Hello Fulham Community, I am writing to you from a charity called Starfish Greathearts Foundation. Starfish is an international development charity providing vital healthcare and education to vulnerable children affected by HIV/AIDS and poverty in South Africa. We have a fundraiser coming up in the form of a Spinathon in the Slice Studios in Parsons Green. Join us as we pedal with a purpose and help make this year’s Spinning Marathon the best yetForm a Team (2- 8 members) and decide how to clock up your hours. Pedal as a pack or tag each other in a relay. If you don’t have time to gather a team you can join our Starfish team. Qualified instructors will lead hour long back to back classes taking you on a virtual route with pumping tunes, fierce competition and free flowing food and drink. We promise this will be a day to remember!It’s £10 to register with a fundraising target of £50. Everything from the Studio to the snacks are donated so all funds raised will help to bring life, hope and opportunity to vulnerable children in South Africa affected by HIV and poverty. Gather your friends and colleagues and join us as we pedal with a purpose. We hope to see you and your team mates in the buzzing Slice Studio in February. To Sign up please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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B.B.C. 2.Wales Saturday 12 January - Dark Son - The Hunt For a Serial Killer dealing with the unsolved murders of 8 women in the Chiswick, Hammersmith and Brentford districts between 1959 and 1965. If you are on Facebook go to my profile for 3 stunning trailers for the 90 minute drama/documentary.
Neil Milkins ● 1539d0 Comments ● 1539d
Please google Professor David Wilson for a startling post on Twitter and a trailer of Dark Son - The Hunt For a Serial Killer.
Neil Milkins ● 1545d0 Comments ● 1545d
B,B.C. 2 Wales at 9.00 pm on January 12. For viewers with Sky and Freeview it can also be seen on the same date and time. Otherwise for viewers throughout the U.K it can be viewed at 9.00pm pm on B.B.C.4 on January 22. It is the biggest unsolved serial murder case in British criminal history - the so-called 'Jack the Stripper' murders took place in Swinging Sixties London.Six women lost their lives to a killer who was never caught. Criminologist Professor David Wilson leads an investigation to unmask the killer, who claimed more victims than even his notorious Victorian namesake, Jack the Ripper.Professor Wilson and his investigative team - which includes former detective Jackie Malton and forensic psychologist Professor Mike Berry - begin their hunt for the killer not in London, but 150 miles away in Abertillery, South Wales. In 1921, the Welsh mining town was devastated by the double murder of two schoolgirls when eight-year-old Freda Brunell and 11-year-old Florence Little were killed just weeks apart by a local boy 15-year-old Harold Jones, who the Abertillery residents still refer to as their 'Dark Son'.Those murders - especially the sadistic nature of their deaths, and the treatment of the bodies afterwards - have eerie parallels with the 'Jack the Stripper' murders. Could Harold Jones the boy killer really have matured in later life into a serial killer?To test this theory, the team revisit the scenes of the murders in west London. They use contemporary policing techniques such as geographical and offender profiling to see if the crimes of Jones the boy can be measured against those of Jack the Stripper. And from the outset, it becomes apparent there are many chilling similarities.
Neil Milkins ● 1547d0 Comments ● 1547d
Dark Son – The Hunt for a Serial Killer will be aired on BBC Wales on January 12, and on BBC Four on January 22. This documentary, 15 months in the making will be spectacular. It deals with the unsolved murders of 8 women in the Hammersmith, Chiswick and Brentford areas of London between 1959 and 1965.(Google South Wales Argus for full story.)
Neil Milkins ● 1560d1 Comments ● 1551d
Does anyone remember Terry Leo who was born and bred in Hammersmith, before moving to Haddenham, Buckinghamshire in the mid 80's. I believe he used to drink in the Greyhound pub down the Fulham Palace Road.
Eamonn Montague ● 1567d0 Comments ● 1567d
Do you remember a character from a childhood book as fondly as an old friend?If you do, you’ll know the magic of being able to slip into another world as and when you need to, or how books can make your world a bigger, brighter place.For bookworms especially, it’s hard to believe that anyone could see reading as anything other than empowering, or even just a pleasure. For the third of children from disadvantaged areas who leave primary school without being able to read well, often it’s nothing but a chore.That’s why we like to turn up on the doorstep, with a backpack of books, two little stools, and a pair of volunteers who know that words take you places. Every week, come rain or shine, our volunteers bring the magic of reading directly into families’ homes every week, in low-income areas across London.Doorstep Library volunteers don’t just read stories; they do the silly voices, handpick the books, and give special recommendations. By making it fun first, we get to watch children transform into budding readers. We love when parents get stuck in with the sessions too and encourage them to get involved in their children’s education.Sometimes though, we’re just there to give a bit of extra support, whether we’re passing on info about a family activity, lending an ear, or even just being a friendly face. Then, before we go, we leave behind a selection of books for each child to borrow for the week.If this sounds like the role for you, these are the basics. We run projects on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday afternoons in estates across Westminster, Hammersmith and Fulham and Lambeth.In Hammersmith and Fulham, we start at 3.45pm and finish at 6.30pm. If you'd like to know more contact Daniela Cardoso at email@example.com
Emily Oliver ● 1604d0 Comments ● 1604d
Beware of scammers.There are many persons who are being persuaded by fraudulent Facebook adverts to invest £250.00 in Bitcoin. The adverts show Dragons Den celebrities praising the bitcoin revolution and falsely claiming the Dragons have themselves made millions from this wonderful venture. They falsely claim Chris Eubank, Jim Davidson, the Dragons and others have made millions from their investment. The truth is you will lose at least £250.00.
Neil Milkins ● 1612d0 Comments ● 1612d
Bit of a long shot, but does anyone know of living relatives of John William Skipper or Dorothy Cohen, probably unrelated but buried within a few feet of each other at Mortlake Cemetery. The burial dates are early 1970's.
