Our latest edition of the ECSRA magazine celebrates some of the highlights of the last twelve months, including the installation of four plaques to commemorate four local heroes.

The Council’s City Living Local Life (CLLL) fund has been good to us as it sponsored the four plaques to celebrate the lives of notable individuals who had lived in Earl’s Court Square.  Two who have had huge influence in improving the area over 50 dedicated years and two who have contributed on a global scale. Read more in the magazine link below and in the EVENTS – Present, section of this website.

RBKC’s Neighbourhood Community Infrastructure Levy (NCIL) paid for the planters in the south-east arm of the Square which has significantly reduced the bicycle and scooter traffic taking shortcuts onto the Earl’s Court Road.

Sadly, the wonderful Lotti Henley died in April 2021. She was in her 96th year and, besides supporting many people in her lifetime, her legacy of the charity Plan Zhero’s, which she helped start, has saved over 500 tonnes of fresh food from going into landfill to date.

Dougie Fields, another interesting long-term Earl’s Court Square resident from the 1960’s, also died March 2021. Dougie has left his wonderful ‘cult’ style art and fashion pieces for posterity.

A new addition to the Magazine is the focus on fun children’s related stories and, of course, the Magazine covers the volunteer Executive Committee’s activities during the year.


We are pleased to announce that this edition of the Magazine marks Sue Lupton’s 20th year as Editor, with the responsibility of producing ECSRA’s magazine, and Judy Head’s (Head Creative Associates) 20th year of designing the layouts. Each year Sue sources the adverts which fund the Magazine, making it self-financing, and has again persuaded our generous sponsons, John D Wood & Co, to print it free of charge. The Magazine is now distributed annually, prior to the AGM, and is hand delivered to around 650 households within The Earl’s Court Square Conservation Area.


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