Chiswick Flower Market

Bedford Park

Chiswick Auctions

Miss Marple to Hamilton: the centenary of ArtsEd

Based in the heart of Chiswick, ArtsEd has been setting the world alight with extraordinary talent for almost 100 years. The school kick started 2019 with two lively musicals: Cry-Baby and Disney’s Newsies, performed by their third year BA Musical Theatre students. Then later this year, their third year BA Acting students will be performing World Premieres of new plays by playwrights, Torben

Hogarth Club

Hogarth Club

The Hogarth Club is tucked away off the High Rd in Airedale Avenue. When it opened nearly 40 years ago the concept of health clubs was new to Britain, so the Hogarth was one of the first, if not the first such club in the UK. Well-known in Chiswick and well-loved by its long term patrons, the Hogarth has a homely feel to it, but also competes with the huge chains which

The London Buddhist Vihara, Chiswick

The London Buddhist Vihara, Chiswick

Chiswick is home to one of the oldest Buddhist temples outside Asia. Certainly the oldest Theravada Buddhist community in Britain, the London Buddhist Vihara in Bedford Park was established by a Sri Lankan monk Anagarika Dharmapala in 1926. ‘Vihara’ means a Buddhist monastery - a place for contemplation, worship and religious learning. Why

What happens to our recycled rubbish?

Chiswick’s Street Trees

Chiswick Pier

Chiswick Timeline

Food Market Chiswick

Gunnersbury Triangle

Gunnersbury Triangle

Photographs by Barbara Chandler - www.barbarachandler.co.uk @sunnygran Bollo Lane, Gunnersbury, Chiswick W4 5LW, diagonally opposite Chiswick Park tube station, Gunnersb

Hogarth’s House

Visit Gunnersbury Park – regular events & activities for adults and children of all ages

Gunnersbury Park

Gunnersbury Park, Popes Lane, London W3 8LQ. The park is open daily from 8.00am – dusk. The original Gunnersbury House was built by Sir John Maynard, a lawyer and politician during the time of Oliver Cromwell. In the 18th century Princess Amelia, daughter of George II, used it as her summer home. After her death the original house was pulled down and replaced by

ArtsEd

Tabard Theatre