Neil Milkins ● 1619d0 Comments ● 1619d
At long last after 13 months of filming. Copy and paste link. http://www.tcbmediarights.com/screeners/dark_son.html
Neil Milkins ● 1632d1 Comments ● 1628d
HelloI am trying to contact any member of the Turpin family formally of Querrin Street.My email address is firstname.lastname@example.orgThank youGreg Ovens
Gregory Stephen Ovens ● 1638d0 Comments ● 1638d
Cygnet players are very excited to be performing 'Merrily We Roll Along' a hit musical Book by George Furth and lyrics and music by Stephen Sondheim.Franklin Shepard is a rich, famous, and influential songwriter and film producer. As the years roll back over 20 years of his life, we see his journey from penniless composer to wealthy producer, and what he sacrificed to get there. With a brilliant score and the deep insight expected from any Sondheim endeavour, Merrily We Roll Along is a spirited and moving cautionary tale for anyone who has ever pursued a dream.Don't miss out – get your tickets now!To book online (card payments only), follow the link ... https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/cygnetplayers Alternatively, call our box office on 07941 448 689 or email email@example.com (cash or cheque payments only).There are a limited number of discounted tickets for Tuesday evening and Saturday afternoon, using discount code SPUTNIK.Dates: Tuesday 4th to Saturday 8th September 2018Time: 7.45pm, with a 2.30pm Saturday matineePlace: Putney Arts Theatre, Ravenna Road, Putney, SW15 6AWPrice: £18 (£15 concessions)
Cygnet Players ● 1694d0 Comments ● 1694d
Does anyone by any chance have a copy of the 1989 True Detective Winter Special? I am particularly interested in the content on page 35. Master Detective, part of the True Detective Group refuse to send me a scan of what is published on page 35 but they have forwarded me a scan of the front and inside page stating that a story on page 35 deals with former Hammersmith, Fulham and Putney child killer Harold Jones. They won't send me the scan because they have stolen photographs that I own copyright of and they have used them in the August 2018 edition of Master Detective. They have scanned about 12 of my photos directly from my book Every Mother's Nightmare - Abertillery in Mourning to use in the August edition. They state in an email to me that I should be grateful that they recommend my book.
Neil Milkins ● 1695d0 Comments ● 1695d
If Freddie Mills was not the killer of 8 women in London between 1959 and 1965 then who was? Will anything be given away tonight on B.B.C.4 at 9.00pm.Murder in Soho: Who Killed Freddie Mills?A look at the life and untimely death of a British boxing hero, set in 1960s Soho.
Neil Milkins ● 1702d0 Comments ● 1702d
If Freddie Mills was not the killer of 8 women in London between 1959 and 1965 then who was? Will anything be given away tonight on B.B.C.4 at 9.00pm.Murder in Soho: Who Killed Freddie Mills?A look at the life and untimely death of a British boxing hero, set in 1960s Soho.
Neil Milkins ● 1702d0 Comments ● 1702d
Press Release29th July 2018Hammersmith & Fulham’s premiers park Bishops Park in Fulham has been awarded Green Flag status. Cllr Amanda Lloyd-Harris the chair of the Friends of Bishops Park said “this was a fabulous result for all of those residents, park users and park workers who had made this possible”. The Green Flag Award® scheme recognizes and rewards well managed parks and green spaces, setting the benchmark standard for the management of recreational outdoor spaces across the United Kingdom and around the world.There are numerous benefits to being an award winner includes increased tourism, regeneration of the park and engaging with the local community. Bishops Park is a well-loved and highly popular park with various activities including, tennis, bowls, skateboarding, children’s play area and water features beside the open space to relax in its tranquil setting beside the River Thames.Cllr Lloyd-Harris was quoted as saying “the award is most welcome but we still have much work to do”.
Amanda Lloyd-Harris ● 1706d0 Comments ● 1706d
PLEASE SHARE. I have been in contact for about 10 years with 2 daughters and a son of former world light-heavyweight boxer Freddie Mills. I know a documentary regarding their father being falsely accused of being "Jack the Stripper" The Hammersmith Nudes' Killer was being made. It is now finished and Freddie's daughter Amanda Mills sent the following message to me today.Hi Neil. Yes. We are all well thank you. It's been confirmed for Wed. Aug 1st .BBC4 9pm Murder in Soho. Who killed Freddie MillsTrailer is running now....BBC4 Best wishes Amanda
Neil Milkins ● 1711d0 Comments ● 1711d
I know exactly where these wet wipes were.There needs to be an industry-wide Govenment enquiry to find out which "paper" products can be reformulated to be made of 100% paper and 0% plastic. And then legislation to enforce the findings.
Una-Jane Winfield ● 1722d0 Comments ● 1722d
We've bought 3 reserved enclosure tickets for the event next Saturday and one of us can't go. Going for £70 face value. You can email me @ firstname.lastname@example.org for more details."Don't love me for fun, girlLet me be the one, girlLove me for a reasonLet the reason be...."R.
R Rees Williams ● 1726d0 Comments ● 1726d
Fulham waited 43 years to play again at Wembley but how sad was it to note that this historic game was not shown in the Square next to the Lyric on the 26 May although of course the game was wonderful with a fantastic result. Fulham fans of course are IMHO incredibly polite and a great tribute to Fulham.Yes you could find the game somewhere in a nearby pub but many down King Street didn't show it and those pubs lay empty.Such is life but well done Fulham.
Tony Antares ● 1746d1 Comments ● 1745d
Hi thereCan anyone tell me if the ballot is still going ahead? The facebook page and twitter have not had anything in ages.I think it is important that every business in the area knows they could be liable to pay a levy for the next 5 years if this goes through.
Karen McRostie ● 1752d0 Comments ● 1752d
12noon till 4pm at the Churchfields Recreation Grounds, Hanwell, W7 3BP. Bring your pooch along for a fantastic day of fun. Food and refreshments available. www.thebunnyparkdogshow.co.uk for more info.
