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.
In Roman times, a highway ran all the way from Londinium to Silchester. It cut through a little hamlet called Shepherd’s Bush. Every Friday, Oliver Cromwell would travel along it […]
In 2008, a glass and steel mega retail city was built just behind Shepherds Bush station. When  Westfield Shopping Centre expanded even further in 2018, it became Europe’s largest […]
They say that shepherds did indeed watch over their flock in  Shepherds Bush, as they sheltered under the pruned hawthorn trees on its pastures before then continuing their journey […]