Police Called To Chiswick House Incident

After investigations, no allegation of crime made


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Chiswick House have confirmed that police were called to investigate an alleged incident yesterday (Monday, June 18) in Chiswick House Gardens.

A statement from Chiswick House and Gardens Trust said that following the police investigation, no allegation of crime was made . An ambulance was also called to the park after the alleged incident was reported at around 3 p.m.

The area was cordoned off for some time. It is not thought that anyone was injured or required hospital treatment.

The statement from the Trust said : “Police have investigated an alleged incident yesterday at Chiswick House Gardens. Following their investigation, no allegation of crime was made.”

Sarah Finch-Crisp, Director of Chiswick House and Gardens Trust commented ;

“Public safety is hugely important to us.  The 65 acre gardens are well used and much loved with around 1 million visits a year being made. 

The presence of our park Warden Service, introduced in 2010 following the restoration of the gardens, helps to ensure that the gardens have an excellent safety record; this has led to our being awarded the Mayor of London’s Safer Parks Award in the top gold category for two years running”.

To request assistance, report an incident or suspicious behaviour in the gardens, please call the Chiswick House Wardens on 07790 959 999.  

June 19, 2012