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Hammersmith Locals: Download and Share the Winter 2016 PDF

Click to Download Hammersmith Locals Winter 2016 PDF Download the PDF to get in touch with locals by clicking on phone numbers, links, and email addresses. Promote friends and good causes by following them and sharing via the PDF social media icons. You can also share this direct link to the PDF: https://www.keepthingslocal.com/hammersmith-locals-download-and-share-the-winter-2016-pdf/ Do you know […]

West London Action for Children (WLAC): Emma Flanagan – ‘We work with parents to help them provide a stable family to face head on the challenges of the modern world’

Christmas is a time for families to come together and cherish one another. Spare a thought for those children and their parents who struggle, often due to circumstances beyond their control. Here we take a look at a local charity offering valued practical support and advice for those less fortunate than ourselves. In 1917, the […]

WLAC Charity Sponsor: Shoots & Leaves – A local business that cares about local youngsters

Shoots and Leaves is a truly local business with 17 years’ of trading in London. It is proud to sponsor the WLAC article in Hammersmith Locals. We hope that by highlighting the valuable work this charity does that others will also support the WLAC. West London Action for Children (WLAC) is a small independent charity which […]

Alexander Barbers Headquarters: TIPS & TALES – Fresh from the barber shop…with Stav the Barber

Let’s start with a quote from Frank Sinatra (a barber shop legend) to get us in the Christmas party spirit – ‘Alcohol may be man’s worst enemy, but the Bible says love your enemy!’ Over the festive period there will be family get-togethers, New Year’s Eve spectaculars and the notorious office Christmas (party) to deal […]

Brackenbury Natural Health Clinic: Meet the Aromatherapists – Makeda Hemans and Olivia Inge

  In aromatherapy essential oils are used in conjunction with a unique and special massage to rebalance the nervous sytem and the metabolism of the body. The oils are chosen individually to suit the client both mentally and physically. Some of the benefits reported include restored energy levels, reduced pain and anxiety, improved circulation, better […]

Thatched House: Find out how far the Thatched House will go to ensure dogs are as happy as human customers!

As the manager of The Thatched House in Ravenscourt Park, Ashanti May prides herself on ensuring the pub feels home from home. Anyone having walked in recently will recall being greeted by her friendly staff, proving she is at pains to pick some of the best in the catering business. ‘We have a tight-knit team […]

The Andover Arms: On Christmas Day many locals have their lunch and dinner at the Andover

It is a well known fact within the catering trade that a pub that books lots of taxis around closing time is doing something right. But, rather than inebriated locals or motorists abandoning their car after one too many, the Andover Arms sees fleets of taxis turning up for very different reasons. Firstly, the cabs […]

Bradley Cahoon: Local handyman and Mr Fixit Bradley Cahoon tells us why Brackenbury Village has been home for nearly 30 years

Word of mouth from happy customers ensures the odd jobs keep coming for Brad. Known for his distinctive bright floral shirts and pork pie hat, Bradley Cahoon has worked and lived in Hammersmith ever since he arrived in the area in the late 1980’s. But, he has never forgotten his roots in Canada where he […]

The Carpet Store: Your step-by-step guide to buying a carpet with handy hints from the Carpetstore’s secret tricks of the trade

Joe and Fiona Miller – This local family has you covered. Firstly, a bit of preparation goes a long way to help you know what you want and need when buying a carpet. Pop into the shop to try out the textures and understand the uses for different kinds of materials and weaves. A twist […]

Chartered Practice Architects: Warren Hagues – ‘We’d like to be in by Christmas’

One phrase that residential architects sometimes hear is; ‘We’d like to be in by Christmas’, or another such occasion. There’s a lot of work to be completed before the building works can begin, including: surveys, developing the brief and design, planning approvals, building regulations compliance, Party Wall Agreements and tender returns etc. Your architect will […]

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