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Ms Cutler, 21, was awarded a British Empire Medal for her fundraising – but is now being taken to the small claims court by a PR company over an allegedly unpaid bill of £6,687.

“And the worst part is that my little girl has just started school and I don’t feel like I have been there for her.”

To give an equal councillor number and electorate, the wards in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames are multi-councillor but aim to be equally sized. To achieve this, approximately half of one of the two wards covering modern Barnes also falls within the boundaries of neighbouring Mortlake.[60]

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In the months after the attack, Mr Barnes got a "calling from God" to move to the Shetland Islands.

Barnes adjoins the South Circular Road and Putney, which forms a rival commercial hub to Hammersmith. Unlike Mortlake and Hammersmith, Barnes has no dual carriageways. The locality is one of a minority at its radius from the centre of London in the early 21st century to be defined by suburban by a Greater London Authority paper.[3]

“The court wrangle has been such an ordeal as I have had to think about what the bailiffs could take away.

As well as working as a photographer in the fields of corporate, business portraits, advertising, product, pr and wedding photography I have taught photography courses for more than 25 years. Through the Oxford School of Photography I have developed many new courses and now also offer one to one tuition and group workshops to companies and organisations.

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The pensioner said he was so affected by the ordeal that he was too scared to return to his bungalow and moved to a new house in Gateshead – but later said he was planning a move to the Shetland Islands as he had received a “calling from God”.

Katie, who is seeking advice about fighting the claim, said: “I have not tried to bad-mouth Claire and I have not told lies about any of this. I just wish we had never met and this was over.”

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But he decided to stay put and is now looking for another home in the Gateshead area.

A son has revealed how he only just received a birthday card from his dad who died from cancer over a decade ago, with the father having the foresight to mark his children's milestone birthdays before passing away. It was inscribed with a simple 'Love ya - Dad', and was written such a long time ago that even the corny joke on the inside feels quite charmingly dated

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Disabled mugging victim Alan Barnes has called for others to help his fundraiser Katie Cutler after she became involved in a PR cash row.

Historically part of Surrey, Barnes appears in Domesday Book of 1086 as "Berne". It was held by the Canons of St Paul of London when its assets were: 8 hides, paying tax with Mortlake; 6 ploughlands, 20 acres (81,000 m2) of meadow. It rendered (in total) to its feudal system overlords £7 per year.[4]

She said: "I feel so sad about the whole situation, I can’t believe this has happened. I’m overwhelmed that people are raising money for me.

When their dog was diagnosed with terminal cancer, Coco’s owners put together a ‘bucket list’ and made sure their hound experienced an exciting few weeks before she died. Before she was put down on 5 May, Coco: visited a beach; took a ride in a helicopter; went in a fire engine; ate a steak at the pub; and also had a Big Mac from a McDonalds Drive Thru, amongst other activities

Claire Barber, who runs her own PR and media firm, is owed the money for just over a fortnight’s worth of work at a cut rate of £550 a day.

"There are a lot of big hearted people out there and this proves that.”

Barnes has a place in the history of football. First, a former High Master of St Paul's School, Richard Mulcaster, is credited with taking mob football and turning it into an organised, refereed team sport that was considered beneficial for schoolboys. St Paul's School is currently sited on Lonsdale Road, although in Mulcaster's time it was at St Paul's Cathedral in the City of London.

Katie helped raise £330,000 for the disabled pensioner after cruel thugs broke his collar bone in a savage mugging - but now she's the one who needs help

Beautician Katie Cutler, also from Gateshead, set up an internet appeal which raised hundreds of thousands for Mr Barnes in just four days following his attack.

The beautician, who became dubbed the the “Angel of the North” says she now wished she never bothered, after being threatened with bailiffs following a small claims court claim.

She has struggled to concentrate or sleep and feels she has not been able to devote time to four-year-old daughter Gracie.

Barnes Common is an important open space and a local nature reserve.[13] Its 120 acres (0.49 km2) dominate the south of Barnes, providing a rural setting to the village and a wealth of habitats including acid grassland, scrub, woodland and wetland. Beverley Brook passes through part of the common before meeting the Thames at Putney.

Katie now has until Tuesday to come up with the cash or face having goods from her house seized and auctioned off.

But because mother Miss Cutler donated the money raised to Mr Barnes and other good causes, she does not have the cash which Ms Barber is now claiming in a county court order.

He plans to live off the money raised for him and says he will make a donation to charity when he dies from any leftover cash.

In the months after, Mr Barnes said he got a "calling from God" to move to the Shetland Islands.

Attacker Richard Gatiss, who knocked Mr Barnes to the ground and searched him for cash, was later sentenced to four years in jail.

"At this point we offered her a payment plan, but she wouldn't respond to anything. As a small family business with an impeccable reputation and after over a year and still no payment, we had no choice but to go to the small claims court.


"It was an enormous amount of work with phenomenal success. Katie made two payments in June 2015, then proceeded to write all over social media her shock at getting our bill (which was agreed prior to any work undertaken).

"A lot of people just want it to stay with me."

* On Church Rd. (The section with Metroline & Go-Ahead) the bus stops are from west-east: Barnes Pond, Glebe Rd., Red Lion. * The section with only London United that contains Ranelagh Ave. is called Rocks Lane. * Route 419 goes on a windy 'round the houses' route between Hammersmith Bridge & Barnes Bridge. This is predominantly a hail and ride section. * Some 283 buses go to Barnes Pond instead of Wetlands Centre.

She was then approached by Ms Barber, who offered to help raise more funds.

He later decided to stay in the Gateshead area, but is looking to move into another home.

Some of the oldest riverside housing in London is to be found on The Terrace, a road lined with Georgian mansions which runs along the west bend of the river. Construction of these mansions began as early as 1720.[7] Gustav Holst and Ninette de Valois lived in houses on this stretch, both of which have corresponding blue plaques. The Terrace also has an original red brick police station, built in 1891. It has been remodelled as apartments but still preserves the original features.