Wall to Wall Television, the makers of hit series ‘Back In Time For Dinner’ and ‘Back In Time for the Weekend’ are looking for a fun, food-loving family to go on an adventure further back in time.Guided by the experiences of real families in the early 20th century, one family will be fast-forwarded through 50 years of incredible history to explore how we lived and what we ate.Wall to Wall are currently casting in the London area for a family to immerse themselves in history for their series. This time the family will go further back in time to the early 20th century and then on through five decades of dramatic history, experiencing for themselves how British families lived and ate in the years before modern technology and conveniences.Previous living history series Back in Time for Dinner and Back in Time for the Weekend for BBC2 were both extremely well received and were among BBC2’s top rating factual shows last year, averaging 3 million viewers a week. Both series followed a modern family as they lived through each decade from the 50s to the 90s with their home, clothes and diet all transformed accordingly. Everything they did was underpinned by historical data that detailed real spending and eating habits of each period.This is a fantastic and exciting opportunity for a family to share in the amazing experience of being filmed over the summer, taking part in a truly immersive journey back in time.Wall to Wall are currently looking to hear from families with a minimum of two children aged 8+ who are available to film over the summer holidays this year. Anyone interested can simply email email@example.com for information.Below are links to interviews with previous contributors, who came away from the series with a rewarding and truly unforgettable family experience. Links:Back in time for Dinner –Brandon Robshaw’s diary for the Independent: - http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/food-and-drink/features/new-bbc-series-savours-half-a-century-of-food-in-britain-from-vesta-curries-to-nouvelle-cuisine-10071775.htmlBack in Time for the Weekend - http://www.theguardian.com/media/2016/feb/02/gadget-free-1970s-was-happiest-period-says-time-travelling-tv-family
Paul Braund ● 2501d0 Comments ● 2501d
Starfish UK are holding a 12 hour spinning marathon happening Saturday 7th May (7am - 7pm) at Putney Pedal Studio, 4 Fulham High Street, London, SW6 3LQ Qualified instructors from the Pedal Studio will lead back to back Spinning classes. With pumping tunes and fierce competition this will be a day to remember. Teams must clock up a total of 12 hours on a bike but it's up to you how you take on the challenge....You can enter as a team or for those of you who would like to participate but don't have the time to gather a team you can still take part in this awesome event. Just choose to do a single or multiple classes between 7am and 7pm on Saturday 7th May. There is no cost for the classes, saving you an average of £10 per hour. All we ask is that you raise a minimum of £50 on the dayAnd don't forget - everything from the Putney Pedal Studio space to the Popchips is donated so every penny raised goes to improving the lives of vulnerable kids in South Africa To find out more and book yourself or your team a place, visit https://www.starfishcharity.org/get-involved-uk/run,-cycle,-jump/spinning-marathon-07052016.aspx or contact Stephanie directly on 020 7597 3797
Elinor Middleton ● 2543d0 Comments ● 2543d
So they are closing giving no reason for the closure and giving Colliers Wood as an alternative. Totally useless for me and out of the way. If Smithscarries on with closures they will totally disappear. We already have three banks in Wimbledon why another, we need useful shops or we will turn into another Morden which has charity shops galore and precious little else of any use.
Andrew Bialkowski ● 2639d6 Comments ● 2587d
This is a new scheme to match destitute asylum-seekers/refugees who have recently got status with generous hosts who have room to spare.There is a huge amount of demand in London for hosts and we would love to hear from anyone interested. We are national - our first placement was in Solihull and we are working on Liverpool and the West Country.But some hosts round here would be fab.If you are interested, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or look at www.refugeesathome.org
Sara Nathan ● 2587d0 Comments ● 2587d
Starfish has 25 guaranteed places available for Prudential Ride London 2016 and we'd love to have you pedaling in the team! Book early early and secure your place in this iconic ride.Prudential Ride London-Surrey 100 starts in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, then follows a 100-mile route on closed roads through the capital and into Surrey's stunning countryside. With leg-testing climbs and a route recently made famous by the world's best cyclists, this promises to be a truly spectacular event for all involved.Over 20,000 participants will ride in the 2016 event and it's a great challenge for both club & recreational cyclists.REGISTER HERE: http://bit.ly/1IROpfPEVENT DATE: 31/07/2016Join the Starfish team and give life, hope & opportunity to children affected by HIV/AIDS in South Africa.
Elinor Middleton ● 2655d0 Comments ● 2655d
Enter into the festive spirit by joining Starfish for London’s largest Santa Run. You will find Santa’s Grotto, a carol-singing choir, and a snow machine to make for a perfectly festive day - plus all runners gets a free Santa suit! There is a 5k and 10k option to choose from and the run is suitable for all ages (minimum 8 years) so grab your friends, family or colleagues and walk, jog or sprint towards the mince pies! With support of our fundraising team we ask runners to aim to raise £100 as a suggested target, and all funds raised go directly into our worthwhile projects that help children in South Africa. If you would like to take part, here is the link to register by Monday 30th November. Spread the word to your friends, the more the merrier! https://www.doitforcharity.com/book-online.aspx?eid=2901&cid=61228&charity=true If you don’t fancy running this time, but would still like to be part of the festive fun, then come along, enjoy the mince pies and cheer on our Santa’s! To register as a volunteer please email us at email@example.com.
Elinor Middleton ● 2675d0 Comments ● 2675d
i am trying to find any online archive website, wether it be a newspaper or library, where i can see archive material to the late actress Imogen Hassall, including anything related to her funeral or even the plaque for her late week old daughter, that she had with kenneth ives, any help would be appreciated
Peter Scott ● 2712d0 Comments ● 2712d
A luxury ski chalet in the heart of the French Alps, Chalet Arolla marries the traditional and the modern, offering the perfect balance of relaxation, indulgence and exhilaration. Our professional and experienced staff will be on hand to make you feel welcome from the moment you arrive, and they look forward to making sure your ski holiday is the best it can be! This recently renovated, 5 bedroom luxury chalet is located in the calmness of Meribel 1650, and during high season offers ski in, ski out access to the worlds largest ski-able domain in the world. www.chaletarolla.com or contact Charlotte@formulapromotions.co.uk
Charlotte Meins ● 2719d0 Comments ● 2719d
Can anyone please recommend me a really reliable removal company local to SW19 please? I am moving from my flat to storage and would like it all packed and moved for me. Ideally would like English speaking guys for better communication. Thanks
Imogen Hughes ● 2730d1 Comments ● 2723d
Do you and your partner enjoy cooking and want to compete for £1000?Couples Come Dine with Me will be filming in West London & the surrounding area very soon, and we are looking for great contestants.Over the course of three nights, three couples that are enthusiastic amateur chefs, who don’t know each other, take it in turns to host a dinner party for the other two couples. At the end of the week the best host couple wins a £1,000 cash prize.We are looking for romantic couples to apply for our show. Applicants must be at least 18 years old, and must not be professionally trained as a chef.The shoot will take place the week commencing 16th November, so you must be available across this week.Email Katie.Harris@shiver.tv a.s.a.p. if you are interested in applying.Thank you!
Katie Harris ● 2732d0 Comments ● 2732d
I am confused as to how the AFC can say that they should get their planning permission based on the fact that they still have many fans in Merton , even though they DO NOT go to watch the games and that they also have many followers who have NEVER seen them play. How loyal and interested are these "fans". Where is the guarantee that those followers and fans will want to pay for seats to watch them play. The AFC are not the DONS and I wonder if a lot of people realise that. Let them stay where ever it is they are, we don't need them. It is not an essential for boroughs to have their own teams and I am sure we do not want to deprive the borough they are in - do we?
