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Queen’s Park News – a message from our newsletter editors

We started preparing the QPARA spring newsletter just before the coronavirus emergency escalated.  Whilst we would love to have a lively QPARA newsletter popping through your letterbox in a few weeks’ time, we have decided that sadly, it does not make sense to produce one just now. The newsletter takes some time to write, design, print and distribute to your door, so we feel we it’s impossible to produce an edition with up to date content.

Please keep looking at this website for news of QPARA’s activities. We have many dedicated members who work for the good of Queen’s Park in a variety of spheres. These working groups will continue to function as best they can during this crisis.

Queen’s Park is a strong community. This is a time to make our community even stronger – and to draw on the strength that community brings.  

And look out for the next edition of the newsletter in the Autumn!

Keep safe, Editors, QPARA Newsletter (

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Beautiful morning in Queen’s Park

Lots of joggers and walkers out this morning – all observing the 2 metre rule. We are very lucky to have the park to take our daily exercise in.

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New local support network to help those most at risk and those self-isolating with symptoms in the QPARA area. Please contact our coordinators if you need help with shopping or can offer help. We will be delivering this leaflet door to door across the area in the next few days

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Queen’s Park Open Gardens and Studios

Regrettably we have had to make the decision to cancel this year’s Open Gardens and Studios event which had been been planned for Sunday 14th June. We hope that it will be back again next year. 

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Coronavirus news from Lonsdale Medical Group

The LMG Practice Manager has asked local groups to post information about changes to appointment booking because of the Coronavirus (Covid-19). LMG also serves patients previously with Blessing and Park House practices.

To protect patients from cross-infection, and keep LMG staff healthy, they are seeking to minimise face-to-face visits to the surgery. The telephone triage system successfully launched last year for same-day consultations is being extended to routine appointments as far as possible.

Full information is available on the LMG website  – which will be updated regularly as the situation evolves. But the key elements are:

  • If you think you have the symptoms of CV (a temperature above 37.8C or a new dry cough) DO NOT go to the surgery, the Urgent Care Centres or A&E; look at the online 111 site for advice  ; or if you can’t do that, call 111 (which is likely to be very busy!)
  • If you have already booked a GP appointment, DON’T go to the surgery, but wait for a Doctor to call you, to see if your issue can be resolved on the phone
  • For future appointments, please look first online (via Patient Access or any other App you use) to book a telephone call (same-day or future date) from a GP
  • Failing that, call the surgery and explain your issue briefly to one of the trained receptionists, who will book you a GP call-back (same-day or future date)
  • A face to face appointment will then be arranged if needed

LMG is also posting advice on its Facebook page (link at the bottom of the Home Page) and its website has a translate facility into dozens of languages (Translate button bottom right of the Home Page)

Stay well, everyone!

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Public meeting and discussion “Health Matters: a challenge for us all” postponed

We have had the following message from our friends in Brent Patient Voice:

“With great regret BPV is postponing the public meeting and AGM we recently announced for 30 March 2020 at Harlesden. This follows careful assessment of the rapidly developing coronavirus situation. We consider that the right course now on the 11th of March is to postpone or not attend non-essential gatherings. See our website post “Coronavirus and BPV” on .

“We were greatly looking forward to hearing Sir Amyas Morse, new chair of the LNWUH Trust, and Simon Crawford, Director of Strategy. They concur with us that postponement is the right course of action and hope it will be possible to restore the event when the situation allows.”


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Queen’s Park Day

Queen’s Park Day 2020 will be held on Sunday Sept 13th and the Queen’s Park Day team are already making plans for another fantastic event. 

Stall application forms will be available from the QPARA website from April 1st and the closing date for submissions is May 17th. All applications are reviewed after the closing date and successful applicants should hear early June.  Could anyone interested in having a stall please wait until after April 1st before contacting the team. The regulations for stallholders are on the website. 

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Public meeting and discussion “Health Matters: a challenge for us all” on Monday 30th March organised by Brent Patient Voice

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Remembrance service on Sunday 10th at St Anne’s Brondesbury and public act of remembrance on Monday 11th in Paddington Old Cemetery, Willesden Lane

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Autumn edition of Queen’s Park News is out now

Our volunteers will be distributing the November 2019 edition of Queen’s Park News to all households in the area over the next couple of weeks. You can read it online now. 

Thanks to Judy Lee our editor and everyone who has contributed. 

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