The Hanwell Big Local Partnership2019-03-08T13:19:16+00:00
HBL Pantership Group

The Hanwell Big Local Partnership

The Partnership is composed of Local Residents and Representatives from local organisations who are passionate about seeing positive development in the Hanwell Big Local Area.
Through consultation of the Community the Partnership put together the Community Vision and Plan. The Partnership are responsible for overseeing the implementation of projects.

HBL Partnership was formed in January 2015. It consists of 10 voting members.

Hanwell Big Local Partnership

Nigel Clarke

Message from the new HBL Chair Nigel Clarke

“Since I moved into this part of North Hanwell four years ago, I have been struck by its lively friendly diversity, sense of place and feeling of community. I felt at home and involved straight away. Since taking over the chairmanship of the Hanwell Big Local Partnership committee, I have been very encouraged by the growing enthusiasm and commitment of its members, and by the fact that their efforts are growing and strengthening the sense of community, and community involvement in our area.
We are involved in a ten year plan to leave this part of North Hanwell a better place for everyone. This plan and our involvement depend entirely on the ideas and feedback, which we receive from residents – that’s you. So the success of the schemes and projects which we sponsor and encourage depend on surveys and questionnaires, and they are managed and modifed with the feedback which we receive.

So if you haven’t heard of us, or heard from us, it’s not for want of trying, and we want to hear from you, so get in touch; you can find out about us, and we can find out about you, and together we can make a permanent and sustainable difference.”

Anne Fowles

Vice Chairperson – Anne Fowles

“I joined the partnership at the beginning of HBL and through it I’ve enjoyed coming to know our neighbourhood and people that live and work here. I’ve also been able to contribute to and see the development of HBL projects over the four years that HBL has been running.
It’s been rewarding to see projects grow, such as the children’s holiday clubs which has gone from strength to strength and is now highly-valued by many local families. HBL has also offered a wide range of training opportunities to local people, supported the local youth clubs, enabled the training of two gardening apprentices and gardening sessions at Copley Wood and given small grants to local groups and individuals. All these activities bring benefts to our area and it continues to be satisfying to be part of enabling these positive changes to happen.

So if you have an idea for the community then HBL could help you to develop it and realise it. Alternatively if you simply want to contribute to HBL’s work and fnd out about all the good things that are going on in our area then do get in touch.”