Author: marine raynor

Initial results released for first phase of Cycle SuperHighway 9

Initial results released for first phase of Cycle SuperHighway 9

Transport for London (TfL) has released their initial results of the consultation on the first phase of Cycle Superhighway 9 (CS9), a package of improvements for cyclists broadly along the A315 between Kensington Olympia and Brentford. Following the end of the consultation led by TfL […]

John Lewis anchor shop to £600 million Westfield expansion

John Lewis anchor shop to £600 million Westfield expansion

Westminster’s £33 million John Lewis store opens on March 20th. It will be the anchor shop of a £600 million expansion making the shopping centre the largest in Europe. Based over four floors and covering a whopping 230,000sq-ft in floorspace, John Lewis White City has […]

The Plough and Stars begins at the Lyric

The Plough and Stars begins at the Lyric

What: The Plough and Stars – A play by Sean Casey Where: The Lyric Theatre When: 15 March – 7 April ‘The time is rotten ripe for revolution’ Set amid the tumult of the Easter Rising, The Plough and the Stars is the story of ordinary lives ripped apart by […]

The Upper Room Winter Lectures – Wednesday 18th April

The Upper Room Winter Lectures – Wednesday 18th April

What: The Upper Room Winter Lectures Where: St Saviour’s Church, Cobbold Road When: Wednesday 18th April Time: 8pm – 9pm Back, by popular demand, the fourth round of Winter Lectures at The Upper Room, sponsored by Finlay Brewer. The next one is on 18 April: “Brief Encounters […]

Canine Behaviour – Wednesday 21st March

Canine Behaviour – Wednesday 21st March

What: Canine Behaviour – the key to a well-behaved hound Where: The Duchess of Cambridge When: Wednesday 21st March Author Nigel Reed – ‘The Dog Guardian’ – reveals his easy to follow method for a happy and well-behaved dog in a 30 minute talk. A bestselling author on […]

A message from Andy Slaughter

A message from Andy Slaughter

“Let’s stop Shepherds Bush moving to Brent I’ve had a lot of queries and concerns from Hammersmith and Shepherds Bush residents after my brief reference in the last eNews <http://www.andyslaughter.co.uk/possible_reprieve_for_charing_cross> to the proposal to divide this constituency at the Goldhawk Road, with the areas north […]

Kite Studios Winter Fair on 25th November

Kite Studios Winter Fair on 25th November

Join Us on 25th November for our Winter Fair! The Winter Fair at Kite Studios on Bassein Park Road (off Askew Road) is also raising funds for West London Action for Children www.wlac.org.uk, a fantastic local charity that helps children and families in need. There will […]

Addison Singers Carols for Choir & Audience – 9 December

Addison Singers Carols for Choir & Audience – 9 December

Addison Singers Carols for Choir & Audience Saturday 9th December 2017 @ 7.30pm St. Michael & All Angels Church, Bath Rd, Chiswick W4 1TT (map here ) Opposite Turnham Green tube. Free street parking available. The Addison Oratorio and Chamber Choirs combine to celebrate Christmas […]

Addison Jazz Songs on the Theme of Day & Night – December 2

Addison Jazz Songs on the Theme of Day & Night – December 2

Addison Jazz – Songs on the Theme of Day & Night With the Addison Jazz Choir, Jazz Ensemble and Jazz Trio. Saturday 2nd December 2017 @ 7.30pm St. Andrew’s, Fulham Fields, Greyhound Rd, London W14 9SA (map here ) Free street parking available. Our end […]