News and Notices from PHRA

Park Hill Showcase

Come and participate in the first Park Hill Showcase at St Matthew's on the afternoon of Saturday 30 September. Brought to you by PHRA and St Matthew's Church. See the attached poster for more details and how to register.... Read more

Privacy Statement

Park Hill Residents Association (PHRA) Data Privacy Statement PHRA holds the following data on its Members: Name; Address; Telephone Number(s); Email Address; Contact preferences Subscription record. Only Committee Members and assistants who require access to this personal ... Read more

Constituency update - January 2023

Dear friend, I hope you’ve all had a positive start to the New Year! Update on the London Ultra Low Emission Zone As many of you will be aware, the ULEZ is due to be... Read more

Successful litter pick

PHRA hosted another record litter pick. 28 volunteers collected 52 bags of rubbish, as well as an assortment of road signs, a traffic cone, matting, hubcaps, roofing material, and other items. The streets look much tidier. Many thanks to all those who helped.  ... Read more

Patient Participation Group

If you would like to join your local Patient Participation Group (as featured on p.10 of Park Hill News), please use the following address to register, not the one in the original article:  . The attached copy of the article has the correct email address as shown in the previo... Read more

PHRA Litter Collection

Join our summer litter collection on Sunday 12 June. Meet from 12 noon at the bench near the sundial at St Matthew's Church. Please bring gloves and wear sensible shoes; we will supply bags and sticks. The litter pick will last an hour and a half, but please come for as long as you can. Your challen... Read more

Annual meeting, subscription

Park Hill Residents Association will hold its annual meeting on Thursday 26th May at 8pm at St Matthew's Church. Come along and meet the committee. Hear what they do throughout the year. Discover what you can do yto help. As usual you will have the chance to pay your subscriptions at the meeti... Read more

Record Numbers

Park Hill Residents Association January litter pick attracted 27 volunteers who collected a remarkable 49 bags of litter along with the usual estate agents signs, hub caps and other metal, an ironing board, some air-conditioning ducting, a helium canister and a bicycle. Thank you to all who helped. ... Read more

News in different languages

There's something new about the winter 2021 edition of Park Hill News, which should be dropping through your letter box any day now, and is in the Newsletter Archive of this website. On the front page is a QR code (one of those things we learnt about thanks to the pandemic). If you scan this it will... Read more

PHRA would like some help

PHRA is run by a small committee and newsletters are delivered by a slightly larger group of residents. See below where you could help us.... Read more

Towers and more

WATER TOWER The hoarding around the tower is to enable essential health and safety works. The turret at the top of the tower is not secure and needs urgent attention. The hoarding has been built far enough out from the tower in case anything falls from high up. We do not yet have a time frame for... Read more

Park Hill Residents Association

OUR FINANCES - SEPTEMBER 2020 David Stanton, our Treasurer, reports on the Association’s finances for the year ending 29 February 2020. The accounts and balance sheet are attached:- PHRA has continued in the same good health financially in the 2019-20 year as in the previous year. Our income... Read more

Record Litter Collection

18 Park Hill Residents collected a record 33 bags of rubbish in the 2020 "Spring Clean". In addition they found a technical tripod, a pushchair, a road sign, some hub caps as well as other hardware items. Many thanks to all who took part.... Read more