Hammersmith is West London’s major transport and commercial hub. It’s also home to over 150,000 “villagers”. And on top of that, hundreds of workers travel in daily, and many more […]
It was the chance discovery of a map within the Bradmore Area conservation report that made me realise that the area once known as Bradmore Fields in medieval times, is […]
It may not sound particularly enticing to spend any part of a day hopping from one pedestrian island to another around a busy gyratory. Or the prospect of walking under […]
Two parallel roads that lead from Shepherds Bush to Hammersmith. But each like chalk and cheese. One is residential, with tall trees and large houses. The other, is littered with so many wonderful Grade II buildings. And in the heart of Hammersmith – a history that goes back to the late 17th century.