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Stepping up on stage NEW YEAR, NEW YOU

Stick to those healthy plans

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o, did you make any resolutions on New Year's Eve? The most popular resolutions are, not surprisingly, to lose weight, get fitter and eat more healthily. But before you make too many (possibly unrealistic) promises, read our article, New Year, New You? on pg 27 to find out the best way to succeed. Jenny Eclair is a woman used to success. She's extended her sell-out one-woman show, How To Be A Middle-Aged Woman (Without Going Insane) and her last performance is in February at the Rose Theatre, Kingston. We talked about how she finds it easy to stand up alone on stage and the joys of getting to middle age. Read the interview on pg 16. Last year was a great year for the magazines, so thank you to all the lovely people who wrote in to tell me how much they enjoy reading it. The magazines not only have brilliant local articles, but are a great way to find the best businesses in the area, too. Do keep supporting your local shops and trades - they can't survive without us and part of the area's charm is our great number of independent shops. Have a great 2018! Pippa, Editor

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Homes & Interiors: Fabulous fireplaces Gardening: New trends The Interview: Jenny Eclair steps up on stage A Day In The Life Of... Hen Corner Local Talk Restaurant review: La Plata Health: New year, new you? Family: Growing up in a digital world What's On


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It’s time to put another log on the fire, get cosy and snuggle up until winter is over. Our ideas will help ensure your fireplace looks as good as it makes you feel, says Katherine Sorrell FIRESIDE DÉCOR • The fireplace wall is often the focal point of the room. Make it a feature wall, using either striking wallpaper or a paint colour that contrasts, but also complements, the colours in the rest of the room. • Fireplace accessories can be quite distinctive and are usually on display, so choose pieces that co-ordinate with your room. • Above the fireplace, add either a work of art or a mirror that is proportionate to the space. A mirror is very useful for reflecting light around the room. • Think about what is displayed on your mantelpiece. Photographs, candles, small ornaments and vases of flowers, collections…anything goes provided it fits. A formal, symmetrical arrangement is easy to achieve and suits a traditional room, or else something more freeform can be eye-catching and intriguing. • Not using your fireplace? It can still be a great feature. Stack logs within it, prop up a framed picture, display a large ornament such as a shell, a piece of coral or antlers, set up a group of candles, or simply use the space for a display of flowers in a simple vase.

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Review Of The Year 1. Along with a portrait of Jane Austen, the new Bank of England ten pound note features a foil image of which cathedral? 2. Beginning with the letters "I" and "M", what were the names of the two category five hurricanes of the 2017 Atlantic hurricane season? 3. 14 years after being voted first in a 2003 book called Crap Towns: The 50 Worst Places To Live In The UK, which city was the UK City of Culture for 2017? 4. An international football match in October saw three players with what first name playing for England despite no one of that name playing for them anytime from 1955 to 2014? 5. First used in the 14th century and used by Kim Jong-un in September to describe Donald Trump, what six-letter word is defined by the Oxford English Dictionary as "an old person, especially one who has become weak or senile"? 6. Of the three acts to headline the Pyramid Stage at the 2017 Glastonbury Festival, name the only one not to have won a Brit award. 7. Which city hosted the 2017 Invictus Games? 8. Name the two parties who won more seats in the 2017 general election than they did in 2015, but with fewer votes overall. 9. In April, which boxer became WBA World Heavyweight Champion after beating Ukraine's Wladimir Klitschko at Wembley Stadium? 10. Who said in July that she was "moved and honoured" after councillors unanimously agreed to make her Manchester's first honorary citizen? 14

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What's new in the garden...


Trends in the US often find their way over to this side of the pond

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recent report by the American Garden Media Group has some interesting findings, not least that gardeners see ‘healthy as the new wealthy’. One of the big surprises is that gardening in the US has become extremely popular with a younger generation - the 18-30 age group – or the 'Millennials'. But what these young American newbies are looking for in a garden is perhaps not quite so surprising. Their idea of a good garden is to have big and bold plants and the more colourful the better. On close inspection, the list of their most popular plants includes those that grow very fast, some up to three feet in a year. Now, why does that strike fear in my heart? Dear reader, think of leylandii hedges… They are also turning to plants that attract birds, as well as adding in bird and bat houses into the garden. This is certainly no bad thing, as we should all be concentrating on attracting more wildlife into our gardens. But they reckon this goes hand in hand with the need to have tidier gardens - surely a contradiction? Having a too-tidy garden means there are no safe hidey-holes beneficial to insects. What is good news is that the trend of trimming trees and shrubs into neat little balls appears to be abating – thank goodness for this, and I hope this is one that catches on here, too! And it seems that those Americans who don’t have a garden to plant vegetables are growing them indoors instead, with Millennials in particular harnessing technology to make their indoor gardening more successful - using growing lights and hydroponics to produce clean, fresh food to pick and plate through every season. Here in the UK, we may have the odd pot of parsley or mint on the kitchen windowsill, but how many of us use that space for vitamin-packed micro-greens?

