Newsletter archive
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The Cherry Tree, 1999 – 2006
From 1999 to 2006, the CTRAA had a printed newsletter, "The Cherry Tree", which was published two or three times a year.
Here are all the back issues in pdf format. Happy reading!

(1.03 Mb) Main stories: No entry stops rat run down Vicarage Gate, Cycle traffic to be allowed through no entry at PGT? Action against graffiti. Good and bad parking.
(136 Kb) Main stories: Barrier at the top of PGT to stop illegal car entry. Farmers Market already a success. History of the Cherry Trees area.
(316 Kb) Main stories: The filming of 102 Dalmatians. The temporary church in PGT that lived for almost 100 years. No entry at the top of Vicarage Gate stops the rat run.
(184 Kb) Main stories: How will the congestion charge affect us? The history of “Millionaires' Row”.
(208 Kb) Main stories: The nursing home is to be sold. Kensington Church Street history, part 1.
(388 Kb) Main stories: Summer and autumn parties. Kensington Church Street history, part 2.
(180 Kb) Main stories: Notting Hill Carnival stays on its route - for now. Kensington Palace history, part 1.
(236 Kb) Main stories: Welcome to our Golden Jubilee Party. Kensington Palace history, part 2.
(296 Kb) Main stories: Will there be a law to stop dog dirt? 20mph limit for our streets next year? Kensington Palace history, part 3.
(364 Kb) Main stories: The nursing home sold to luxury flat developer. Congestion charges in the 1700's.
(212 Kb) Main stories: Fighting for the nursing home. When Palace Gardens Terrace was Queen Victoria's Silicon Valley.
(992 Kb) Main stories: Nursing home decision delayed. Congestion charge zone extended to us? The history of 128 Kensington Church Street.
(1.5 Mb) Main stories: The council says no to luxury flats instead of nursing home. Maria Callcott, the lady who wouldn't be ladylike.
(1.0 Mb) Main stories: The big battle for the nursing home. Double summer parties big success. The incomparable Max Beerbohm.
(1.0 Mb) Main stories: Nursing home decision to the High Court. Congestion charge next year for us. Bye, bye, Barkers.
(1.3 Mb) Main stories: Nursing home High Court date set. Congestion charge comes in February. When Shackleton lived in Vicarage Gate.