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.
London based photographer Doris Heinrich documents changes to local and family life during the Coronavirus pandemic. Q: How difficult has lockdown been with a toddler in the home? Peter: I have to set up my computer and monitors in our en-suite bathroom!
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.
Given that the Prime Minister has recently announced the first amendments to the lockdown – albeit on a minor scale – we thought it might be a good moment to keep you up to date with our plans for the immediate future.
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...
The Carpetstore is the only West London stockist of the Invictus range of wood, parquet and stone-effect vinyl flooring
Gasworks London is extending its offer on free gas appliance checks to over-65s
Horton and Garton has moved into the same corner office in Hammersmith where, 20 years ago, company founder John Horton launched his career. Stop by and say hello...
By combining an online pharmacy and healthy living shop, Vishal and Tanvi Patel and their team have created a valuable community resource