Monthly Archives: April 2018

James Brokenshire the Latest Housing and Communities Secretary
Monday 30th April 2018

Perhaps an apt name for the latest minister to take up the mantle of, as in the government’s own phrase, ‘Fixing Britain’s Broken Housing Market.’ James has stepped into shoes left vacant as Sajid Javid became Home Secretary. We can only wish him well as he grapples with the problem […]

PLOS: West Side Story
Saturday 28th April 2018

West Side Story, with a book by Arthur Laurents, music by Leonard Bernstein, lyrics by Stephen Sondheim and conception and choreography by Jerome Robbins, is a classic re-telling of Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet. Its backdrop is the ethnic, working-class Upper West Side neighbourhood of New York in the mid-1950s. The […]

What’s on at Putney Arts Theatre

Royal Photographic Society London Region Members’ Exhibition A varied selection of photographs will be on display throughout the month of May. The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde Tuesday 1st – Saturday 5th May 7.45pm (3pm Saturday Matinee), Main Stage The Final Adventure of Frankie Fightwell Performed in front […]

Market Update

Recently I attended the ARLA, Association of Residential Letting Agents annual conference held at Excel, it used to be at other venues in London but it moved there last year because is now the only conference facility large enough. ARLA was formed in 1980 by a core of people determined […]

Hurlingham Club Gardens

Ever wondered what the Hurlingham Club Gardens are Like? May the 19th is your chance to find out. The National Gardens scheme is a charity that Since 1927 has been inviting garden owners to open their exceptional gardens to the public for good causes, giving people unique access to some […]

Get me to the Church on Time!

If you are planning a wedding, or just a social event with that extra special something then a chauffeur driven classic car is the perfect essential item to complete the day. Just near Hampton Court there is an amazing collection of very special historic vehicles, featuring such makes as Rolls […]

New Vegan Classes!

They’ve embarked on a delicious journey down Vegan Avenue and can’t wait to get you all on board! From Pasta and Sushi to a One Week Intensive Course, get ready for it ‘cos your culinary brains are about to explode! 😆 See their irresistible Vegan Class list here… The Avenue […]

Wandsworth Heritage Festival

Wandsworth Heritage Festival 2017 – Remembering Wandsworth’s Industrial History Date: 27 May 2017 – 11 June 2017 Every day Location: Various around Wandsworth Cost: Varies, many events are free. This year’s festival features talks, walks, workshops, and exhibitions celebrating the heritage of our borough. This year the focus is on […]

The Revolution is Here!

If you have not yet had the chance to check out the new bar on the corner of Upper Richmond rd and Putney high street then I suggest you do. The beautiful old 1889 Victorian property that used to be a Wetherspoons has been completely refurbished both inside and out […]

April 2018 Breaking News!
Sunday 08th April 2018

It has only taken nearly 40 years. The 1979 Estate agents Act gave powers for a government to impose licencing of agents, despite lobbying over many years by the professional bodies it is only now that this is being given the attention it deserves. Last Sunday this announcement was made. […]

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