Specialising in corrective exercise and Pilates, Susan Harker has developed a thriving practice at the Novotel London West Hotel. Susan tailors a holistic scientific programme to the needs of each client and here she describes the positive impact of corrective exercise on Ammar’s life.
Just like most businesses, fashions come and go in the world of carpets and flooring.
And according to Clay Miller, who with his brother Joe has been running the Carpet Store for 25 years, one of the hottest current trends is for made-to- measure bespoke rugs.
‘We’re definitely seeing more demand,’ says Clay. ‘Where people used to have carpets in their living rooms, now stone and wood floors are popular.
Lisa-Marie Johnson, Showroom Manager of Schmidt Kitchens, is describing a familiar scene. ’And that is all happening in the kitchen,’ she smiles. ‘They are today’s living rooms – it’s why kitchens look less utilitarian and much more like furniture these days.’
Artist Stephanie Villalba and her team of tutors are providing all ages with the chance to learn classical artistic skills and be creative in an inspiring studio space
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Jess Webber Jess Webber is the youngest patron of West London Action for Children. This year the remarkable local charity is celebrating its 100th anniversary – and, as she explains, its work is as relevant as ever Jess Webber has recently accepted an invitation to become West London Action for Children’s (WLAC) newest – and […]
Thor Gudmundsson raises a glass – or two – to the festive season! The cold weather has well and truly arrived, so it’s time to consider which wines are most appropriate for winter and, in particular, to enjoy at Christmas and New Year. So, not a word about rosés – unless, of course, it’s pink […]
Loc and Neville Two enterprising young cousins are bringing the delicious, healthy cuisine of their homeland to Hammersmith King Street regulars may have noticed that the former VietAce restaurant has reincarnated as Pho District. Stylishly redecorated, the name change is the culmination of much hard work by the engaging entrepreneurs who co-own the Vietnamese restaurant. […]
Mike Moran Mike Moran’s family business delivers high-quality laundry and dry cleaning services You could say that Mike Moran was born into the world of dry cleaning. He was just two when his parents, Mike Snr and Pat, opened the first Top Hat in Kingsley Road, Hounslow in 1967. Most appropriately, given this year marks […]
Andreas Hagisoteri Family-run restaurant Piate offers a delicious shared dining experience in a warm, welcoming atmosphere The hospitality gene runs deep in the Hagisoteri family. Andreas, who recently opened Piate on King Street (opposite Tesco Express) in partnership with his father, is the grandson of (another) Andreas who owned the popular Kleftiko restaurant in Chiswick […]