar interests. May be I will put myself out and go and help at the local scout group, local
school, local hospital, local charity shop who are looking for leaders and helpers of all abilities.
There are lots of ‘May Be’ situations that come into our lives and we never take that final step. Why do we never build up
the courage to take that ‘May Be’ step? Is it through fear of rejection, being shy and bashful, a question of faith and courage?
At times the world can seem to be a frightening place to live in but without ‘May Be’ taking that first step we will never go beyond our self-imposed barriers.
Why not consider these words of Ralph Waldo Emerson – “Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.” Jesus
followed many paths and left many trails of which could be considered His ‘May Be’ experiences.
JOHN MILLER, URC ELDER
HAPPY BIRTHDAY!
Dear Friends,
Most of us love parties and celebrations, and even when the numbers get larger, birthdays are great times to get together and
spend time with family and friends. By the time this goes out Tony and I will have celebrated our daughter’s wedding with a
gathering of both families, meeting friends old and new… no cake in sight, unless you count one made of whole cheeses!
It doesn’t seem a minute since our children were small and choosing the theme of each cake as birthdays came round.
Memorable creations were Mickey Mouse and Thomas the Tank Engine for Matthew, and then a ‘My little pony’ castle and an
entire stable full of equine friends (compete with correctly coloured heads peeking over the stable doors to represent the ponies
/ horse we had at the time).
The church year is full of celebrations! At Christmas we celebrate Jesus’ birthday - God coming to earth as a helpless baby to
be one of us and show us how to live. At Easter we celebrate Jesus being raised from the dead - meaning that now, if we turn to Jesus and ask for His forgiveness,
our sin is dead and buried, and we can inherit eternal life… a great cause for celebration.
During May, the church family will gather to celebrate the Birthday of the Church. When Jesus rose again He went back to heaven, but He told His disciples that
He would send the Holy Spirit to be with them as their guide, encourager and comforter. The disciples had hidden themselves away - terrified of the authorities
- but one morning, as they were praying, God the Holy Spirit appeared like a rushing wind and flames of fire. Suddenly the disciples filled with courage, and
boldly proclaimed their faith in Jesus to the whole city.
Three thousand people turned to Jesus on that one morning, and the Church was born. United by a common faith in Jesus Christ, and held together by the
Holy Spirit who acts as the glue between us. Now that’s a birthday to shout about – HAPPY BIRTHDAY CHURCH! Do come and celebrate with us on May
15th 9.45am at St Giles’ or 11am at the URC.
city
With love,
Feli
ST GILES’ CHURCH
STREET PRAYER LIST
Come and join us in St Giles’ 8.00am
and 9:45am Sunday services as we
pray for those living or working in the
following roads in the Parish:
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8th
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22nd
29th
Cyprus Terrace
Derwent Avenue
Dukes Rise
Edinburgh Close
Edinburgh Drive
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ICKENHAM CHURCH NEWS MAY 2016
THANKS FROM FRED’S FAMILY
Anne, Paul and Claire Howard would like to express their grateful thanks to Felicity,
Brian and the whole St Giles’ Church team for the wonderful send-off they gave Fred
Howard. “The Eulogy from Roger Tomlin and the wonderful tributes from David
Kershaw, David Millen and Cavin Higgins will, we hope, live long in the memory
and were fitting tributes to a man who had Ickenham in his heart.
“We would also like to thank Lynn and Neil and the complete Sherry’s team
for their professionalism and kindness and Inspector Rob Bryan for arranging the
Police guard of honour. You did a great service to a man who was incredibly proud
of his service to the Met police and the community.
You certainly made a difficult day into a memorable one and you will never know
how grateful we are to all of you.
“Alan Noad wrote a lovely tribute to Fred in the April issue which was greatly
appreciated. Our final thank you is to everyone that sent condolence cards and
attended the funeral, we have been overwhelmed by the sheer volume of support
we have received. Thank you so much to everyone.”
MESSY EASTER
St Giles’ had a very ‘Messy Easter’ celebration on Saturday 26th March when Family & Children’s
worker, Emma Taylor and her band of volunteers held their very first Messy Church event. Some 65
children and adults painted, modelled, crafted and cooked their way through the events of Easter week,
choosing from the many activities available in the big Church Hall.
