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Office Clearance UK, London | Tourist Information


Park View House 54 Fulham High Street
London, United Kingdom SW6 3LQ

0871-990-3035

Our professional clearance crew is experienced in fast, efficient and professional office clearances saving you time, hassle and money! Its ranges from removing one or two old redundant filing cabinets, broken desks and office chairs even complete offices and board-rooms. visit: http://www.clearthelot.com/category/Office-Clearances.html

Stadium, Arena and Sports Venue Near Office Clearance UK

Culture Gym & Kitchen
Distance: 0.9 mi Tourist Information
9 Osiers Road
London, SW18 1NL

020 8874 7727

Culture Gym & Kitchen is 11,000 sq ft of world-class training space and complementary facilities that brings together fitness, lifestyle, entertainment and relaxation. All our fitness classes are complimentary, including pilates, boxing, yoga, spinning and more. Our cafe offers fresh and healthy homemade food and shakes. Special Offer: FREE training all December. Come in and quote offer code: FIT4XMAS. No commitment or membership required.

Physical Culture Gymnasium
Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
Physical Culture Barbell Club & Gym. Winthorpe Road
London, SW15 2LW

Putney Lawn Tennis Club
Distance: 0.8 mi Tourist Information
Balmuir Gardens
London, SW15 6NG

020 8788 4344

London Floodlit Sevens
Distance: 0.9 mi Tourist Information
Rosslyn Park FC, Upper Richmond Road
London, SW15 5JH

020 8876 6044

Twickenham Stadium
Distance: 0.8 mi Tourist Information
RAYNERS ROAD
London, TW2 7BA

0871 222 2120

Office Clearance Uk
Distance: 0.0 mi Tourist Information
54 Fulham High Street
London, SW6 3LJ

08719903035

The Hot Spot Yoga
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
25 Heathman's Road
London, SW6 4TJ

02036966050

The hottest spot for Bikram Yoga in the heart of Parsons Green, London. Daily classes suitable for students of all ages and abilities.

The Hot Spot Yoga
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
25 Heathman's Road
London, SW6 4TJ

02036966050

The hottest spot for Bikram Yoga in the heart of Parsons Green, London. Daily classes suitable for students of all ages and abilities.

Fulham Football Club
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
Stevenage Rd
London, SW6 6

870-4421222

Fulham F.C Stadium
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
Stevenage road, SW6
London, SW6 6

The Climbing Hangar London
Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
33-35 Parsons Green Lane
London, SW6 4HH

02077510913

We cater exclusively to a certain type of rock climbing called bouldering that is carried out at low levels over crash mats, without the aid of ropes. This style of climbing is extremely accessible for beginners as it doesn't require any specialist equipment or experience. It's also perfect for city living as you can drop in after work and train for a few hours in a more social and fun environment than the gym, before heading home without a suitcase full of kit. The centre has well over 100 routes that are clearly graded and cater to all levels. We designed the centre with a leading climbing wall construction company so it promises to be a venue that will keep you entertained even if you're with us seven days a week. We're located just 30 seconds walk from Parsons Green underground station on the district line and we'll be open until 10.30pm weekday evenings, as we know from experience how frustrating it can be trying to fit in a decent session if you're working late. We want you guys to enjoy each visit as much as possible so we'll also have a cafe, viewing deck with sofas and a bouldering shop for you to use when you're not climbing. Something for you climbers From living, working and climbing in London ourselves, we know what you're looking for in an indoor centre and what you're not! We've worked hard to design the layout of the centre so it flows, even at busy times, so no single area becomes too congested. Alongside this, we're making a commitment to regular and - more importantly - quality route setting, which will only be carried out by individuals with considerable experience. Finally, we're aiming to create a friendly and social atmosphere where you'll want to spend your time. Something for you beginners Rock climbing is a great way to keep fit, build strength and agility, and have fun. It can be difficult getting motivated to hit the gym three nights a week, so we're offering you an enjoyable alternative. From our own experience of trying to introduce friends to climbing in the past, we found it difficult because different areas of the centre catered for different abilities - separating groups and leaving the most interesting climbing to the highest grades. We're creating a centre where routes of all grades cover all areas of the climbing surface, allowing mixed abilities to climb together. Something for schools We've been working closely with Hammersmith and Fulham borough council for the last 12 months in order to design a centre that can cater for school children learning to climb. Lessons can be incorporated into the school syllabus and will help introduce children to a new sport, which they would otherwise not have come into contact with. We will also be running after school clubs for those who wish to continue climbing in their own time, as well as organising inter-school bouldering competitions to encourage participation. We hope to see you all very soon! Urban Ascent

Stamford Bridge
Distance: 1.1 mi Tourist Information
Fulham Road, London
London, SW6 1HS

0371 811 1955

Discover our world beyond 90 minutes. Combining the very best in food, drink, leisure and entertainment, we are proud to offer something for everyone at Stamford Bridge.