'We should all be concentrating on attracting more wildlife into our gardens...' If the overarching message of this trends report is to Get Back to Nature, forest bathing (a 1980s Japanese fitness therapy called ShinrinYoku) appears to be very well established in the US. And before you start wondering if your back garden is big enough for this activity, forest bathers go to the nearest park, leaving their phone, camera and other distractions behind them, to find a comfy seat in the middle of nowhere. They then have to sit and listen to the sounds around them and, if they happen to be in the company of good friends, there’s to be no talking until they get home. Wonder if that one will catch on here? Valerie McBride-Munro is a chartered horticulturist offering a plant problemsolving service. Tel: 020 8892 9243

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JENNY ECLAIR Jenny Eclair is feeling a mixture of excitement and sadness as she finishes her hugely successful tour of How To Be A Middle Aged Woman (Without Going Insane). She talks to Pippa Duncan about life on stage


last interviewed Jenny Eclair when she was rehearsing her role as Fairy Godmother in the panto, Cinderella, at Richmond Theatre. I know from experience that she talks at the speed of lightning and, true to form, she’s off from the minute we say hello and only pauses momentarily when she suddenly realises she’s got her top on inside out. ’Ah, panto. That was great fun, but totally gruelling. You do up to three shows a day and you can’t believe the level of tiredness. Really, the next level is death.’ Jenny is preparing for the final three dates of her stand-up show, How To Be A Middle Aged Woman (Without Going Insane), the last one being at the Rose Theatre, Kingston in February. The 100-date tour – in which she talks about the ups and downs of middle age and how to deal with what life throws at you without becoming a complete 50-something basket case - has been incredibly successful. She says it’s because, rather than sharing a stage and saying lines, she much prefers working alone: ‘Stand up is really my thing. I’m much better working by myself, with my words on my own show.’ That doesn’t mean she isn’t always prepared to try something new. She’s done everything from I’m A Celebrity…


Get Me Out of Here to presenting on This Morning and Loose Women and has even dived off a board into cool waters in the TV series, Splash. She’s also written a number of novels – ‘The last one’s completely stalled though’ – and, of course, she is well known for her Grumpy Old Women stage shows. But her favourite is stand up. What makes her get up alone on stage and keep talking for two hours? ‘Arrogance. I just feel like this is what I do, what I’m good at. That is until somebody tells me I’m not, then I’ll go away and crawl under the sofa. But I crave the audience’s reaction. ‘When I start a show, I’ll play at places like the Headliners Comedy Club at the George IV pub in Chiswick to finetune it – small venue, comedy-friendly audience and they’ve only paid a fiver to see me. Then I’ll work my way up to bigger audiences. I’m sure there are people who witnessed the early shows of How To Be…and can’t believe it survived.' Having got to the age of 57 and been stepping up on stage for decades, she knows what works and what doesn’t. ‘I’ve learned I can be the wrong act in front of the wrong audience - and standing up as the after-dinner speaker at a corporate event with 600 men

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'I just feel like this is what I do, what I’m good at. That is until somebody tells me I’m not...'

doesn’t work. A female audience who get what I’m saying, yes, but not a bunch of men who don’t. It’s taken me a long time to admit that.’ Middle age isn’t treating her too badly, she thinks: ‘I don’t get hot flushes because I’m on HRT, but I get a lot of rage. I can get angry at anything. But it’s also given me a lot a of empathy – no woman gets to this age without going through hard times.’ So what does 2018 hold? ‘Well, I wouldn’t mind a sit down job. You know, one of those quiz shows where they give you all the answers into your earpiece. But as that’s not going to happen, I’ll be doing a new Grumpy Old Women show.’ I can’t wait. Jenny Eclair is at the Rose Theatre, Kingston on 1 February.

