Today marks the start of Diabetes Prevention Week (23 to 29 May) and Richmond Council is urging residents to find out their risk and make healthy changes to their lifestyle to prevent the disease from developing.
Council news | 23 May 22
The NHS wants to hear from residents on how you use your pharmacy in order to help them with a future campaign.
Community news on behalf of NHS South West London CCG | 23 May 22
This year marks 100 years of the Hampton War Memorial Charity and the building of four bungalows for the use of local Hampton and Hampton Hill residents and their wives or widows who had served in the armed forces.
Community news on behalf of The Hampton War Memorial Charity | 23 May 22
The atmosphere at the Mary Wallace this week is far from relaxed as the two couples in God of Carnage meet to discuss a playground dispute between their respective children when one child has injured the other.
Community news on behalf of Richmond Shakespeare Society | 23 May 22
Kew Gardens will host entertaining and thought-provoking evenings of art, food tasting and performance, exploring the future of food in a changing world.
Community news on behalf of Kew Gardens | 23 May 22
Richmond Council has provided an update to residents on some of the current issues being faced by the Council's Sport and Leisure team that has resulted in some facilities being closed.
Council news | 20 May 22
Achieving for Children (AfC) is consulting with parents and carers to find out how independent, impartial information and advice services can work better for families.
Council news | 19 May 22
BROS Theatre Company, one of the leading local amateur theatre organisations, will bring Stephen Sondheim and George Furth’s unique, beautiful, and inspiring Merrily We Roll Along to Hampton Hill Theatre from Tuesday 7 to Saturday 11 June 2022.
Community news on behalf of BROS Theatre Company | 18 May 22
Inspired by Henrietta Howard, the visionary behind Marble Hill, a series of five inspirational women events to inspire your inner entrepreneur are set to be held at Richmond and Hillcroft Adult Community College.
Community news on behalf of English Heritage | 18 May 22
Richmond Council is flying the rainbow flag today (Tuesday 17 May), to recognise IDAHOBIT Day 2022
Council news | 17 May 22
It is never too late to get your COVID-19 vaccine and residents in and around Twickenham can get theirs on Monday 23 May 2022 at a local pop-up vaccine clinic.
Council news | 17 May 22
With so much growth and positive change occurring in the Borough of Richmond, the Work Match team are reflecting on a successful year but, critically, seeking to highlight our offering to employers and residents looking for their next opportunity.
Council blog | 17 May 22
20 national charitable organisations will be recognised by the Queen for their work helping to empower young people.
Community news on behalf of GOV.UK | 16 May 22
Our air quality team are running regular idling action events again and we are looking for volunteers to help make the events a success. Would you like to help to reduce air pollution in our borough?
Council news | 13 May 22
If you or someone you are close to is experiencing potential symptoms of dementia, you are encouraged to act on it and seek guidance this Dementia Action Week (16 to 22 May).
Council news | 13 May 22
Would you like to help promote the delights of our borough to visitors who arrive at Richmond Station?
Council news | 11 May 22
Join the Mayor of Richmond upon Thames for two special events taking place in May in aid of this year's Mayor's charities; Dose of Nature and Habitats & Heritage.
Council news | 10 May 22
It's Mental Health Awareness Week and the theme for this year is loneliness - something we all can experience at some point in our lives, which can have a huge impact on our wellbeing.
Council news | 09 May 22
The Old Town Hall in Richmond will host an extensive programme of art history talks and events throughout the summer months.
Community news on behalf of Art Historical London | 09 May 22
Come and sample the delicious French Produce and French styles at the return of the popular and authentic French Market on Church Street in Twickenham.
Community news on behalf of Church Street of Twickenham | 09 May 22
In celebration of Cover Story, Richmond Libraries' annual pick of the best teen reads for 11 to 14 year olds, actor and author Lisa Williamson will be joining us to talk about her latest book, the dramatic First Day of My Life.
Council news | 06 May 22
What do trees mean to you? Join us this Saturday (7 May) for a walk exploring the significance of trees to different cultures.
Council news | 05 May 22
In the beautiful setting of JMW Turner country retreat in Twickenham, join award winning artist Tim Wright for a five-session summer watercolour painting course.
Community news on behalf of Turner's House | 05 May 22
The Barnes Open Gardens takes place on Sunday 15 May from 1 to 6pm.
Community news on behalf of FiSH Neighbourhood Care | 04 May 22
The Ham Parade Market returns this weekend. Support your local market and traders and visit the market this Saturday 7 May, from 10am to 2pm.
Community news on behalf of Ham Parade Market | 03 May 22
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Updated: 13 May 2022