Stamford Bridge ''Chelsea Stadium''
Distance: 1.1 mi Tourist Information
Fulham Broadway
London, SW6 1HS

07501125722

Chelsea FC stadium
Distance: 1.1 mi Tourist Information
Stamford Cottages, SW10, SW10 9
London, SW6 1

0207 958 2190

We Want Our Shed Back Chelsea FC
Distance: 1.1 mi Tourist Information
Chelsea football club
London, SW6 1HS

We Want Our Shed Back Chelsea FC
Distance: 1.1 mi Tourist Information
Chelsea football club
London, SW6 1HS

Stamford Bridge
Distance: 1.1 mi Tourist Information
Fulham Road, SW6 1HS
London, SW6 1HS

Stamford Bridge is a football stadium located in Fulham, London. It is the home ground of Chelsea F.C.. The stadium is located within the Moore Park Estate also known as Walham Green and is often referred to as simply The Bridge. The capacity is 41,663, making it the eighth largest ground in the Premier League, but is due in the next few years to be expanded to a capacity of 60,000.Opened in 1877, the stadium was used by the London Athletic Club until 1905, when new owner Gus Mears founded Chelsea Football Club to occupy the ground; Chelsea have played their home games there ever since. It has undergone numerous major changes over the years, most recently in the 1990s when it was renovated into a modern, all-seater stadium.Stamford Bridge has been used as a venue for England international matches, FA Cup Finals, FA Cup semi-finals and Charity Shield games. It has also hosted numerous other sports, such as cricket, rugby union, speedway, greyhound racing, baseball and American football. The stadium's highest official attendance is 82,905, for a league match between Chelsea and Arsenal on 12 October 1935.

Estadio Santiago Bernabeu
Distance: 1.1 mi Tourist Information
Avenia Concha Espina 1
London,

Queen's Club
Distance: 1.2 mi Tourist Information
Palliser Road
London, W6 8

20-73853421

The Queen's Club is a private sporting club in West Kensington, London, England. The club hosts the prestigious annual Queen's Club Championships grass court men's lawn tennis tournament (currently known as the AEGON Championships for sponsorship reasons). It has 28 outdoor courts and eight indoor. With two courts, it is also the national headquarters of real tennis, hosting the British Open every year. The Queen's Club also has rackets, and squash courts; it has now become the headquarters for both these sports due to the Prince's Club closure in 1940.HistoryFounded as The Queen's Club Limited on 19 August 1886 by Evan Charteris, George Francis and Algernon Grosvener, the Queen's Club was the world's second multipurpose sports complex, after the Prince's Club, and became the only one after the Prince's Club relocated to Knightsbridge and lost its outdoor sports facilities. The club is named after Queen Victoria, its first patron. On 19 May 1887 the first lawn tennis courts were opened and on 1–2 July 1887 the first sporting event was held when Oxford played Cambridge. The construction of the club buildings took about eighteen months and they were opened in January 1888. William Marshall, finalist of the inaugural 1877 Wimbledon Championships was the architect. Among the initial sports offered at the club were real tennis, Eton Fives, rackets, lawn tennis (grass courts and covered courts), football, rugby and athletics. Cricket was also played but not as an organized sport. The University Sports meeting between Cambridge and Oxford was held at the Queen's Club from 1888 to 1928.

Queen's Club
Distance: 1.2 mi Tourist Information
Palliser Road
London, W6 8

20-73853421

The Queen's Club is a private sporting club in West Kensington, London, England. The club hosts the prestigious annual Queen's Club Championships grass court men's lawn tennis tournament (currently known as the AEGON Championships for sponsorship reasons). It has 28 outdoor courts and eight indoor. With two courts, it is also the national headquarters of real tennis, hosting the British Open every year. The Queen's Club also has rackets, and squash courts; it has now become the headquarters for both these sports due to the Prince's Club closure in 1940.HistoryFounded as The Queen's Club Limited on 19 August 1886 by Evan Charteris, George Francis and Algernon Grosvener, the Queen's Club was the world's second multipurpose sports complex, after the Prince's Club, and became the only one after the Prince's Club relocated to Knightsbridge and lost its outdoor sports facilities. The club is named after Queen Victoria, its first patron. On 19 May 1887 the first lawn tennis courts were opened and on 1–2 July 1887 the first sporting event was held when Oxford played Cambridge. The construction of the club buildings took about eighteen months and they were opened in January 1888. William Marshall, finalist of the inaugural 1877 Wimbledon Championships was the architect. Among the initial sports offered at the club were real tennis, Eton Fives, rackets, lawn tennis (grass courts and covered courts), football, rugby and athletics. Cricket was also played but not as an organized sport. The University Sports meeting between Cambridge and Oxford was held at the Queen's Club from 1888 to 1928.

