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Business

Further pandemic funding for local businesses announced

A further £3.96m pot of cash is now available for local businesses who have been impacted by the pandemic – with grants of up to £10k to be paid out. Eligible businesses can now apply for the Council’s discretionary ‘Additional Restrictions Grant’ to help them manage the impact of the pandemic. The scheme is aimed…

Lockdown Chronicles: Pickle & Rye

For the week of Thanksgiving, we interviewed Val Minor, the owner of Sheen’s fantastic American restaurant, Pickle and Rye, about her experiences of lockdown. The pandemic made her restaurant move online for home deliveries, with the restaurant closed and cancelling weekend brunches. But despair not: they’re planning to open at a new location in SW14,…

Shop Local and Support Your Local Community!

As we near the (hopeful) midway point of what’s become known as ‘Lockdown 2.0’, East Sheen Village would like to thank all of our residents for not only keeping spirits along the Upper Richmond Road and Sheen Lane raised, but also for shopping local in these ‘unprecedented’ times – although how much longer we can…

Shop local online with MyTown Shops

A new local shopping and delivery service is now available in SW14, with home delivery from our local independent grocery shops in East Sheen and Barnes. MyTown Shops is a delivery company in consolidated groceries focusing on independents, artisans, farmer market stalls & specialists in SW/W London. They collect from multiple local stores and deliver…

Local accountants Artisan Accounts featured on the Small Biz 100 list

Artisan Accounts, based in East Sheen, will be given a spell in the limelight as part of this year’s Small Biz 100, a national campaign highlighting some of the UK’s most inspiring small businesses. Marking 100 days building up to Small Business Saturday on 5 December 2020, the Small Biz 100 provides a major profile boost…

Lockdown Chronicles: Artisan Coffee

Our second interview in our lockdown series is with Magda Harrison, who owns the multi-award-winning small chain of Artisan coffee shops with her husband Edwin. They started out in 2011 by opening Artisan Putney, with locations in Stamford Brook, Ealing and East Sheen following later. The entrepreneur couple branched out by establishing the Artisan Coffee…

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Local videos for local businesses by the Video Club

Two local residents, Kate Levy and Ian Stroud set up The Video Club, a company that produces affordable regular video updates for local businesses.  It is a subscription based model and for £150 a month they script, edit, brand and subtitle your videos, adding royalty free music and delivering it back in formats suitable for…

Kickstart your social media presence in 2020!

Come and learn how to get the best out of social media for business with UPPERCASE Digital, a Sheen-based agency with proven experience of growing social media followings for media brands, small businesses and charities. While they normally offer one-to-one consultations, they have partnered with deli and work hub Culver + Nelson, in Upper Richmond Road, to offer…

Uppercase Digital Social Media School at Culver + Nelson, SW14

Come and learn how to get the best out of social media for business with UPPERCASE Digital. We are a Sheen-based social media and content consultancy with proven experience of growing social media followings for a diverse client base, including media brands, small businesses and charities.  While we normally offer one-to-one consultations, we have partnered with…

Santander closing East Sheen branch

The local branch of Santander on Upper Richmond Road is due to permanently close on 25 July 2019 which means that East Sheen will be left with just one bank, Barclays on the corner of Upper Richmond Road and Sheen Lane. This time last year we still had three different branches. NatWest East Sheen branch closed on 4th June…