Category archives: Hammersmith W6

Hammersmith Bridge: Building Bridges

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Hammersmith Bridge: Building Bridges
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.

Property to Rent in Fulham: Palace Wharf Fulham – Riverside Living

Property to Rent in Fulham: Palace Wharf Fulham – Riverside Living
With beautifully refurbished one, two and three bedroom apartments available to rent and a dedicated on-site manager, Palace Wharf in Fulham is one of West London’s most desirable locations

Best Restaurants In London: Toro Gordo

Best Restaurants In London: Toro Gordo
The True Taste Of Spain - Exciting new dishes, Christmas special offers and a friendly, vibrant atmosphere make Toro Gordo the perfect W6 local

W6 Garden Centre and Cafe: Dreaming Of A Green Christmas?

W6 Garden Centre and Cafe: Dreaming Of A Green Christmas?
With its new Green Room dedicated to indoor plants, stylish ranges of festive gifts and decorations, family entertainment and award-winning Cafe, the W6 Garden Centre is the place to go for festive inspiration

Horton and Garton: Even Estate Agents Have To Move Home

Horton and Garton: Even Estate Agents Have To Move Home
John Horton founded Horton and Garton in May 2008 with a clear vision in mind. ‘I wanted to create an independent business that provided the best service. That meant treating every client as an individual rather than a potential sales figure and building enduring relationships – and doing it with a smile.’

Collins Motors: Keeping It In The Family

Collins Motors: Keeping It In The Family
For John Collins, one consequence of his business being such a long-standing part of the W6 community is that residents have grown up going to his garage. ‘It’s true. We have “youngsters” coming in who I remember in pushchairs,’ smiles John. ‘They’re following their parents’ example – it means we’re doing something right!’