Hammersmith

Boiler Doctor 247 is Hammersmith’s leading plumbing and heating company.

We offer a fast, affordable and reliable service covering all 21 areas and postcodes.

We have a great team of local gas-safe registered engineers ready to react to all your plumbing needs whether it be a boiler breakdown or emergency plumbing or just a leaking tap, we are here to help and one of our experts will be at your desired location within 2 hours.

From all the experience we’ve had so far, we can ensure you that fixing heating or plumbing issues can be done in a short period of time, as long as you give us a call so we can help.

In all of the cases, we try to repair or replace if necessary within the first 24 hours of the call.

This might be a bold statement or not, but we believe in our services and we know we are the best heating suppliers in London and a vast UK network which allows us to have the right connections.

We have a team of engineers with over 30 years of experience in the plumbing and heating industry and we really enjoy working in the Hammersmith’s location.

Not only we have a lot of experience, our engineers also poses a NVQ level 3 qualification and they are thames water approved along with water regulations approved so you can be sure we can cover all your needs.

So why do we love working in Hammersmith so much?

Hammersmith is a beautiful place to visit; it has everything you need and some.

You can find absolutely everything in the area.

There are shopping areas, food everywhere you look and go (you will probably find all world cuisine, so if you are a foodie it is one of the best places to hang out), and accommodations.

Hammersmith Bridge

Hammersmith Bridge crosses the River Thames in West London.

You can either cross from the southern part of Hammersmith into London Borough of Hammersmith by car or you can go for a walk, it depends on what you are looking for.

You can also go to a lovely little pub along the Thames, pass beautiful houses and traditional English pubs.

You can end your walk at the Fuller’s Brewery where you can get a tour.

The Fuller’s Brewery it is the last of London’s remaining family brewery.

The construction of the Hammersmith Bridge started on 1824, and it opened on June 11, 1887.

It has a total length of 213 m.

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The Dove, Hammersmith

The Dove is a public house on the 19 Upper Mall, and it exists from the 18th century.

Besides the historic River Thames, some historical figures have been associated with The Dove; people say that James Thomson the Scottish poet, may have written the words for the song Rule Britannia!, a british patriotic song.

It is now a lovely old-fashioned historical English pub right on the River bank and the promenade.

On the back of the pub, there is a terrace where you can eat, drink and socialise.

The bonus point is that the terrace has a perfect view of the river and the Hammersmith Bridge.

It is recommended to make reservations before stopping there, the place is usually full, especially during spring and summer.

Another good side is that the pub is only a short 15 minutes walk from the train station.

The Dove it is a must see for everyone who is visiting the capital of England.

19 Upper Mall, London W6 9TA

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Lyric Theatre

The Lyric Theatre it is also known as the Lyric Hammersmith. You can find it on King Street in the London and Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham.

The Lyric Theatre was supposed to be closed and demolished in 1966 but after a victorious campaign, it was rebuilt close to the original location.

The theatre got reopened in 1979 and we are so happy about that.

The Lyric Theatre hosts on Sundays “Sunday Night Comedy”; they also present “Lyric Children” quite often and “Lyric Music” performances.

The Theatre has two main staging areas; the first one which hosts most of the production has 550 seats and it is the original auditorium from the 19th century maintaining its original design, it’s called the Main House.

The second one, the Studio, hosts smaller performances by promising businesses. The Studio has 120 seats.

This theatre also achieved national recognition for their work with and the children.

King St, Lyric Square, London W6 0QL

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Hammersmith Apollo

Hammersmith Apollo is an entertainment venue, and it is still known as the Hammersmith Odeon.

It was opened in 1932 under the name “Gaumont Palace” and renamed in 1962 the “Hammersmith Odeon”.

Hammersmith Apollo hosts a vast diversity of events.

This is a place for everyone. You can laugh and cry at the same time.

People like Sarah Millican, Katherine Ryan, Alain Souchon & Laurent Voulzy, Daughtry, Fetty Wap have their events there.

45 Queen Caroline St, London W6 9QH, United Kingdom

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Ravenscourt Park Secret Garden by Stephskismo

Do you want a little bit of peace during the day? Escape from all the crowd, hustle, hurry of the city?

Don’t look any longer; you have found it.

This is another hidden gem; it will fill your soul with serenity, calmness, tranquillity.

It will give you the ability to free your thoughts away and just be.

It doesn’t matter if you will visit during the spring, summer, autumn or winter, this park will always have that euphoric tranquillity.

Either your choice is to be by yourself or with family, friends, this will be an experience that you will want to repeat all over again.

Your experience will leave you happy, calm, delighted, ravished.

You will be like on cloud nine, just like visiting a secret enchanted garden that gives you immeasurable joy.

You will spend a blissful time in the Ravenscourt Park Secret Garden.

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