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


  • Uber could soon be a thing of the past in London.

  • A fraudster who stole more than £7,000 while working at Twickenham Post Office has been sentenced.

  • An 18-year-old man has been charged with attempted murder in connection with the Parsons Green terrorist attack.

  • A Teddington man who stole £170 worth of chocolate from Waitrose has been handed a community order.

  • It’s nearly that spooky time of year again and to celebrate, Church Street in Twickenham will be putting on a host of Halloween activities.

  • Prepare to get your skates on as Hampton Court Palace Ice Rink returns for another year.

  • A petition has been launched calling on the council to reject a new Tesco being opened in Twickenham.

  • School audits, “walking buses” and 200 new electric charging points are among the recommendations in Richmond Council’s five year plan to help clean up the air in the borough.

  • Celebration was in the air last week as Richmond’s new business district was launched.

  • A Twickenham dad will run two marathons in a month in aid of charity after his wife was diagnosed with terminal cancer.

  • A popular Teddington charity shop inspired by retail guru Mary Portas is back following its closure for repairs.

  • Bargain hunters or those who want to sell unwanted items can come along to the YMCA sale in Hampton.

  • Teddington School is to host three open mornings for parents who are looking for a secondary school for their children.

  • There will be free personal training sessions on offer at the outdoor fitness gym at Palewell Common in East Sheen over the next month.

  • A “dog free” space and play area is being proposed for Suffolk Road Recreation Ground.

  • Young's pubs are giving out free pints this week as part of a four day long celebration, but there's a catch.

  • An abusive man who beat his ex-partner and would not let her see her friends will be sentenced in Crown Court due to the severity of his crimes.

  • Richmond Mind are recruiting volunteers to help with their award-winning youth wellbeing projects.

  • Richmond Mind are recruiting volunteers to help with their award-winning youth wellbeing projects.

  • A charity comedy night featuring Jo Brand, Sally Phillips, and Seann Walsh is coming up at Richmond Theatre.

  • The public have voted and 47 local heroes in the borough were honoured with Community Awards at a ceremony on Friday.

  • Four Richmond upon Thames schools will be going car-free this Friday (September 22).

  • Police in Richmond today welcomed the father of Stephan Lawrence and chairman of the Met’s Knife Crime Reference Group to Twickenham Police Station.

  • Tube drivers have voted for a 24-hour strike as part of their dispute over shift patterns, with the industrial action to take place on Thursday, October 5.

  • Amazon shoppers are being offered the chance to buy bomb-making components while innocently buying other items, a Channel 4 investigation has revealed.

  • A Conservative party group for St Margarets and North Twickenham twice retweeted controversial public figure Katie Hopkins the day of the Parsons Green terrorist attack.

  • A new school has opened in Twickenham welcoming 140 Year 7 pupils through its doors.

  • A consultation on the reduction of police front counter staff in Richmond Borough will take place this evening at York House.

  • Those with an interest in history are invited to attend a guided tour of The National Archives (TNA) in Kew on Friday, September 22.

  • Two men have been arrested in relation to the terror attack at Parsons Green Tube station.

  • Croydon has the most people suffering from high blood pressure in south London, followed by Bromley, figures show.

  • A bomb was detonated on a Tube train at Parsons Green station in south-west London.

  • An event on recognising hate crime and how to deal with it is coming up in Richmond.

  • After school art school for autistic children and young people starting on Monday

  • Residents in Richmond are being invited to “waste less” next week as part of a national campaign at reducing environmental impact.

  • The £15 billion-dollar Crossrail that will cover nearly 32 miles of underground track is now complete.

  • An abusive man who beat his ex-partner and would not let her see her friends has been convicted.

  • A food and craft market is being launched by Ham residents, in an attempt to turn around the fortunes of the Parade and its declining shops.

  • The junction of Sheen Lane and Upper Richmond Road has been cordoned off due to an incident.

  • Runners from GoodGym Richmond ran 8k to Mortlake to spruce up the Brownie hall in Mortlake ahead of its 100-year birthday.

  • Richmond Council will be giving high streets a scrub in response to resident feedback.

  • Many of us will have favourite little shops we love to visit when we’re in a particular area or certain market stalls we always look out for.

  • Trees have been knocked over and power cut as Storm Aileen battered London overnight.

  • A petition with more than 2,000 signatures calling on Richmond Council to rethink dog walking restrictions has been defeated in a near unanimous vote.

  • Fifty care jobs will be coming to Richmond as a national care provider brings new employment opportunities to the area.

  • Giants Google and Facebook will be presenting at an event at Richmond Adult Community College aiming to help retailers adapt in a digital world.

  • Tickets are still on offer the latest dinner cruise up the Thames in support of the mayor of Richmond’s charities.

  • Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has launched a public consultation on plans to cut the number of police front counters in the capital.

  • When it comes to digital marketing, every business should take time to set a strategy to help them achieve their goals.

  • A Kingston man has pleaded guilty to stealing a Domino’s Pizza moped and driving off with it in Richmond.




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