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Hammersmith Bridge closure: Buses on new altered routes

After the closure of Hammersmith Bridge due to safety reasons on 10 April, Transport for London initially shortened and altered the route of buses that used to cross the bridge to Hammersmith. Now the transport company is making new changes starting Saturday 18th May for bus routes in the area – see the full post for details!

 

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Help make East Sheen Safer

Would you like to help make our neighbourhood safer? The East Sheen Police Liaison Group (PLG) needs a volunteer Chair and Secretary, too.

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This Week Lucy Loves…Shortbread Jammies

Upgrade your shortbread here!

Discover this lovely recipe here >>

Latest local job opportunities…

Recent job posts from local companies, including Robert Neil and School Food Matters…

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Richmond Park Academy’s Regan family take rowing world by storm

Three siblings from the same family are putting clear water between themselves and their competition in their rowing exploits this year. The East Sheen based Regan family boast three national standard rowers, 16-year-old Finn, 15-Year-old Emilia and 13-year-old Indy. Finn and Emilia both won gold rowing for the J16 Great Britain squad against France this…

The 209 bus route is back in August serving Castelnau again

Transport for London’s decision to reinstate a vital bus route between Hammersmith Bridge and Mortlake from 3 August has been welcomed by Chair of the Council’s Transport and Air Quality Committee, Cllr Alexander Ehmann. The decision comes following concerns about the changes to the 209 bus route, raised by local residents at a community meeting…

RPA students with the medals

Richmond Park Academy wins London-wide maths competition

The Year 9 team from Richmond Park Academy have won the London-wide Count on Us Secondary challenge organised by the Mayor’s Fund for London and the Jack Petchey Foundation. The five-student team of Elizabeth Pass, Farah Shaheen, Jamin Chi Wai Kwong, Omed Amiri and Venla Mantyla were convincing winners, beating ten teams in their heat…

Shortbread-jammies-recipe-lucyloves-foodblog

Lucy Loves… Shortbread Jammies

I hadn’t planned to post this recipe today, but the speed at which these Shortbread Jammies were devoured by my friends and family led me to believe I should share them with you asap. I had something much more wholemeal planned for you this week, but, balls to that, what could be more irresistible than…


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