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a day in the life of... Sara Ward

Sara Ward has been running her ‘country’ dwelling - Hen Corner in Brentford for more than 10 years. As well as raising hens, she has a weekly micro bakery, keeps bees and offers foodie courses on everything from preserving to fruit wines

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and, even though the pure breeds stop laying estled among the tower blocks of between October and February, we still Brentford is a beautiful little square have plenty. We’ve got fluffy Pekin Bantams, and in a corner plot, sits Hen Corner. Majestic Orpingtons and Light Sussexes as Home to Sara Ward and her family, but also to well as hybrids, all laying different sizes and 19 hens, one cat, two bee hives, 12 fruit trees colours. plus a grape vine and numerous fruit bushes. ‘We let them roam about during the day and As we sit in Sara’s lovely conservatory, although we do get foxes, we’ve only ever lost which also doubles as her demo space for her three. We have two coops and each hen has courses, we’re watching the hens peck around a preferred spot in her coop. As they can’t see in the dirt while her cat walks nonchalantly in the dark they tend to past, ignoring make their way back as them. 'From the first couple of chickens, the daylight fades.’ Hens ‘Years ago I was Sara's corner plot developed can bully each other, really keen to be so Sara makes sure the self-sufficient, but into something bigger...' younger ones are in quickly realised a together. few tomatoes and From the first couple of chickens, Sara’s strawberries weren’t going to feed a family, so decided on one self-sufficient meal a week. We corner plot developed into something bigger. She grew vegetables and planted fruit trees needed protein and obviously couldn’t fit in a and a grape vine, which produces enough cow or pig, so we got Pepsi and Shirley – our grapes to make dessert wine. Then there first two hens. followed a couple of bee hives. ‘I let the hens out of the coop in the morning ‘One Christmas I made chutney to give as and collect the eggs. They lay an egg a day Please mention Living In Magazines when contacting advertisers 19 Find more articles about great local people at

local talk... barnes

• Barnes Literary Society

BLS starts off the new year with playwright and author, Gillian Slovo, talking about how research for her play about the 2011 riots, The Riots, inspired her subsequent thriller, 10 Days. In February, novelist, film maker and producer, James Runcie discusses his recently televised Grantchester novels in After Good and Evil: The Grantchester Mysteries. For more information on joining the Literary Society visit:

east sheen • St Paul’s view is safe Thanks to huge efforts by the Friends of Richmond Park, the historic and protected view of St Paul’s Cathedral from King Henry’s Mound in the park has been safeguarded for the future. Plans had started to build a 42-storey skyscraper in Stratford that would have obscured the famous vista. After the FRP campaign, the skyscraper height has been halved to around only 20 storeys. Hooray for the local voice being heard!


•Reminiscence Group Changes are coming to Mortlake with the development of the old brewery. But do you remember what Mortlake was like in the 1960s-70s? Do you remember Wainright & Waring did you go to Mortlake Green school, or work at what was then Watneys brewery? If you love looking back at the past, the Mortlake Community Association runs a Reminiscence Group. The group exchanges memories of the local area over a cup of tea and biscuits. It also has links with the Barnes and Mortlake History Society, who bring along archive photographs, old maps, newspaper cuttings, original historic documents and artefacts. The Reminiscence Group is a very friendly and relaxed group. If you come along you may make new friends, or you may even meet someone from your school days that you have not seen for years! There is no charge, no official membership and no obligation to attend every month. Next date: Thursday 18 January, 1.30 – 3.00pm St Mary’s Rooms, St Mary’s Church, Mortlake

putney • Join a choir! If you love singing, why not join the local Putney Dover House Singers? The singers are a non-auditioned choir of about 30, led by conductor Carl Speck. Singing styles include classical, folk, world and popular music. No requirement to be able to read music, just a love for singing with others. If you are interested in joining, simply turn up at a rehearsal (no charge for the first time). Every Wednesday, during term times. Cost: £5 per rehearsal


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'I did a big bake and posted it on Facebook and 30 people turned up...' Christmas presents and people wanted more, so asked me to sell them.’ The micro bakery started almost by accident: ‘I did a big bake with a friend and because we had a lot of bread spare, plus some chutneys, eggs and jam, we posted it on Facebook to family and friends. Thirty people turned up and we made £380!’ People then wanted bread every week, so they now bake to order and any spares are posted on Facebook. ‘If there are any left, I take them round to the local pub to sell!’ She started blogging on her website ( about her days of growing, cooking and sharing and now has a dedicated following on social media.

