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A fond farewell to our star photographer Scott Clark


Drinks were raised at the Lyric to celebrate Scott's purple patch as a snapper. After eight years working with Horton and Garton as our number one photographer and floor planner, our Scotland expat Scott Clark is returning north of the border to Edinburgh. Scott became…

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Keeping up to speed – A running blog by John Horton


It's running time!  In preparation for my London Landmarks half marathon this Sunday (24 March) I decided to warm up with the Stafford half marathon this past weekend.   I raced with my brother - he beat me by five minutes! - and an old friend. I managed a fair time of…

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New Brackenbury tea house opens with a Sri Lankan accent


A familiar old friend in Brackenbury Village has been reborn with an enthusiastic new crew. The battleship grey of the former Brackenburys deli has been repainted pale peach to mark last month's opening of the Pekoe Mellow Tea House at 22 Aldensley Road in……

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Our Patch People: Q&A with Bianca Sainty


Bianca Sainty, 42 Founder of Pod Fitness Lives and works in HammersmithHow long have you lived/worked in H&F? I have lived in the Hammersmith area for 16 years. The fitness business has been going six years. What attracted you to the area? What are your…

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New cinema finally on its way to King Street after town hall plans approved


Finally! A cinema is returning to King Street. … The new four-screen cinema is part of larger plans to build new affordable homes, offices, shops and transform the historic Hammersmith Town Hall that were approved this week. The cinema – likely to be run by Curzon –…

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Double sell outs for screenings of ‘Two Sides of a Street’


The screenings raised funds for the Grove Neighbourhood Centre in the heart of Brackenbury Village. A Royal Ballet star, a man who owns a share in a race horse, and a peer’s daughter now live side by side with old folks who’ve rented their houses all their lives. This…

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Fuller’s says sayōnara as it sells up to Japan’s largest brewer


Independent Chiswick brewery sold to Asahi The Fuller’s brewery in Chiswick has been sold to a Japanese firm for £250million on the 60th anniversary of its popular beer, London Pride. The buyer is Asahi Europe Ltd, a subsidiary of Japan’s biggest brewer.The deal…

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Two screenings of ‘Two Sides of a Street’ will raise funds for the Grove Neighbourhood Centre


A real-life soap opera is unfolding in Cardross Street in the heart of Brackenbury Village. A Royal Ballet star, a man who owns a share in a race horse, and a peer’s daughter now live side by side with old folks who’ve rented their houses all their lives.This was the…

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Piazza Progress


Calling green fingered locals… Having spearheaded the successful Chiswick Timeline under the arches near Turnham Green tube station, Abundance London has come up with another innovative idea to revitalise the area. After consulting local residents on their proposal to…

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Clowns to the left of us, jokers to the right…


The two most important questions to ask your estate agent When you consider selling your home, you’ll begin the process of selecting your estate agent by checking their Google reviews and asking friends and neighbours for recommendations. You’ll pour over Rightmove and…

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