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Former Olympic heroes in Teddington

Three Olympic heroes from previous games were the stars at a special fundraising dinner at The Wharf riverside restaurant in Teddington. They told of their Olympic experiences and challenges as well as life after an Olympic triumph at a dinner for the community group SporTedd.

Community news on behalf of SporTedd | 26 Jul 21

ETNA's transformation - visit your new and improved community centre!

Changes have been afoot during lockdown to provide East Twickenham with a beautifully transformed community centre. So drop by to see the amazing changes for yourself!

Community news on behalf of ETNA | 23 Jul 21

collective Arts launches new evening course of The Creative Wellbeing Project

Starting on Tuesday 21 September 2021 (7 to 8.30 pm), Collective Arts is offering a new evening course of The Creative Wellbeing Project. Suitable for working professionals, parents and carers, this uplifting course uses positive psychology (the science of human thriving), creative activity and art therapy to enhance wellbeing, lift mood and reframe thinking. No creative or artistic skills are required.

Community news on behalf of Collective Arts | 22 Jul 21

Suffering from long COVID?

Many people recovering from COVID-19 are still coming to terms with the impact the virus has had on both their body and mind and are still trying to shake off the effects of the virus.

Community news on behalf of Healthwatch Richmond | 21 Jul 21

Let's Go Outside & Learn release September stroll programme dates

Join the Let's Go Outside & Learn team for their September stroll programme to see some of the natural highlights of the borough on their guided walks.

Community news on behalf of Let's Go Outside & Learn | 21 Jul 21

Adventures at the Archives this summer

Explore a national treasure right on your doorstep which is free and open to all ages with a lot to be experienced at the National Archives this summer! Explore fascinating exhibitions, family adventures and original documents from their extensive collections.

Community news on behalf of The National Archives | 21 Jul 21

Sleep Organic wins best organic fashion brand award

Ethical bedding business Sleep Organic has won Soil Association's Best Of Organic Market (BOOM) Awards for Best of Organic Fashion & Textiles Brands - Fashion Brands.

Community news on behalf of Sleep Organic | 20 Jul 21

Quartermaine's Terms now open at the Mary Wallace Theatre for one week

After an 18-month postponement, Simon Gray's bittersweet comedy opened at the riverside theatre on Saturday 17 July, playing for a week.

Community news on behalf of Richmond Shakespeare Society | 19 Jul 21

Harlequins Healthy Holidays for 5-16 year olds

Do you know a young person who would enjoy a summer of sports, challenges and surprise special guests?

Community news on behalf of The Harlequins Foundation | 16 Jul 21

Weaving Willow Plant Supports course

Join Arts Richmond for their special evening course to learn how to willow weave to create your very own willow plant supports.

Community news on behalf of Arts Richmond | 16 Jul 21

Bookings open for Richmond Rugby's FUEL camps

The summer camps are designed to provide eligible children and young people with free daily meals and fun activities throughout the summer holidays.

Community news on behalf of Richmond Rugby | 15 Jul 21

Face masks must still be worn in NHS buildings

COVID-19 is still circulating in our local communities and because the NHS cares for people when they are at their most vulnerable, it will be keeping all of its infection prevention and control measures in place after 19 July 2021 to keep patients, visitors and staff safe.

Community news on behalf of NHS | 15 Jul 21

Diamond Jubilee Gardens ready for summer

Trustees of the Twickenham Riverside Trust (the leaseholder of Diamond Jubilee Gardens) have been working closely with Richmond Parks Team in recent weeks to ensure the Gardens are looking their best as sunshine and summer approaches.

Community news on behalf of Twickenham Riverside Trust | 15 Jul 21

Book your place at the Turner and Maritime Britain online lecture

Christine Riding, curator of Turner' English Coasts, explores Turner's life-long engagement with the sea in the context of Britain as a naval and maritime power, from national events to the rise of domestic tourism.

Community news on behalf of Turner's House | 15 Jul 21

Team Richmond make winning start to the 2021 London Youth Games

After a year out, the London Youth Games returned in a reduced capacity to the joy of young people across London. This year, London Youth Games are running more regionalised competitions.

Community news on behalf of London Youth Games | 15 Jul 21

Richmond Music Trust receives cash boost to launch inclusive singing group

Richmond Music Trust has received a grant to continue its music services in the community, including those living with dementia.

Community news on behalf of Richmond Music Trust | 14 Jul 21

Employability programme for young people aged 16-18

Brentford FC Community Sports Trust is running an eight day employability programme to assist young people aged 16-18 to gain further knowledge and skills to help them navigate their next steps and journey into either education, training or employment.

