A new campaign group fighting plans for expansion at Heathrow Airport is inviting residents to attend its first meeting this month.
"H&fnothirdrunway" was formed by concerned local residents Victoria Timberlake and Christina Smyth and will hold its inaugural meeting on January 30.
Mrs Smyth was chairman of Hammersmith and Fulham Council’s resident-led commission on airport expansion, which produced a 56-page report on the third runway proposals at Heathrow and was submitted to the Airports Commission, led by Howard Davies in 2015.
She said: “The campaign against a third runway continues and we really want to get as much local support as possible.
“We’re really lucky to have John Stewart as our guest speaker.
"He has expert knowledge after campaigning for many years to protect the rights of residents living under Heathrow’s flightpaths.
"Anyone is welcome to come along, whether they are members or not.
"It’s time to get involved.”
The meeting takes place at Holy Innocents Church, Paddenswick Road, Hammersmith and begins at 7.30pm.
The cabinet announced in October that it was backing expansion at Heathrow over Gatwick.
Hammersmith and Fulham Council has repeatedly opposed a third Heathrow runway .
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