Margaret Whiteley ● 2813d1 Comments ● 2732d
Dear fellow residentThe "local" developer who replaced the wonderful King of Denmark Pub on the Rigdway with the eyesore that is the Denmark Lofts is at it again, but on residential streets in the village conservation area -- on Clifton Road no less. Notwithstanding the fact that Merton's own Tall Building strategy regards developments of the scale being proposed the developer is seeking to exceed all reasonable limits and the council's stated objective to conserve and enhance the historic environment. Replacing a wonderful 1940s family home (which was looked after by an old chap who recently passed away) with 4+ storey monstrosity with a huge basement car park, removing much of the planted gardens -- huge demolition, sheet piling, huge dumper trucks and deliveries for what could be 2 years in the making. All next to the older folk who live in Rutland Lodge and Lyston House and causing huge potential risk to the young kids and parents of Kings Junior School, to name a few.BUT -- this is only the first concern because letting one in lets the next one and next one and so on. Please visit the Denmark lofts on the Ridgeway (9 units and empty restaurant, studio/office and planting that is dying or go to Kemble Hall, 24 Keswick Road, Putney – 22 flats -- on another family house plot in a similar style to what is proposed -- but at least this had the top floor flats in the roof -- that's not the plan for Clifton Road -- the roof is on top -- making this a very high building.Have no doubt that the developer wishes to break the restrictive covenant in the title deed established by Dame Julia Vertue Mansel in 1920 to keep the home at 3 Clifton Road a single dwelling; remove the existing shrubs and hedges; build apartments that will need to sell for more than 1.5-2.0m each (if there are only 4) -- this is not for the likes of most of us. BUT what is more likely -- he gets permission, then works out the selling price is too low, and seeks to convert the permission into even more units -- but "all in the envelope of the existing permission". We have all seen this before. so we end up with Denmark Lofts again or Kemble Hall -- 9 or is it 22 units rammed on top of one another. Welcome to high rise living and the complete lost Wimbledon's historic character Please do have a look at the application and submit your comments/objections to: firstname.lastname@example.orgWith the following information1 Application reference number : 15/P27252 Your name 3 Your address 4 Planning application description DEMOLITION OF EXISTING HOUSE TO BE REPLACED WITH A FOUR STOREY BLOCK OF FLATS (4 X 2 BEDROOMS) WITH UNDERGROUND PARKING.5 Your commentsHere's the link: (http://planning.merton.gov.uk/Northgate/PlanningExplorerAA/Generic/StdDetails.aspx?PT=Planning%20Applications%20On-Line&TYPE=PL/PlanningPK.xml&PARAM0=1000089928&XSLT=/Northgate/PlanningExplorerAA/SiteFiles/Skins/Merton/xslt/PL/PLDetails.xslt&FT=Planning%20Application%20Details&PUBLIC=Y&XMLSIDE=/Northgate/PlanningExplorerAA/SiteFiles/Skins/Merton/Menus/PL.xml&DAURI=PLANNING)
Andy Miller ● 2779d0 Comments ● 2779d
HelloI have started a new wedding photography business in the Wimbledon area. I am a young, creative photographer who is looking to build a successful business. My web page is still in development: http://hensfieldphotography.tumblr.com/My prices are very reasonable, starting from £300 per day.Please feel free to contact me on email@example.com if you would like to find out more.Thank you
Laura Hensfield ● 2787d0 Comments ● 2787d
This week Starfish is offering free registration for the Royal Parks Half Marathon. Email by 5pm this Friday 7th August to secure your place.Taking place on Sunday 11th October this exciting run will lead you through London's beautiful Royal Parks along paths lined with cheering crowds. We will be with you every step of the way, providing training tips, fundraising ideas, cheering support on the day and refreshments at the finishing line.As part of the Starfish team you will help to provide lifesaving healthcare, education and protection to orphaned and vulnerable children in South Africa. Aim to fundraise £300 and make a big difference to the children we care for. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the team on 02075973797.
Elinor Middleton ● 2790d0 Comments ● 2790d
I hope the idea of a new High school in Whatley avenue is totally quashed, I live in Whatley Avenue and believe me we are already squashed between Joseph Hood School and Rutlish High School. From the High School we have constant take away food litter thrown scuffles and fights everywhere,from Joseph Hood we have the parents who have to drive to drop off/pick up their children, double parking and taking up the whole of the parking places . Having said that there is and always has been a place for Joseph Hood school, especially as Merton has spent so much effort to ensure sufficient Junior School placesthat must have included the places at Joseph Hood. But we in Whatley Avenue truly would crush under the pressure of another High school, it just would not be fair on the residence. Nor on the children of Joseph Hood.
Margaret Whiteley ● 2813d0 Comments ● 2813d
Register now for the Royal Parks Half Marathon in aid of Starfish Greathearts Foundation on October 11th! This spectacular half marathon in London is the only one and the first of its kind. The stunning 13.1 mile route takes in the capital's world famous landmarks on closed roads, and four of London's eight royal parks - Hyde Park, Green Park, St James' Park and Kensington Gardens.Last year our runners raised an incredible £36,000, helping Starfish to provide, amongst other projects, life-saving healthcare to vulnerable children in South Africa, whose lives have been impacted by HIV/AIDS.With your help, the Starfish team can raise even more in 2015!Registration costs £20, and £300 fundraising pledge target, and if you're interested, please visit www.starfishcharity.co.uk/getinvolved or email email@example.com for more information.STARFISH GREATHEARTS FOUNDATION
Elinor Middleton ● 2816d0 Comments ● 2816d
Celebrate Nelson Mandela day with us! Rugby, games, live music and good food... and all for a great cause! Supporting Starfish Charity which aids South African children orphaned by AIDS.Event is on Sat 18/07/15 from 10AM-5PM, at GJ's Wandsworth Sports Bar, 89 Garratt Lane, SW18 4DW. Tickets are £5 and include a hog roast or veggie burger.Get tickets here: www.gj-s.com or here: www.starfishcharity.org or call: 02075973797. We hope to see you there!STARFISH GREATHEARTS FOUNDATION
Elinor Middleton ● 2818d0 Comments ● 2818d
Run the British 10k for Starfish Greathearts Foundation - a charity working to provide life, hope and oppurtunity to children orphaned or made vulnerable by HIV/AIDS. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 02075973797 for all the details! Registration ends 3rd July 2015 end of day.
