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

  • Richmond Council has officially welcomed a boost in Government funding for schools.

  • Surrey parkrun has secured three years of funding after partnering with adventure holiday company Exodus Travels.

  • Gary Neville and Sky Sports commentator Martin Tyler will go head to head in a charity football match in Hampton next Saturday.

  • Kew Gardens has added some rustic British charm with its latest attractions this summer as it welcomes its very own treehouse and a host of family activities.

  • A 15-year-old has reportedly been sexually assaulted in Richmond.

  • Charlie Gard's parents are due back at the High Court on Friday (July 21) for the latest stage of a legal fight over treatment for the terminally ill baby.

  • Sir Vince Cable has become the new leader of the Liberal Democrats.

  • Commuters will be greeted by a greener scenery as they step off the train after a station in Richmond received funds for a make-over.

  • A talented artist from Nelson Primary school won a posted competition to promote a new speed zone in Richmond.

  • Tennis pros and those who have been inspired by Wimbledon championships can pick up a racket and hit the courts for a pound a day this summer

  • A talented daughter from Kingston topped her father’s childhood success by scooping gold in the London Youth Games.

  • More thunderstorms are set to hit London which may impact local power supplies and possibly cause flood.

  • Young entrepreneurs from a school in Richmond have scooped a top award at the annual Young Enterprise national final in London.

  • Two Twickenham women have created a pop-up kitchen dedicated to healthy eating in memory of a loved one they lost to cancer.

  • An outdoor complex consisting of a lido, paddling pool and grassy area for adults and children has been opened in Richmond.

  • An historic country villa that was designed by a famous English painter reopened its doors to the public this week.

  • New Liberal Democrat leader Sir Vince Cable talked Brexit with a panel of school council students during a visit to Hampton this week.

  • Get your scientist hats and get ready to unearth some surprises throughout the return of the Botanic Garden’s summer festival.

  • The Prince of Wales reveals his post as patron to the UK’s largest conservation charity to be launched in recent years.

  • Beach tennis is coming to the capital for the first time for part of an annual competition tour.

  • A banking giant is funding millions to boost developments in Twickenham and get private real estate plans ‘moving forward’.

  • The BBC has revealed its top talent pay – with DJ Chris Evans topping the list pocketing over £2 million.

  • Community campaigners have been successful in ending a cycling ban in Bushy Park put in place by the Royal Parks.

  • A new park in Richmond has been awarded a Green Flag as sixteen others celebrate receiving it again

  • St Mary's University has been handed the key to Twickenham's newest community building.

  • The annual Richmond May Ball this year raised £30,000 for a charity that helps ex-Service men and women with disabilities into meaningful work across the UK.

  • London Ambulance Service has released a guide on what to do in the case of an acid attack.

  • English Heritage has been awarded a National Lottery grant for a project they are aiming to transform in Twickenham they announced today (July 17).

  • Primark is recalling thousands of men’s flip-flops over fears they contain a cancer-causing chemical.

  • The Met Office has forecast thunderstorms, potential flooding and a chance of large hailstones for most of the UK today.

  • Brighton Racecourse is gearing up for its annual festival and the biggest three days of racing in its spectacular calendar.

  • Police are appealing for information after a robbery on board a train to Hampton Wick and then an assault at the station.

  • A scheme in Richmond that aims to keep residents fit has had its first birthday.

  • A new information board celebrating the history of Radnor Gardens in Strawberry Hill will soon be installed.

  • Today will be dry, sunny and very warm with a maximum temperature of 27C.

  • An American specialist who has offered to treat Charlie Gard is expected to examine the terminally-ill baby for the first time over the next two days.

  • The outlook for the beginning of the week in the capital is sun and lots of it, but heavy downpours are expected from Wednesday.

  • The Home Secretary has indicated acid attack convictions could soon carry life sentences after crackdown unveiled.

  • An animal charity has issued a warning about a “worrying trend” gaining popularity on social media where pet owners give their cats and dogs ‘manicures’ to match their own nails.

  • Passengers were left confused after an underground train took a “wrong” turn and turned up at a different station.

  • Identical twins from Teddington have their eyes set on the Olympics after grabbing the gold medal at a regatta.

  • The UK’s number one baby and children’s food expert is coming to Kew for an exclusive feeding event this month.

  • An American professor who has offered to treat Charlie Gard is due to examine him next week.

  • The Mayor of Richmond unveiled a hospital’s timeline to celebrate the role it has played in the local community over the years.

  • An organic food company is delivering leftover food boxes to a Richmond hostel for the homeless.

  • The government has announced that night flights will continue at Heathrow airport until the airport is expanded.

  • A dance team will entertain the crowds of Richmond later this month to celebrate the history of the Belgian refugees during the First World War.

  • An American doctor offering to treat Charlie Gard told a High Court Hearing in London that it is worth trying.

  • Entrepreneurs are invited to attend an event in Richmond to learn the benefits of trading with the USA.

  • Parents and a teaching union have expressed concerns after a number of teachers have announced plans to leave a Richmond school.

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