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Eastcote Christmas Market & Fair - A Massive Success

The crowds turned out in force for the 2010 Eastcote Christmas Market & Fair.

On what was a cold but bright day, thousands of people filled the streets of Eastcote to mark the annual Christmas celebrations. Eastcote played host to its biggest ever Christmas Market & Fair with over 100 stalls, along with fairground rides, a Christmas Tree Forest, Santa on his Sleigh and so much more besides.

The festivities began at 10am with a continental market offering a wealth of European cuisine, fashion and crafts. This was also supported by a local traders market who provided Christmas treats, hand-made cards, and food & wine samples amongst other things.

Live performances on the stage by the local Steel Band, Coteford Infants' fantastic rendition of Christmas Carols & Live Soul Music set the tone for the day and had people tapping their feet and dancing in the streets.

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Community Planting Day Success

(Eastcote House Gardens & Forge Green)

Message from Lesley Crowcroft

Eastcote is full of fantastic people, working from 9.30am-1pm in the rain for love !!!!
Thank you to you all, I hope you are all warm and dry now.

Sponsorship were as follows:-

Bulbs for the Walled Garden: Big Lottery Grant.
Bulbs for the Rockery: TaylorWimpey
Bulbs for Forge Green: Eastcote Residents Association.
Plants for the Orchard border: Grown by the Friends of Eastcote House Gardens.

Altogether we planted approx. 7500 bulbs, and several dozen plants.

Special thanks to the uniformed groups 4th Eastcote Beavers, 5th Eastcote Cubs, 6th Eastcote Cubs.
I would also like to give an extra thank you to the 'Friends' who spent a lot of extra time preparing for today.
Peter Saunders, Linda Furnell, Keith Barnard, Rosemary Bucksey, Jane Neave.
Hope to see you all again next year, when there will be another Community Day, Warmest wishes

Community Volunteer Day - This Sunday

Eastcote Volunteer Day - Bulb PlantingJoin other members of the local Eastcote Community in volunteering for the day, this coming Sunday (31st October 2010).

We will be planting bulbs in Eastcote House Gardens and Forge Green to ensure a beautiful spring blossom of colour next year.

Please bring your own tools (trowel, forks etc) and a friend or two if possible, the more the merrier.

We shall be meeting at the car park of Eastcote House Gardens at 10:30 - We look forward to seeing you there!

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Eastcote Residents Open Forum - November 2010

Eastcote House Gardens - Celebration Picnic


Congratulations to all those involved in the Eastcote House Gardens, Celebration Picnic on Saturday 17th July. It can only be described as a fantastic success.

During the Celebrations the Mayor of Hillingdon Cllr David Yarrow unveiled a plaque to mark the complete refurbishment of the walled garden area planting and Nicholas Hurd MP presented certificates to 3 local schools for their help with the planting works in the Gardens.

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