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You’re invited: Visions for Northolt High Street Day

Do you live in Northolt, or work or have connections there? If so, come along to the ‘Visions for Northolt’ High Street Day this Sunday (17 July). There is fun to be had, and your views are wanted.

Visions for Northolt is a regeneration project with a difference, working with local people to identify and then address issues, such as congestion, road safety and air quality.

The High Street Day offers you a chance to meet the project team, which will be sharing some of the developing ideas for the future of the area, and also share your thoughts on the future of Northolt.

There will also be a range of fun-filled events and activities for the whole family and free refreshments provided by local eateries including:

  • 9.30am to 12pm, artist workshop led by Komal Madar – outside 474 Church Road
  • 1pm to 3.30pm, artist workshop led by Renay Piere Powell and interactive drumming workshop led by Rubix Group – Northolt Village (outside 1 Ealing Road).

If you would like to attend, you can register online. Registration is not essential.

Councillor Deirdre Costigan, the council’s cabinet member for climate action and a ward councillor in Northolt, said: “Northolt is a great place to live, work and visit, but it could be so much better. That is why we are putting local people in the driving seat of change and holding events, such as this High Street Day, so that we can listen and hear their thoughts on the future of Northolt.

“We are investing more than £7million in the area, and we want to work with the community to ensure we reflect your priorities, needs and aspirations so we can bring lasting change to Northolt.”

To find out more visit the Visions for Northolt website.

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