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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  • Anyone travelling though Oxford Circus Tube station next week can get a free journey- and a limited edition drink.

  • Children may no longer be able to get NHS referrals for assessment and diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in South West London.

  • Kew Gardens has launched a new dining experience featuring a mouth-watering menu using ingredients straight from the gardens.

  • A School will speak out funding cuts to primary and secondaries in the borough at a protest picnic in Barnes tomorrow afternoon.

  • A couple who want to take their sick baby son to the USA for treatment have lost a Court of Appeal fight.

  • Parents are furious that no end is in sight to their children's temporary classrooms at a Teddington school despite being told six months ago that a new permanent home had been found.

  • A remembrance service for the victims on Monday’s terror attack in Manchester will be held in Twickenham this weekend.

  • Armed troops have been stationed around key points in London as the UK terror alert is raised to critical.

  • Chamber Brexit is Richmond Chamber of Commerce’s initiative to support and assist businesses during the Brexit process. MPs and local leading political, legal and business figures are supporting its bi-monthly Brexit Seminars to provide information and ensure business is heard.

  • Famous faces were among the hundreds of guests on a glittering night at Richmond May Ball.

  • Libraries across Richmond will be celebrating a classic children’s book creation from this weekend.

  • Richmond Chamber of Commerce’s election events are continuing apace as another of the area’s big candidates stopped by to meet with business leaders.

  • Britain is on critical terror alert with soldiers and increased numbers of armed police officers being deployed amid fears of another atrocity being committed imminently.

  • A suicide bomber has killed 22 people, including children, as an explosion tore through fans leaving a pop concert in Manchester.

  • Richmond Council have announced changes to waste and recycling collections for domestic properties.

  • Anne Frank’s stepsister - a Holocaust survivor - is visiting a Richmond school this week to talk about her horrific experience during the Nazis’ invasion.

  • Dog walkers are being told to take extra care and consider avoiding Richmond and Bushy Parks over the next few months during the deer birthing season.

  • More armed officers will be deployed at events across London, including the FA Cup final, following the Manchester bomb attack.

  • Richmond police are stepping up their street patrols and reviewing upcoming event preparations following the horrific terrorist attack in Manchester.

  • It is an ancient sport of Kings and was a favourite of Henry VIII, so it is fitting that the first-ever Real Tennis Champions Tournament would be held at his old home.

  • Theresa May has condemned the suicide bombing following an Ariana Grande concert at the Manchester Arena as a “callous terrorist attack”.

  • If you are concerned whether your loved one is safe following yesterday’s explosion at Ariana Grande’s concert in Manchester then our guide may be able to help you.

  • The Metropolitan Police Commissioner has made a statement condemning the “appalling” terrorist attack in Manchester.

  • The Mayor of London said there will be more police on the streets in London today after a suicide bomber killed at least 22 people and wounded 59 at a pop concert by US singer Ariana Grande in Manchester last night.

  • Richmond’s very own whizzicle inventor has just been dubbed the ‘new Dyson’ and shortlisted for the 2017 European Inventor of the Year Award.

  • The mystery of a missing cow at Petersham Meadows has been solved.

  • A Brentford company director has been convicted for the manslaughter of two Polish workers after they plummeted to the ground from a balcony.

  • Kick off the summer with drinks, food, music and fun as London’s biggest sports and music festival returns to Richmond this June.

  • Police are appealing for help in tracking down a wanted man who skipped court last week.

  • A Surrey vet has unveiled here latest state-of-the-art 'Catmobile' mobile veterinary practice.

  • To err is human...To arr is extreme Pirate!

  • Zac Goldsmith has reiterated his opposition to Heathrow expansion - putting him at odds with the Tory manifesto.

  • A large, diamond ring is expected to fetch £350,000 at auction 30 years after its owner paid £10 for it at a car boot sale, thinking it was a costume jewel.

  • A new train timetable could affect your journey.

  • Britons should be able to bask in the hottest temperatures since September when a wave of warm air moves across the country in the coming days, forecasters have predicted.

  • Girls in the UK are at risk of being forced to undergo female genital mutilation, a High Court judge says.

  • Labour is closing the gap on the Conservatives following the publication of the parties’ General Election manifestos, a series of polls show.

  • Detectives have released new images of men they want to speak to in connection with the fatal stabbing of a man in Bethnal Green.

  • Theresa May is trying to "pitch the young against the old" by planning to scrap the pension triple lock and universal winter fuel allowance, Jeremy Corbyn has warned.

  • Labour's plans to increase education spending and introduce a £10-an-hour minimum wage have found favour among voters in London.

  • A new programme for school children which helps prepare students for emergency situations is being introduced in classrooms across London.

  • Famous faces will join a celebration of 300th birthday of Strawberry Hill House’s creator and most famous resident.

  • A group of adrenaline-fuelled parents have taken off on an epic cycle challenge to raise £10,000 for a Kew school.

  • The World’s first car to receive a speeding ticket is coming to Richmond in September.

  • Barnes Green has been transformed into a more accessible space for the borough’s dementia sufferers, as part of a “Friendly Parks for All” project.

  • An inspiring Second World War survivor received a card from the Queen and a surprise visit from the Mayor as she celebrated her 100th birthday this week.

  • Richmond was blooming with celebrations this week as children were presented awards by the new Mayor of Richmond for their flower paintings entered in a school art competition.

  • A children's play area has been torched by vandals in Twickenham.

  • I couldn't believe my eyes, or ears, this week – as I witnessed a breastfeeding mum being told “please cover yourself up or I’ll have to ask you to leave”.

  • A gorgeous duck has stuck to an annual tradition as she marches her new fluffy ducklings through a Richmond school after using its grounds as a hatching nest.




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