Her courses on how to keep chickens and bees, bake bread or make preserves and homemade wine, are popular with both adults and children. Amazingly, Sara has only been running Hen Corner full time for the last three years. ‘I have to pinch myself that people want to join my day. I live a country life in a suburban London garden and I just love sharing that.’ Pippa Duncan

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Wedding Fair Sunday, 4 February An essential date in the diary for brides and groomsto-be seeking inspiration for their perfect day, the Landmark Spring Wedding Fair brings together a handpicked selection of the area’s finest wedding experts. The Fair features more than 50 creative and desirable wedding suppliers, all at hand to share their expertise and advice on how to make your big day unique both for you and your guests.  Visitors will be treated to two fashion shows - at 12pm and 2pm featuring stunning bridal gowns, the latest in bridesmaid fashion and sharp suits for the stylish groom.


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restaurant review

LA PLATA Simple, well cooked steaks, with lots of flavour


e're not short of places to have a steak locally – most restaurants have it on the menu – and the likes of Roxi Steak and Pope's Eye in Putney offer it as the main attraction. But for East Sheen locals, a little of Argentina has opened its doors. While the décor is minimal – plain walls and shelves of wine – it works well in the compact space, with most tables running down one side and benches against the wall. On the Saturday night we arrived the tables were already full at 8pm and the lively, effusive atmosphere made it feel like we were in on a private party. Despite being busy, the service was immediately attentive, with our waiter recommending which starters would be a good mix between the four of us. We went for spinach empanadas, chorizo al Malbec (both £5.95) and king prawns (£7.95). The chorizo was spicy, but balanced by the sweetness of the accompanying caramalised onions. The pan-fried prawns were perfect, with just the right amount of garlic and lemon, ie, lots. The beautifully crisp pastry of the empanadas enveloped the warm, creamy spinach. So delicious we ordered another round, which came quickly. The choice of steaks is what you would expect – rump, sirloin, ribeye and fillet - and you can choose one of four sizes, from a light 220g (£15.25 for rump) to a mega eat-the-

'Of course, there are other dishes for those who don't want to eat cow... but then why come to an Argentinian steak house?' whole-cow 500g of beef (£34.25 for sirloin). If you can’t make your mind up, you can go for the Argentine Experience (£45.25 for two) – a mix of all of them, plus a couple of side dishes. The four of us had sirloin and rump we were all in raptures over the flavour and tenderness of the meat. I’ve had a lot of steaks in a lot of restaurants, and this really was mouthwateringly good. Although I haven’t tried it, they do a £10 rump and chips lunch menu. Of course, there are other dishes for those who don’t want to eat cow – chicken, pork, pasta – but then why come to an Argentinian steak house? The only disappointment was not being asked whether we would like a dessert. This may have been because it had been some hours, a few G&Ts and a couple of bottles of wine since we arrived and they just wanted us to go, but we did eventually manage to order one to share. The truth is I can’t actually remember what it was. It's gone. You’ll just have to find out for yourself. Pippa Duncan 109 Sheen Lane, SW14 8AE 020 8876 7747

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New Year , NEW YOU?

It's the new year and time to look ahead to what you'd like to achieve in 2018. Here's how to keep your resolutions simple to give yourself the best chance of success


here are no prizes for guessing that, in a recent YouGov survey, the top three New Year’s resolutions are to:

• Lose weight • Get fitter • Eat more healthily Or that the same survey showed that 32% of people had broken their resolutions within a month – and a flaky 3% of those within the first day! So, what is the best way to achieve your goals and hopes for 2018? Don’t get stuck on a date Didn’t start on 1 January, so think you’ve missed the boat? You haven’t. You can choose to start making the changes you want on any day of the week. Plan ahead As with most things in life, planning ahead increases your chances of success. If you’re making a change, such as fitting in exercise three times a week, or eating healthier meals, you need to look at your schedule to work out which days to exercise and when. Or, before

'As with most things in life, planning ahead increases your chances of success...' going shopping, look up some healthy recipes so you know what you need to buy before going to the supermarket. Just the one Rather than making lots of promises that are going to be hard to keep, choose one aspect of your life that you would really like to improve, and stick to it. If that is to eat more healthily, then you’ll find that the other things, such as getting fitter and losing weight, will naturally follow. Break it down A long-term goal is great, but to be achievable it’s good to break it down into smaller, manageable goals. So, if you want to get fit, don’t start off by promising yourself to get down to the gym five times a week. Start by walking for at least 20 minutes three times a week. You can then