Sharron Clarke ● 1755d0 Comments ● 1755d
Hello , Shooting Star Chase would like to say thank you to everyone that volunteers and supports the charity via the shop at 674 Fulham road on Wednesday 6th June from 4pm. The shop will stay open until 7pm if you would like to pop along for a glss of Pimms and find out more about volunteering to support your local children's hospice.If you would like to drop off donations or have a browse you will also be made most welcome.Hope to see you there.Thank you Ruth ShawArea Retail ManagerShooting Star Chase
Ruth Shaw ● 1760d0 Comments ● 1760d
Found a set of bike lock keys today on a bench on Lillie Rd Recreation Gnd -Fulham Palace Rd sideGet in touch if they are yours- Ring me on 07773744782
Kirit Bork ● 1765d0 Comments ● 1765d
Hi I need help to make contact with the person who sat in seat 3B on delayed flight EZ807 to Scotland on the 18 May. She lives in the Fulham area and has strong connections to Scotland. To the person-I made a terrible mistake in not swooping details. It would be nice if you could contact me to continue our conversation. CA Arthur
CA Arthur ● 1765d0 Comments ● 1765d
Regarding Abertillery child killer Harold Jones. 10 years ago, New Scotland Yard informed South Wales Police that they believed it was possible that Harold Jones may have been the killer of 12 year-old Muriel Joan Drinkwater in Swansea in 1946. The Detective Chief Inspector who led the murder inquiry ten years ago has retired from the Force refusing to believe that Jones was the killer, although D.N.A could prove one way or the other whether Jones was or not. Now under instructions from the South Wales Police Chief Constable Matt Jukes, the case is being looked into by South Wales Police Assistant Chief Constable Jonathan Drake, Detective Chief Superintendent Danny Richards and Detective Chief Inspector Mark O'Shea. Five years ago respected Detective Chief Inspector Paul Bethell confirmed that Jones WAS a suspect in the Drinkwater murder inquiry.
Neil Milkins ● 1828d0 Comments ● 1828d
http://www.theneweuropean.co.uk/top-stories/hammersmith-fulham-council-eu-1-5370167That is why there are two European flags flying on top of the Town Hall. Vive l'Europe! (and equivalent for the Germans, Dutch, Italians and other 23)
Una-Jane Winfield ● 1877d0 Comments ● 1877d
Wednesday 31st January to Saturday 3rd February 2018 at 7.30 pm with a 2 pm matinee on Saturday (please note that these times are a little earlier than usual).London Oratory School TheatreSeagrave Road, Fulham, SW6Director: Stuart BurrowsMusical director: Sam FisherChoreographer: Kim FindlayTop Hat brings together the glamour of Hollywood's golden age, with the glorious, tap-dancing magic of Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers. This triple Olivier award-winning show is packed full of Irving Berlin's greatest hits, including Cheek to Cheek, White Tie and Tails, Let's Face the Music and Dance, and Puttin' on the Ritz. It tells the story of Broadway sensation, Jerry Travers, who dances his way across Europe to win the heart of society girl, Dale Tremont. An uplifting and hilarious romantic comedy, celebrating 1930s song, style and romance, Top Hat dazzles with beautiful music, dancing, and a love story that will set pulses racing! Tickets are £18, with concessions at £15. We're also offering a family ticket for £60 and a group rate, where you get 10 tickets for the price of 9 (£162), so it's worth rounding up a group of friends and booking together! Tickets available online via www.cygnetplayers.com/box-office, or by calling the box office on 07941 448 689. Book today to see this fabulous show!
Cygnet Players ● 1911d0 Comments ● 1911d
Bit of a long shot but these forums have been such a help over the past 10 years. I am trying to contact relatives of the above who were married in Chelsea in 1931. Eileen's father John Widdows and sister Muriel Ellen May Widdows lived at 29 Hestecombe Avenue Fulham in the 1960's. George and Eileen had a daughter Patricia A Crowe born in Chester in 1941. It is believed Patricia married Dennis M Jones in Chester in 1959. Someone with the name B.Trott may have been in the family.
Neil Milkins ● 1921d0 Comments ● 1921d
It's going to be a beautiful winter's day today, cold but sunny, so why not pop down to you local Farmers Market - open 10am-2pm?It's only 4 weeks until Christmas and March House Farm are taking Christmas orders so come and get your turkey sorted. Or just come along to get some delicious bread, organic chocolate, Sunday dinner, a yummy crepe for the kids or a few Christmas presents and stocking fillers!
Fiona Campbell ● 1951d1 Comments ● 1930d
Searching for a knowledgeable, ethical, compassionate and kind GP. This should include fair assessment, referral to specialists & diagnostic tests as needed. Thank you for your input.
Chantal Furst ● 1930d0 Comments ● 1930d
The Abertillery Singing Detective is now on YouTube.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lQbejlJ22Wc
Neil Milkins ● 1934d0 Comments ● 1934d
I have had extensive contact with adult children of 6 of the Hammersmith Nudes' victims who were murdered between 1959 and 1965. Veronica Fleming the daughter of the sixth victim, Chiswick resident Mary Fleming visited Abertillery on the weekend to take part in a major B.B.C. documentary "The Hunt For A Serial Killer." I am still trying to locate relatives of 8th victim Bridget O'Hara who was murdered in January 1965. She had lived in a flat at 41 Agate Road, Hammersmith. Her husband was Micheal O'Hara and Bridget had many brothers and sisters. If anyone can help please contact me at 07989555376 or email@example.com
Neil Milkins ● 1955d0 Comments ● 1955d
"The Khoo Teck Puat UK Foundation focuses on funding medical research and facilities, promoting education and supporting the underprivileged, particularly children. The Foundation has previously supported several children’s medical centres in the UK but this is their first gift to Chelsea and Westminster Hospital". Chelsea and Westminster is not in an area of "underprivileged" residents. It certainly has world-class medical research and facilities. As so often the best staffed, most clued-up, most wealthy hospital trusts scoop funds which might actually be better spent on community maternity units, say in Ealing. But then Ealing Hospital lost its Maternity Unit, in the teeth of local opposition, in June 2015.
Una-Jane Winfield ● 1959d0 Comments ● 1959d
In August 1996, Kim Rossmo, a detective inspector from the Vancouver Police Department (VPD), was contacted by a UK police task force called Operation Lynx. The task force involved police officers from three counties -- Leicestershire, West Yorkshire and Nottinghamshire -- who were all searching for a man responsible for five abductions, rapes and violent sex attacks over the previous 15 years.Rossmo had developed geographic profiling, a method of tracking serial criminals which used data about the location of the crimes. Because of Rossmo's geographic profiling the rapist was caught. Rossmo recently identified Aldensley Road Hammersmith as the centre of a hotspot where he believed the Hammmersmith Nudes' killer lived. Who lived in Aldensley Road when the murders took place? The Dark Son of Abertillery, Harold Jones!
Neil Milkins ● 1961d0 Comments ● 1961d
Does anyone remember a former police officer who lived at 29 Hestercombe Avenue from 1945 until his death in 1962. He had a number of children including Muriel Ellen May Stevens nee Widdows.
