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 News


  • Verifone is experiencing a “global outage” on its card machines.

  • Most driving offences are pretty black and white and we all know about them but what about the ones we don’t realise are illegal?

  • The Nazi’s forgotten victims have been commemorated with a giant quilt made by staff, pupils and teachers at Waldegrave School.

  • Entertainment, free sweets, hugs and other acts of kindness were all on offer in Richmond town centre to help people get through 'Blue Monday'.

  • Teddington has been cut from plans for new quieter cycling routes in the borough, according to the latest proposals.

  • One hundred disadvantaged children will go horse riding in Bushy Park thanks to a horse charity and the council’s Civic Pride scheme.

  • A new warning message played across London buses trying to help you stay on your feet is already annoying travellers.

  • Swollen glands, two weeks in bed, no human contact- who needs mumps?

  • For years, the Ministry of Defence recorded UFO sightings reported by members of the public.

  • A suspected brothel was raided in East Sheen last week.

  • An RSPCA inspector turned Indiana Jones for a call-out to a home in Richmond when a family reported spotting a cobra on the loose.

  • Today is the primary school application deadline and here are some tips for parents wanting to get their child into the best school.

  • Construction giant Carillion has said it has "no choice but to take steps to enter into compulsory liquidation with immediate effect" after talks failed to find another way to deal with the company's debts.

  • So it's Blue Monday again - or is it? And what does that mean?

  • Disaster has struck and it has been claimed there are not enough naked butlers for the thousands of hen parties coming up in 2018.

  • Bird flu has been confirmed in England for the first time this winter, and officials have issued a warning to anyone who keeps birds.

  • Sutton is the safest borough in London for robbery and theft from the person.

  • Those looking for romantic inspiration for the upcoming Valentine’s Day should save the date for Twickenham’s Valentine Fayre.

  • Barnes is set to get its own Men's Shed.

  • For the third time this week, commuters using Southwestern Railway are facing disruption because of strike action.

  • Teddington’s Landmark Arts Centre has been celebrating the arrival of its own concert grand piano.

  • Burger chain Byron could be closing up to 20 restaurants to save money, putting hundreds of jobs at risk.

  • Police in Kew are asking residents for “increased vigilance” after a couple of “shady characters” were seen in the area.

  • An Indian restaurant in Twickenham may lose its licence after two alleged illegal workers were found on the premises.

  • A Twickenham landlord has been fined nearly £5,000 for illegally renting out his property as a house of multiple occupancy (HMO).

  • Children at a Twickenham primary school were thrilled to try out their new adventure playground today.

  • Tiny children can rejoice - gone are the days of three-year-olds reaching into their pockets to pay for their drink in Costa.

  • Swanley has been named the nation’s house price hotspot among commuter towns in England, according to new figures.

  • A yellow weather warning has been issued by the Met Offi

  • Major disruption is expected on the trains in south London this morning because of a shortage of London Overground trains.

  • Bibliophiles unite! The Bookshop Crawl is returning to Richmond to unite the borough’s bookworms.

  • A woman who was killed after a car crashed into her at a bus stop in Twickenham has been named.

  • Nando’s is coming to Twickenham next week.

  • Twickenham Stadium has been named in the top ten places for sport and leisure by Historic England.

  • A Twickenham woman suffering chronic kidney disease said she “might as well be dead” after her partner was denied entry to the UK to look after her.

  • Twickenham's MP Sir Vince Cable has praised college staff for their 'zero tolerance' approach to drugs and violence while he has been accused of blaming incidents on pupils from deprived areas in West London.

  • There will be more disruption on the rail networks as protesting South Western Railway staff hold fresh strikes today.

  • Southern and Thameslink passengers have experienced some of the ‘worst performance on the rail network’ since services began, according to a new report.

  • There are so many rules and regulations and judgments on how to keep your children safe, but car seat safety is pretty black and white. Here are the rules of you to remind yourselves.

  • Two schoolboys from Twickenham helped to marshal a Royal Airforce plane carrying Prime Minster Theresa May.

  • Richmond Film Society has grown so much it’s had to relocate to The Exchange, with the first showing next week.

  • Twickenham station is due to close for works in January.

  • Five guys is set to open in Richmond next month on February 26.

  • A murder mystery will be held at York House in Twickenham next month to which “all are invited but some will not be what they seem”.

  • We know that January has to be the most depressing month of the year - it's cold and we're all poor waiting for that New Year pay day.

  • Work has begun on Deer Park School at its future home in East Twickenham.

  • Twickenham MP Vince Cable has criticised the authorities responsible for Hammersmith Bridge, saying bus passengers who use the bridge “deserve a far better deal”.

  • A Richmond secondary school has received a ‘good’ Ofsted rating after being “galvanised” by its new principal.

  • BMW drivers are Britain’s rudest road users, according to a new survey.

  • There is disruption on Southwestern trains this morning after an earlier train fault at Raynes Park.




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