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build this up until you feel fit enough to try something even more active, like going to the gym. However, if walking works well for you, it's fine to stick with that. If you're worried about your health or how to get fit, always talk to your GP first. Have a routine If you stick to a routine, particularly when setting aside time to get more fit, you are so much more likely to succeed. Set aside time each week that is ‘just for you’ - a chance to improve your life and help you to get to where you want to be. Do it differently Tried and failed a few times before? As the above statistics show, almost a third of people had broken their resolution within a month. But that means two thirds didn’t! What did they do to make them more successful – and what did you do that made you give up? How can you change it this time? Think about at what point you started to waver and how you can avoid it. Shout about it! You are more likely to want to succeed and avoid failure if you tell your friends and family about it. You’ll get more support and be less likely to give up. Allow treats It’s often easier to stick to a resolution if you factor in the odd treat and a little bit of flexibility. Allow yourself a Friday night small 28

bar of chocolate and enjoy – but don’t buy a big bar and think you’ll stop after a couple of pieces. It just won’t happen. And if it’s pouring with rain on your designated walking day, see if you can fit it in on another day - even if it is shorter, you will feel so much better for having done something rather than nothing. Try, try again Slipping up on a Saturday night with a few glasses of wine when you’d promised yourself not to drink for the whole of January or having a slice of cake when you’d sworn off sugar until Easter, does not mean you’ve completely failed (and therefore may as well go back to your old ways). Accept that you caved in and move on. And try and avoid situations which might make you weaken again. It’s not a punishment! When it gets tough (and it will), remember that you are trying to improve your life, not punish yourself. When you feel you are wavering, remind yourself of why you started in the first place. To lose weight so that you can go to that wedding and feel fabulous? To get fit so you can do that 5k with your friends (and possibly, maybe one day, actually do a marathon)? To eat well so that you are setting an example to your children and so that they lead a healthier lifestyle, too? Go on, you can do it!

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Marta Beauty Richmond is going from strength to strength


hen Marta Beauty Richmond opened its doors in 2016, the owner, Marta Szreder, could not have imagined the level of growth and expansion the business would go through. With a Treatwell 5-starrating award and hundreds of outstanding reviews, the salon quickly went from a database of 170 clients to a staggering 589. With the start of a new year, Marta remains as enthusiastic and ambitious as she was when she opened her salon. Marta says, ‘Our salon offers revolutionary treatments such as microdermabrasion, microneedling and microneedle fraction mesotherapy which work to tighten the skin and stimulate collagen. These specialist treatments can also be applied to problem skin, acne and scarring. With a high level of effectiveness and minimal invasiveness we are seeing a significant volume of demand for these treatments. ‘We continue to provide a diverse range of traditional facials, whilst taking care to listen to our customers and meet all their needs, particularly in the clinically advanced world of skincare aesthetics.’ Due to the salon’s success and expansion, Marta has now forged links with many local businesses, such as Lucy St John Bridal, joining forces to bring together beauty packages

for any occasion, offering skincare and make overs to her clients. These have proved hugely successful and can range from traditional bridal preparation to glamorous events, such as Ladies Day at Ascot. Marta explains: ‘With royal wedding fever about to grip the nation, we offer a one-to-one consultation for bridal skincare preparation, and will finely tune every detail of skin tone, eye colour and hair type to ensure every bride looks their most beautiful, on what is one of the most important days of a woman’s life. It’s always thrilling to be part of someone’s big day and we’re keen to make more associations in the bridal industry.’ From occasion packages to Marta’s expertise in offering medical pedicures to treat a wide variety of problems, such as ingrowing toe nails, every single treatment is delivered with the utmost professionalism. Marta says, ‘I am so impressed with the local community spirit and totally embrace it. Being positioned in the heart of East Sheen is so rewarding and I cannot imagine a better location. We have forged many close relationships with our clients and other businesses. The growth and expansion of my salon is wholly dependent on my wonderful clients. Come along and share our success!’ Marta Beauty Richmond 151 Sheen Lane, London, SW14 8LR Call 07712112781 For our latest offers, follow us on: Instagram: Facebook:

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FiSH is a neighbourhood care organisation, providing assistance and support to those Mondays living in East Sheen, Mortlake and Barnes