Moving into the back hall, storyteller Martyn Payne had everyone shouting “Hosanna!” as they waved
palm branches, marched like soldiers and baa-ed like sheep, as the story of Easter unfolded. Whilst he
spoke, Martyn was quietly folding and tearing a large piece of paper, until finally he opened it up to reveal a
cross – nobody expected that! During the singing of some very noisy and energetic action songs the
main hall was transformed into a dining area so that the event finished with everyone sitting down
to chat over a delicious bowl of pasta. Messy Church is an exciting, new event for the whole family
being held in the St Giles’ Church Hall on the 3rd Saturday of each month from 4pm. The next Messy
Church will be on Saturday May 21st at 4pm. For more information, contact Emma Taylor on 07469
841886 or at [email protected] - we do hope you’ll come and join us.
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ICKENHAM CHURCH NEWS MAY 2016
ICKENHAM CHURCHES REMEMBER THE CRUCIFIXION
Members of the two churches combined on Maundy Thursday and Good Friday to recall the day
that Jesus was crucified on the cross.
On Maundy Thursday we gathered in the URC to experience a ringing performance of the
oratorio ‘The Crucifixion’. Its music was written by John Stainer in 1887 but it is still often
performed today and the combined and augmented Ickenham choirs aptly demonstrated why.
Conducted by Peter Williams with soloists David Gwynne-Evans and Sebastian Valentine,
accompanied by organist Stephen Lethbridge, it was impossible not to be moved by pieces such as
‘Fling Wide the Gates’ and ‘Is It Nothing to You?’. The mystery perhaps is why don’t we hear the
‘Crucifixion’ more often? However, one extract that is regularly presented as an anthem is ‘God So
Loved the World’ with Stainer’s lovely music and beautiful words from John, Chapter 3.
Good Friday saw a joint service at the
URC, thoughtfully led by Jean Stafford. Then
commenced, outside, the Walk of Witness – a
staunch gathering, walking through Ickenham
in silence, stopping for prayer at strategic
points on their quiet way. A few members of
the public, who just happened to be around,
spontaneously joined the walkers. The Walk
ended in St Giles’ Garden of Remembrance
The Walk of Witness passes Ickenham Shops
(pictured), where Felicity said a final prayer
and we retired to the church hall for a welcome Frugal Lunch.
Shortly after, ‘An Hour at the Cross’ service started at St Giles’ Church. We reflected on the nails
which held Jesus on the cross, and our own ‘nails’ of pride, indecision, envy and cruelty. It was a moving
moment when each person took a nail and hammered a red ribbon marked “My Sin” to a 7ft cross at the altar. Before Easter day each red ribbon was replaced
with a pure white ribbon bearing just one word: “Forgiven”. ALAN AND FELICITY
CA Q & A
Question - What do you get if you peel, dice and cook some carrots, parsnips, swede, celery, leeks and onions?
Answer - Delicious vegetable soup served at the recent lunch for Christian Aid!
The Christian Aid Lunch has traditionally been a joint churches’ event since the first lunch back in 1983, organised
by Gill Kelly (wife of the then Revd Paul Kelly). Originally an annual summer event, in November 1986, the lunches
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from the Wednesday Morning Bible Study Group brought back the lunches, now on an occasional basis, as a way of
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Over the years the lunches haveFebruary
become much appreciated
as social gatherings by our church members and folk
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from our wider Ickenham community alike, with the added bonus that thousands of pounds have also been raised for
Christian Aid. We have also been very lucky to have a good number of very dedicated helpers over the years – organAdvert soups
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THANK
YOU! Donations
to the ICN are always gratefully received and
REMINDER
individually acknowledged. Cheques, made out to ‘PCC of St Giles’ Church’, should
Ickenham’s Christian Aid
be sent to Patricia Lee at: The Office, St Giles’ Church, UB10 8BG. This month we
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May. Please give as generously as you can and tick
the gift aid box if you are a taxpayer. It costs you
nothing, but gift aid makes a huge difference to the
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Pynchester ElectricalDraft 01 – Approved
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Tel: 07914 778095
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5
ICKENHAM CHURCH NEWS MAY 2016
Unwanted houseguests?
