South West Londoner reporters head to Hammersmith, Hyde Park and even the wizarding world of Harry Potter to bring you the latest news from our patch.
If you’re a fan of Joe Wicks, the most famous book series of the last 25 years, or power yoga – and how can you not find yourself somewhere in that cross-section – this video is for you.
Filmed over the past week, South West Londoner journalists took a look around London to establish why Harry Potter has left such an enduring legacy as 26 June marked a quarter of a century since The Philosopher’s Stone was first published in the United Kingdom.
Businesses in Hammersmith took to Lyric Square for the start of Hammersmith BID (Business Improvement District)’s summer festival last week, with a big screen showing the latest tennis action from Wimbledon and film nights right through July – all for free – for residents to enjoy.
Our reporters enjoyed a power yoga session before asking organisers why having a business-funded, business-led body can help to improve the area – and just what Lyric Square visitors are to expect this month.
Not content with just one physical activity this summer, our reporters also got their gym gear on in Hyde Park to watch whether ‘The Body Coach’ Joe Wicks could break his own record of the highest-attended HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) workout.
See more by watching the video below: