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East Sheen

Was Your Child Attending Explore Learning, Sheen?

We were sorry to hear of the closure of Explore Learning, East Sheen, which has left families without a conveniently located centre at a time when many children are in need of educational support – and another empty unit on our high street. Fortunately, there are some outstanding local alternatives, including Laidlaw Education, who have…

Seeing stars at Bella del Gelato!

Huge congratulations to Wissem and the team at East Sheen’s Bella del Gelato who have won no less that five Great Taste 2020 Awards, including a prestigious 3 Star Award for their Black Sesame (Goma) Gelato. Out of 12,777 products from more than 100 countries entered for the 2020 Awards, just 205 received the top…

Make Valentine’s Day Special with help from Farmford & Co

Whether you’re a celebrate-at-breakfast-time kind of person or you prefer a special evening meal or you simply love to say it with flowers, Farmford & Co. have got you covered for Valentine’s Day. You can even choose to have one of their delicious meal boxes delivered to someone you love as a wonderful gift. Pre-order…

Hammersmith Bridge: help hammer the message home and call for action

These signs, banners and posters are appearing around Barnes, Hammersmith, Putney & Chalker’s Corner – and there will soon be posters appearing in East Sheen, thanks to Hammersmith Bridge SOS Group. The aim of the signs and posters is to spur action in getting funding agreed and a safe crossing at Hammersmith in place as…

New Covid test site for essential workers to open in East Sheen.

Covid-19 tests for asymptomatic residents who are classed as essential workers, volunteering or providing vital support for a vulnerable resident will soon be available in three locations across the Borough, including East Sheen. Up to one in three people who have coronavirus never show any symptoms but may still be infectious. Lateral flow tests are…

Low Traffic Neighbourhood plans cancelled for Parkside

The consulted-on options for a Low Traffic Neighbourhood (LTN) in East Sheen will not be going ahead, following a detailed period of engagement with residents in the area, the Council’s press release states. In recent years, the area has suffered from an increase in traffic using local residential roads between Richmond Park (Sheen Gate) and…