Jessica Francis ● 2822d0 Comments ● 2822d
Registration is now open for runners to take part in the iconic British 10k on Sunday 12th July 2015, in aid of Starfish Greathearts Foundation, a charity supporting children orphaned or made vulnerable by HIV/AIDS in South Africa by providing life, hope and opportunity.The run takes you through the heart of London on closed roads, past the many world renowned sights that London has to offer; in its 15th year, the British 10k is both exciting and historical. Run along famous streets lined with cheering supporters, of which your Starfish friends will be the loudest! Running for Starfish, you will pay a £20 registration fee, and fundraise £150 towards our life-changing work in South Africa. We will support you throughout, providing a Fundraising Pack including sponsorship forms, ongoing fundraising advice, a free Starfish running vest – and of course cheering and welcome refreshments once you complete the race. The deadline for registration is Wednesday 1st July.To register to run the British 10k in aid of Starfish Greathearts Foundation today, visit our website at http://www.starfishcharity.org/get-involved-uk/run,-cycle,-jump/british-10k-london-run-12072015.aspx or email email@example.com for any more info!We do hope to hear from you.STARFISH GREATHEARTS FOUNDATION---------------------------------------------------------------------------Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.starfishcharity.orgTel: 020 7597 3797 twitter.com/StarfishUK facebook.com/starfishgreatheartsuk
Jessica Francis ● 2837d0 Comments ● 2837d
This year’s Conservators’ Annual Open Meeting for Levy-payers will take place on Wednesday 17th June at the Holy Trinity Church, Ponsonby Road, Roehampton SW15 4LAThe meeting starts at 8.00pm but Conservators and staff will be available for informal chats from 7.15pm. Following the presentation of the accounts and reports, there will be an opportunity for those attending to ask questions or raise any issues of concern.Refreshments will be available.
Wimbledon and Putney Commons Conservators ● 2871d0 Comments ● 2871d
Run for Starfish in the Great British 10k London Run on Sunday July 12th 2015!The British 10k is an amazing event to take part in; run through the closed streets of London, set yourself a challenge and fundraise to give life, hope and opportunity to children affected by Aids in South Africa. With two months to train for the event and lots of help along the way, this is the perfect opportunity to improve your fitness and speed and take part in one of London’s renowned summer runs!The route loops through London; starting at Piccadilly, runners past iconic landmarks such as St. Pauls Cathedral, the London Eye and Westminster Abbey, before turning past Downing Street and The Cenotaph and finishing on Whitehall at the junction of the Royal Horse Guards.Register with Starfish now to take part in this exciting day and receive;- An exclusive fundraising pack- Ongoing support and pre-event information- A free Starfish running vest...And lots of support both on the day and throughout your training!Aim to raise £180 that will help Starfish provide life training, education and health care to them children they support.To register and for more information visit our website; http://www.starfishcharity.org/get-involved-uk/run,-cycle,-jump/british-10k-london-run-12072015.aspx or contact Stephanie at email@example.com
Jessica Francis ● 2872d0 Comments ● 2872d
Click for the Loft Conversion and Roofers in the Wimbledon area
Luke Carroll ● 2873d0 Comments ● 2873d
I am a professional portrait photographer with a Degree in Photography from Manchester School of Art and over 4 years experience working in Photography, photographing families, children, newborns and couples. You can choose the location, maybe a favourite spot in the park? and for £60 you get a full photo shoot (usually lasting 30 minutes) and all images(50-75 shots) edited to your preference (any effects/airbrushing) and presented on a disc. Feel free to message me any questions and to see a portfolio.
carly mcglynn ● 2882d0 Comments ● 2882d
I had heard this restaurant was very good and picked up a menu with a view to booking it for dinner on our wedding anniversary. However we have decided to boycott it as there are frogs legs on the menu. Frogs are facing an extinction crisis worldwide, and the last thing they need is for their populations to be decimated in Asian countries to export their legs to the UK to eat. I read that India has already banned this export trade, and hopefully other Asian countries will follow. See:http://savethefrogs.com/threats/frog-legs/index.html
Robert Giles ● 2898d0 Comments ● 2898d
Dear SW19I have already sorted out this issue. Merton allowed the developer to fell the trees, which I asked the Council to value to which they responded £20,000. I then worked with Merton Tree Wardens and the Council to agree how the money would be spent on new trees. There will be 42 new trees from the development going East along Bushey Road until it meets Grand Drive. These include large plane trees and many others. Planting will take place next Winter.Councillor David DeanConservativesDundonald Ward
David Dean ● 2926d1 Comments ● 2898d
IS YOUR GARDEN / OUTDOOR SPACE IN NEED OF A MAKEOVER?Would you like a visit from The Instant Gardener?We are looking for a garden or outside space in need of TLC for a fun new BBC TV pilot.For more details contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lucy Weston ● 2916d0 Comments ● 2916d
Do you want to take part in Britain’s biggest and best celebration of cycling?If you missed out on a Ride London ballot place, then join the Starfish team! With leg-testing climbs and a route made famous by the world’s best cyclists, this promises to be truly spectacular event for all participants.Join our team and fundraise to help Starfish bring life, hope and opportunity to AIDS orphans and vulnerable children in South Africa. We have a registration fee of £20 and ask for a fundraising minimum of £500. You will receive:An exclusive Starfish cycling jerseyPersonalised training schedule and nutritional adviceGreat fundraising ideas and tipsFantastic team spiritLots of support and cheering on the day!If you are interested in taking part then please email me or register on our website: http://www.starfishcharity.org/get-involved-uk/run,-cycle,-jump/prudential-ride-london-surrey-100-02082015.aspx
Jessica Francis ● 2927d0 Comments ● 2927d
I am planning on buying new home and am in need of a good property solicitor, can anyone suggest a good one based on past experiences?
Jaden Spencer ● 2954d1 Comments ● 2929d
Forum MessageTopic: Lecture on Hammersmith Nudes' Murders. Posted by: Neil MilkinsDate/Time: 02/03/15 21:10:00Film director/producer Jeff Leahy and myself are giving a lecture on Saturday March 7 dealing with the unsolved murders of eight women in the Hammersmith district of London between 1959 and 1965. Three of the murders took place in Chiswick.The lecture will take place at The Bar Locks public house, 21 White Church Lane, Aldgate, London E1 7QR. Arrive 6.45pm for 7.30pm start.Regards. Neil Milkins. email@example.com
Neil Milkins ● 2943d0 Comments ● 2943d
Hi everyone,My name is Samuel Morgan-Grahame, I'm the musical director of a young company called Arrows and Traps, who are bring our brand new, re-imagining of Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew to the New Wimbledon Studio Theatre from May 27th - June 20th. We can't wait to share it with the Wimbledon community, and are offering loads of workshops for schools in the area, and particularly students working on Shakespeare at school - to bring the Bard alive! At the moment we are fundraising in order to be able to offer more workshops, and bring the show to as high a standard as we would like it to be - there are some great rewards on offer if you help us out - but also, even if you can't we'd love to see you there! This is our fundraising link - https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/arrowsandtraps/taming-of-the-shrew-new-wimbledon-theatre?ref=nav_searchThanks so much, hope to see some of you in May!Samuel MG
Samuel Morgan-Grahame ● 2952d0 Comments ● 2952d
Hey Parents/Guardians,I'm currently working on the design for a wearable device to keep children aged 11 years or younger safe on our streets. Therefore I'm conducting some research surrounding child safety and was wondering if you could help me by completing this short anonymous questionnaire: goo.gl/forms/y388pdEeOg - (copy and paste the link into your web browser)It will only take 1 minute to answer and you'll be contributing to the development of a device to keep children safer. It would be great if you could send on to friends with children as well if you can! The reserach is part of my final year University project!Many ThanksJohn
John Walker ● 2959d0 Comments ● 2959d
The Starfish Spinning Marathon is back - with a twist!Register until February 11th! Take on the challenge. Your way.The epic thigh busting team event is back for its 4th year and promises to be bigger and better than ever. Qualified instructors from the Pedal Studio will lead back to back Spinning classes. With pumping tunes and fierce competition this will be a weekend to remember. Teams must clock up a total of 12 or 24 hours but it’s up to you how you take on the challenge....So how can you get involved and how does it work?You can enter as a team or those of you who would like to participate but don’t have the time to gather a team can still take part in this awesome event. Just choose to do a single or multiple classes over the 24 hour period and we will find you some shiny new teammates. There is no sign up fee and a fundraising target of just £50 per person. Here’s how the team set up works:Option A: The ultimate 24 hour challenge, 6pm Friday 27th- 6pm Saturday 28th February Option B: New for 2015, 12 hour challenge 6am – 6pm Saturday 28th February Teams can have 2 – 10 members. The team decides how to make up its hours and can either cycle together as a group or as a relay.And don’t forget - everything from the Putney Pedal Studio space to the Popchips is donated so every penny raised goes to improving the lives of vulnerable kids in South Africa. To register please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Stephanie on 020 7597 3797.