Wasps, rats, mice, cockroaches causing you
a problem? Call your friendly local technician
for a reliable service.
rior Decorating – Advert change for 2016-02
Call us on 07793 592179 or visit
www.pest-force.co.uk
Computer I.T. Help
Setup - troubleshoot - all aspects
Servicing all areas for the past 5 years
Computers for Sale and Protection
5 – column 1 – 2 down
7 – column 1 – 2 down
Contact Meetesh on 07725 130 059
[email protected]
RIOR DECORATING’ advert
THE WINDOW WIZARD
J.C.D. Painting and Decorating Services
Your Local Plumber
DAVID CHANDLER
Specialise in Repairs and Maintenance
Full range of new windows,
doors and Conservatories.
(est. over 30 years)
Burst Pipes, Overflows, Dripping Taps, etc.
Emergency Service available
Steve Mills Director
27 Parkfield Road, Ickenham UB10 8LN
Tel: 01895 630193
Mobile 07860 370025
TEL: 020 8582 0618
MOBILE: 07789 860920
ICKENHAM AERIALS
INTERIOR DECORATING
INTERIOR
DECORATING
Aerial installations & TV distribution
Small Quality
jobs undertaken
Work
bathroom,
kitchens
etc.
Special
Rates for
Senior Citizens
Also can
tired
looking
Freefreshen
Estimatesup
and
Advice
No job and
too small
paintwork
ceilings
R. J. BADHAMS
Free estimates
and Advice
• TV aerials for FREEVIEW (digital)
• Radio aerials for FM and DAB (digital)
• Sky TV distribution & realignment
35 Wallasey Crescent Home: 01895 622061
Ickenham UB10 8SA Mobile: 07909 898591
www.ickenhamaerials.co.uk
Tel: Uxbridge 233487
R. J. Badhams - Tel: 01895 233487
REDDIFORD
SCHOOL
REDDIFORD SCHOOL
For boys & girls from 2 yrs 9 mths to 11
38 Cecil
Park, Pinner,
HA5 around
5HH
Academic
excellence
– Wrap
care
Independent–School
Regular Scholarships
Bursaries available
For
boys
and
girls
aged
3-11
years
Childcare Vouchers accepted
Update
Version
2 Excellence’
‘Winner
the 2013
ISA Award
foryear
Limited of
places
available
in some
groups
JO R
EM
Since 1985 - over 1800
installations in
Ickenham/Hillingdon
IA
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approved
VisitVisit:
www.reddiford.co.uk
www.reddiford.co.uk
or call Or
020 8866
appointment
call 0660
020for8866
0660to view
P C ELECTRICAL
Established since 1978
For all your electrical and alarm
requirements, please call Paul
on 01895 630565 or
07831 308489
WINDOWS DOORS CONSERVATORIES
GARDEN ROOMS FASCIAS, SOFFITS & GUTTERING
Freephone!! 0800 132510
8 Long Lane, Ickenham & 149 Uxbridge Road, Rickmansworth
Handyman service offered
Floor and Wall tiling undertaken
references available
Tel: 01895 274082 Mob: 07860 600079
Email: [email protected] web: www.jcd.biz
Kelly Garden Services
All aspects of gardening undertaken:
Turfing – Fencing – Patios
Hedge, shrub and tree pruning
Chris Kelly – 37 Oak Avenue, Ickenham
National Certificate in Horticulture
Tel: 01895 630963 / 07985 210058
new name for Enhance Driveways
G.TheE.
TRY
Carpentry and House Maintenance
Also works for the elderly and disabled
Banisters,
stair rails,
railings,
steps,
Professional
Driveway
& Patio
Cleaning
Gutterdoors,
Cleaning
- Pressure
ramps,
locks
etc. washing services
01895-592
or 07811 411
211
Tel: Gary
Try on592
01895
632725
www.virtuspurgo.co.uk
C.G.S.