Queens Tennis Club, Kensington
Distance: 1.2 mi Tourist Information
Palliser Road
London, W14 9EQ

020 7386 3400

Queen's Club Championships
Distance: 1.2 mi Tourist Information
The Queen's Club, Palliser Road
London, W14 9

44 20 7385 3421

The Queen's Club Championships is an annual tournament for male tennis players, held on grass courts at the Queen's Club in West Kensington, London. The event is part of the ATP World Tour 500 series on the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) Tour. It is currently promoted as the Aegon Championships for sponsorship reasons. For many years previously it was known as the Stella Artois Championships.Queen's is one of the most prestigious grass court tournaments, as well as one of the oldest Tennis tournaments in the world, and serves as a warm-up for Wimbledon. Andy Roddick and Lleyton Hewitt dominated the tournament in the early 21st century, each winning four titles. Andy Murray won a record five titles between 2009 and 2016. Andy Roddick has called the courts at the Queen's Club "arguably the best in the world".HistoryOriginally known as the London Grass Court Championships, the tournament traces back to 1884 when a tennis tournament was held at the London Athletic Club at Stamford Bridge, Fulham. One year later the tournament was given the title of the London Championships, and it was on held outdoor grass courts. In 1890, the tournament moved to its current location, the Queen's Club and consisted of a men's and women's singles event. In 1903 a men's doubles event was added followed in 1905 by the mixed doubles competition. In 1915 the addition of a women's doubles event completed the programme. The two World Wars interrupted the tournament from 1915–1918 and 1940–1946. Between 1970 and 1989 the Championships were part of the Grand Prix tennis circuit. The women's tournament was discontinued after the 1973 edition and from 1974 until 1976 no men's tournament was held. The event is currently an ATP World Tour 500 series tournament on the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) Tour and was upgraded from a ATP World Tour 250 series in 2015.

Earl's Court
Distance: 1.5 mi Tourist Information
Earls Court
London, SW5 9

20-73851200

Earl's Court is a district in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea in central London, bordering the sub-districts of South Kensington to the east, West Kensington to the west, Chelsea to the south and Kensington to the north. The Earl's Court Exhibition Centre was one of the country's largest indoor arenas and a popular concert venue until its closure in 2014.HistoryEarly historyEarl's Court was once a rural area, covered with green fields and market gardens. The Saxon Thegn Edwin held the lordship of the area prior to the Norman Conquest. For over 500 years the land, part of the ancient manor of Kensington, was under the lordship of the Vere family, the Earls of Oxford and descendants of Aubrey de Vere I, who held the manor of Geoffrey de Montbray, bishop of Coutances, in Domesday Book in 1086. By circa 1095, his tenure had been converted, and he held Kensington directly of the crown. A church had been constructed there by 1104. The earls held their manorial court where Old Manor Yard is now, just by the London Underground station. Earl's Court Farm is visible on Greenwood's map of London dated 1827.Railway lineThe construction of the Metropolitan District Railway station in 1865–69 was a catalyst for development. In the quarter century after 1867, Earl's Court was transformed into a densely populated suburb with 1,200 houses and two churches. Eardley Crescent and Kempsford Gardens were built between 1867 and 1873, building began in Earl's Court Square and Longridge Road in 1873, in Nevern Place in 1874, in Trebovir Road and Philbeach Gardens in 1876, and Nevern Square in 1880.

Earl's Court
Distance: 1.5 mi Tourist Information
Earls Court
London, SW5 9

20-73851200

Earl's Court is a district in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea in central London, bordering the sub-districts of South Kensington to the east, West Kensington to the west, Chelsea to the south and Kensington to the north. The Earl's Court Exhibition Centre was one of the country's largest indoor arenas and a popular concert venue until its closure in 2014.HistoryEarly historyEarl's Court was once a rural area, covered with green fields and market gardens. The Saxon Thegn Edwin held the lordship of the area prior to the Norman Conquest. For over 500 years the land, part of the ancient manor of Kensington, was under the lordship of the Vere family, the Earls of Oxford and descendants of Aubrey de Vere I, who held the manor of Geoffrey de Montbray, bishop of Coutances, in Domesday Book in 1086. By circa 1095, his tenure had been converted, and he held Kensington directly of the crown. A church had been constructed there by 1104. The earls held their manorial court where Old Manor Yard is now, just by the London Underground station. Earl's Court Farm is visible on Greenwood's map of London dated 1827.Railway lineThe construction of the Metropolitan District Railway station in 1865–69 was a catalyst for development. In the quarter century after 1867, Earl's Court was transformed into a densely populated suburb with 1,200 houses and two churches. Eardley Crescent and Kempsford Gardens were built between 1867 and 1873, building began in Earl's Court Square and Longridge Road in 1873, in Nevern Place in 1874, in Trebovir Road and Philbeach Gardens in 1876, and Nevern Square in 1880.