1.15 - 2.30pm

FiSH Tuesday Talks, 11am (coffee from 10.30am): 9 Jan

Toys through the ages - Vicky McGrath Tuesdays

16 Jan Food, glorious food - Lisa Wilson 23 Jan The Mulberry Centre - Afia Bhatti 30 Jan Honey bees - Shaun Lamplough 6 Feb

A good night's sleep - Dr Claire Pond

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Mortlake Community Association Activities and courses for everyone! Monday What's On in Mortlake 1.15-2.30pm: Gentle exercise Tuesday Gentle Exercise. Mortlake Hall, 30 Mullins Path, SW14 8EZ 12-1.30pm: Come & sing! 2-4pm: Computer club Come and sing! St. Mary’s Rooms, Parish Church, SW14 8JA

Wednesday 2.00 - 4.00pm 10-11.30pm: Gardening group Computer Club, St. Mary’s Rooms, Parish Church SW14 8JA (1st & 3rd Weds of the month) 12.30-2.30pm: Positive living Wednesdays 10.30 – 11.30pm Gardening Group. 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month Thursday Community Garden, Alder Road, Mortlake

13 Feb Where are they now - landmarks? - Robert Woolf

10.30-11.30am: Yoga 20 Feb English teacher in rural Kenya - Jennifer Sturdy 12.30 - 2.30pm 1.00-3pm: Healthy cooking lunch club Positive Living. The Old Bakery, 67b Lower Mortlake Road, Mortlake 27 Feb Being old in Victorian Richmond - Simon Fowler Thursdays Friday FiSH Bridge: FiSH Bridge is open to anyone who – 11.30am 1-3pm: MIND drop-in plays Bridge but is unable to attend a regular10.30 Bridge Yoga, St. Mary’s Rooms, Parish Church, SW14 8JA 2-4pm: Drawing group group due to loss of mobility, sight or memory. 6.30-8.30pm: Club for Years 4-7 12.30 – 2.30pm Drawing Group.Youth Free Taster Session The sessions run from 2:00pm-4:45pm on alternate The Old Bakery 67b Lower Mortlake Road, Mortlake Thursday afternoons held at various venues - visit 1.30 – 3.00pm Activities Reminiscence Group. 3rd Thursday of the month Barnes Green Centre, SW13 9HE St. Mary’s Rooms, Parish Church, SW14 8JA for Tel: 020 8876 3335 more details or call Robert: 020 8487 5500 Fridays 34

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MIND Drop-in. The Old Bakery, 67b Lower Mortlake Road, Mortlake

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Youth Club for Years 4, 5, 6 & 7 Power Station, 121a Mortlake High

Wild About Richmond & Kew Local photographer, Andrew Wilson, has produced a wonderful book looking at the beautiful area that is Richmond and Kew


he photographic skills of Andrew Wilson and his ability to capture the essence of urban village life are evident in his latest book, Wild About Richmond & Kew, the new offering in his successful ‘Wild About …’ series featuring different pockets of West London. Andrew has spent over a year recording the best loved and most evocative landmarks of Richmond and Kew, including images of Richmond Hill, with a view so revered as to be protected by an act of parliament; events such as The Richmond Fair and Kew Midsummer Fete, plus all the parks and gardens including Kew Gardens and Richmond Park. An introduction by local historian, Caroline MacMillan, sets the historical background and suggested walking trails through areas of interest are included. TV presenter and local resident, Bamber Gascoigne, has written the

foreword, extolling the virtues of the area. The book costs £23.99 and is available in Richmond at Waterstones, WHSmith and the Open Book, or can be bought directly from


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Alan Greenwood & Sons Independent Family Funeral Directors Caring and Compassionate Service 24 hours 365 days Latest Jaguar or Mercedes Funeral Vehicles Golden Charter Pre-paid Funeral Plans Home Visit Arrangements We will not be beaten on price

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Ballroom dancing comes to Barnes! If you are lamenting the loss of Strictly, then this new dance class is for you Paul Parsons is a highly respected dance teacher, with over 30 years’ experience teaching adults an extensive range of ballroom styles across all levels of ability. Having gained professional qualifications with three of the world’s leading dance organisations, along with ongoing training from world ballroom champion, Lynette Boyce, and Argentine Tango maestro, Eduardo Bozzo, Paul has the expertise to offer a blend of patient, friendly, knowledgeable and tailored tuition. For further information, please contact Paul Parsons: 07805 571 590 or email:

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Peregrines Pre-Preparatory Boys and Girls aged 3 - 8

