The Richmond upon Thames Partnership (RP) brings together the public, private and voluntary and community sectors to improve the quality of life for all those who come to the Borough to live, work or visit.
This year's conference will take place on Wednesday 10 October 2018.
The Partnership’s Governance Framework(pdf, 61KB) sets out the strategic, decision making and operational structure of the Partnership, and the roles and responsibilities of partners.
The Partnership is chaired by the Leader of the Council, Cllr Gareth Roberts. It is a non-statutory and non-executive group that meets three times a year, and holds one annual conference. The RP is responsible for the Richmond Upon Thames Community Plan 2016 - 2020, which was partly developed by the RP partners and sets out the shared vision for the Borough from now until 2017.
|1. The London Borough of Richmond upon Thames||Leader, London Borough of Richmond upon Thames & Chair of the Richmond Partnership|
|2. The London Borough of Richmond upon Thames||The Chief Executive|
|3. The London Borough of Richmond upon Thames||Director of Adults and Community Services|
|4. Children and Young People's Strategic Partnership||Director of Education and Children's Services|
|5. The London Borough of Richmond upon Thames||Director of Environment|
|6. Richmond Adult Community College||Principal and Chief Executive|
|7. Richmond Housing Partnership||Chief Executive|
|8. Richmond Voluntary Services Council||Chief Executive|
|9. The London Borough of Richmond Public Health Team||The Director of Public Health|
|10. Richmond Police||The Borough Commander|
|11. Richmond Fire Brigade||The Borough Commander|
|12. Richmond Clinical Commissioning Group||Authorising Officer Designate CCG|
The RP has four thematic partnerships. These are supported by sub groups, boards and forums:
The Richmond Partnership Conference 2018 brings the borough together to review how we can best serve the people who live, work and visit Richmond upon Thames.
This year's conference theme: Bringing new thinking to services for young people.
This year's focus is on how we can bring new thinking to the services we deliver to young people, whether as a statutory service, in the community or on a voluntary basis.
This is an opportunity for you to bring your fresh thinking to discussions with public sector and voluntary and community sector leads.
The keynote speech is from Fiona Spargo Mabbs of the Daniel Spargo Mabbs Foundation who has been working with young Richmond residents to combat risky behaviours. In addition to this there will be a marketplace of new information from Richmond service providers and lunch will be provided.
|9am||Registration, marketplace viewing and refreshments|
Cllr Gareth Roberts, Leader of Richmond Council & Chair of The Richmond upon
Kieron White, conference host
|9.50am||Bringing new ideas to early interventions
Rob Henderson, Director of Children’s Services, Richmond Council
|10am||Setting the scene
Jill Frederick and Catherine Hogarth, Children’s Centre
Rob Applegarth, Superintendent, Metropolitan Police
Max Cotton, volunteer with Off the Record & Head Boy, Waldegrave School
|10.25am||Break and Marketplace|
|10.40am||Workshop session one, feedback at 11.20am|
|11.35am||Supporting young people to make safe changes
Fiona Spargo-Mabbs, Daniel Spargo-Mabbs Foundation
|11.50am||Workshop session two, feedback at 12.30am|
|12.45pm||Ask the Panel
Cllr Penny Frost, Cabinet Member for Children’s Services & Schools
Dr Brinda Paramothayan, Clinical Commissioning Group
Ian Dodds, Interim Chief Executive, Achieving for Children
Kathryn Williamson, Director, Richmond upon Thames Council for Voluntary Service
Chris Robson, Independent Chair, Richmond Local Safeguarding Children Board
Cllr Penny Frost
|1.20pm||Lunch and marketplace viewing|
Should you have any further queries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Priya Samuel, Partnership Officer Priya.email@example.com, or by telephone on 0208 831 6194.
The Richmond Partnership Conference took place on Friday 7 July 2017.
For more information about the Richmond upon Thames Partnership, please contact:
Elizabeth Kingdom - Partnership Officer
Telephone: 020 8831 6095
Updated: 5 October 2018