Strand on the Green - July 2009
The Association were approached about the restoration of the fountain by the Strand on the Green Association, which is a resident’s association in Chiswick, in the London Borough of Hounslow.  A new riverside seating area, had been created and it was planned to make environmental improvements to an adjacent section of the riverside footpath and create a new river wall.
The area was the site of a drinking fountain provided by the Association and erected in 1889.  The fountain had not been functioning for many years and the intention was to incorporate the restored fountain into the new scheme.
A copper plaque on the south side reads “MISS ELLEN REARDON’S BEQUEST IN MEMORY OF HER FATHER, MOTHER AND SISTER DANIEL, ELIZABETH AND MARGARET REARDON”.  The fountain is of a standard Victorian design.
The restored fountain was unveiled on Thursday 16 July 2009 by the Worshipful, the Mayor of the London Borough of Hounslow, Councillor Paul Lynch in the presence of children from the Strand on the Green schools and members of the Strand on the Green Association.
 A commemorative plaque was mounted on a nearby wall to record this event, which includes those who contributed to its successful completion.