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QPARA monthly meeting

The March meeting will be taking place on Thursday 9th March at 8pm at St Anne’s church, Salusbury Road, NW6. Doors open 7.30pm. Refreshments will be available. Agenda Apologies for Absence Minutes and matters arising from February meeting Police report Applications for charitable donations from QPARA (Mike Cantor) Councillors’ update Action Group Reports Air Quality Planning Park Queen’s Park […]

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Come to the QPARA meeting tonight for an update on plans for the Corrib Rest building

See previous post for meeting details. 

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QPARA monthly meeting on Thurs 8th Dec – Christmas Special

  Please come along to our December monthly meeting this Thursday, 8th December 2016. Refreshments from 7.30pm refreshments, meeting begins at 8.00pm. St Anne’s and St Andrew’s Church, Salusbury Road. There will be a Joint Discussion with Kensal Rise Residents’ Association (KRRA) on Chamberlayne/Keslake Road issues (see October minutes for full list of focus areas). Rik Smith from KRRA will be […]

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Smooth transfer of power as QPARA Chair steps down after three successful years

Janis Denselow delivered her final Chair’s report to warm applause and congratulations from a packed QPARA Annual General Meeting on Thursday and welcomed her successor Virginia Brand who will take the Chair at the next meeting on 8 December. She Tweeted: Thank you ALL @Qparkres for the fab flowers. It’s been a great 3 years as QPARA Chair. […]

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QPARA agrees £1000 donations to seven groups supporting the local community

At our meeting on Thursday night we agreed to donations of £1,000 each to seven local groups, organisations & charities. Here is the list of groups with links to their websites: 1. Ark Franklin Primary Academy – Building raised timber planting boxes in the school garden 2. Brent Centre for Young People  – Cost for 2 young people to undergo […]

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Join us for our monthly meeting on Thursday 10th March at 8pm

Venue: Rotunda of St Anne’s and St Andrew’s church, Salusbury Road Refreshments will be available from 7.45pm. Agenda Apologies Police Report Applications for QPARA funding from charities and local groups  Minutes – matters arising from meeting held on 11 February 2016 – Action Committee Reports Councillor’s update Main topics (focused discussions) for forthcoming meetings

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Please join us for QPARA’s AGM on Thu 12 Oct. Refreshments from 7.30pm, meeting starts 8.00pm.

Come along to St Anne’s and St Andrew’s Church, Salusbury Road. Take part in our review of the year  and get involved in our plans for 2016. Agenda 1. Apologies 2. Minutes and Matters arising from 2014 AGM (a few copies of the minutes will be available) 3. Chair’s report 4. Treasurer’s report and accounts 5. […]

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Varied topics on agenda at QPARA monthly meeting on Thu 8th Oct at 8.00pm

                  As always the meeting will be held in the rotunda at St Anne’s and St Andrew’s Church, Salusbury Road. Doors open 7.30pm. Refreshments available. Agenda Apologies Police report Presentation by Islamia Primary School Minutes and matters arising from September meeting and Action Committee reports Dog waste […]

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Come along to the QPARA Monthly Meeting on Thursday

Thursday 14 May 2015, 7.30pm refreshments, 8.00pm meeting begins St Anne’s and St Andrew’s Church, Salusbury Road Agenda ​ 1. Apologies 2. Police Report 3. A Short Presentation followed by Q&As: Beanstalk’s Reading Helpers (about reading volunteers in local schools by Rachel Ellis) 4. Minutes – matters arising from meeting held on 9 April 2015 […]

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Successful QPARA hustings

Just back from a packed hustings. Thanks to the candidates for answering some great questions on issues with a local flavour. And thanks also to Jamie Newall for chairing the session so well.

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