Take part in Chiswick Flower Market's first anniversary weekend by learning how to make a terrarium with London Terrariums.
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Have a virtual conversation with an expert on a range of topicsWhat happens when you come across a problem at home that your friends and family can't help you with? HiiGuru offers On-Demand virtual advice from real-life 'Gurus' who have been vetted to make sure they have the right qualifications and experience. Imagine, if you have a plumbing emer
"We just thought, we have this long summer holiday stretching ahead of us with nothing to do and nowhere to go, so we'd go for it"Francesca and Olivia Johns are 22 and 20 respectively. In the summer of 2020 Francesca graduated from Kings, with a degree in Geography; her sister Olivia had just complete
Support for Government Cycling and Walking Policies from Chiswick Residents25th September 2020 To: The Rt Hon Grant Shapps MP, Secretary of State for Transport Copy: Steve Curran, Leader Hounslow Council, Hanif Khan
Chiswick Flower MarketLondon’s markets are coming into their own. Chiswick Flower Market –
Looking Out From WithinFine Art photographer Julia Fullerton-Batten was "ultra-busy planning a photographic shoot with a large team of people, assistants, stylists, hair and make-up team, prop stylists, set designers etc." when suddenly everything stopped and her assignments were cancelled in March 2020. She
Chiswick Auctions busy as people focus on their homesBeing at home for the past few months has focused the mind on improving our living quarters. We may not have herd immunity but there is, it seems, a herd mentality. Whether it's digging over the garden and planting vegetables, having a clear out or getting a cat, we are apparently following the same psychological trajectory. The DIY
Introducing School Streets to ChiswickLB Hounslow is introducing ‘School Streets’ in Chiswick, to try and break people of the habit of taking their children to school and picking them up by car. At selected schools, drivers will not have access to streets adjacent to their child’s scho
Friends of Gunnersbury Park and Museum have been encouraging park-goers to buy a 'beautiful book' about the estate's history.Using three decades of research, Friends of Gunnersbury Park & Museum have collaborated with Scala, a specialist publisher for museums and art galleries, to make the book a reality.
Described as "The story
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