Katie Wand ● 2971d0 Comments ● 2971d
Hi can you help with the Big Advice Survey? I work at a Citizens Advice Bureaux and we are trying to understand how we deal with problems in our daily lives and where advice fits in. We're doing this through the "Big Advice Survey"It's straightforward and takes about 5 mins - basically, it's just multiple choice unless you want to add further info. We want to use the results to make decisions on how the local advice sector can improve the services we offer to the general publicIf you can help by taking the survey that would be really appreciated. You can take the survey directly from this link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/BigAdviceSurveyThere's a dedicated site with lots more info, here:http://bigadvicesurvey.org.ukAnd a one-minute video explaining what we're trying to do: http://youtu.be/WvjFyMvUnOMOnce again, I hope I've not broken any rules by posting this and if you can spare a few minutes to take the survey it would be really appreciated!Many thanksPatrick
Patrick Torsney ● 2973d1 Comments ● 2973d
Hi all,Would you fancy to get local Wimbledon honey ?We are running a crowdfunding project to set up hives in Wimbledon area. Backers will receive honey as a reward.More information at :http://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/bees-need-you-the-buzzing-hive-project/Thank you,Karine & Arnaud
Arnaud Robert ● 2974d0 Comments ● 2974d
- What? • It's not as tough as you might think. You don't have to pedal non-stop for 24hours, just be part of a team that keeps going around the clock (6pm- 6pm). You can get your own team together or join an existing one.• Qualified instructors will lead hour long classes back to back and pumping tunes will encourage you throughout. You have control of the resistance on your bike so you dictate how much you push yourself!• There will be plenty of food and drink to keep your energy levels up and there will be a chill out zone where you can rest and support other team mates.• Teams can be any number up to 10 cyclists. The more team mates, the less pedaling you will have to do!• The team members will decide among themselves how long each person will spin for and at what time, ensuring someone will always be on the team's bike. All teams will be asked to submit a schedule prior to the event.• The fundraising target is £500 per team. The Pedal Studio kindly sponsor the event by donating the venue and the fantastic spin instructors. This means all of your sponsorship goes straight to helping Starfish to provide shelter, education and healthcare to children orphaned or made vulnerable by AIDS in South Africa. We will help you be a star by providing lots of great fundraising tips. - When?Fri 27th - Sat 28th Feb 2015 (6pm - 6pm)- Where?Putney Pedal Studio, London- ContactEmail Katie at email@example.com, or register online at : http//www.starfishcharity.org/get-involved-uk/run,-cycle,-jump/24hour-spinning%C2%AE-marathon-27-28022015.aspxWe look forward to seeing you all there!
Hester Enthoven ● 2992d0 Comments ● 2992d
What?- Starfish Greathearts Foundation is hosting its annual 24hr spinning marathon, in which team-members take turns to fill the 24 hour-long sessions, led by qualified instructors! Teams are comprised of up to 10 people, and each team must raise a minimum of £500 in aid of Starfish’s cause. Individual entrants will be assigned a team, and must raise a minimum of £50. When and where?- The 27th-28th November in Wimbledon, south London. What’s included?- 24 hours worth of professionally-led spinning classes, plenty of food and drinks for sustenance, and a fun-filled day! Why?- Starfish Greathearts Foundation works to provide healthcare, education and a better quality of life to children made vulnerable or orphaned by HIV and AIDS in South Africa. Starfish currently support 17,000 children in the country and your efforts really will make a difference. The spinning studio has kindly lent us their equipment and instructors for free, so all funds raised will go directly to projects in South Africa. Starfish runs community-based projects and works in coordination with local initiatives, in order to give children in adverse conditions the best possible start to life. More information? For more information and to register for the spinathon, go to our website: http://www.starfishcharity.org/get-involved-uk/run,-cycle,-jump/24hour-spinning®-marathon-27-28022015.aspxWe look forward to seeing you there!
Hester Enthoven ● 2997d1 Comments ● 2992d
The residents of Raynesfield have fought a successful campaign and should be very proud that they have forced MOPAC to change its strategy.You quote Mr Greenhalgh as saying, "I was not happy about how they (the residents) had been treated and I was not prepared to see key workers (...) forced to move out of their homes". But it was his policy to sell off these residential properties so he, and MOPAC, are therefore responsible for how the residents have been treated. Also, the picture of Deputy Mayor Stephen Greenhalgh with Conservative Councillors Lewis-Lavender, which accompanies the article, smacks of blatant political opportunism. Cllr Gilli Lewis-Lavender spoke of the necessity of selling off Raynesfield at the Council Meeting on the 19th November. I am glad that the motion, calling on Boris Johnson and MOPAC to halt the evictions, was carried, although not one Conservative councillor supported it. So why is she in this picture? And what help has MP Stephen Hammond given? I have not found one tenant who says they were helped by him.There are still several issues that MOPAC needs to clarify:Firstly, MOPAC must allow those who were forced to move out of their flats to return to their homes. Secondly, the tenants need to be given long term security, with assured tenancies.Finally, MOPAC needs to compensate residents for van hire, storage costs, utility reconnection fees and so on. On the day before evictions were due to begin, some residents took their furniture to the tip or to charity shops; some now lack the basics, like beds and fridges. Lib Dem Assembly members, Caroline Pidgeon and Stephen Knight, will continue to put pressure on the Mayor of London and MOPAC until these points have been answered. Raynesfield residents know that I will carry on supporting them as I have done in over the last few stressful months.
Mary-Jane Jeanes ● 3036d0 Comments ● 3036d
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mark wheeler ● 3036d0 Comments ● 3036d
My partner and I are looking for a small plot of land to purchase so we can build a small one bedroom house. Please let me know if you, or you know of anyone, who may be able to help us. Thank you!
Peta Nichols ● 3043d0 Comments ● 3043d
Are you a reg to the Twickenham Rugby Ground for the matches and need to park?The United Resident Association and the Bridgelink Center are renting out our Car Park on match days.The car park has only 10 parking spaces so first come, its situated on Summerwood Rd, Isleworth Tw7.Cars £15 to park.Please contact me on 07561149063...
