Chiswick Pier Trust puts on an exciting programme of public events and talks to engage all ages with life on and around the Thames
Under its enthusiastic new management team, The Queen’s Head is a pub transformed. Eagle-eyed locals may have spotted that the former Smokehouse (prior to that it was The Hole in the Wall) on Sutton Lane North has recently become The Queen’s Head. And that name hasn’t just been chosen at random.
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 […]
West London Action for Children is celebrating its 100th anniversary Over the last 100 years, West London Action for Children (WLAC) has constantly adapted, reflecting society’s attitude towards children in crisis. One thing, however, has never changed: its mission to help vulnerable children in Hammersmith & Fulham and Kensington & Chelsea. Founded in 1917 to […]
Some of Doorstep Library’s group of volunteers DOORSTEP LIBRARY – Helping children to read for pleasure gives them enormous advantages in the future. Weaving their way through the sprawling walkways, carrying rucksacks and little plastic stools, Jill and Allyson are regular fixtures on this Hammersmith housing estate. They have been coming here together every Tuesday […]