Carpet Cleaning Services in Queensway W2

Carpet Cleaning in Queensway W2

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Our carpet cleaning specialists will take the time to reposition all of your furniture to ensure that the entirety of your carpeting is cleaned immaculately as well as take the time to pre-treat any stains or engrained dirt with anti-stain products before they vacuum. They will also sport protective slippers while cleaning your carpets and leave the protective footwear behind when they leave for you to employ while your carpets are finishing drying. Our cleaners are equally experienced working in a domestic or commercial environment.

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Pont Street

Pont Street is a fashionable street in Knightsbridge and Belgravia, central London, England, not far from the Knightsbridge department store Harrods to the north-west. The street crosses Sloane Street in the middle, with Beauchamp Place to the west and Cadogan Place, and Chesham Place, to the east, eventually leading to Belgrave Square. On the west side Hans Place leads off the street to the north and Cadogan Square to the south...

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The Green Man and Still

The Green Man and Still was a tavern in Oxford Street, London, much favoured during the 18th & 19th centuries by cricketers - such as William Beldham, Tom Walker and David Harris - playing at Thomas Lord's grounds nearby, and not surprisingly, also patronised by the leading bookmakers of the day. The tavern was originally situated at 335 Oxford Street, between Argyll Street and Queen Street (which no longer exists) and was also a coaching inn (a 1792 map shows it at the entrance to a stagecoach yard), the start point/terminus of several stage coach routes out of London...

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St Mary's Hospital Medical School

St Mary's is the youngest of the constituent schools of Imperial College, London, founded in 1854 as part of the new hospital in Paddington. During its existence in the 1980s and 90s, it was the most popular medical school in the country, with an application to place ratio of 27:1 in 1996. St Mary's continued comparatively unmoved by the other nomadic medical schools in the area, until its merger with Imperial College in 1988, and the foundation of Imperial College School of Medicine in 1997 by the merger with Charing Cross and Westminster Medical School‎...

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