Simon Anderson ● 3044d0 Comments ● 3044d
We are looking for families to take part in a new BBC documentary about the working poor.Even though you work, do you still find it hard to make ends meet?Do you receive tax credits yet still find balancing the household bills a struggle?BBC Would like to hear from you.Email - LowPayBritain@CPLProductions.co.ukTel 07437 183 190
Femi McIntosh ● 3052d0 Comments ● 3052d
I'd just like to say well done to Merton Local Authority for turning Wimbledon Broadway into Ibiza over the last 10 years.I have just witnessed yet another violent assault in the Broadway at 11.52 this evening, presently the Broadway is occupied by hundreds of drunk revellers shouting and screaming.Walking down the Broadway at night on a Friday or Saturday is like being in Ibiza. My front garden is a toilet and I have to listen to the endless booming of bass music until 3am almost every night.All my complaints get ignored, because there is no chance they are going to do anything about it.The Broadway is now just an entire rabble of drunken louts which gets worse year on year.
Paul Iddon ● 3066d0 Comments ● 3066d
Hiya. Need a goalie for a 5 a side team tonight. Must be over 35. Our usualy keeper has selfishly gone to get married. Can probably get you more games with other teams in future if you are interested. We play at Chiswick School. Drop me a line if you fancy it. Cheers
James Robinson ● 3068d0 Comments ● 3068d
Hi there,I'm working on a pilot documentary series for Channel 4, which will make an innovative dispute resolution process available to people with community, business, family and consumer disputes.I'm looking for people considering court action who may like to consider this process as a fee-free alternative for our pilot. The scheme is being run by the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, so is it's authentic and legally-binding, and although it's being filmed, the pilot is not intended for broadcast.I hope this will be of interest to residents or friends of your community who want a definitive end to a stressful period in dispute with someone.If you'd like more information, please do email me: firstname.lastname@example.orgAll the very bestKimberly
Kimberly Godbolt ● 3084d0 Comments ● 3084d
I have 2 tickets available for Tony Hadley plus orchestra & special guests doing hits of Spandau Ballet at Theatre Royal Drury Lane on Sunday 19th October. Stalls Row J. Cost me £80 each. Will sell for £60 each ONO. Please PM me if interested
Terry Coyne ● 3085d0 Comments ● 3085d
I'm fixing the house for the upcoming winter and want to clean my gutters. The company I used last yeas doesnt exist anymore, can you mention yours and if you're happy with them ?
Elise Alpha ● 3111d1 Comments ● 3099d
Hi,I'm a student at Royal Holloway, University of London doing a study on the congestion charge and driving habits in London and would be really grateful if you could spare a couple of minutes completing my questionnaire. Please copy and paste the following link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/Z7NWQNTThank you for your time, it is really appreciated,Hazel
Hazel Teck ● 3105d0 Comments ● 3105d
KeyLessons provides one-on-one musical tuition in the comfort of your home so lessons are convenient and comfortable for you.We have competitive rates and extraordinary teachers to make your learning fun, flexible and catered to your learning needs.We teach a wide range of musical intruments (including voice) all over London so learning has never been easier!check out www.keylessons.co.ukor call 07977679360
Della Thielamay ● 3170d0 Comments ● 3170d
Posted by: Neil MilkinsDate/Time: 08/07/14 17:50:00Since May 2014 there have been nearly 22,000 hits on youtube of the Sky TV documentary Harold Jones - The Welsh Serial Killer. I am convinced that former Fulham, Puntney and Hammersmith resident Harold Jones was responsible for 8 unsolved murders in the Hammersmith district between 1959 and 1965, which includes 3 at Chiswick. The 45 minute documentary can be accessed via the Internet by googling Harold Jones - killer. Pass the word darlings! If anyone remembers Jones who also used the name Harry Stevens please contact me via the forum or at email@example.com Regards. Neil Milkins. Author of Every Mother's Nightmare - Abertillery in Mourning and Who was Jack the Stripper? The Hammersmith Nudes' Murders.
Neil Milkins ● 3174d0 Comments ● 3174d
Used them two times, fine. Third time we had some very important papers to go to a Harley Street doctor - pick up was fine, but a couple of days later she was complaining nothing had shown up. On the trace log the papers had been taken to the main depot and left there. We entered an on line chat to India, who told us it could be the following week before they were delivered, wished us a nice day and ended the call. We tried them once more this week to deliver a parcel to a kiddie. You pay up front, someone was here all day Tuesday waiting for the pick up, and again all day Wednesday, nobody showed, little boy is already upset. Another on line chat to India - told us they'd have to open an investigation. What good is that to us? I asked who was going to apologise to the little lad. I was wished a nice day again, that was at about 7.00 pm last night. Not worth the hassle. Dreadful service, they've obviously got too busy to be able to cope, and they don't give a toss when you complain. Never again.
Jacqui Murray ● 3179d0 Comments ● 3179d
Thinking of selling your home?Would you like to potentially save £1000's in fees?If you are not yet listed with an estate agent, are a keen seller, and would consider listing your property online, we want to hear from you ASAP!If you are happy for Sarah Beeny and TV cameras to follow your house sale, get in touch with our casting team today:Tel: 0203 189 3154Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tom Cullum ● 3180d0 Comments ● 3180d
Hi, I wanted to recommend Alyson and her team at Tristram Design & Build. They did a great job with our kitchen extention and redecoration of the whole house after. Alyson managed the project from quote to completion and was great as the main point of contact. Their team of decorators were great to deal with and Alyson was a stickler for making sure they always cleaned up and that there was a minimum amount of mess and dust affecting the rest of the house. Very happy! Here are her contact details: Alyson at Tristram Design: 0207 350 1234 or 07776 224334 http://www.tristramdesign.com/property-refurbishments/Thank you,Martin
Martin Huis ● 3192d0 Comments ● 3192d
Hi,I have been a full-time piano teacher since graduating in a BA Hons Music Degree in 2001. I learnt to play the piano when I was 7 and have never lost my passion for it, hence why I now teach. I am CRB (DBS) checked and registered with the ABRSM as a tutor and so enter pupils for exams regularly.I teach practical and theory and cater lessons to each pupils needs and learning style and speed.I currently have many students all over London and can teach at your home or at mine in sw19 (Wimbledon/Colliers wood area).I charge £35 per hour, do half hour lessons if needed and teach young beginners to advanced (up to Grade 6 practical and Grade 3 theory). If I travel to your home there is a travel fee but this rate is negotiable.I have a great love for music and it is this love that I hope to instil in future pupils as I do with current ones.Please contact me on 07977679360 or email@example.com for further details.i look forward to hearing from you.