Neil Milkins ● 1965d1 Comments ● 1964d
If there are any Welsh ex-pats on the forum please google walesonline.co.uk This concerns the restoration of the graves of 2 children who were murdered by former Fulham, Putney, and Hammersmith resident Harold Jones aka Harry Stevens aka Harry Jones. Help from anyone would be appreciated. Regards. Neil Milkins.
Neil Milkins ● 2004d4 Comments ● 1973d
It does not "reunite Hammersmith and Fulham": it chops off the north part of Hammersmith (up to the Westway). Those wards would be part of a new constituency called "Willesden and Shepherds Bush", which is very strange in shape because it has "branches" jutting out into surrounding constituencies. This smacks of gerrymandering.
Una-Jane Winfield ● 1988d0 Comments ● 1988d
Everyone welcome, no charge, drop in anytime Thursdays 7.00pm - 8.30pm at Stoll Community Hall (Well Being Room). You can find out more at http://www.tprf.org/programs/peace-education-program/ where you can watch a short introductory video. Or check out our new Meetup group at https://www.meetup.com/Peace-Education-Programme/events/243895285/?read=1&_af=event&_af_eid=243895285&https=on
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Neil Milkins ● 2011d1 Comments ● 2010d
YOU ARE INVITED to attend a very special free event at 7.00pm-8.30pm on Thursday 28th September 2017 at STOLL Veterans Community Hall in Fulham.A chance to see this award winning short film, “INSIDE PEACE”, which portrays the transformation of 4 convicts, tracking their journey from inside prison through to lasting freedom on the outside. See the 2 minute trailer and, for reviews from the BFI and further information, www.insidepeace.co.uk.The film will be followed by a panel discussion, with audience participation. The speakers will include: * Nicky Winter - Military veteran & singer* Erroll McGlashan - Ex prisoner & poet* PC Damon Tulloch-Foley - Faith Liason Officer* Cathy Watts - Counsellor & peace education facilitatorHosted by Nick Shatford, Health and Wellbeing Manager at STOLL, this event will conclude with complimentary refreshments and a networking opportunity. All welcome, including invited guests from the police, prison officials, veterans groups, mental health service users and professionals, & the local community.
Cathy Watts ● 2014d0 Comments ● 2014d
I understand that my old school friend Tim Turpin has died. If anyone knows when and how this happened could you please reply to this post or let me know on my email address: firstname.lastname@example.orgThank youGreg OvensFormerly William Parnell House and Henry Compton Secondary School
Gregory Stephen Ovens ● 2015d0 Comments ● 2015d
A delightful kitten was found in Fulham High Street - black, with white under the chin and on the back paws. About 3 months old.If you know someone who has lost a kitten, please contact Ricky at Hann Wakefield hairdressers, 47 Fullham High Street, SW6, 020 7736 0866.
Jane Eades ● 2020d0 Comments ● 2020d
A new book- The Secret Life Of Freddie Mills has been released by a former Sun newspaper reporter, Michael Litchfield published by a former Sun editor of Bizzare, John Blake. The book alleges that former world boxing champion Freddie Mills was the person dubbed The Hammersmith Nudes' Killer of the 1960's. Evidence proves that Mills has been wrongly stitched up. The book has been publicised in the Sun, the Daily Mail and other newspapers including the Bournemouth Echo the town where Freddie Mills was born. Comments from readers of the Bournemouth Echo have roundly condemned the malicious lies. If you read the Bournemouth Echo story most persons would I believe think the alleged evidence to be preposterous. (google Freddie Mills-Bournemouth Echo.) For instance in the book Freddie Mills had allegedly confessed to John du Rose the officer in charge of the case that he was the killer. But because Du Rose and Mills were Freemasons Du Rose never told his superiors. Even more ludicrous- fact Freddie Mills was desperately short of money when he died yet the book claims he gave the Kray Twins £1000 to assassinate him. Rightly Freddies daughter Susan and his stepson, actor Don McCorkindale are incensed.
Neil Milkins ● 2027d0 Comments ● 2027d
All NHS England "surplus" land (any land on which it is either impossible to run services because of the squeeze on current running expenditure or genuinely redundant land) is to be parcelled up into 6 regions and sold off as Public Private Partnership deals through European tendering arrangements to be completed by end June. See Health Service Journal: https://www.hsj.co.uk/topics/finance-and-efficiency/exclusive-private-deals-being-planned-to-release-naylor-billions/7018691.article#comments. The headline does not mention the plan's name: "Project Phoenix" but the article itself (paywall) does. See the website of CMS Legal Services, an international practice: http://www.cms-lawnow.com/ealerts/2017/05/project-phoenix-is-nhs-ppp-about-to-rise-from-the-ashes?cc_lang=enALL NHS England's land sold off. What?!!!!
Una-Jane Winfield ● 2111d0 Comments ● 2111d
In the Guardian Society page on Friday 16th June, there is confirmation of the plans which NHS senior officials have strenuously denied over the last 5 years. See https://www.theguardian.com/society/2017/jun/16/most-of-central-london-hospital-to-be-sold-off-secret-plans-reveal#img-1It gets worse: All NHS England "surplus" land (any land on which it is either impossible to run services because of the squeeze on current running expenditure or genuinely redundant land) is to be parcelled up into 6 regions and sold off as Public Private Partnership deals through European tendering arrangements to be completed by end June. See Health Service Journal: https://www.hsj.co.uk/topics/finance-and-efficiency/exclusive-private-deals-being-planned-to-release-naylor-billions/7018691.article#comments. The headline does not mention the plan's name: "Project Phoenix" but the article itself (paywall) does. See the website of CMS Legal Services, an international practice: http://www.cms-lawnow.com/ealerts/2017/05/project-phoenix-is-nhs-ppp-about-to-rise-from-the-ashes?cc_lang=enALL NHS England's land sold off. What?!!!!
Una-Jane Winfield ● 2111d0 Comments ● 2111d
HelloI would like to contact Ian Turpin, an old friend from many years ago.If anyone can help my email address is: email@example.comThanksGreg Ovens
Gregory Stephen Ovens ● 2113d0 Comments ● 2113d
Looking for a recommendation for a good roofer to carry out some repairs to a fibreglass flat roof.
