Working with Tani and his team was a pleasure. He was communicative and professional at every stage. Thoroughly recommend.’ – John Horton
Investing in a new carpet or hard flooring? The experienced team at The Carpetstore will help you make an informed decision. Whatever the style, design, material or budget, at The Carpetstore customers are spoilt for choice.
The Carpetstore is the only West London stockist of the Invictus range of wood, parquet and stone-effect vinyl flooring
Hammersmith-based yoga teacher Nahid De Belgeonne has successfully adapted to the Covid-19 lockdown by switching all her teaching – both group sessions and one-to-ones – online.
Although the Grove Neighbourhood Centre is temporarily closed and staff furloughed, volunteers continue to work behind closed doors, keeping in touch and supporting the elderly and disadvantaged households in the community.
A growing list of customers are asking when The Carpetstore will re-open. Locals have told Joe Miller and Clay Miller they have been spending their time redecorating their homes and offices and are eager to have new carpets and flooring fitted as soon as possible.
Hammersmith Bridge is one of the most elegant on the Thames. It has also had a rather chequered history. The river crossing between Hammersmith and Barnes made history when, in October 1827, it became the site of one of the world’s earliest suspension bridges – and the first across the Thames.
John Stenton describes himself as ‘one of the last of a dying breed’ of local family butchers. Here he reflects on his professional life in Brackenbury Village...
Chiswick Nursing Centre offers compassionate care and excellent facilities in a friendly environment
Gasworks London is extending its offer on free gas appliance checks to over-65s