Recovering drop arm awnings in Clapham


Recovering drop arm awnings is a cost effective way of extending the life of your awning and will allow you to gain a whole new look to your business without going to a great deal of expense. Recovering drop arm awnings or, in fact, any type of commercial awning is a service we supply to all our customers both new and old. At the same time as we are recovering your drop arms awnings our technicians will check the fixing and the mechanical integrity of the product and advise you of any remedial works we believe are necessary. Recovering your awning is gives you an excellent opportunity to consider refreshing your branding and here, at Deans, we are experts in the application of graphics which will allow your business to stand out from the competition.

Sorella is a true neighbourhood Italian inspired restaurant who’s menu takes a traditional format; cicchetti, antipasti, primi, secondi and dolci but is also hugely influenced by the produce arriving in from their very own farm. At Sorella, their Amalfi style homes in on all that the owners love about the Italian attitude to cooking and eating. The head chef and co-owners ┬áproduce-led obsession, along with his time spent in Italy’s kitchens, places him firmly at the head of the Sorella philosophy . Family is central to all that they do so Sorella (meaning sister) is the perfect fit.

In the early 20th century, Clapham was seen as an ordinary commuter suburb, often cited as representing ordinary people: hence the familiar “man on the Clapham omnibus”. By the late 20th century, the area had undergone a r transformation, becoming the centre for the gentrification of most of the surrounding area. Clapham’s relative proximity to traditionally expensive areas of central London led to an increase in the number of middle-class people living in Clapham. Today the area is generally an affluent place, although its professional residents often live quite close to significant pockets of social housing. Famous ex residents of Clapham include the composer Edvard Grieg, Capt. Cook’s wife Elizabeth, diarist Samuel Pepys and was venue for meetings of the famous anti-slavery group led by William Wilberforce.

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