Have your say and help shape the future of Northolt by completing an online engagement activity or registering to attend an event.

High Street Day
Sunday 17th July
Join us for a day of events in Northolt on Sunday 17th July. As part of Visions for Northolt, our team will be sharing some of the developing ideas for the future of the area, along with events and activities for all the family. High Street Day offers a chance to meet the project team and share your thoughts on the future of Northolt, and we will be popping up with tables, chairs and free refreshments provided by local eateries. 

Church Road - Outside 474 Church Road
9.30am to 12pm
Join us for an artist workshop led by Renay Piere Powell.

Northolt Village - Outside 1 Ealing Road
1pm to 3.30pm
We will be joined by local artist, Komal Madar. We also have an interactive drumming workshop led by Rubix Group.

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High Street Signage Competition
Between now and 7th July, we are inviting young people, aged 6-18 years, to take part in creating their own wayfinding suggestions for Northolt’s high streets. Winners will have their designs turned into temporary signage and displayed in Northolt by Autumn 2022. This is a great opportunity for young people to see their efforts reflected in local change whilst celebrating and promoting local businesses and community assets. To take part, download the pack and return to us via our email.

Art Stops Brief
Between now and 7th July, Ealing Council are inviting local creatives to submit their ideas to temporarily activate and celebrate public spaces across Northolt through a series of graphic installations.Installations could be artworks of mixed media, such as murals, applied to blank walls, floors, ceilings, windows, shop fronts, street furniture or shutters. In particular, we are looking for installations that will help to activate and celebrate Northolt’s local high streets and shopping parades.These graphic installations will be designed and delivered in collaboration with local community groups and organisations in Northolt. To take part, please download the brief and register an interest via our application form.

Youth Engagement Pack
We are inviting schools across Northolt to participate in an exciting programme to empower young people to shape change in Northolt. Alongside a number of facilitated workshops we are providing young people the opportunity to take part using the self-facilitated workshop toolkit developed to inform the Visions for Northolt programme.

Are you a creative who lives or works in Ealing?
Do you have a connection to Northolt and its surrounding area? Are you interested in working with the local community to develop public artworks or events in Northolt? If so, then please get in touch! Drop us an email at visionsfornortholt@ealing.gov.uk

Are you interested in or already working towards tackling the climate and ecological emergency in Northolt?
Do you need support to develop your projects and ideas? If so, then we would love to hear from you. Through the Mayor of London’s Future Neighbourhood programme we are exploring locally-led ideas to reduce waste, pollution and carbon, and create new jobs in the green economy. To find out more, please email us at visionsfornortholt@ealing.gov.uk.

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