One that is however confirmed will be on the site of TBM bathroom shop on Station Road (near Natwest) which is currently undergoing renovation to become a showroom for Kindle wood burning stoves.
As well as looking rather lovely and providing a focal point for the room, these can reduce your fuel bills and dependency on mains power (providing a backup if needed). With fossil fuel prices expected to rise again sharply this winter, alternatives are always looking more attractive – especially fuels such as wood which is sustainable and carbon-neutral.
Exclusive, high-end hair salon Laurel.S currently services VIP clients in Twickenham and Richmond and will soon be adding a Teddington branch to its offering. You will be able to find it just behind the teddy bear shop that was Pinnochios but will be relaunched as the “Shambles Shop” before the end of the year.
Work is progressing well with the Kings Head transformation into a Blanc Brasserie – along with the Weybridge Queens Head, these new venues will be spearheading the groups new “White Brasserie” arm and if successful will see the purchase of other sites across London for the same treatment. Each of the two new sites are having £800,000 spent on them for refurbishment and each will also be available for corporate events/hiring.
Due to open in mid-September, the Kings Head will feature a mouth-watering menu similar to this sample which includes a ‘Dine with Wine’ deals section so you can sample their fine stock of wine along with the fine dishes – you can plan your first visit in advance!
China Garden will re-open on the 24th of August after a wait of almost a year for fans of their tasty offerings – work is almost finished on repairs and refurbishment after the fire. To celebrate the grand re-opening they are offering 10% off prices for two weeks.