This year sees the launch of our new website and branding that will enable us to keep members and visitors in touch with activities in Earl's Court Square.  We have also updated the presentation of the newsletter to incorporate the new branding and a magazine style format. This will be published annually in the spring... Read more »
The Chairman’s Message thanked Heidi Bradner for her hard work on the continuous monitoring of rubbish in the Square with her team of local volunteers. Her efforts lead to a prize for ECSRA.  A cheque for £2,500 from Western Riverside Waste Authority/RBKC in their Golden Ticket ‘Recycle Right’ prize draw for organisations and community Groups.... Read more »
Earl’s Court Square resident Chrissie Courtney took over as Chairman of the ECSRA. She has valuable past experience in community work from her time in the New Forest as a District Councillor for 8 years. Christine Powell retired and was thanked in no small measure for her 10 years as ECSRA Chairman. This was the... Read more »
We had an historical write up from Melvyn Jeremiah an original ECSRA committee member, on the early activities of the committee. It originally being formed to fight a pair of brothers, who were buying up substantial properties to convert into rabbit-hutch bed-sits. Attending the 40th Celebration party were original committee members Jennifer Ware, David Ramsden,... Read more »
The Autumn Newsheet focuses on current issues and events that have taken place during the summer. The Annual BBQ and the Strawberry Tea party, held in conjunction with the Earl's Court Community Trust, both attracted many people - some regular and some newcomers to our Square for whom it was an opportunity to meet the... Read more »
The spring newsletter reviews the events taking place during the summer, including the the annual BBQ, the Strawberry Tea Party and a production of Twelfth Night by the Earls Courtiers in Barkstone Gardens. Another annual event is the Brompton Cemetery Lectures, covering the history, ecology, myths and legends of this calm and beautiful park -... Read more »
The fascinating history of the Earl's Court residents' association began in the 1970's when a proposal was put forward by a property developer to turn the Square into a multi story car park. The Square, which along with so many other inner city areas had been sadly neglected for over 30 years, was an open... Read more »