About Us


BMRA Serving its members since 1962

BMRA represents the following streets

BMRA represents the following streets

The Objects of the Association shall be to further the amenities and to protect the common interests of those residing in the Boston Manor area.  

The Association is non-party and non-sectarian.

The qualifications for membership of the Association shall be by residence within the recognised area known as Boston Manor and by payment of an annual subscription, the amount of which shall be fixed at the Annual General Meeting and which are due on 1st May.

The aim is to have each street represented by a designated person to whom subscriptions can be paid (currently £3 per annum) and who will either attend the committee meetings on members behalf or ensure that any concerns or suggestions are passed to the executive committee.


BMRA represents the following streets

BMRA represents the following streets

BMRA represents the following streets

Balmoral Gardens . Banbury Court . Boston Gardens, Brentford . Boston Gardens W7 . Boston Manor Road . Boston Parade

Boston Road (part only) . Boston Vale . Burnham Way . Bridge House . Cantley Road . Cardiff Road . Cawdor Crescent . Chalfont Way . 

Chepstow Road . Clitherow Avenue . Clitherow Road . Christopher Avenue . Erlesmere Gardens . Fulmer Way . Haslemere Avenue

Manor Vale . Midhurst Road . Mervyn Road . Newland Gardens . Raymond Avenue . The Ride . Swyncombe Avenue .  Southdown Avenue . Walmer Gardens . 

Wildberry Close . Wellmeadow Road . Westlea Road . Woodstock Avenue . Wyndham Court


Meeting Dates 2020

BMRA represents the following streets

Meeting Dates 2020

  Members Welcome

Upstairs at the Harvester  20.00 hrs

18th March 2020


30th May 2020 19.00 hrs

The Annual General Meeting will be held at


Wildberry Close, W7

This is at the end of the service road that runs off Cawdor Crescent and is behind Boston Parade shops (Sainsbury's ) and restaurants.

There will be limited parking on site for those that have difficulties walking but also free parking in the surrounding streets.

Councillors representing the BMRA area


  David Millican, Paul Driscoll, Fay Block


Theresa Byrne, Joanne Camadoo, Yoel Gordon


 Guy Lambert, Melville Collins, Corinna Smart