11 Woodborough Road Putney SW15 6PY

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Growing up in a digital world


Like it or loathe it, we’re living in a digital age, and many young children and pre-teens have learned to swipe, scroll and select long before they’ve mastered riding a bike


t’s not unusual to see even very young children playing on their parent’s tablet, scrolling through a phone and being media savvy when it comes to Instagram or Snapchat. But how can you keep them safe as well as guiding them to more appropriate apps? Social media Cyberbullying is when a child is bullied through social media, games or mobiles. This tends to be an issue for older children, but by being aware of what your child is doing online from a young age you will better protect your child in the future. Talk together about what you’re happy for them to see and not see and the importance of not giving out personal details such as their age, address, school or phone number. Look together at sites or apps you are happy for them to be on and agree that they will stick to the ones you’ve discussed. Chat daily about what they’re doing online – you’ll soon notice if they become evasive or withdrawn. If they have their own social media account, set boundaries. For example, you may decide that they can only have an account if you’re their ‘friend’, with the understanding that you won’t post photos of them or publicly embarrass them online. Screen time If you’re worried that your child is spending too much time staring at a tablet or smartphone, you could agree a daily time allowance. Most devices come with parental controls that you can activate. Alternatively, you can download software such as Qustodio ( to restrict usage and block

inappropriate content. Some flexibility on time limits might be needed - when your child has homework, for instance. Apps such as Habyts ( allow you to offer extra screen time as a reward for chores and good behaviour. Online fun There are some educational sites and apps, which are fun, too: Scratch helps your child learn basic coding. Users can create simple games, animations and stories. ( Cbeebies has a huge number of online games, puzzles and other activities. The Alphablocks School Words Quiz, for example, helps preschoolers and reception-aged children learn to recognise simple words. ( Comics in the Classroom are a range of digital comics that teach children about history. They support Key Stage 3 and are interactive – children have to identify correct answers to unlock more pages. (comicsintheclassroom. Kate Duggan

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Independent Senior Day School Boys 11–18 years Girls 16 –18 years

VISITOR MORNINGS 2018 Thursday 1st March 9.30am and 11.30am Tuesday 6th March 9.30am Thursday 3rd May 9.30am and 11.30am To register please contact Fran Clatworthy on 01932 223593 or book online at:

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Barnes/Mortlake Barnes Primary 020 8876 7358 Lowther Primary 020 8748 3984 St Mary Magdalen’s Catholic 020 8876 6679 St Osmund’s Catholic 020 8748 3582 East Sheen East Sheen Primary 020 8876 7484 Sheen Mount 020 8876 8394 Putney All Saints C of E 020 87885196 Hotham Primary 020 87886468 Oasis Academy 020 7884 6000 Our Ladies of Victories Catholic Primary 020 87885196 St Mary's C of E 020 87889591

020 8748 7574 020 8788 3252 0844 477 3782 020 8876 1033 020 8876 4086/8876 3901 020 8940 2802 020 8748 1065 020 8546 7711 020 8487 6000

clubs, groups & societies Barnes Community Association 020 8878 2359 Barnes Literary Society 020 8876 3817 Barnes & Mortlake History Society 020 8878 3756 Barnes Music Society 020 8876 1563 Barnes WI FiSH Neighbourhood Care Scheme (For help and to volunteer) 020 8876 3414 Friends of Barnes Common 020 8392 2566 Friends of Palewell Common 07771 970017 Friends of Richmond Park 020 8549 8975 Mortlake with East Sheen Society 020 8876 7744 Mortlake Community Association 020 8487 5500 Neighbourhood Watch 020 8247 5807 OSO Community Arts Centre 020 8876 9885 Putney Music Putney Bridge Club 020 8892 9429 Putney Scouts Putney Society Putney Theatre Company 07900 216 197 Richmond Orchestra 020 8876 4728

sports clubs & activities 144 (Richmond) Squadron Air Cadets Barn Elms Sports Centre Barnes Sports Club Barnes Runners Pools on the Park Putney Leisure Centre Rocks Lane Tennis & Football Ctr Sheen Common Bowling Club Shene Sports & Fitness Centre Sheen Shufflers