Community news on behalf of Brentford FC Community Sports Trust | 14 Jul 21

PowerStation Summer Programme for young people

PowerStation Youth Centre in Mortlake will host a summer programme with a range of activities ranging from cooking, Makaton, art, MMA, golf and much more.

Community news on behalf of PowerStation Youth Centre | 14 Jul 21

Quartermaine's Terms at the Mary Wallace Theatre

After an 18 month postponement due to the pandemic, Quartermaine's Terms by Simon Gray opens at your riverside theatre this week on Saturday 17 July.

Community news on behalf of Richmond Shakespeare Society | 13 Jul 21

Success for Walbrook Rowing Club

Walbrook is a traditional rowing club based on the Thames near Trowlock island. The club uses a fantastic four mile stretch of water up to Molesey Lock taking in both Kingston and Hampton Court.

Community news on behalf of Walbrook Rowing Club | 13 Jul 21

Star Cells light up the borough with flash mob

Professional contemporary and urban dancers with London’s Combination Dance Company and the Rambert School performed an eye-catching flash mob across the borough on Saturday 10 July.

Community news on behalf of Combination Dance Company | 13 Jul 21

Take the idling action driver survey

Idling Action London are conducting research into vehicle idling and air pollution in London.

Community news on behalf of Idling Action London | 08 Jul 21

Teddington Theatre Club wins £25,000 jackpot in Get Lucky Local community lottery

Teddington Theatre Club have been celebrating in style after a massive win of the £25,000 jackpot in Richmond's community lottery, Get Lucky Local.

Community news on behalf of Get Lucky Local Lottery | 08 Jul 21

Royal Parks launch Help Nature Thrive campaign

The new campaign has been launched to urge visitors to help nature thrive in the borough's green spaces. A bird spotting photography competition is running to support this.

Community news on behalf of Royal Parks | 07 Jul 21

This week is Swift Awareness Week

3 to 11 July marks Swift Awareness Week. Swift populations nationally have declined by 62% in the last 25 years.

Community news on behalf of Action for Swifts | 07 Jul 21

Long COVID: Share your experiences

Have you experienced long-term effects of coronavirus? Have they lasted weeks or even months? If so, HealthWatch Richmond and the NHS want to hear from you.

Community news on behalf of HealthWatch Richmond | 07 Jul 21

Re-establishing Barnes Football Club

Barnes Football Club was founded in 1862 and had great importance in the development of football in 19th century. The club took part in first ever FA Cup in 1871-72 with 15 consecutive editions of the competition.

Community news on behalf of Barnes Football Club | 07 Jul 21

Free ESOL Level 3 Qualification for Londoners

Do you help your community with language and literacy skills? Don't miss a great opportunity to get a free qualification.

Community news on behalf of Twin Employment and Training UK | 05 Jul 21

Richmond Music Trust are hiring!

Richmond Music Trust are seeking dedicated and motivated singing teachers to join their hard working team from September.

Community news on behalf of Richmond Music Trust | 04 Jul 21

Schools to Market at Whole Foods Market Richmond

School Food Matters would like to invite you to meet some very enterprising young people from your community.

Community news on behalf of School Food Matters | 02 Jul 21

EU Settled Status: understand your rights

Citizens Advice Richmond is hosting a free online webinar for EU/EEA citizens which will cover everything you need to know about your rights in the UK after Brexit, including Settled Status. The webinar takes place on Tuesday 27 July 2021 at 2.30pm.

Community news on behalf of Citizens Advice Richmond | 02 Jul 21

Sing and play at the Richmond Opera Workshop

Join Richmond Opera for a day of singing and play on Saturday 24 July at the Vineyard Main Hall in Richmond.

Community news on behalf of Richmond Opera | 01 Jul 21

Landmark Arts Centre to host Richmond Orchestra Summer Concert

The Landmark Arts Centre in Teddington will welcome guests back for the Summer Concert on 11 July.

Community news on behalf of Landmark Arts Centre | 01 Jul 21

The Sunday afternoon concert series at St Anne’s Church continues this weekend

High quality musical entertainment is on offer at St Anne’s Church on Kew Green this Sunday 4 July.

Community news on behalf of St Anne’s Church | 01 Jul 21

Kew Village Market takes place this Sunday

Enjoy over 40 stalls selling the finest food and handmade crafts, and a live band playing at the market from 10am to 2pm on Sunday 4 July.

Community news on behalf of Kew Village Market | 01 Jul 21

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Updated: 24 Mar 2021