Here, you'll find our calendar of local events we've organised for residents, as well as events organised by organisations in your community.
We understand that everyone has different preferences for how they would like to engage with us, and not all residents are able to or have the desire to connect with us online. With this in mind, we have prepared a calendar of events which includes a blend of virtual and in-person events.
We have published the dates for scheme meetings below and will share specific times and details with residents via text closer to the time. Posters with these details will also be placed in communal areas. If you would like to request a scheme meeting in your area, please get together with your neighbours to submit a request. We will schedule a meeting once five households from the same area have made a request.
We will be updating this page throughout the year with themed events open to all residents where you can share your ideas, hear more about ongoing projects and discuss hot topics as they occur throughout the year.
Resident meetings and events
12 April 2022 - Larkspur Court
20 April 2022 - Harman Court
04 May 2022 - Quayside House Scheme Meeting
11 May 2022 - Cipher and Code Court Scheme Meeting
12 May 2022 - Garden Road Scheme Meeting
31 May 2022 - Stigma in Social Housing Themed event
01 June 2022 - St Quintin View Scheme Meeting
08 June 2022 - Vantage Point Scheme Meeting
13 June 2022 - Houblon Apartments Scheme Meeting
16 June 2022 - Sheldon Square Scheme Meeting
22 June 2022 - Vista Apartments Scheme Meeting
04 July 2022 - 419A Harrow Road and James Collins Close Scheme Meeting
06 July 2022 - Quayside House Scheme Meeting
12 July 2022 - Garden Road Scheme Meeting
08 September 2022 - Sheldon Square Scheme Meeting
13 September 2022 - St Quintin View Scheme Meeting
14 September 2022 - Vista Apartments Scheme Meeting
26 September 2022 - National Scrutiny Week
05 October 2022 - Quayside House Scheme Meeting
06 October 2022 - Princess Louise Scheme Meeting
10 October 2022 - Vantage Point Scheme Meeting
12 October 2022 - 419A Harrow Road and James Collins Close Scheme Meeting
24 October 2022 - Houblon Apartments Scheme Meeting
09 November 2022 - Vista Apartments Scheme Meeting
14 November 2022 - International Fraud Awareness Week
22 November 2022 - Garden Road Scheme Meeting
28 November 2022 - St Quintin View Scheme Meeting
07 December 2022 - Sheldon Square Scheme Meeting
08 December 2022 - Cabinet Court Scheme Meeting
Events in your local community
All of the activities listed below take place at Rectory Park community Centre, 245 Rectory Park Avenue, Northolt, UB5 6SD.
For the full list of events and activities, read the latest update from Rectory Park Community First Foundation:
Inv3ntive Football Academy
A team of qualified and DBS checked coaches providing fun, safe and affordable sports programmes to girls and boys of all ability. Throughout each year, we offer weekly football classes, holiday camps, competitive matches, private coaching and much more.
They use sports as a tool to keep young people motivated and inspire individuals to improve their health and feeling of well-being. They are a local football academy, working with over 300+ children every week to help them achieve their full potential.
Day and time: Every Tuesday and Thursday, 5pm to 6.30pm
More information: Call 07443 949298, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.inventivefootballacademy.com
Yoga for beginners
Free yoga lessons
- Improve your strength, balance and flexibility
- Back, shoulders and neck pain relief
- More energy and brighter mood
- Improve night's sleep
Day and time: Every Saturday, 9am to 10.30am
More information: Call 020 8841 5263 or email email@example.com
Classes for children and adults.
Day and time: Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 5pm to 7pm
More information: Call 07833 943522 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Teaching Accelerated Learning - Tuition for students in reception through to year 11
Tuition for primary, secondary, SATs preparation, English, Maths and Science. Creating a unique and distinctive learning experience
This is a weekly mental health drop-in session led by one of our local residents. A chance to get talking and break the stigma around mental health by connecting with people in the local community.
Feel free to come in for a tea and coffee, and nibbles. You can also meet Network Homes’ Mental Health Liaison Officer.
Address: The Sele Farm Community Hub Fleming Crescent, Sele Farm, Hertford
Free and open to all, no need to book!
If you have any questions or would like to know more, please email email@example.com or call 0300 373 3000.