Archives from May 2009

New roles for St Margarets Councillors

!(photo right) (Ben Khosa) !

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29 May 2009 | news

Do you have a bit of free time?

Would you like to help St Margarets go plastic bag free?

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29 May 2009 | around_town

Children's Writing Competition Launched

Children in the borough of Richmond are being asked to combine literary flair with the goal of buying text books to support the learning of slum children in Delhi, India.

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28 May 2009 | news

Twickenham Festival 2009

Twickenham’s annual Festival is this year filled with music, fun and action-packed events. From 12th - 21st June a huge variety of community activities will take place. The first weekend kicks off with:

Friday 12th June, the now traditional Twickenham Festival Tug of War, starting at 6pm on Church Street. Don’t miss the teams showing their strength - come and cheer them on! Alfresco Dining is available for those who have built up an appetite; finish your meal off with a little culture at either the Mary Wallace Theatre, it has a Shakespeare performance to enjoy or at the Bearcat Comedy Club night, special guest still top secret!

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26 May 2009 | around_town

Do You Have Talent?

Plans for the Family Fun Day are going well, Jason Bradbury and Amanda Holden have both recently agreed to attend.

We do have a couple of spaces left in the St Margarets Got Talent show though. We are looking for children or adults who would like to take part in the contest.

Full details and entry forms are available from Kim Hare at Nigel Hare Joinery - 32 Crown Road.

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26 May 2009 | around_town

CPZ Recommendation Approved

From the official record:

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26 May 2009 | news

Turing's Poisoned Apple

The corporate logo of Apple computers is a rainbow-striped apple with a single bite missing from it. For most people it is no more than the bright emblem of a successful modern company. For others with longer memories it is a poignant tribute to a remarkable man who lived for a short period of his life in Hampton.

Alan Turing was the second son of Julius Mathison Turing and his wife Sara. He was born at 2 Warrington Crescent in Maida Vale on 23 June 1912. Because his father worked as a civil servant in India, Alan and his older brother John were brought up by family friends and relatives in England.

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21 May 2009 | around_town

Event Reminder: Marble Hill Wildlife Trails - Every Weekend of June

Come to Marble Hill Park and enjoy the wildlife!

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21 May 2009 | around_town

Speak at the CPZ Meeting!

“Members of the public are able to register their request to speak at Transport Consultative Group (TCG) meetings. To register your request to speak at TCG, please contact the officer named on each agenda.”

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16 May 2009 | around_town

Event Reminder: St Stephans School May Fair 2009

On Saturday, 16th May from 12-3pm, St Stephens is having their annual May Fair. The fair is the school’s biggest fundraiser, so please do bring the whole family along whatever the weather.

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15 May 2009 | around_town

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