Here you will find details of local shops, schools, churches and other organisations, as well as information about local councillors and how to contact local authority departments.
Pubs and Restaurants
THE COPPER COW
Food is gastro and seasonal, with specialties of frozen margaritas and the hand-made ‘Copper Cow burger’, plus timely dining offers.
2 Fauconberg Road W4 3JY
020 8742 8545
Stylish cocktail lounge, specialising in Mediterranean and Asian food. Owned by Lorraine Angliss, of Annie’s on Thames Road.
1 Station Parade, Burlington Lane W4 2RR
020 3145 0894
THE OLD STATION HOUSE – Currently (31/5/2021) CLOSED
A bar/bistro for British/European fare.
2 Grove Park Road W4 3SG
020 3774 5648
Indian Restaurant and takeaway.
10 Fauconberg Road W4 3JY
Family-run Thai restaurant and takeaway.
24 Fauconberg Road W4 3JY
THE BULL’S HEAD
Frontage on the river, and views of the District Line. A Modern British pub, they stock ‘the very best gin Britain has to offer’ in their British gin parlour.
15 Strand on the Green W4 3PG
020 8994 1204
THE CITY BARGE
Re-opened in May 2014 after refurbishment. Features 7 rotating hand pull ales and an extensive wine list, by the riverside.
27 Strand on the Green W4 3PH
0208 994 2148
THE CHISWICK PAVILION
The former Fuller’s Sports Ground pavilion, the the bar and kitchen were redeveloped in 2019. It has a wide range of drinks and a food menu, plus isavailable for private hire.
12 Riverside Drive W4 2SP
020 3624 4927
Local shops in Grove Park are in two areas, in Fauconberg Road W4 3JY, and on either side of Chiswick railway station at Station Parade, Burlington Lane W4 2RR and Grove Park Road W4 3SG
Details of these shops appear in the sections below.
Grove Park Primary School
Nightingale Close W4 3JN
020 8994 7405
The Falcons Pre-Preparatory School
2 Burnaby Gardens W4 3DT
020 8747 8393
Burlington Lane W4 3UN
020 8747 0031
Strand-on-the-Green Infant and Junior School
Thames Road W4 3NX
020 8994 7921 (infant)
0208994 7847 (junior)
Cavendish Primary School
Edensor Road W4 2RG
020 8994 6835
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH of ST. JOSEPH
1 Bolton Road W4 3TE
020 8994 2877
60 Elmwood Road W4 3DZ
020 8994 3173
64 Grove Park Road W4 3SB
020 8994 4387
The Iranian Christian Fellowship
158 Sutton Court Road W4 3HR
020 8995 4966
Grove Park Terrace Surgery
25 Grove Park Terrace W4 3JL
020 8630 1680
Grove Park Surgery
95 Burlington Lane W4 3ET
020 8747 1549
FOOD and other items:
Budgens, 4-6 Fauconberg Road W4 3JY
Grove Park Deli, 22 Fauconberg Road W4 3JY
Bobby Food & Wine, 26 Fauconberg Road W4 3JY
Grove Park Wines, 30 Fauconberg Road W4 3JY
Station Parade Co-op, Station Parade W4 3HD
GROVE PARK ROAD
Grove Park Local, Grove Park Road W4 3RS
N. B. Newsagents, 1-3 Grove Park Road W4 3RS
Budgens, 4-6 Fauconberg Road W4 3JY
Café Grove, 7 Grove Park Road W4 3RS
The Copper Cow, 2 Fauconberg Road W4 3JY
The Old Station House, 2 Grove Park Road W4 3SG
TAKE AWAY FOOD:
Crazy Fish & Chips, 16 Fauconberg Road W4 3JY
Curry Leaf, 16 Fauconberg Road W4 3JY
Yupa’s Thai, 24 Fauconberg Road W4 3JY
American Dry Cleaners, 5 Grove Park Road W4 3RS
Jo Blu Boutique Salon, 11 Grove Park Road W4 3RS
Busby’s Dispensing Chemist, 9 Grove Park Road W4 3RS
The Carpet Gallery, 18 Fauconberg Road W4 3JY
The Chiswick Salon, 14 Fauconberg Road W4 3JY
Dogs Delight, 4 Station Parade W4 3HD
Grove Park Veterinary Clinic, 3 Station Parade W4 3HD
M C Dry Cleaners and Laundrette, 28 Fauconberg Road W4 3JY
Osborne Interiors, 20 Fauconberg Road W4 3JY
Physio Edge, 2 Station Parade W4 3HD
Places of Interest
CHISWICK HOUSE & GARDENS
A glorious example of Neo-Palladian architecture in London, it was built and designed by Richard Boyle, 3rd Earl of Burlington, and completed in 1729. The gardens are much visited by Grove Park residents, as is the café.
Burlington Lane W4 2RP
020 3141 3350
Adjacent to the A4, the former country home of the 18th-century English artist William Hogarth is open to visitors as a historic house museum free of charge.
Hogarth Lane, Great West Road W4 2QN
020 8994 6757
How To Find or Contact . . .
YOUR LOCAL COUNCILLOR
To find your local Councillor, go to the Hounslow Council Website (hounslow.gov.uk)
Then from the left-hand menu select ‘Council and democracy’
On that page, go to (left-hand menu) ‘Councillors and democracy’
Then go to the menu in the middle of the page with that name
Click on ‘Councillor information’ and a new page will come up, featuring the Borough’s Councillors. You can scroll down alphabetically or search by Party or Ward. We are in Chiswick Riverside Ward.
There is also a list of attendance, in which expected Committee meeting attendance is matched to actual attendance (this does not include Area Fora or full Council Meetings).
A direct link to the ‘Your Councillors’ page can be found here:
The 25-year, £350m PFI contract signed by LB of H created ‘Hounslow Highways’, who pledged to repair every roadway, pavement, tree and streetlight in Hounslow between 2013 and 2017.
Here is the official means of communicating with them:
1. Customer Services deal with initial first contact, eg defects such as ‘ I want to report XYZ’ (eg potholes, street lights) via
firstname.lastname@example.org or 020 8583 2000.
You can also directly report Highways issues online at
2. Any complaints, policy explanations or chasing of ongoing issues should come via the Customer Relations team. The Complaints form can be completed online
or email email@example.com or phone 020 8583 5211
who will log, distribute and monitor, and liaise with appropriate teams for responses.
Please do let us know how you get on (firstname.lastname@example.org).