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

  • A flat in Twickenham went on fire this week after bedding came in contact with an electric heater.

  • Twickenham Fine Ales, London’s oldest microbrewery has picked up an award in the Champion Beer of London Competition.

  • Car seat manufacturer Britax Romer has recalled one of its products due to a potential safety issue.

  • An "unexploded WW2 bomb" was reported to be found near Richmond Bridge today (March 22).

  • A man has been taken to hospital after a fire in Twickenham.

  • Jesus’s crucifixion is brought to life when the open-air Passion Play of returns to Richmond this Good Friday, March 30.

  • The original 1915 industrial railway could be rebuilt across Thames Water land thanks to a lease agreement this week.

  • There's now less than four weeks to register to vote in the council election with a deadline of midnight on April 17.

  • Ant McPartlin has been charged with drink-driving today after a car crash in Mortlake last Sunday (March 19).

  • The UK Cancer Boat Race is returning to the Thames this Saturday (March 24) and the council is urging attendees to bring reusable drinks bottles instead of using plastic cups.

  • A housing association gifted its staff with a touring jukebox to celebrate being named as one of the best places to work.

  • Richmond Council must increase children and young people’s access to mental health services by 10 per cent by 2020- with no additional Government funding.

  • A Teddington wildlife lover is running the London Marathon for a local charity.

  • The Cancer UK Boat Race is upon us again and thousands of rowing fans are expected to descend on the banks of the Thames this Saturday (March 24).

  • The Twickenham MP and a Hampton councillor met with Royal Mail this week to protest the relocation of a local delivery office.

  • A cross-party group of MPs met with the Transport Secretary Chris Grayling to express their concerns about the Heathrow expansion.

  • A children’s play centre in Twickenham will be able to stay open thanks the support and generosity of the local community.

  • Many of us use social media platforms every day, but do we really know who can see our profile information?

  • London will remember last year's terrorist attacks with the hashtag #Londonunited.

  • NHS workers in England are set to receive a 6.5 per cent pay rise over the next three years.

  • The people of Richmond have more affairs than any other borough in London, according to affairs website Illicit Encounters.

  • Schools in Tolworth and Sutton have been evacuated this morning following "bomb threats."

  • Ant McPartlin was arrested on suspicion of drink-driving on Sunday afternoon (March 18) after he allegedly lost control of his car and crashed in Mortlake, Richmond.

  • A dockless bike share scheme will be trialed in Richmond soon.

  • A mother is singing the praises of cream which she said had cured her daughter's eczema.

  • A pub in Teddington is offering free mulled cider to warm customers up in the freezing temperatures.

  • The Government has denied there will be any cost to the taxpayer for Heathrow’s third runway after a letter from Richmond Council’s leader demanded the hidden costs be revealed.

  • Most of the snow appears to have been and gone, and areas around south London can get back to normal mid-March weather.

  • The "Mini Beast from the East" has brought snow back to south London a few short weeks since the major disruption caused by the first "beast".

  • It’s that time of year again when we celebrate all things Irish but there is a lot more to Irish achievement than shamrocks, Guinness and Jedward.

  • Stay with us for the latest forecasts, as well as traffic and travel updates as the 'mini Beast from the East' hits London.

  • A restaurant due to open in Teddington has applied for a late licence to sell alcohol, prompting objections from residents.

  • The permanent home project for Turing House School ‘has a spring in its step’ according to its leaders as design work gets underway.

  • The post-mortem examination results of a family who were found dead in Twickenham and East Sussex have been released.

  • The curator of Eel Pie Island Museum in Twickenham has paid tribute to her long-time friend, inventor Trevor Baylis, who sadly passed away earlier this month.

  • The footbridge beside Kingston Station will be removed next month as part of the Kingston Co Cycle programme.

  • Richmond is among the 10 best places to live in London, according to The Sunday Times.

  • A South Norwood civil servant and a parliamentary researcher from Twickenham will get married after a surprise proposal in the House of Commons.

  • London is poised for a "mini Beast from the East" after the Met Office issued a yellow snow warning for this weekend.

  • Old Deer Park will be protected from future redevelopments that could jeopardise its character and history.

  • A Richmond-based company is finalising the purchase of a Formula One team, the Richmond and Twickenham Times understands.

  • A family business with more than 120 years of history is closing its doors in Hampton Hill after three generations.

  • A short film, Richmond Park: National Nature Reserve, presented by Sir David Attenborough, has made it to the finals of the Charity Film Awards 2018.

  • Red telephone boxes, so familiar in the traditional British townscape, are under threat.

  • Sky Sports presenter Natalie Sawyer visited budding footballers at Orleans Parks Academy in Twickenham to inspire them on International Women’s Day.

  • Black cab rapist John Worboys will be banned from Greater London in the event of his release.

  • London Fire Brigade is trying to convince more people to switch to vaping rather than smoking because they pose less of a risk of fire.

  • This summer your takeaways could be delivered by self-driving robots as they hit the streets of Richmond in a trial “aimed at reducing emissions and delivery costs”.

  • A Barnes university student is rowing more than 100 miles from Putney Bridge to Oxford in memory of her late father who died of brain tumour.

  • Londoners can expect Siberian wind and heavy snowfall this weekend as a weather warning is issued.

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