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Do you have a 3 or 4 bedroom house in East Twickenham or St Margarets to sell?
I would like to buy a 3 or 4 bedroom house in East Twickenham or St Margarets, south of the A316. I have sold my house and so need to find somewhere as soon as possible.
Please email me on email@example.com if you can help.
Renting in St Margarets
I'm looking to rent a one or two bedroom place in St Margarets. Preferably with some outside space, a gas or new electric hob in the kitchen and within easy walking distance of St Margarets or Richmond train stations. Our budget is around £1,000-£1,100 a month.
I'd love to hear from anyone thinking of renting their place out around the end of October/start of November!
Looking to buy a 2 bed + house in St Margarets
My wife and i are looking to buy a 2 bed + house in the St Margarets area i.e. Ailsa Avenue, Gordon Avenue, Sidney road etc.....
We're open to all areas around St Margarets and willing to pay up to £480k...We don't have anything to sell and can move quickly for the right house...
If anyone hears or knows of anything please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Anyone need dog walking help?
We are a young professional couple, both 28, living in St Margarets, looking for dogs to walk!
We both love dogs, have had them most of our lives, and would be really happy to help walk dogs in the Richmond/St Margarets/Twickenham area.
If you think we could help, just drop us an email.
Jenni and Conrad
Is anybody out there able to recommend a local reliable garage for a forthcoming MOT test?
I'm fairly new to the area and it's difficult to find any reviews or feedback on this kind of thing.
Any advice gratefully received!
We use Richmond Bridge MOT centre, their no. is 020 88910202
Can anyone recommend a babysitter ?
We are looking for someone trustworthy with experience to babysit our young baby on a regular basis.
If you know of anyone please contact us on ClionaDavid@yahoo.com.
Teenagers Available for Work!!
I have two very reliable and hard working teenagers aged 14 and 15 who are looking for work - anything considered!
Please email me at email@example.com.
Re: Teenagers Available for Work!!
Oo, I'm 16 and am also looking for a summer job this holiday :) If you find anything let me know.
Raising Money - A few things for sale
I have a couple of things for sale if anyone's interested - I'm 16 and just trying to raise some money- this is what I have on offer at the moment:
-The Sims 1 - House Party & The Sims Original (£8)
-The Sims Unleashed Expansion Pack - (£4)
-" " - Livin It Up - (£4)
-" " - On Holiday - (£5)
Also my Grandma accidentally bought Quantum of Solace, the DVD, instead of Casino Royale and we can't return it because the packaging is off, so if anyone would like it, it's £7.
Let me know :)
Would you be interested in group lessons in tango?
If you scroll down this page to 'Argentine tango lessons offered' you'll see I'm trying to find out if there'd be interest in group lessons in Argentine tango one evening a week. I'm posting it separately here because most people will miss it below but there are details there, including comments from someone who has had lessons with me. If you are at all interested in dancing, do scroll down and have a look and let me know here or at TWTPR@aol.com if you think you would come to a group class.
Re: Would you be interested in group lessons in tango?
We're still short of critical mass but we live in hope.
In an attempt to generate more interest, Tammy and I will be dancing at the St Margarets Family Fun Day (www.stmgrts.org.uk/event/fair/200705142122) on Sunday (14th). We're only on for 3 minutes around lunchtime so don't blink or you'll miss us.
If you're interested in tango, do say, 'Hello.'
So we danced a tango (just the one) at the St Margarets Family Fun Day. We had been asked to turn up but the event was rather geared to children so I don't know if they particularly appreciated the tango. We were interested in watching the street dance, though and the little girl with her Irish dancing was lovely.
If any of you were there and enjoyed the tango, do let us know.
I've had some interest in this but almost entirely from women. Are there no men who want to sweep the women of St Margarets off their feet?
Historically, tango was often danced by two men, with only the very best dancers having any chance of dancing with a woman. The dance was seen as an opportunity to demonstrate just how 'macho' the men were.
Come on, gentlemen. Any takers?
Argentine tango lessons offered
Local tango dancer with dance teaching experience offers tuition in Argentine tango. (This is not the same as ballroom tango.) Can offer a place for you to dance or will teach in your own home (you'll need a wood or stone floor). You do not need any previous dance experience.
I have studied in Buenos Aires and London and am happy to pass on some of the techniques you need to enjoy this amazing dance.
Re: Argentine tango lessons offered
Given the enthusiasm of people like Lee, Tammy and I would like to run group lessons in St Margarets. We've found an affordable location, so all we need is enough pupils to make it worthwhile. We'd concentrate on basic technique (like Lee describes) with some fancy stuff as people grow in confidence. We think we could do this for £10 for an hour's lesson and a short time to practice after. We're looking at an evening in the week.
A group session with just two or three people turning up is just embarrassing for all involved, so we really need to know if people are interested before we start. Learning the tango does require some commitment (it isn't that easy) but it's well within the competence of anyone who has the use of both legs, regardless of age. You don't have to be especially fit (though you will get fitter as you dance) and it does open up a whole world of tango events and social activities in London (and around the world - especially in Argentina). Tammy and I are both convinced that it's more important to dance than to dance perfectly, so we do expect to have fun with our tango.
If people are interested, could they reply here or contact me directly on TWTPR@aol.com
Thanks Tom for all the help. I decided to take about 15 hours of private lessons with Tom and classes with a number of other teachers where class sizes were usually between 6 and 30 people. I wanted to dance with lots of different partners and also see how differently teachers taught the subject. The basic steps of tango are not necessarily difficult to learn but to do them well and on a crowded dance floor is a great deal harder. Tom teaches technique really well and without technique it is very difficult to progress. He is the perfect starting point for learning tango and even came up with three different partners for me to accompany. I often found that I would learn a new set of steps in one of the general classes and then come back and refine it with him. The trouble with the classes is that both partners learn the steps and know what to expect; so whilst at the end of the lesson there is a feel good factor, one has not really learnt the technique necessary properly to lead the steps to another partner who has not just undertaken the same class. Tom also taught me a number of different steps but most importantly works on getting into and out of those steps, rather than learning them in isolation. I strongly recommend Tom to all dancers, new, improving or experienced.
I am interested in learning the tango do you do group lessons in the area or just private lessons thanks ruth
If you can get a group, I'm very happy to teach it but I'm not prepared to take the risk and organisation involved in hiring a venue - so it's just private lessons at the moment. Richmond Adult Community College used to teach tango and responded positively to the suggestion that they offer it again - if you ring their head of dance, Dawn Haynes, on 8891 5907 × 8935, it might nudge them to do this.
I'd love to teach a group if you can find the people and the venue. If any organisations would like to try a feel of tango one day, let me know and I'll turn up.
For anyone who watched 'Strictly Come Dancing' last week - this is NOT ballroom tango. I have taught a residential course for ballroom dancers who wanted to learn Argentine Tango and almost every element was different. Many of the things that ballroom dancers do are specifically avoided in Argentine tango.
Can you please tell me how much private lessons cost
£30/hr, whether there's one of you or two
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