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It is with great sadness that we announce the closing of the Perivale Park Course. Despite the overwhelming public support with 3500 online petitions and 2500 signatures, Ealing Council decided to permanently close the century-old course. This decision disregarded the importance of the amenity to the community. We thank all those who supported us in trying to preserve the Perivale Park Course.

Voices of Our Campaign: The Impactful Figures Leading the Charge
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"Joined Our Cause: we were working hard to preserve the Heartbeat of Our Community."

Keep Golf For All 

Perivale Park Golf Course was a green open space and we were trying be part of the plan for a Regional Park in West London. This course was special - welcoming, flat and perfect for anyone to give golf a go. Promoted mental health, wellness, and sociability. Was support outdoor activity for people of all ages, gender and ethnicity in a safe and friendly environment, provided easy and affordable access to golf for everyone of all abilities.

Preserve Our Heritage
for Future Generations

Our campaign was dedicated to protecting the century-old Perivale Park Golf Course, an important part of English heritage that is rich in sportsmanship and community bonds. Join us in safeguarding this cherished site by signing petitions and writing to your MP. Together, we were trying to preserve this historic course and its legacy for future generations.


Green Space Neglect: Potential deterioration of the previously well-maintained golf course area. Flooding Risks: Increased flood hazards with the loss of the natural barrier provided by the golf course. Community Asset Loss: The golf course served as an active community and recreational hub, especially for valuable people who easily get excluded from society such as seniors, disabled individuals, minorities, and the working class. Health Impact: Overlooked the proven health benefits of golf compared to just walking. Questionable Decision-Making: Highlighted the need for more transparent and consultative processes in decision-making. Council leaders' official position was to close first and conduct feasibility studies afterward. Relocation of the Golf Club Community: The golf club community was moved to Brent Valley Municipal Course, with the majority of members relocating to the new venue. The Ealing Council's haste and lack of clarity in planning underscored the need for careful consideration of these impacts on the community and the valued green space of Perivale Park.

We Were United to Save Perivale Park Golf Course – Read Our Old Blog Posts!

We Were Involved

The public's support was crucial. They signed our petition on, participated in the Ealing Council consultation, wrote to their MP and councillor, and helped us spread the word. Together, we can protect this cherished local asset.

Golf Players Petition  Save Perivale Park Golf Course

The public supported us by signing our petition on and leaving comments for Cllr Peter Mason. Our petition had already garnered around 3700 signatures and was growing daily. Your support was crucial in saving Perivale Park Golf Course. Thank you for joining us and helping make a difference!

What Our Supporters Say

"As retirees, the golf course has been our sanctuary. It's where I find peace and companionship. When we are there, we're not just playing golf but nurturing our mental health and staying active. This course is a vital asset for our community's physical and mental wellness. The thought of it being closed is heartbreaking. It's a crucial part of our life, and I know many others feel the same way."

Lahkvir Rai / Joe Jadavjee . Retirees, Local Residents

In The Spotlight: What the Press Says About 'Save Perivale Park Golf Course' Campaign:

.".. but local environmental charity warns of increased flood risk." 
"Perivale Golf Course provides local homes with protection from flooding"


Press Enquiries:

Media Corner: 'Save Perivale Park Golf Course' Campaign

Interested in our campaign to safeguard Perivale Park Golf Course in Ealing, West London? This space is vital for community well-being.

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Reach out for information, interviews with campaigners, and insights into our efforts to protect this essential green area.

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