Chiswick Market – What’s on 2021


From the Flower Market to the Antique and Vintage Market, the Chiswick Food Market and now the Cheese Market, we take a look at each of the markets, when they’re open and what’s on offer. […]

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A focus on London garden design with Alexandra Noble


The spring is almost upon us, traditionally this is a time when we focus on outdoor spaces so it’s timely to consider London garden design with a little help from award winning garden and landscape designer, Alexandra Noble. […]

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Decluttering Your Home – Home Organisation


How to Declutter your home is a hot topic – Time to meet home decluttering expert Esme Hit Netflix shows such as Get Organized with The Home Edit and Tidying Up with Marie Kondo have encouraged thousands to declutter their homes, organise and live in a picture perfect home. We’re fortunate in Chiswick to have […]

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Interview with the Vicar: Meet Rev. Denis Adide


St Stephen’s Church in Shepherd’s Bush In the first of our ‘Interview with the Vicar’ series, we meet Reverend Denis Adide – once a curate at Chiswick’s Christ Church W4, now the vicar of St Stephen’s Church in Shepherd’s Bush. Denis discusses what it’s been like to lead during lockdown, his vision for St Stephen’s […]

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Schools in Chiswick

Schools In Chiswick: Where To Live Nearby


When looking for a property within the W4 postcode, families’ decisions are often driven by the proximity to Chiswick schools. In this blog, we highlight some of the most popular schools in Chiswick and where to live nearby.  West London is known to be an exceptionally popular place for families to put down roots – […]

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Bedford Park – Why move to the first garden suburb?


If you live in Chiswick, or have a keen interest in architecture, textiles or design it’s likely you’ll know of Bedford Park. Described as the world’s first garden suburb, its creation was a model that many planners sought to emulate in the Garden city movement and in suburban developments around the globe.  The leafiness, the […]

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Ravenstower: The Story behind a Hammersmith icon


Do you know the history of Ravenscourt Square and the Pallenswick Estate? Two weeks ago, we got the call to view a property on Ravenscourt Square, but little did we know that we were about to value a piece of Hammersmith history. Since the 1850s, 17 Ravenscourt Square has stood tall and impressive at the […]

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Our top 10 spots for outdoor dining in Shepherd’s Bush this Summer


As more businesses are expanding their outdoor seating, we’ve narrowed down our top 10 eateries for a safe al fresco dinner in W12 From July 4th pubs, bars and restaurants were given the green light to reopen following certain strict government guidelines. Despite the added sanitisers, increased table spacing and app-only ordering, many people are still […]

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