People are being invited to have their say on the future of a historic park whose listed buildings are in danger of being lost forever.
Cranford Park's grade II-listed stables and the old cellars of the long-demolished Cranford House are both on English Heritage's At Risk Register of endangered buildings.
The park's friends group was revived just over two years ago and has since been working with Hillingdon Council on plans to restore the buildings and attract more visitors to the 144-acre estate off The Parkway.
They now want to hear the public's views on how to enhance the park, including new community uses for the stables and cellars.
The friends group has previously suggested turning the stables into a visitor centre, with information about the history of the park, which was home to the Knights Templar during the Middle Ages and later housed a hunting lodge frequented by royals. The group has also discussed turning the cellars into an art gallery.
The council and friends group plan to include locals' ideas in a Heritage Lottery Fund application to secure the money to make them a reality.
A public consultation will be launched with an exhibition at the park's stables on April 18 and 19, from 10am-4pm each day. On the Saturday, visitors can take part in a free guided walk through the park's picturesque bluebell woods.
You can also see the proposals and have your say at Botwell Green, Harlington, and Cranford libraries during the consultation, which runs until May 11, or at St Dunstan's Church, within the park, on Saturdays.
Alternatively, you can see the plans and comment online at http://www.hillingdon.gov.uk/article/22710/Public-consultations-and-other-events, where they are due to go live on April 18.