della thielamay ● 3193d0 Comments ● 3193d
I'm starting up women's beginner running groups on Wimbledon Common, commencing in late June. If you've ever wanted to start running but weren't sure where to start, my groups offer a relaxed, supportive environment for beginner runners in the local area.We’ll build up slowly, with lots of run-walking initially, on the flat, scenic trails of the common, and by the end of the ten week course you’ll be able to run 5k without stopping.Whether you want to improve your general fitness, or have your sights set on running a 5k, a 10k (or maybe even a marathon one day), my groups will help you get a step closer to your goal. I’ll also be offering 5-10k groups further down the line and one-on-one coached outdoor fitness sessions, offering something a bit different to working out in a gym environment.We’ll meet at the Windmill car park on Wimbledon Common, which can be reached easily by car, on foot or by local public transport routes, and we’ll run on the beautiful trails in the surrounding area. Groups will be led by me, Cat. I’m a UK Athletics qualified run leader and a personal trainer, so can offer advice about wider issues relating to running, such as hydration and nutrition, strength and conditioning, and injury prevention.I’ll initially be holding two sessions solely for women; one on a Monday morning and one in the evening. To register an interest for these, or to find out a bit more information, please drop me an email to CatSimpsonRunning@gmail.com, stating your name and whether you’d be interested in attending the morning or evening session.When: Monday morning or evening, starting in late JuneWhere: Wimbledon Common Windmill car parkPrice: £50 for 10 weeks (one session per week)Many thanks
Cat Simpson ● 3221d0 Comments ● 3221d
Merton and Wandsworth Asylum welcome is looking for committed volunteers with experience of teaching ESOL, English and Maths to support the delivery of a weekly evening class to refugee and recently arrived migrant young people.Classes are held every Monday from 5-7pm in Mitcham. Please contact maya on firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Maya Pritchard ● 3229d0 Comments ● 3229d
Hi my name is Natalie,I am cleaner for 5 years. I will provide a reliable and friendly service and will always strive to do a complete and thorough job. I do all aspects of general cleaning and make sure to suit your individual needs. I am hardworking, trustworthy and reliable, with a keen attention to details. Contact me for more details. I have excellent references if you request and good experience .CRB check awaiting. Please do not hesitate to contact me either via private message or text me on 07852408667
nataliya petrova ● 3267d0 Comments ● 3267d
Hi - My fiancée and I are moving from Chiswick to Wimbledon (Balfour Road) next month. As such we are looking for a list of good GP's in the local area; especially important as my fiancée is 14 weeks pregnant.Thanks in advance!
Craig Gregory ● 3292d0 Comments ● 3292d
Does your family resemble the cast of hit TV series 'Outnumbered'? Are your kids outspoken, funny and cheeky? Rare Day, a documentary production company, are looking for families to take part in a fascinating film about modern family life.We're looking for families with more than one child to take part. Using a new type of camera, we plan to film with these families for a couple of days surrounding a particular event at home like a birthday party or family gathering. Our ambition is to see how families really interact with each other and how our children see us. This will be a warm, humourous and uplifting look at the world within our own homes.If you think your children would make for fascinating viewing, or if you've always wondered what they're up to when your back is turned, then we would love to hear from you. At this stage, any filming we do will not be broadcast.Please contact us on email@example.com with a phone number so that we can call you back.
Rare Day ● 3311d0 Comments ● 3311d
Il Malcazone – over the road from the cinema, Putney High Street. We’ve been here many a time over the years, avoiding the back with the TV screen and the very rowdy times, and had pleasant enough (and far too large) meals. Things have been going downhill over the last couple of years, pasta getting drier, inedible, old meatballs which the staff just shrugged their shoulders about when I complained, service getting slower, but we’ve stuck with it because we only visit occasionally. Should have read the most recent Google comments about the staff and especially the manager before we went yesterday for lunch – they are not flattering. We asked for chips as a starter to munch between us, and stressed NO salt. Carbonara and Hawaiian pizza ordered. Asked for extra sauce on carbonara as last one had been very, very dry. Chips arrived same time as mains, covered in salt which brought on a huge coughing fit had to call the waiter. Told him we’d ordered no salt, he straightaway picked up a cellar and tried to pour more on, another waiter had to intervene and take them away. Hawaiian good, pizzas generally are. I had the carbonara, a huge mound of almost dry spaghetti, even the fork wouldn't lie down in it. I couldn’t get down more than a small amount, too dry to swallow. Too disappointed and annoyed to complain on this occasion, just left it, and it sat on the table for 20 minutes while other half continued his pizza. When he’d left the table to go to the bathroom, the manager approached and asked, "What's the problem with the carbonara?" in a pretty aggressive tone. I explained it was dry despite my request for more sauce, and inedible. He didn't speak, just removed it. Two minutes later an embarrassed waiter brought the cold, congealed mess back to us in a takeaway box, saying the manager had told him to. We couldn’t believe it. Other half refused to pay, and demanded it be removed from the bill. We paid for the rest and were walking out when I noticed the manager. I politely challenged him about the takeaway but suddenly, after speaking perfect English for decades, he couldn't speak more than odd words. He said the takeaway was Steven’s dinner (pizza, which he’d consumed). Then he said we’d asked for it (of course we hadn’t). Then he said he’d thrown my old dinner in the bin. Then he said yes, it was the mess I’d sent back, returned to me to take home. We both told him he should be thoroughly ashamed of himself for his disrespect towards paying customers. We will never, ever go back there again. I’ve added my disgust to the Google comments about that restaurant (can’t confirm how filthy the kitchens are, as others have commented on, I haven’t seen those), but this contempt on his part was completely unforgiveable.
Jacqui Murray ● 3342d0 Comments ● 3342d
Gymnastics and fitness is the foundation of fitness for your child. Gymnastics can teach them strength, stamina, flexibility and coordination. Plus they have loads of fun at the same time.Backflip performers.com
Katie cannon ● 3342d0 Comments ● 3342d
HiI wondered if anyone would enjoy to debate/explore some entrepreneurial ideas and see if they could lead to something? .. Possibly ideas for the next big 'web' thing? or build a product and see if it could lead to something?Yes - its a shot in the dark ..but if you are interested leave a reply!Jamieemail:firstname.lastname@example.org
Jamie Dan ● 3344d0 Comments ● 3344d
Why dont you have a BID? With a Business Improvement District you can have dedicated town centre rangers who not only are an addition to the police they are not a burden on tax payers its a win win for you!!
Barry Faust ● 3346d1 Comments ● 3346d
Headway South West London are a small local charity set up to help people affected by brain injury.We are holding a fundraising quiz night on 5th March at the Bricklayers Arms, Putney and desperately need some raffle prizes, eg tickets, vouchers, chocolates or bottles of fizz.If you are able to donate something, please contact me on email@example.com. You can find more details about us on our website - www.headwayswlondon.org
Natalie Ponting ● 3354d0 Comments ● 3354d
Dear Sir or Madam,I hope you don’t mind me getting in touch. I work as a Researcher for the Channel 4 show ‘George Clarke’s Amazing Spaces’ and I wanted to spread the following information as far and wide as possible. Is your family in desperate need of some extra space? George Clarke and his team are seeking the perfect home for their prototype extension with a twist.If you are a London homeowner with your own garden then please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your contact details. If you are able to spread the following word to members of your community that would be wonderful.Any questions please don’t hesitate to contact us. Many thanks,
Steph Hopgood ● 3362d0 Comments ● 3362d
hello! I am Laura Fornoni a 22 year old Italian girl who is looking for a family to be their au pair with immediate start. I have experience with children aged 3 to 5 year old and I am a physical education teacher for children. I am in London to improve my English. I hope to hear you soon. Laura
laura fornoni ● 3377d0 Comments ● 3377d
We expect yourselves - as news "reporters" - to be less obvious in your (anti-Council/Labour) bias and also not unduly sensationalise headlines to boost your circulation at the cost of community harmony! Standard reporting practice of statistics is over a year and not three years. Imagine the tabloids reporting that house prices have shot up by (perhaps) 300% over the past 30 years? Secondly, what the Merton Council Cabinet Member, Cllr Saunders, says seems justified anyway : I regularly drive in exactly that range of the road (opposite Centre Court) and I'd prefer even more rigorous traffic law enforcement on the rogue drivers in order to be fair to us, the law abiding residents. I wonder whether Merton Council should seriously consider introducing Local Congestion Charge on non-Merton cars. I'd like to hear opinions of your readers on this last point too. Thank you.