Full and Partial
Restorations Undertaken
Pianos Bought and Sold
LOCAL PLUMBING & HEATING CONTRACTOR
Ray Baxter
9 Greenacres Avenue, Ickenham
www.actionpianos.com
Tel/Fax: 01895 635328
Mob: 07787 507 054
All interior & exterior
Trustmark Approved Dulux Select Decorator
Work guaranteed & fully insured
Painting & Decorating Association Member
Experienced
Piano Tuner
Boiler Breakdowns & Installations
Landlord Gas Safety Checks
Bathrooms & New Heating Systems
All Plumbing Work Undertaken
Gas Safe Registered Engineer
CALL CHRIS ON 07956 405747
www.cgsgasheating.co.uk
St. HELEN’S COLLEGE
Parkway, Hillingdon, UB10 9JX
Independent School
for boys and girls aged 3-11 years
WASHING MACHINES TUMBLE DRYERS OVENS
COOKERS DISHWASHERS REFRIGERATION
PLUMBING & HEATING EXPERT
Open Day Sat 21st March
Call 01895 234371 for appointment
www.sthelenscollege.com
MOB 07958 679 489 OFFICE 01895 472 829
www.aceappliancecentre.co.uk
MAY’S MAINTENANCE
CAPITOL STOVE and FIRE
Property Maintenance – Interior & Exterior
Painting and Decorating, Tiling, Guttering, Carpentry.
Kitchens and Bathrooms fitted. Fencing,
Plumbing and Electrical. No job too small
Ron May Tel: 01895 630899
Mobile: 07753 304881
Email: [email protected]
◊ Wood burners ◊ Gas Fires
◊ Fireplace Surrounds
Supplied at internet Prices
◊ Chimney Sweeping
◊ Brick Work Specialists
Tel: 0800 0282808
84 Long Lane, Ickenham, UB10 8SX
“A home from home”
Call Andrew Campbell on 01895 634 830
www.woodlandscarehome.com
MRS. KELLY MA – BSc(Hons) State Registered
Chiropodist/Podiatrist – The Ickenham Foot Clinic,
Wallasey Crescent. Tel: 077-888 62367
General foot care, including Corns, Callous and Verrucae etc.
Diabetic and Arthritic footcare. Treatment for children intoeing,
flat feet, foot fatigue, ankle instability, related lower back pain.
EMERGENCY CONSULTATIONS
Anderson Plumbing Services
WOODLANDS RESIDENTIAL CARE HOME
A family run home
Beautiful Ickenham Setting
Near to shops, post office, transport links
Highest quality 24 hour care
ICKENHAM CHIROPODIST
Plumbing and Heating Specialist
•
•
•
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Boilers serviced & installed
All plumbing work
Bathrooms fitted
Repairs, maintenance & new installation
Call Brian: 01895 631614 - 07802 711464
CARPENTRY * KITCHENS * BESPOKE FURNITURE
BATHROOMS * EXTENSIONS * LOFT CONVERSIONS
NO JOB TOO SMALL - FAVOURABLE QUOTES
CALL: 01895 674896
VISIT US: www.jhbuildingsolutions.com
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6
ICKENHAM CHURCH NEWS MAY 2016
FORTHCOMING EVENTS
Ltd
All drains unblocked fast
for which your support would be appreciated
Contact Patricia Lee with event details on 07913 430989
or email: [email protected]
ICKENHAM CHURCHES’ WOMEN’S GROUP
1st Thursday in the month at 8pm
Hardwick Room URC Swakeleys Rd
May 5th: 3pm Cream Tea at The Barn Pre booking
essential - 01895 636344 Visitors welcome
THE MOTHERS’ UNION
2nd Thursday in the month, 1.30pm-3.30pm
Rear Room at St Giles’ Church Hall
May 12th: Action and Outreach in The Mothers Union Mrs Sue Johnson 01895 635074 Visitors welcome
ICKENHAM ART SOCIETY
Every Thursday at 7.30pm
The Scout Hut, Community Close, Ickenham
Please support your local Art Society
New Members welcome
www.ickenhamart.co.uk or 0208 866 0875
ICKENHAM AFTERNOON TOWNSWOMEN’S GUILD
4th Wednesday in the month St Giles’ Church Hall,
2pm-4pm May 25th: Birthday Party
01895 634851 for details
ICKENHAM VILLAGE TOWNSWOMEN’S GUILD
2nd Tuesday in the month
URC Church Hall, 2pm-4pm
Visitors welcome 01895 676901 for details
OVER 60s CLUB
Every Monday from 12noon-2pm
Girl Guide Hut, Community Close
Exercise, Bingo and Raffle, Tea and Cakes in Summer
Entrance £2 Visitors welcome
HILLINGDON LANGUAGE CLUBS
St Giles’ Church Hall, 7.45pm
Monthly except July/August
Spanish 1st Thursday: French 2nd Thursday:
Call 01895 253472
Italian 3rd Thursday: Call 0208 863 3468
HILLINGDON DECORATIVE
AND FINE ARTS SOCIETY
Second Wednesday of the month, 2pm
Winston Churchill Hall, Ruislip
May 11th: Dame Laura Knight
Details: 01895 637479 / 01895 257134
UXBRIDGE AND ICKENHAM FLORAL ARTS SOCIETY
Ickenham Village Hall, 7.30pm May 12th:
‘Around the World in 60 days’ - Peter Bodnar
Visitors £6 Members £3 07977 546621
HILLINGDON FRIENDSHIP CENTRE
2nd Monday each month
St Giles’ Church Hall 2pm-4pm
May 9th: ‘Pioneers of Education’ - Andrea Cameron
Chairman, Hounslow Heritage Guides.
