Hammersmith Locals: Download and Share the Spring 2017 PDF

Hammersmith Locals: Download and Share the Spring 2017 PDF

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West London Action for Children celebrate 100 years

West London Action for Children celebrate 100 years

Shoots & Leaves: Spring is a time for remedial works to garden walls

Shoots & Leaves: Spring is a time for remedial works to garden walls

Thor Gudmundsson tells us why natural wines are a sign of quality craftsmanship

Thor Gudmundsson tells us why natural wines are a sign of quality craftsmanship

TIPS & TALES Fresh from the barber shop with Stav the Barber – THE HIGH FADE – CURTAINS

TIPS & TALES Fresh from the barber shop with Stav the Barber – THE HIGH FADE – CURTAINS

The Flying Yogi: Kasia Poremna tells us why she is passionate about the joys of teaching yoga in W12

The Flying Yogi: Kasia Poremna tells us why she is passionate about the joys of teaching yoga in W12

Hammersmith & Fulham Award-winning café: Rafaello Café

Hammersmith & Fulham Award-winning café: Rafaello Café

Wellêtre – The Bowen Technique: Corinne Denham is here to help

Wellêtre – The Bowen Technique: Corinne Denham is here to help

Grove Neighbourhood Centre: Spring Fete! Saturday 22 April 1pm-3pm
https://www.keepthingslocal.com/event/grove-neighbourhood-centre-spring-fete/

Aska Mucha – Insight Sports Massage: Don’t allow your pain to limit you living life to the fullest any longer!

Aska Mucha – Insight Sports Massage: Don’t allow your pain to limit you living life to the fullest any longer!

Dog of the month – interview: Albi

Dog of the month – interview: Albi

Thatched House: The Songbook Series – The Jess Radcliffe Trio April 20 @ 8:00 pm – 11:30 pm
https://www.keepthingslocal.com/event/thatched-house-the-songbook-series-the-jess-radcliffe-trio/

Brackenbury Natural Health Clinic: Meet the Nutritionists – Lowri Turner and Hannah Brown

Brackenbury Natural Health Clinic: Meet the Nutritionists – Lowri Turner and Hannah Brown

Local painter and decorator Georgina Knight hopes to make her company Ozmas a household name

Local painter and decorator Georgina Knight hopes to make her company Ozmas a household name

Don’t wait till Christmas to get that custom or classic bike you have always dreamed of

Don’t wait till Christmas to get that custom or classic bike you have always dreamed of

Thatched House: A fresh taste of spring

Thatched House: A fresh taste of spring

Architect Warren Hagues: Why it’s vital to consider how we use indoor space

Architect Warren Hagues: Why it’s vital to consider how we use indoor space

The Carpet Store: This local family has you covered

The Carpet Store: This local family has you covered

Local History Sponsor – Daniel Paul Estate Agents: Cardross Street

Local History Sponsor – Daniel Paul Estate Agents: Cardross Street

Have a workout on Fitness First Hammersmith with their FREE 1 DAY PASS

Have a workout on Fitness First Hammersmith with their FREE 1 DAY PASS

About Editor

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KEEP THINGS LOCAL IS A MEDIA BUSINESS WITH A UNIQUE LOCAL FOCUS

The company publishes four flagship magazines (Chelsea Locals, Chiswick Locals, Richmond Locals and Hammersmith Locals) with more launches planned in London and across the UK. The prime focus of each of these quarterly magazines is to showcase and support the independent traders and small businesses who do so much to give these areas their individual retail character and community spirit. This is achieved through dedicated advertorials which are written, designed and photographed by an experienced team lead by Neil McKelvie.

In every issue, these advertorials are complemented by feature articles which turn the spotlight on different aspects of neighbourhood life and interviews with notable local figures.In addition to appearing in the magazines, every advertorial is also published in the Keep Things Local newsletters, on the website and on social media. Get in touch to be featured in our Summer, Autumn, Winter and Spring issues.

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