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Lockdown Chronicles: Pearson Performance

One of Sheen’s much-loved independent businesses, Pearson is officially recognised as the world’s oldest bicycle business: their Sutton branch was founded in 1860. Currently it is run by the fifth generation of the Pearson family, who strive to maintain the hard-won reputation established by their predecessors. Pearson Performance in East Sheen was set up in…

Lemonade Scones recipe from Lucy Loves Food Blog

Lucy Loves…Lemonade Scones

Lemonade Scones recipe We are a family of scone lovers. George always requests them as part of his birthday tea and I don’t need an excuse to whip up a batch at a moments notice. During lockdown, this three ingredient Lemonade Scone recipe kept popping up on my feed so I didn’t need to be…

Greek Chicken and Lemon Soup from Lucy Loves Food Blog

Lucy Loves…Greek Chicken and Lemon Soup

Greek Chicken and Lemon Soup recipe I’ve had my feet up for the last couple of weeks and been spending some time in the Isle of Wight with the boys and oh yes, turning 50. We didn’t have quite the big bash I had in mind, just a discreet lunch for 11 of my family…

Share your views with the Mayor of London on the Stag Brewery plans

The Mayor of London is carrying out a public consultation on revised Planning Applications for the Stag Brewery site in Mortlake, following his ‘Call In’ of the local Planning Committee decision. On 29 January, the Planning Committee resolved to approve Applications A and B for the redevelopment of the Stag Brewery and refuse Application C…

Hammersmith Bridge

Hammersmith Bridge now closed to cyclists and pedestrians too

Due to urgent safety concerns, Hammersmith and Fulham Council have announced on 13th August that Hammersmith Bridge will be closed to all members of the public, including pedestrians and cyclists, following expert technical advice.  Inspections carried out as part of the restoration works identified an existing crack has worsened over the past week. Engineers believe this is…

Grab a rare vinyl at Level Crossing Records on Record Store Day

Level Crossing Records is hosting the only Record Store Day event in SW14 on Saturday, 29th August, creating a safe and socially distanced experience for music fans. Doors will open at 8am when Record Store Day vinyl officially goes on sale. The store has taken extra precautions to ensure the safety of its customers and…

video club

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…

Richmond Park traffic reduction trial starts this week

Cars will be allowed to enter Richmond Park again as the Royal Parks start a 6-month trial to restrict some through traffic in the park.  From Saturday 15th of August, motor vehicles will be allowed to drive between Kingston, Ham, Richmond and Roehampton gates on weekdays. Motor vehicles will not be allowed to use Sheen…

Hammersmith Bridge

Share your views on Hammersmith Bridge closure

After the news that TfL are now dependent upon funding from the Department for Transport to repair Hammersmith Bridge, Richmond Park MP Sarah Olney is asking residents to share their views and experiences of life since the bridge has been closed to motor traffic. She hopes that the results of the survey will show the impact…

Peach and Almond Galette from Lucy Loves Food Blog

Lucy Loves…Peach and Almond Galette

Peach and Almond Galette recipe I’m not a natural peach fan, I’m more of a nectarine lover if you ever get asked which is my favourite in a quiz. The furry skin of a peach can often be upsetting, but not when they’re cooked. And they couldn’t be more delicious when baked in this Peach…