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Have you always wanted to write but are not sure where to start? Have stories that you want to tell on paper but don’t know how? Joy Rhoades’ recent creative writing workshop at Hammersmith Library helped 25 budding writers with … Continue reading
As part of the Summer Reading Challenge, Hammersmith Library bugged out with a creepy crawly craft session. Inspired by our visit from Thelma the real Tarantula, we created our own dinner plate sized spiders, using tissue paper and large amounts of … Continue reading
Uxbridge Road Entrance Arch to the Franco British Exhibition I recently purchased a newly published book entitled ‘Shepherd’s Bush behind the Scenes’ by Hermione Cameron. It’s full of fascinating old photos of Shepherds Bush and has a section on the … Continue reading
To tie in with this year’s Cityread London, Hammersmith Library has been celebrating rebellion through our local musical heritage. Legendary rock venue Hammersmith Odeon (now Apollo) has hosted just about everyone, including such superstars as the Beatles, Neil Young, Bruce … Continue reading
Fulham Town Hall was completed in 1890 and two later extensions were built in 1904 and 1934. It is now listed as Grade II*. In 2011 the Council decided that the few remaining offices in the town hall should be … Continue reading