Anne Maclean ● 2116d0 Comments ● 2116d
I'm deeply concerned that in the build up to the General Election there has been little discussion about the disastrous changes to the NHS being proposed by the local Sustainability and Transformation Plan, the "North West London STP" which covers 8 boroughs from Westminster to Hillingdon. These plans for the 44 "footprint" regions of England and Wales have been made in a secretive manner, with very little public information and are nothing more than plans to slash, trash and privatise our NHS. But most worrying are large private healthcare companies and their lobbyists, such as Virgin Care and American healthcare companies including UnitedHealth, the previous employer of Simon Stevens CEO of the NHS, which will chase the UK's expenditure through the NHS using the Health and Social Care Act 2012. This pressure will inexorably lead to the American model of healthcare management which causes 50% of personal bankruptcies each year in the US. All the STPs call for "Accountable Care Organisations/Systems", a term which Americans recognise only too well. This system with low fixed budgets will be screwed down so that it does not meet the public need and it will turn the health provision in England and Wales into a two tier health system where the rich will pay and the rest of us will be left with a very poor, minimal NHS, like the American Medicare/Medicaid system. I would urge all readers to contact their candidates and let them know that the public will not stand for the destruction of the NHS and all MPs must reject the STPs and reject the move to Accountable Care Organisations. These "new models of care" will end the NHS as a comprehensive service that provides the full range of care to all who need it, free at the point of need and fully accountable to the public (private companies will hide their waste as well as their profits). Readers can find their candidates on the website. www.whocanivotefor.co.uk/elections
Una-Jane Winfield ● 2128d0 Comments ● 2128d
Morning folks!Has anyone had any problems with Bridge Academy/ TBAP for sharing information or handling complaints especially if you are an absent parent?I was excluded from an exclusion meeting earlier this week and the no written response has been provided except a verbal "that's how we operate here", but refuse to provide this in writing. Even raising a complaint with Krishna Purbhoo - Executive HeadteacherTBAP West there has been no response despite a reassurance given and even myself a chase up call. Has even other parent experienced conduct like this?
Abdul Tailor ● 2171d0 Comments ● 2171d
Follow in the footsteps of Jane Austen's heroines & heroes: learn to dance Regency style! Fulfil your dream to attend a ball to celebrate Jane Austen's 200th anniversary and meet your Mr Darcy!Classes at Mrs Bennet's Ballroom: Tuesdays in Fulham at St Etheldreda's Church Hall, SW6 6DS7.15 to 9.30pmDates: April 25, May 9 & 23, June 6 & 20
Elizabeth A Curzon ● 2178d0 Comments ● 2178d
Lucky members of Kensington Singers sang with Gary Barlow and the cast of the Girls at the Olivier Awards, to be broadcast this Tuesday April 11th on ITV.Members of Earls Court-based Kensington Singers were given an amazing opportunity to perform with Gary Barlow and the cast of his musical “The Girls” at the Royal Albert Hall for the opening of the 2017 Olivier Awards. Gary and co-writer Tim Firth were nominated for three awards. Hannah Brine, founder and leader of Victoria Park Singers said “It was again a real privilege for us to be performing with Gary and Tim. Many of us were involved in the 2016 Royal Variety Performance with them and it was a real highlight of the year. At the Oliviers we performed “Yorkshire” - a wonderful song about the customs of the north, with lyrics depicting the countryside and english traditions such as eating fish and chips. Its really moving and evocative. Thanks so much to Gary and Tim and everyone for inviting us!”The choir was then able to watch the ceremony which also included performances from Amber Riley (Dream Girls) and the cast of School of Rock and Jesus Christ Super Star. Kensington Singers new term starts on Monday 24th April and new singers are always welcome. Anyone who is interested in joining the choir should visit www.kensingtonsingers for more information and to sign up
Claire Bradshaw ● 2180d0 Comments ● 2180d
Looking for a highly experienced, reliable cleaner with exceptionally high standards for a 2 bed 2 bath flat in Barnes, very close to public transport. 4-5 hours per week. Must be comfortable working around resident cat! Willing to pay well if person demonstrates consistently high standards and reliability. Please contact through the forum in the first instance and I will then provide contact details. Any recommendations more than welcome. Thanks!
Shilpa Bhatnagar ● 2194d0 Comments ● 2194d
Kensington Singers and Barnes Community Choir are joining forces for a Spring concert at All Saints, Fulham (near Putney Bridge) 20th March. The theme is Dreams and Lullabies. Tickets available on the door £10 or in advance from www.kensingtonsingers.co.uk. All profits will go to The Choir With No Name, helping marginalised people come together through music.
Claire Bradshaw ● 2208d0 Comments ● 2208d
For the last two years (since April 2014) NHS England has run a number of experiments (called "Pioneer" programmes), including in NW London, to try to integrate health (hospital) and social care, which is essential for reducing demand for hospital services and is a central part of "Sustainability and Transformation Plans" for the 44 "footprints" of England. The National Audit Office published its findings on Wednesday. It said: "Integrating the health and social care sectors is a significant challenge in normal times, let alone times when both sectors are under such severe pressure. So far, benefits have fallen far short of plans, despite much effort." "Nearly 20 years of initiatives to join up health and social care by successive governments has not led to system-wide integrated services" "The Departments [of Health and Local Government] have not yet established a robust evidence base to show that integration leads to better outcomes for patients" and finally "There is no compelling evidence to show that integration in England leads to sustainable financial savings or reduced hospital activity".Trying to mix health and social care is like trying to mix oil and water, due to the different funding and cultures. See NAO report: https://www.nao.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/Health-and-social-care-integration.pdfAnd BBC news: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-38894593
Una-Jane Winfield ● 2240d0 Comments ● 2240d
Does anyone have any left over Valencia Opal tiles (rectangular) that I could buy? Fired Earth have informed me that my order is 50 tiles short.
Wendy Robinson ● 2250d0 Comments ● 2250d
It's going to be a lovely bank holiday Sunday so come along to the market in Bishops Park and treat yourself to some artisan bread, succulent March House Farm meat, gorgeous mediterranean olives, cheese or any number of delicious goodies!
Fiona Campbell ● 2407d1 Comments ● 2254d
Any recommendation for a competent hair dresser to cut hair at home?Unable to go to hairdressers because ofallergies. Thank you for your input.
