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Central Heating Repairs SW1 - J and P Plumbing and Heating

Central Heating Repairs SW1: Call us 24/7 now on 020 7610 1616. We are on call to repair your central heating to and restore your heating and hot water… 6 more words

The Grenadier, Belgravia, SW1

I had hoped to have written up every pub while sitting in it drinking beer and soaking up the ambiance. Make of it what you will that I genuinely couldn’t bear to spend longer than it took to drink one pint in this place. 324 more words


Boiler Repairs SW1 - J and P Plumbing and Heating

Boiler Repairs SW1: J & P Plumbing have a dedicated team of Gas Safe registered engineers who specialise in boiler service and boiler repair

Plumbers SW1 - J and P Plumbing and Heating

Plumbers SW1: Covering SW1 and the surrounding areas of London, we offer a comprehensive plumbing service for homes and businesses. Whatever your plumbing problems or needs, from fixing leaks or burst pipes to installations of bathrooms and kitchens you can count on J & P Plumbing. 6 more words

Landlords Gas Safety Certificate SW1 - J and P Plumbing and Heating

All residential rental properties by Law require an annual Gas Safety Certificate; and this includes a check of all gas appliances within the property by a Gas Safe registered engineer to ensure they are safe to use and working correctly. 6 more words

5 Products to Make Your Skin Glow

Perfect glowing skin. This is what every girl and woman wants. However, trying to get your skin to cooperate with you almost always feels like a mission impossible— unexpected zits, dark eye circles, pigmentations, patches of dry and lifeless skin, blackheads… We know how hard it is to be a woman with a budget, so we found the 5 best skincare products to give you the coveted glowing baby skin you wished for, even without the filter. 345 more words


Robbie's Gents Hairdressers

Robbie’s Gents Hairdressers, 36 Page Street, Grosvenor Estate, City of Westminster, London SW1, 2014 • Lodge house barbershop on a stunning checkerboard council estate designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens in 1928.

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