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West London Art School
Monday 04th September 2017

Putney school of Art is a great local center that we have mentioned before. However there is another center that offers a brilliant selection of activities. Art in Action was an annual festival of Art that took place in the grounds of an historic house in Oxfordshire. There were marquees […]

Barnes Film Festival 2017

Barnes film festival is now in its second year and offers an amazing range of activities it features workshops and a Q&A session with Doctor Who and Sherlock creators Steven Moffat and Sue Vertue. Find out all about it at: www.barnesfilmfestival.com

Wimbledon and Putney Commons Open Day

Come and join us for our 22nd annual day of fun and merriment here at the Ranger’s Office! This year’s Open Day will boast some 60 charity, craft and local business stalls for you to browse – from local honey to showcasing rural skills, animal rescues and stalls with gifts […]

What’s on at Putney Arts Theatre

Art Exhibition – Anne-Marie Langley-Hunt 4th of September Exhibition running throughout September. 9 to 5 5th of September Cygnet Players are incredibly excited to be adding this show to our upcoming line-up: Dolly Parton’s hilarious musical comedy, 9 to 5: The Musical, based on the 1980 movie of the same name. […]

Wandsworth Grant Fund

You can now apply for the Wandsworth Grant Fund The sixth round of the Wandsworth Grant Fund is now open for applications. Community and voluntary groups are invited to bid for grants, ranging between £500 and £10,000, for local projects that will benefit the residents of the borough. In this […]

Marble Arch

Marble Arch was designed by the John Nash in 1827 to be the state entrance to the courtyard of Buckingham Palace; it was near the front of the palace, and the famous balcony that the royal family are photographed on at royal occasions. Buckingham Palace was enlarged in 1847 and […]

The Best of Both Worlds at Valentina
Saturday 02nd September 2017

September is the sort of month that tests whether you are a glass half full or glass half empty person. For some of us, it is the month that marks the end of summer holidays (regardless of whether you have a tan to show for it or not) and it […]

Why a crowd in Putney in 1953?

This is a photo taken on 31st March 1953, the clue is that the gathering is opposite Putney Police Station on the Upper Richmond Road. Later demolished and replaced by a block of flats called Percy Laurie House which is also were Putney Resident Daly Thompson’s Gym is now. So […]

Market Update September 2017

It’s been over a year since the infamous Brexit vote that triggered our exit from the EU, and even after a whole year in the Kingdom it still won’t stop dominating our news outlets. It affects many aspects of the beautiful country we all live in and not the least […]

House Buying in Germany

Previously we’ve spoken about the house buying process in the US and with a looming exit from the EU it might be of interest to some ‘how it’s done” on the main land, so today we will look into the house buying process in Germany. We will have a quick […]

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