CJ Furst ● 2255d0 Comments ● 2255d
New to the area, aware of health politics.Could anyone recommend an honest, ethical, compassionateME friendly GP?Thank you
CJ Furst ● 2255d0 Comments ● 2255d
The second programme last Wednesday provided nail-biting suspense just like the first.What the surgeons said in their comments and their attitudes was very telling. One said bitterly: "I just wish someone would tell me when I can get on with my job!" And this week another said that it didn't matter that tens of thousands had just been wasted because there was no ICU bed available for their patient and so the surgery had to be postponed: the surgery was the right thing to do for this patient! The team was assembled four weeks later.What this series shows us is how inefficient and wasteful of resources it is to have an underfunded acute service. The bottleneck here is the supply of ICU beds: we need to devise a system to provide more ICU beds in the winter. And more HDU and step-down beds and better discharge arrangements, yes I know.....But the pressure on the A&Es at St Mary's and Charing Cross predates the winter: neither A&E has met the 4 hours treat or discharge target at any time in 2016.With demand going up by 5% per year, but funding by only 1% the outcome is inevitable.
Una-Jane Winfield ● 2260d0 Comments ● 2260d
Beware of computer scam. Just clicked on a link regarding a false claim that Professor Stephen Hawking had died. The screen froze and a warning was given that my computer was infected with a virus. The only way to get into my laptop was to shut down and restart. All is now fine. The warning was to phone 0800 086 9834 to speak to an engineer from Windows (lies). When I phoned the number the engineer wanted to take control of my computer and would have wanted a huge fee to put it right. When I told him the computer was now fine he slammed the phone down. If you google 0800 086 9834 you will see posts from many others who were given a fright.
Neil Milkins ● 2263d0 Comments ● 2263d
If you are looking to take on a new challenge for 2017, we have just the thing for you! On the 30th April, you can take part in the UK’s highest free fall abseil for The Mayhew Animal Home.You can abseil as an individual or as part of a team, it’s up to you! In joining us you will be helping hundreds of dogs and cats to escape a life of abandonment, cruelty and neglect in 2017. Our vision is to create a society where animals are treated and cared for with respect and we need your help to do that!The ArcelorMittal Orbit at The Olympic Park stands at an incredible 262ft with spectacular panoramic views across London including iconic buildings such as The Gherkin, St. Pauls, Canary Wharf and Wembley Stadium. The Orbit is an iconic symbol of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and the London 2012 Games, and this is your chance to take it on!The registration fee is £30 and we ask that you raise £250 in sponsorship. Of course we'll be on hand to help with your fundraising, offering you ideas and support throughout and if you sign up early, there is plenty of time to reach your target. There will also be a prize for the top fundraiser!Spaces are limited so sign up today and kick off 2017 with an amazing new challenge!https://www.themayhew.org/events/abseil/
Penny Flood ● 2264d0 Comments ● 2264d
Cygnet Players are proud to present Dirty Rotten ScoundrelsFrom Wednesday 15th to Saturday 18th February 2017At John McIntosh Arts Centre, London Oratory School Theatre, Seagrave Road, London, SW6 1RXPerformances nightly at 7.45pm with a 2.30pm Saturday matineeTickets £16 (£14 concessions) can be bought from the Cygnet Players box office via telephone on 07941 448 689, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or via www.cygnetplayers.com Book by Jeffrey Lane | Music and lyrics by David YazbekBased on the film "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels" written by Dale Launer, Stanley Shapiro and Paul HenningThis production is presented by arrangement of Music Theatre International (Europe) All authorised performance materials are also supplied by MTI Europewww.mtishows.co.ukAbout the show Two con men, a beautiful woman and the elite of the French Riviera collide in this sexy and irreverent farce. Based on the 1988 MGM film starring Sir Michael Cane and Steve Martin, this hysterical comedy features a delightfully jazzy score by David Yazbek (The Full Monty) and was nominated for a staggering 11 Tony Awards. Be transported to Beaumont Sur Mer and its decadent underworld, as two seasoned swindlers attempt to hoodwink a millionaire heiress. As the pair compete in the true art of the con, they discover there is only room for one of them. Sophisticated, suave with a good dash of mischief, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels is set to be the finest night out of 2017 - Secure your ticket today!
Cygnet Players ● 2279d0 Comments ● 2279d
More of Imperial Wharf. Does anyone care? If only it wasn't so difficult to remove the concrete rafts that they are built on.....
Una-Jane Winfield ● 2394d3 Comments ● 2305d
From Amazon - two popular Christmas gifts - 'Old Fulham' and 'Old Sands End, Fulham'.
Francis Czucha ● 2316d0 Comments ● 2316d
Energy Therapists will be at the London Buddhist Vihara, The Avenue, W4 1UD on Monday, 14th November, between 11am and 1pm (last session 12.45). The session takes about 15-20 minutes and I am sure that you will feel really good at the end of that time, with lots of vital energy to enable you to enjoy the rest of your week! A number of therapists come in each month and give their services free. The Vihara kindly allow us to use the hall at no charge so a donation is most welcome as this enables us to give all donations to the Vihara.These sessions are not related to any religion, everyone is welcome.
Chris Edwards ● 2330d0 Comments ● 2330d
I was shocked to see tonight's B.B.C. 6.00 p.m news. Mr Nichols was asked by reporter Martin Bashir regarding the E.U. crisis, "What is the Christian and Biblical response to this crisis."Mr Nichols replied, "It goes back to the very fundamental question posed by God [to Cain after he had murdered his brother Abel] "Are you not your brothers keeper."Genesis 4v9 actually reports that after God had asked Cain, "What have you done with your brother" it was Cain who stated, "I do not know. Am I my brother's keeper." According to the news report Mr Nichols credits God for uttering words that were uttered by the murderous Cain.
Neil Milkins ● 2337d0 Comments ● 2337d
Tabletops for this event which takes place on Saturday 26th November are selling fast. If you're interested in selling to a local audience of over 500 people contact email@example.com and help fund raise for our school
Melinda Shelbourne ● 2343d0 Comments ● 2343d
Our 16-year-old son who is an advanced guitarist is looking to form a band with other like-minded and musically talented teenagers.To help it along we have a live room for rehearsals and a recording studio. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you know of anybody that may be interested.
Ray White ● 2383d0 Comments ● 2383d
I would be extremely grateful everybody could read and sign this petition. https://www.change.org/p/hounslow-council-a-call-for-hounslow-council-to-review-their-discretionary-succession-policyThank you in advance!
