Friends Of Ruislip Lido – Annual General Meeting.

Notice is hereby given that The Annual General Meeting of the Friends of Ruislip Lido will be held on Wednesday 20th July 2016 at 7.30pm at Kings College Playing Fields Pavilion.


  • Welcome
  • Apologies
  • Notification of Any Other Business
  • Nominations for Executive elections
    • Chair
    • Vice-Chair
    • Secretary
    • Treasurer
    • Membership secretary
    • Committee member
  • Executive Reports
  • Treasurer’s Report
  • Executive Elections
  • Any Other Business

If you are aware of Any Other Business before the meeting, please will you advise Pat Taverner.

One Reply to “Friends Of Ruislip Lido – Annual General Meeting.”

  1. I tried to send the message below to , which is an email address on a notice posted on our noticeborad a few weeks ago. It was undeliverable, so I am puzzled, but I will repeat the message below:


    I live in Withy Lane, and some time ago you posted a notice on our block noticeboard about parking problems related to the Lido. I believe other people in Withy Lane may have been in touch with you.

    I missed what was reportedly the worst problem so far this year, which I think was associated with a special event at the Lido. Since then, summer has hardly appeared and that obviously affects the visitor numbers, especially on Sundays.

    However, shortly after your notice appeared, three rather large electronic display vehicles arrived, one on Bury Street, one on Ducks Hill Road, and one at the junction of Breakspear Road with Withy Lane. All I have so far seen them display is that the Lido Car Parks are full. I am a bit of a loss as to what this achieves. Having a large display at the end of our road appears to be saying “No parking in the Lido, so try your luck in Withy Lane”.

    I assume this is to do with the Council, and I would be happy to approach them, but I thought I’d ask first whether you’d had any involvement with these displays, and if so you know what purpose they are supposed to serve, because I may be missing the point.

    John Probert

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