Andy Ray ● 3386d1 Comments ● 3386d
Discovered a new small lose tea boutique stall in Wimbledon Centre Court ground floor, which has a very large selection of natural lose teas from around the world. Over 50 different types and flavours I believe. The service is excellent, and the tea flavours are simply the best. Since the shop is new, clearly requires support and I see myself restocking my tea there for the foreseeable future, I decided to do my bit to make sure they survive first few months! P.S. The girl that works there is very pleasant.
Audrius Seskanas ● 3697d2 Comments ● 3390d
Please help I now live in the USA, I used to live in Ipswich England, I hade a friend that was a teacher At a MAYFIELD SCHOOL , And I think that the School was in Wimbledon, Is there Mayfield school ? If you can help my e-mail address is email@example.com Thank You Don Mison
Donald James Mison ● 3660d3 Comments ● 3390d
Hello!We over-ordered turf for our garden, so we have some going spare if anyone wants it. It's probably about 10-15 square metres all in all.If you're interested, please call Vanessa on 07817 289566. Collection only from the Morden area First come, first served!Thanks,vanessa
vanessa ● 3541d1 Comments ● 3390d
At long last the council have decided that the money that was set aside by sainsburys for the construction of a new community centre and swimming pool in colliers wood will actually be finally used somewhere in the borough that is not wimbledon or wimbledon park it is just over 20yrs that they have held on to the money how comes it suddenly appears????????/
Matt Flaherty ● 3417d0 Comments ● 3417d
MONDAY 11TH NOVEMBER 2013 ANNOOR CENTRE OPENS ITS DOORS TO THE LOCAL COMMUNITY OF ACTON. 5:00 PM onwards. 6:45 pm we have our last prayers of the day and you are welcome to see them. Speak to the people at Annoor centre, including women who wear the Niqab. Converts and Born Muslims. Refreshments will be there also. 58-70 Church Road, Acton, London W3 8PP 0208 993 6650 or 07956 468 081
A Tailor ● 3421d0 Comments ● 3421d
I have been cleaning and ironing in the Herne Hill , East Dulwich ,Sydenham,Peckham , chelsea and surround areas for many years , I am looking for a few clientes more .I am reliable, trustworthy and CRB checked , I have excellent references if you request and good experience .My hourly rate is £10.00. Minimum 3 hours daily Please do not hesitate to contact me if you require any further information , either via private message or my mobile number which is 07933059773. Or 07922561595 I Also work with 2 lovely cleanersI Guarantee exceptional service and promise you will not be disappointed by the resultskinds regards Patricia 07933059773 07922561595homecleaninghome @gmail.comHome Cleaning Home Domestic Cleaning ServicesNO AGENCY FEES - NO CONTRACT
Patricia Veloso ● 3440d0 Comments ● 3440d
Hello. I am a female experienced babysitting with lots of references. My availability is evenings and weekends (days too). Some afternoons but I usually don't know about those until a week in advance. I am happy to work on an adhoc basis although I would be delighted to have a regular slot to make sure I am always available - e.g. for your gym night, date night or weekend/evening classes etc. During the week I split my time between studying and the wards, as a 3rd year (mature - late 20s) medical student. By default this makes me pretty good at tutoring too. Especially science! It's probably worth mentioning I spent the last three summers dog-sitting which in another thing I love to do. If you need help with one or a combination of these, do drop me a line and we can see what we can work out. Areas preferred: Wimbledon, Tooting, Streatham, Clapham, Wandworth, Dulwich, Herne Hill
Elizabeth Sarah ● 3449d0 Comments ● 3449d
Can anyone recommend a cleaner for a one off job (about 4 hours of work) when we move out of our flat?Thanks,Fiona
Fiona Woodcock ● 3476d2 Comments ● 3452d
The recent conference on the future of Wimbledon was clearly only organised for the benefit of people hoping to make money/votes out of the town, and not for local residents. I was very disappointed that it wasn't open to local people to hear the ideas from people like Richard Rogers, and offer their own views. Poor Wimbledon seems to be exploited for the making of money and not for the benefit of the people who live here. We have already seen the Village become a retail outlet for expensive clothes and eateries, and lose it's village atmosphere. The Town centre has no independent shops left, and now more plans are being discussed without any input from residents. In the '80s there was a local people's Plan for the development of Wimbledon, which was very popular, but ignored in favour of office and shop building. Will we be ignored again?
Susan Adcock ● 3463d0 Comments ● 3463d
My Mum who is 68 will be having her Hair shaved off This Saturday in aid of Great Ormand St Children's Hospital. She needs Sponsors for a great cause.http://img694.imageshack.us/img694/2096/y7q6.jpgThe event will take place Saturday 27th September at 5pm inside the Woodland Tavern Pub in St Johns Rd Isleworth Tw7.If you would like to sponsor her please call her: Shirley on 07722047468Or Send me a email (she has no Internet) Or Sponsor her via the Link Below every penny helps and will help Very Ill Children.My daughter was treated at GOSH for years, in 2005 when she was 9yrs old she was Diagnosed with Leukemia. The Staff were fantastic they Supported Her and us as a Family and she is fully recovered because of this Fantastic hospital. 2yrs ago My Niece was Born and has had to attend GOSH on many Occasions as does her sister who is 1yr old so the Hospital plays a Big part of our Life's.Thank Youhttp://www.justgiving.com/Shirley-McCarthy1?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=shares-from-eua&utm_content=Shirley-McCarthy1&utm_campaign=eua-share-facebook
Simon Anderson ● 3466d1 Comments ● 3465d
the factory may be the kodak factory that was on the deer path industrial estate??
Matt Flaherty ● 3466d0 Comments ● 3466d
I am looking for a small room - to hold maximum of 10 people to do a group fitness session. No equipment/furnishing are required. If you have a room yourself or know of a venue in Wimbledon that could be suitable please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Needed asap.
Viki Potter ● 3470d0 Comments ● 3470d
Would anyone be interested in helping with squirrel release sites this year? Please email Lucy Kells, Wildlife Aid at email@example.com if you are interested in doing a release and she can tell you what is involved.You will need to have a safe garden, away from busy roads, not millions of cats in your road and you will need to have good tree cover. You will also need to help them with food until they are established. There also needs to be a suitable tree in your garden for someone from Wildlife Aid to fix the nest box to – this video shows something similar: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f1ImydMx6VI (Preview) Please get in touch ASAP if you can help! Lucy Kells VN Dip. AVN (Surgical) MBVNA Hospital Manager The Wildlife Aid Foundation Randalls Farmhouse Randalls Road Leatherhead KT22 0AL Tel 01372 377332 Email firstname.lastname@example.org Web www.wildlifeaid.org.uk
Maria Babiak ● 3470d0 Comments ● 3470d
Having just read the article on the possible pedestrianisation of Wimbledon Town Centre, I was caught between two reactions. The first was 'great - how lovely'. But then I wondered what would happen to the traffic? Not all of it is through traffic - as a local resident I need to travel by car and need to pass through or around the town centre. Like many others, I've found a route avoiding the very centre, but closing it off would force even more vehicles down already crowded residential roads. The project might benefit some residents, but at the expense of others. Also, if every local town decided to ban traffic, everything would grind to a halt. Such proposals need to be considered carefully as part of a wider plan. Ideally, more people will use public transport, but there will remain a certain number of people for whom the schedules or connection make travelling to work or other regular appointments by car a necessity.I worry that this is an overly idealistic dream, and without a proper evaluation of the wider impact it could be very destructive to the lives of the very residents its proposing to better.