Becki Vallis ● 2393d0 Comments ● 2393d
The construction of the Thames Tunnel in Carnwath Road is due to start this year. A Community Liaison Working Group has been set up by the construction company, Tideway, to enable residents most affected by the engineering works to bring their concerns to Tideway and ask for mitigation. The first meeting is on 13 Janaury at Thomas's school 7-9pm.Attending will be nominated representatives of housing groups in the area, but all Sands End and Fulham residents are welcome to attend as spectators, and can request to speak. Please email if you wish to attendand/or if you wish to speak.
Ann Rosenberg ● 2639d1 Comments ● 2394d
A rally for Jeremy Corbyn is being held in Ealing Town Hall on Wednesday 31 August (starting at 7:30pm). Speaking at the event are John McDonnell MP (Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer), Matt Wrack (General Secretary of the FBU), Salman Shaheen (journalist and Labour activist in Brentford & Isleworth), Barbara Ntumy (student activist). It will be chaired by Theresa Byrne, Labour councillor in Ealing.Over 200 people have already registered for the rally. To join them, book at:https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/west-london-for-jeremy-corbyn-tickets-27201204535
Crispin Flintoff ● 2409d0 Comments ● 2409d
Imogen hassall and Kenneth ives, late daughter, was called melanie ives hassall and was 4 days old when she died. May try and contact via agent the above Mr ives, to see if he remembers where the memorial plaque is or where it was
Peter Scott ● 2717d1 Comments ● 2416d
Energy boost?Energy Therapists will be at the London Buddhist Vihara, The Avenue, W4 1UD on Monday, 8th August, between 11am and 1pm (last session 12.45). The session takes about 15-20 minutes and I am sure that you will feel really good at the end of that time, with lots of vital energy to enable you to enjoy the rest of your week! A number of therapists come in each month and give their services free. The Vihara kindly allow us to use the hall at no charge so a donation is most welcome as this enables us to give all donations to the Vihara.These sessions are not related to any religion, everyone is welcome
Chris Edwards ● 2428d0 Comments ● 2428d
The U3A (University of the Third Age) is a unique organisation that provides opportunities for its members which can be life enhancing and life changing. Retired and semi-retired people come together and learn together, not for qualifications but for the sheer joy of discovery! Members share their skills and life experiences: the learners teach, the teachers learn and there is no distinction between them.U3As are independently run by their members for their members. We started in 2004 and our membership is approaching 200.Our interest groups allow everyone the chance to take part in educational, creative and leisure activities.We hold an open meeting on the second Tuesday of the month at St Mary’s Church Hall, 2 Edith Road, W14 9BA. Meetings start at 10.30 with news from the Chair and Group Leaders. The coffee break at 11.00 is normally followed by a speaker at 11.30 and we aim to finish about 12.45.Why not test the water? Visitors (£2.50) get a warm welcome. If you would like to join, the annual membership fee is £20.Contact Details Membership EnquiriesRichard Radmore 020 7381 1676email: email@example.com
Sue Adams ● 2483d0 Comments ● 2483d
I studied chemistry at university and did a postgraduate degree in organic chemistry.The problem with glyphosate is not so much with the herbicide itself as with the use that has been made of it. When used in small quantities is a very effective and safe systemic herbicide. When sold in huge quantities worldwide to farmers who want to spray it all over the place, especially in the US over crops which incorporate a gene to make them resistant to glyphosate, you are de facto selecting for glyphosate-resistant weeds.In addition to this quite predictable problem, there have not been enough tests on the chronic toxicity of glyphosate to all organisms in the environment. When it was used in reasonable quantities this didn't matter, but now that some farmers want to bathe their crops in it, it does...... The shareholders of Monsanto have not complained, of course.There are other herbicides but there is a reason why glyphosate is popular: it is effective. Other methods of weeding will be more labour intensive and less long-lasting.Una-Jane WinfieldSecretary, Friends of Furnivall Gardens
Una-Jane Winfield ● 2492d0 Comments ● 2492d
2 Tone Red release their new video which directly acknowledges the deaf community.The band have released their new video for ‘Not Spoken’, in line with National Deaf Awareness Week.Deaf people and those whose hearing is impaired, can feel the rhythm of music through vibrations, enjoying it as those who can hear do. Although ‘Not Spoken’ is a song about the emotional effects of excessive drinking, its message is uniquely delivered in this video through the medium of BSL (British Sign Language) by signer Jack Flavell. Jack will perform his captivating signing live at the band’s EP launch party at The Notting Hill Arts club on 11th May. ‘Not Spoken’ is the title track from the band’s new EP which is out now.https://youtu.be/mYEg7_KeX34
Stephanie Wescott ● 2520d0 Comments ● 2520d
Hello, I'm taking part on the Spinning Marathon on Saturday 7th of May with Starfish. I was wondering if someone would like to join my team.Qualified instructors are going to lead back to back classes between 7AM to 7PM. You can join me for as many hours as you like. There is no cost for the classes but we will have to raise £50 which will go towards Starfish Projects caring for vulnerable children in South Africa. Let me know if you would like to take part or call Starfish at 0207 597 3797. Thanks so much, I hope you can join me.Judith
Elinor Middleton ● 2528d0 Comments ● 2528d
If anyone has a contact email, phone number or address for Ian Turpin could they please let me know?My email address is firstname.lastname@example.orgThanksGreg Ovens
Gregory Stephen Ovens ● 2534d0 Comments ● 2534d
If you haven't already seen it, please do go to the front page of FulhamSW6.com to read local resident Clare Burnett's thought-provoking report on conditions for refugees in Calais, and share your thoughts on the forum.
Editor ● 2534d0 Comments ● 2534d
dear people of Fulham/Hammersmith, my quest to find the final resting place of the late daughter of the late Imogen Hassall and Kenneth Ives continues, i am now aware that she died in December 1972 aged 4 days old. but mortlake were going to charge me £28 just for a search fee for what is a little project of mine of which i have set up a group on facebook called THE IMOGEN HASSALL PROJECT.If there is anyone who knows or can cast there mind back, wether it was a burial or cremation, i would love to hear.
Peter Scott ● 2692d1 Comments ● 2604d
This Wednesday from 12 until 4 we will have a select few traders at Bishop's Park to pick up any last food request.We will then be back on January 10th from 10 until 2. We wish you all a happy christmas and a successful new year. RMS Markets
Ross Spurrier ● 2657d0 Comments ● 2657d
See here for the best builders and other home improvement services in Fulham
Jake Taylor ● 2664d0 Comments ● 2664d
I would like to thank all Fulham folk who have bought my books 'Old Sands End, Fulham' and 'Old Fulham' and for the very positive feedback I have received.
