Archives from September 2021

Richmond Council calls for government to prioritise immediate crisis in social care

Richmond Council has voiced concerns that the government’s recent announcement on social care funding reforms is not enough to tackle the immediate crisis facing the sector and the thousands of local residents who rely on state support.

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30 September 2021 | news

Calling young film makers - enter our be ‘Covid-safe’ competition

Young filmmakers in the borough could be in with the chance of winning great prizes, including a family paddling boarding session and tickets to Kew Gardens at Christmas, by entering a local competition to promote Covid-safety.

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30 September 2021 | around_town

Stellar line-up for the 30th Richmond Literature Festival

Richmond Literature Festival has launched its 2021 programme of events for the 30th edition of the much-loved literature festival. This year’s festival takes place from 5 - 21 November and will see a return to in person events following last year’s move online due to the pandemic.

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29 September 2021 | around_town

Register for the Full of Life Online Fair

The annual fair for residents aged 55 and over will take place online on Friday 1 October 2021 from 10am to 3.30pm with various activities and informal talks to choose from.

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23 September 2021 | around_town

Explore the plants, art and culture of Japan this autumn at Kew Gardens

Visit Kew Gardens this autumn to explore the fascinating plants, art and culture of Japan at their new trail and displays.

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23 September 2021 | around_town

Secret Art Sale 2021 - 25 to 29 September 2021

Don’t miss the chance to buy a unique piece of art by Royal Academicians, celebrities or local artists for just 40 pounds.

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22 September 2021 | around_town

Share your views on pedestrian improvements for Richmond

Have your say on suggested improvements in Richmond Town Centre including two new crossings and an upgrade to footways and greenery along Hill Rise.

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21 September 2021 | news

Kneller Hall sold to Radnor House

Kneller Hall in Whitton is likely to become a school, as the Ministry of Defence (MOD) has confirmed the site has been sold. New owner Dukes Education has confirmed its intention to transform the Grade II listed building into an Upper School for nearby Radnor House.

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17 September 2021 | news

Urgent: Save our train services

South Western Railway have recently published new timetables that contain alarming proposals for that would slash valuable train services in our local area.

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16 September 2021 | news

Get your bicycle serviced for free this Car Free Day

As part of this year’s Car Free Day Richmond Council are helping residents to get back into the saddle with a free bicycle maintenance and safety check.

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16 September 2021 | around_town

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