Carpet Cleaning Services in Ham TW10

Carpet Cleaning in Ham TW10

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Ham Hill, Wiltshire

Ham Hill is an area of chalk downland in Wiltshire, on the steep banks running alongside the road from the village of Ham to Buttermere, close to the Berkshire border. A biological Site of Special Scientific Interest, notified in 1971, covers 1.5 hectares of the site; this designation is due to the site's species-rich plant and insect communities, which include some rare species. Notable among these is the Musk Orchid (Herminium monorchis), which has been confirmed at only one other site in Wiltshire...

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Ham Reviews

Ham News

  • Sir David Attenborough's film about protecting Richmond Park has won at the national Charity Film Awards.

  • The second-ever Great Mortlake Bake Off has been a tasty success.

  • The new Mayor of Richmond upon Thames and his deputy were formally announced following last night’s Full Council Meeting.

  • A woman walking her dog has been charged and knocked over by a female deer in Richmond Park.

  • A Twickenham nursery school has celebrated its first birthday with cake and a tea party.

  • A Richmond-based fosterer has shared her experience of changing children’s lives.

  • There are no trains calling at Richmond, Twickenham or Whitton after a car hit a level crossing near Barnes this afternoon.

  • Shared ownership apartments are now up for grabs in Twickenham town centre.

  • A Richmond University student will miss her upcoming graduation this Friday - for the chance to play football in the World Cup.

  • The new Liberal Democrat administration plans to hold a consultation on a borough-wide 20mph speed limit this September.

  • Supermarket chain Tesco has announced it will be taking 'best before' labels off of almost all its own-brand fruit and vegetables to cut down on food waste.

  • The Mayor of Richmond has hosted her final fundraising event and will be stepping down this month.

  • A young musician's talent has been recognised in an international songwriting contest.

  • Budding artists from a Richmond school raised £2,500 for a children’s charity with an art exhibition.

  • A street party - one of many on Saturday - was held in East Sheen to celebrate the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

  • A teenager is confident she could become to be the youngest woman to complete the Seven Summits challenge after climbing 14 Welsh mountains in under 24 hours.

  • The architects at the helm of the Turner's House renovation have won two Royal Institute of British Architects awards.

  • Local art lovers have celebrated their own artist achievements with a community exhibition.

  • An evening of sunsets, poetry, food, and drinks is on the menu at a charity fundraiser for The Holly Lodge Centre.

  • The head of Achieving for Children has announced he will retire later in the year.

  • Richmond is rich in literary associations. Wordsworth, Dickens and Virginia Woolf are among the writers who lived there or used it as subject-matter.

  • "What the world needs right now is love," declares Mike Love, frontman and co-founder of the Beach Boys.

  • Zac Goldsmith, MP for Richmond Park, was joined by Environment Secretary Michael Gove at a “Great Plastic Pick Up” event in Richmond Park.

  • Seven community organisations have been awarded money by The Harlequins Foundation as part of its new Brighter Futures local grants programme.

  • A new mum who lives in Richmond said she is “afraid to use the bus” after the doors closed on the buggy with her daughter inside.

  • New and expectant mums across south and west London will soon have access to special mental health services after new funding was secured.

  • Tribute band The Rollin’ Stoned - yes, you read that correctly - will play at London Welsh RFC in Old Deer Park on June 1.

  • The plans for a footbridge in White Hart Lane could be in jeopardy.

  • Richmond Green has been blighted with litter during the recent warm weather.

  • The Mortlake Brewery Community Group has released its response to the Stag Brewery redevelopment plans.

  • Hundreds of pets have been rescued by fire services across Kent, London and Surrey each year, figures from the Home Office show.

  • Heading to or from London Waterloo tonight? Then you should expect your train to be delayed.

  • The Handmade Fair - hosted by Kirstie Allsopp at Hampton Court - recently discovered people believe crafting helps them cope with mental health issues.

  • A Teddington recruitment company has said it will move to Ireland to 'ensure its survival' post Brexit.

  • Ofsted inspectors will now be looking at how London schools are dealing with the threat on knife crime in its reports.

  • A Teddington woman and tech business founder has won an award for her ingenious tracker watch.

  • A serious car crash in North Sheen resulted in two people being hospitalised at the weekend.

  • Outbreaks of measles have been confirmed across London and the south east, health officials have said.

  • The soaring temperatures that Londoners enjoyed over the bank holiday are well and truly finished with rain returning this weekend.

  • People have until this Sunday to have their say on plans for the Stag Brewery Development in Mortlake.

  • The true story of a firebrand feminist who burned down Lord Leverhulme’s house will be performed at OSO Art Centre in Barnes.

  • The Leader of the Liberal Democrat majority party at Richmond Council has announced his intended Cabinet today.

  • Save the date: both GrooveFest in the Square and Hamptons' Carnival are returning on June 9.

  • Air B&B has shared data about visitors using the app to stay in Richmond for the first time.

  • Inspired by The Friends of Richmond Park and its 'Tread Lightly' nature conservation campaign, Kingston-based craft beer maker, The Park Brewery, has launched a special new beer.

  • A teenager has been charged with grievous bodily harm following a stabbing in Twickenham.

  • Young green thumbs are being encouraged to grow their own at Squires Garden Centre in Twickenham.

  • A Twickenham mum has ‘run away’ to join the circus.

  • The leader of the Liberal Democrat majority party at Richmond Council has promised residents his new administration will make the borough the greenest, safest and fairest place in London.

  • Pensioners who continue to work should pay national insurance to fund a £2.3 billion windfall for the NHS, an influential commission has recommended.

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