Everyone welcome Call 01895 674693
ICKENHAM MINIATURE RAILWAY
Entrance at rear of Coach and Horses
Open first Saturday of the month
May 7th 12.00noon - 5.30pm
Admission Free - Rides 50p www.idsme.co.uk
JAZZ UPSTAIRS AT RUISLIP
GREAT JAZZ AT LOCAL PRICES
West Ruislip Golf Centre 8.00pm-10.30pm
Monday May 16th:
Jim Mullen (Guitar) Geoff Eales (Piano)
Oli Hayhurst (Double Bass) Brian Knapp (Drums)
Admission £8 01895 632394
www.jazzwestlondon.com
RUISLIP LUNCHTIME CONCERT
4th Wednesday in the month, 12:15pm
St Martin’s Church Hall, HA4 6DG
May 25th: John Granger Fisher (Piano)
Admission free – retiring collection
Concerts each month except July, Aug. and Dec.
01895 625456
HILLINGDON COUNCIL OF CHRISTIANS AND JEWS
Regular interesting meetings most months
Followed by socialising and refreshments
Donation £3 (CCJ members £2)
All welcome www.ccj-hillingdon.org.uk
RUISLIP LIONS 19th ANNUAL PLANT SALE
Ruislip Rugby Club (Car Park), West End Road
Saturday May 7th: 10.00am-12.30pm
Bedding plants, vegetables, plants, quality shrubs,
hanging baskets and much, much more.
Advance Orders: 01895 673686
BUTTERFLIES
Supporting Local Children’s Charities 2016
Ickenham Village Hall UB10 8DG
Next Sale Saturday May 14th: 9.30am-1pm
Table Top Sale and Community Coffee Morning
Hand Massage, REIKI, boutiques,
‘Forever Living’ affordable plants, books,
jewellery, home-made cakes and raffle
Admission 50p - children free, good access
Details or to book a table: 01895 635224 / 676900
[email protected]
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Tel. 01895
675 371 Mob.• 07742
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Toilets, Sinks, Baths • CCTV Surveys
mail: [email protected]
Insurance work • No call out charge
www.fairies.me.uk
www.drain365.co.uk
CONNOISSEUR HOME SERVICES
Draft 1& UPHOLSTERY
QUALITY CARPET
CLEANING SERVICE
Healthy Home Products Used
Over 18 Years Experience
For Advice or Free Quotation ring
Malcolm or Susan on 01895 236 450
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insured
Toilets,
Baths• •CCTV
CCTV
Surveys
Toilets,Sinks,
Sinks, Baths
Surveys
Insurance
callout
out
charge
Insurancework
work •• No call
charge
CANCER RESEARCH COFFEE MORNINGS
Ickenham Village Hall Saturday May 28th:
10am-12.15pm
Various stalls, refreshments and raffle. We can use
your unwanted gifts or your help. Tables to hire for £10.
Entrance 50p Call 01895 634851 for details.
www.drain365.co.uk
Advert as below
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STARDUST BIG BAND IN AID OF CANCER
RESEARCH UK
St John’s Church, Hillingdon UB8 3QP
Saturday May 7th: 7.30pm
Music by Glenn Miller, Count Basie and much more!
