Entries by Lucinda MacPherson

Pride month 10k Thames walk

Image above: Pride celebrations at the Black Lion Raising money for the Motor Neurone Disease Association By Lucinda MacPherson More than 200 people signed up for a 10k Thames walk […]

Happy 150th birthday Heath Robinson

Image above: Detail from ‘Testing artificial teeth in a modern tooth works’ (full picture below), reproduced courtesy of the Heath Robinson museum Guest blog by Lucinda MacPherson 2022 marks the […]

Could it Be Magic?

Magician and comedian Paul Aitchison is performing his show Could It Be Magic? on 11 and 18 June at The Chiswick Playhouse. Paul plays a number of characters competing in […]

High Road Lights up with local art

Did you notice some colourful new artworks while waiting for the bus this weekend? Future Visions, is the result of a collaboration between Hounslow Council and local artists. It went […]

Fancy That!

The Annual Fancy Dress Parade has been a highlight of the Bedford Park Festival for over 50 years. This picture, taken back in 1980, prompted the question: where are they […]

Turner’s English Coasts

Christine Riding and Andrew Marr before A Shipwreck at Turner’s House. Photograph Kilian O’Sullivan Broadcaster and art enthusiast Andrew Marr opened an exhibition of J.M.W. Turner’s original maritime watercolours and […]

Wish You Were Here

Local artist Charlotte Berridge launched a new set of postcards this month celebrating three of Chiswick’s iconic buildings. “It was really difficult narrowing down which three buildings to illustrate”, explains […]

Talking Trees

Behind the Grade 1 listed red brick garden wall shielding Hogarth’s House from one of the busiest roads in West London, lies a garden, at the heart of which grows […]

Viva Republic!

Kuldeep Mattegunta, head chef at Republic, puts finishing touches to one of his street food inspired dishes. Republic is at last set to open for diners on Chiswick High Road […]

Playing To The Crowds

Picture left by Lucinda MacPherson, picture right by Anna Kunst Did you hear a rather classy busker entertaining the queues at the flower market on Sunday? The last time David […]