Francis Czucha ● 2677d0 Comments ● 2677d
Hi all, im moving house at the end of the month from a flat to a house in Fulham and need a good removals company to pack and move me. Reccomendations please
Eva Camacho ● 2692d1 Comments ● 2692d
I was cross enough when I arrived at Fulham Broadway station to find it closed due to staff shortages. But when I finally get to work I read that TfL are employing staff to run the non-existent night tube service at a cost of £1.5mn a month. In other words there is staff for trains that never run but nobody for trains that are running.
Ellen Kearney ● 2698d0 Comments ● 2698d
Dear fellow forum peoples, this is my 2nd post on here(as i am a new member), its kinda linked to my previous post.i am on the hunt for precise info on the late actress Imogen Hassall, whom i believe was a resident on schubert road for a period of time and there wAs a pet shop nearby she used to frequent.also im on the hunt for a memorial plaque which she and her 1st husband Kenneth Ives.Her daughter was born early and only survived a week, and im doing a little project that i first started in 2009/2010, put to bed and just lately...restarted.is there any online versions of local newspapers that can help me search for archive material to help me in my quest.any help would be appreciated
Peter Scott ● 2719d1 Comments ● 2698d
Hi this coming Sunday 8th, the Hammersmith/Fulham branch of The Dowsing Sound Collective will be performing their first West London gig - the last one sold out at the Union Chapel. They cover songs by Goldfrapp, 2 Door Cinema Club, Scissor Sisters and The Communards to name but a few. There will 28 singers and a fab band. Tickets available on the door or via the Bush Hall website. Come along, support live music and live music venues.
claire bradshaw ● 2705d0 Comments ● 2705d
Hello!We're a local estate agents and we're always on the look out for sponsorship opportunities! Art fairs, fun runs, cake sales, Christmas Carols etc - we like to help so please get in touch if you have anything that may need help!Robbie
Robbie Dillon ● 2705d0 Comments ● 2705d
i am led to understand that the late actress IMOGEN HASSALL, who passed away in 1980 from a suspected overdose, had a daughter with Kenneth Ives, the daughter died after 1 week.i am led to understand that they had a plaque for there daughter on a park style bench, does anyone know if there is such a plaque.i believe that her name wAS melanie, tho not 100% sure
Peter Scott ● 2719d0 Comments ● 2719d
Hello to everybody. I recently moved house from Hugon Road to Walham Grove and I want to say a huge thank you to the movers at Best Move. The two chaps who helped me move my two bedroom apartment wasted no time in small talk and got right on the job shortly after they arrived at my door. I had packed all my belongings on my own, but it still takes skill to arrange all the boxes in the best possible way so you'd be able to transport everything in one trip. Jim, one of the movers, showed excellent driving skills as well. In a place like Fulham you can definitely use experienced drivers. So, thanks again!In case you need to move house yourself, check out their website http://www.bestmove.co.uk/man-van/west-london/fulham/
Poppy Davidson ● 3042d3 Comments ● 2753d
The Addison Chamber Choir is looking for for more Tenors and Basses. We rehearse locally on Wednesday evenings - auditions starting tomorrow! More about our friendly choir here: :-) http://www.addison-singers.org.uk/classical-choirs/choir-details
Morna Wheatley ● 2754d0 Comments ● 2754d
Hi, I am writing to tell you of a new hate crime support service for residents of Hammersmith and Fulham.If victims ring 0800 246 1207 we can advise them on reporting, police, dealing with the consequences.Hate crime is pernicious and much more damaging than a run of the mill attack or abuse. This is because it is an attack on the characteristic of the person, which they cannot help, eg race, religion (or absence of), disability, gender, sexual orientation or identity.Don't suffer in silence!
Barbara Karayi ● 2767d0 Comments ● 2767d
I am a new resident and looking for ways to meet other individuals. Any suggestions?
Colleen Bozard ● 2775d1 Comments ● 2770d
Volunteers are needed for a new project in the Hammersmith and Fulham area aimed at making older people more connected in their communities. As a volunteer you would be given the opportunity to make a real difference to someone's life, as well as learning more about the area and becoming more connected yourself. If you have 1-2 free hours a week, do get in touch to find out more about how to get involved. You can either call me at 02073859689 or email email@example.com.
Marianne Mandujano ● 2787d0 Comments ● 2787d
A bag containing black boots, a red top, CDs and socks were found in our front garden. If you think they may belong to you; please contact us at 7 Crabtree lane Tel.no:02073812510 and you can reclaim them.Alison Thomson
Alison Monica Thomson ● 2790d0 Comments ● 2790d
Hi all,I am a reliable and flexible qualified primary school teacher who is looking to earn a wee bit of extra income this summer.I am available from the 17/07/2015 - 01/09/2015 (full six weeks) for tutoring/house sitting over the summer holidays. I am happy to take care of pets and I have some experience in this. Please feel free to contact me to talk firstname.lastname@example.orgMany thanks,Shane
Shane Burns ● 2824d0 Comments ● 2824d
Celebrate Nelson Mandela day with us! Rugby, games, live music and good food... all for a great cause! Supporting Starfish Charity which aids South African children orphaned by AIDS. Event is on 18/07/15, from 10AM to 5PM, at GJ's Wandsworth Sports Bar, 89 Garratt Lane, SW18 4DW. Tickets cost £5, and each ticket includes a hog roast or a veggie burger. Get tickets here: www.starfishcharity.org or here: www.gj-s.com or call: 02075973797.We hope to see you there!STARFISH GREATHEARTS FOUNDATION
Elinor Middleton ● 2825d0 Comments ● 2825d
Art Exhibition in FulhamHollis and Scrivener. Kites and FlowersChairs and Coffee, 512 Fulham Road, Fulham SW6 5NJOpens Saturday 15th August Private view Friday 11 September 6pm to 9pmA quick hello to say myself and artist Vivienne Hollis will be holding an art exhibition in Fulham. The exhibition is free to view. We look forward to meeting you soon. Tony Scrivener & Vivienne Hollis
T SCRIVENER ● 2828d0 Comments ● 2828d