Tickets £10 (with wine or a soft drink) on the door
[email protected]
M.S. ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN
FROM
Draft 2
Planning Applications,
8 page
editions
–
page 6 – column 3 – bo
Extensions/Conversions
by Chartered Architect
TO 17 Austins Lane, Ickenham UB10 8RH
ICKENHAM FRIENDS OF GUIDING JUMBLE SALE
07714
706392 – [email protected]
6 page
editions
– page 6 – column 3 – 7 d
Ickenham District Guide HQ, Community Close
Saturday May 21st: 10am-12noon
8 page editions – page 8 – column 3 – 7 d
Please bring items for sale on the day from 9.15am
Professional First Class Seamstress
Entry fee 40p
• Alterations and repairs
Replaces current ‘OSTEOPATHY AND HO
SPOTLIGHT PRESENTS
(clothing and soft furnishings)
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Collection & return service
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or 07443 221135
‘STEPPING OUT - THE MUSICAL’
The Compass Theatre, Ickenham
A heart-warming, toe-tapping show following the lives,
loves and laughs of a group of ordinary people
attending a weekly tap class. Wed June 8th - Sat June
11th: 7.30pm Sat Matinee June 11th: 2.30pm.
Tickets £14.50 (Concs. £12.50 unavailable Fri/Sat eves)
From Hillingdon Theatres Box Office 01895 250615
www.hillingdontheatres.uk
or from The Compass Theatre
Busine
- if possible please print logo in colour in
TELE-VIDEO
RUISLIP DRAMATIC SOCIETY
Presents ‘Allo ‘Allo.
The Compass Theatre, Ickenham.
A hilarious evening at Café René guaranteed
to delight both fans and newcomers to the comedy by
Jeremy Lloyd and David Croft.
Wed May 18th – Sat May 21st 8.00pm and Sat Matinee
May 21st at 2.30pm Tickets £12 (Concs. £11 Wed/Thurs
eves & Sat matinee) from RDS: 07856 246517 or The
Compass Theatre or at www.ruislipdramatic.org &
www.hillingdontheatres.uk
HILLINGDON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA
PRESENTS
A Summer Concert to celebrate 30 years of HPO
All Saints Church, Hillingdon, UB10 9BT.
Saturday 21st May: 7.30pm
Programme: Sibelius – Karelia Suite Smetana – Tone
Poem ‘Vltava’ Dvoák – Symphony No.8 in G major
Leader: Lucy Cumming, Conductor: Peter J. Williams
Tickets: £12 (Conc. £10, 11-16s £5, u11s free) from:
Pro Music International, Swakeleys Road,
01895 674223 Tickets also available on the door.
www.hillingdonphil.btck.co.uk
UXBRIDGE CHORAL SOCIETY
with Aylesbury Choral Society and Uxbridge
Symphonia. Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic
Church, UB3 2AB Sunday May 22nd: 7.00pm
Verdi Requiem - Conductor Jeff Stewart
Tickets £12 (u12s £6) on the door or via website
www.uxbridgechoralsociety.org.uk
AUDIO SERVICE & INSTALLATION
To Ickenham and surrounding areas
DAVID EDWARDS – Tech(CEI), MSERT
Tel 01895 235278 Mob 07866 245921
OSTEOPATHY
ANDCONSTRUCTION
HOMEOPATHY
BURTON
For back problems,
sports injuries, and all
AND REFURBISHMENT
other illnesses
Extensions, Kitchens, Bathrooms
I am on the list of specialist Private Medical
Insurers Plans, Project Management and all trades
Office:01895
675 M.D
064 Mob:07740
825 871
Dr
J P Randeria
(Hom) F.L.C.O.M
Email:
[email protected]
For appointments, advice or more
All Work Guaranteed
Fully Insured
information
please call: 01895
630549
ICKENHAM PLUMBER
VICTOR CHANDLER
Established over 30 years
Blocked Sinks - Dripping taps - Leaking Toilets
NO P L UMB ING J OB TOO S MAL L
Call 01 895 636 076 or 07721 059 407
17 Elgar Close Ickenham UB10 8HN
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