Julia Coleman ● 3472d0 Comments ● 3472d
I'm posting this for a Wimbledon friend who is not on the interweb.Does anyone know a good company who services oil fired boilers. If so please let me know. Thanks
Sarah Vickers ● 3491d0 Comments ● 3491d
We are looking for people who want to set up a friend or family member to appear on a prime-time, family friendly hidden camera show. The person we are looking to set up:- is approximately 25-45- lives in a house (or ground floor flat with direct street access i.e. does not share a door to the street)- has a good sense of humourIf you have someone in mind please get in touch as soon as possible! Please email: email@example.comOh, and please keep it a secret so as not to ruin the surprise!Many thanks,Chris
CPL Productions ● 3503d0 Comments ● 3503d
Size 17 (not sure what that actually means)Chest measurement 39"Good conditionFreshly dry cleanedThis would be suitable for a boy in the Upper or Lower 5th form. Perhaps a boy slightly larger than average.If anyone is interested in buying this please send me a private message. Otherwise, I'll go through the hassle of sending it to the Second Hand Uniform Sale.Thanks,Joe
Joe Wengler ● 3517d0 Comments ● 3517d
Hi there,Does anyone know of a dry cleaning service that does home collection and delivery. I need them to operate late at night or early morning due to working long hours. I would really appreciate any recommendations as i am in desperate need.Many thanks
kam barseghian ● 3616d1 Comments ● 3519d
I'm looking for a good butchers shop in my area. I currently live on Merton road next to the Tesco Express/Esso garage. Any help is greatly appreciated.
Darren Fay ● 3522d0 Comments ● 3522d
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Simon Gummer ● 3531d0 Comments ● 3531d
High Court agrees to grant Judicial ReviewThe Friends of Putney Common (FofPC) learnt on Friday (12th July 2013) that its application for a Judicial Review challenging the legality of "easement agreements", allowing the building of a private road on Putney Common, has been granted by the High Court. The agreements were signed in secret by the Wimbledon and Putney Commons Conservators (WPCC) and Wandsworth Borough Council (WBC) in February 2012. John Howell QC, sitting as a Deputy High Court Judge, said that the WPCC's assertions that it is legally entitled to provide easements over Putney Common are “arguable”. A date for the Judicial Review has not yet been fixed.The proposed private road would be for the sole use of luxury flats and a two-form entry primary academy for 420 pupils to be built on the site of the former Putney Hospital, which is entirely surrounded by common land. The planning application for the development attracted a substantial number of objections from local Putney residents, including over 500 specific complaints about building roads on the Common. The planning application was by Wandsworth Council’s Children’s Services Department to Wandsworth Council acting as Planning Authority, and was granted in October 2012 but subsequently quashed by a High Court order in March 2013. Today, the site has no planning applications pending or valid consents. The decision by the High Court to allow the case to proceed to a Judicial Review is a major step forward for FofPC who have long argued that the WPCC is acting outside its powers laid down in the 1871 Wimbledon and Putney Commons Act. This Act of Parliament was specifically set up to create and protect the Common and stop encroachment on to it. In submissions to the court, the WPCC (and WBC, as an "interested party") argued that it had the authority to make such easement agreements. The parties also said that the Judicial Review application should be refused because it was “out of time” and “devoid of merit”.Despite these submissions, the High Court have granted the FofPC a Judicial Review including a Protective Costs Order and recognized the claim under the Aarhus Convention. FofPC spokesman Nicholas Evans, in whose name the Judicial Review application was made, said today:"We are delighted that the High Court has granted a Judicial Review. It is a step forward in our campaign to protect Putney Common from what we believe is unlawful encroachment by the Council. We have an excellent and very experienced legal team and we are looking forward to arguing our case in more detail before the Judge. After 18 months of acrimonious debate with the WPCC and WBC we welcome this opportunity to establish once and for all whether the Conservators can effectively sell rights to parts of the Common and allow the council to build private roads on it. We are grateful to the many local residents who have supported and helped us to reach this stage.” Notes for Editors1) Friends of Putney Common is a local community group formed by Putney residents to protect Putney Common and the site of Putney Hospital from inappropriate development.2) A planning application was made by Wandsworth Borough Council in February 2012 to build a 2FE Primary Academy School with a restricted roof-top playground and 24 luxury flats on the site of Putney Hospital. The hospital had been closed since 1998. The Council bought the site from the Wandsworth Primary Care Trust for £4.4m. The first application by the Council was declared invalid in May 2012. A further application was submitted in July 2012, which the Planning Application Committee granted permission in October 2012, despite receiving over 800 objections. This permission was quashed in the High Court in March 2013 following a legal challenge by FofPC, as it was unlawful. (See previous FofPC press releases).3) The Planning Application Number reference is 2012/0758. There is no current planning application or permission relating to the site. 4) FofPC has challenged the need for a new school at the Putney Hospital site following analysis of the background data to school projections. See Press Release ref FofPC PR 10-7-13.5) All legal exchanges between the parties have been posted on the Friends of Putney Common website, as has the notification by John Howell QC, (sitting as a Deputy High Court Judge) granting FofPC permission for the Judicial Review.
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Many of the 45,000 households who pay the WPCC levy for the upkeep and conservation of the Commons live in Wimbledon. Quite a few of them do not - they are nearer to Putney Common or are in Putney Parish.But I'm sure we can all agree wherever we live that the body of Trustees set up originally by an Act of Parliament in 1871 have done a pretty good job of looking after this important open space. So why have I, and a local community group called 'Friends of Putney Common' (www.friendsofputneycommon.org) resorted to applying to the High Court for a judicial review of the Conservators recent actions to sell rights to Wandsworth Borough Council allowing them to build roads and paths on Putney Common? Because we believe this is in direct contravention to the 1871 Act and is clearly unlawful.Some key questions which might prompt you to look further into this unfortunate situation are given below. Full details can be seen on the website I mentioned above.1) The Conservators knew when they signed an agreement in July 2010 to build roads on Putney Common to facilitate a new health clinic on the old Putney Hospital site, that the plans for the clinic had already been cancelled by the WPHT board in September 2009. Why did they go ahead anyway? Were they in cahoots with the Council?2) They may claim that they would be "reclaiming" land from the Hospital for the Common. But this was land already designated in the 1871 Act as Common. They didn't need to take this action to reclaim it. Was it just the £250,000 "access fee" that tempted them?3) When the Council announced that it would buy the site and build flats and a huge primary school for 420 pupils, did they ask local residents for their views? They did not. They went ahead and signed another agreement, this time with an "access fee" of £350,000. All done in secret.4) When they were sent two legal opinions by Barristers briefed by Friends of Putney Common showing that their actions were "ultra vires" (beyond their statutory powers) why did they still push ahead?5) Why are they fighting to hold on to their promised money and not protecting our common?6) Why does this also matter to residents of Wimbledon who do not live near Putney Common? Because the Conservators claim that they can grant "easements" to build roads not necessary to protect the common, to facilitate development. In clear contravention of the 1871 Act. Next time they act in this high-handed and secret manner, it may well be a chunk of Wimbledon Common in their sights, and not just Putney Common.NickWebsite: www.friendsofputneycommon.orgTwitter @FofPCEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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