020 8940 2223 020 8876 7685 020 8876 1270 020 8241 6574 020 8940 0561 020 8785 0388 020 8876 8330 020 8878 6279 020 3772 2999 020 8876 6819

council Richmond Council Wandsworth Council Crimestoppers


08456 122 660 020 8871 6000 0800 555 111

Secondary Schools ARK Putney Academy Christ’s Grey Court Richmond Park Academy

020 878 83421 020 8940 6982 020 8948 1173 020 8876 8891

local police Barnes Police Station Richmond Police Station (8am-8pm) Putney Safer Neighbourhood Teams East Sheen Mortlake & Barnes Barnes Putney

020 8392 1212 101 101 07879 433 391 020 8721 2007 07768 178 731 0208 247 7860

libraries Castelnau Mon, Tues, Fri 9.30am-6pm, Weds 10am7pm; Thurs & Sun closed. Tel: 020 8734 3350 East Sheen Mon, Tues, Thurs & Fri 9.30am-6pm; Weds 10am-7pm; Sat 9.30am-4pm, Sun 1-5pm. Tel: 020 8734 3337 Putney Mon, Weds, Thurs 9am-8pm, Tues closed, Fri 9am-2pm, Sat 9am-5pm, Sun 1pm-5pm. Tel: 020 8871 7090

recycling Richmond Borough (Townmead Rd) Opening Times Mon 10am - 6pm; Tues-Sat 8am - 6pm; Sun & Bank Hols: 9am - 4pm. Closed: 25, 26 Dec, 1 Jan. Richmond residents only. Last admission 15m before closing time. Wandsworth Borough (Smugglers Way) Mon-Fri 9am - 4pm; Sat 8am - 6pm; Sun 8am - 5pm If you have a club, society or association that you would like listed here please email me the details at:

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Index of Local Businesses Appliances Coopers Artificial Grass Easigrass Audio Visual Lasyl Ballroom Dance Paul Parsons Beauty Kate Anderson Spa Beds Westend Beds Builders/Extensions DPS Care in the Home Helping Hands Carpet Cleaner Right Clean Carpenter Dave Casswell Yellow Chisel Car Services Colin Ferns - Mercedes Catering Katie’s Kitchen Computer Services Computer Trading Curtains & Blinds Curtain Call Dental Hygienist Glowing Smiles Drama Classes Stage Coach Dry Cleaner Hamlyns Humberts

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Martial Arts Pee Wee/Funakoshi Massage & Rehabilitation Massage & Rehabiliation Clinic Opticians Blink Optics Oven Cleaning Allbrite Plumbing & Heating Mortlake Plumbing & Heating Property Maintenance Zest Property Services


Schools Falcons School for Girls Halliford Hampton Peregrines Pre-Prep Solicitors D & G Family Law Stationers Just Write


Volvo Showroom MKG3000

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48 18 18

Fireplaces Chiswick Fireplace Funeral Directors Alan Greenwood


Gardening Auntie Planty


Heating Engineer David Harris Hospital (private) New Victoria Hypnotherapy Westfield Practice

Insurance Shene Insurance Interior Designer Crystabel Stirling


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Wedding Fair Landmark Arts Centre Weight Loss Cambridge Diet Plan Windows Ayrton Bespoke Pro-Fit Windows

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what's on LOCALLY Katrina of Katrina & The Waves 3 February

Who can resist dancing when they hear Walking On Sunshine - the biggest hit for popular 1980s band, Katrina & The Waves? The band’s fame saw them constantly touring with renowned artists such as Wham, The Beach Boys, Chaka Khan and Fleetwood Mac and racking up a string of no less catchy hit tunes. Katrina went solo after the band split up and her first compilation album, The Very Best of Katrina, was released last year. Half Moon, Putney. Tickets £10 adv, £12 door.


20-24 February

A rip-roaring comedy by popular American playwright, Neil Simon, Rumours is the tale of four couples arriving at a country house for their friends’ 10th wedding anniversary party. But when the first couple arrive, their host - a leading government minister – is found bleeding from a gunshot wound. Desperate to avoid scandal, his lawyer tries to get the ‘story’ straight before the other guests arrive, resulting in cover ups, mistaken identity, confusion and classic, farcical hilarity. Putney Arts Theatre, Putney. Tickets £14. 46

Things I Know To Be True

11 Jan - 3 Feb Touching, funny and bold, Things I Know To Be True tells the story of a family and marriage through the eyes of four siblings who are ready to fly the nest but are struggling to define themselves beyond their parents’ love and expectations. Performed by the renowned Australian Frantic Assembly and State Theatre company. Lyric Theatre, varying times. Tickets from £15.

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