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Richmond Work Match are delighted to have had over 300 local people attend the event. With 35 exhibitors showcasing a wide range of jobs and training opportunities, the event has proven to be a success.

Council news | 27 Jan 23

The free walk-in event (11.30am to 2.30pm) will feature representatives from local organisations sharing information about their services and interactive taster sessions focused on wellbeing.

Council news | 26 Jan 23

Richmond Council is continuing to roll out its food waste recycling scheme to properties in the borough with communal waste and recycling facilities. A further 3,300 properties will receive food waste collections by the end of March 2023.

Council news | 26 Jan 23

Holocaust Memorial Day on 27 January is an international day for remembering the six million Jews murdered during the Holocaust, alongside the millions of other people killed under Nazi persecution of other groups and during more recent genocides in Cambodia, Rwanda, Bosnia and Darfur.

Council news | 25 Jan 23

Teddington residents are encouraged to take part in ‘Bring a Dish’ event to build connections with the community.

Council news | 23 Jan 23

As part of the Richmond Neighbourhood Policing Week, we have arranged a catalytic converter and bike marking event to try to help combat the thefts that have been occurring across the Borough.

Council news | 23 Jan 23

Richmond Council has approved the funds needed to deliver the Twickenham Riverside redevelopment.

Council news | 20 Jan 23

The Richmond Work Match team will deliver a free session for residents, sharing tips on how to manage financial challenges.

Council news | 20 Jan 23

Cllr Alexander Ehmann, Chair of Richmond Council's Transport and Air Quality Committee, has written to the Department for Transport and South Western Railway, calling for serious consideration to be given to the impact of the rail strikes and associated service failures on communities in Richmond upon Thames.

Council news | 19 Jan 23

Residents can access information and advice from local health services, clinical services like flu and COVID-19 jabs and blood pressure checks, and free refreshments.

Council news | 19 Jan 23

The council is offering free training to everyone living, working and studying in the borough to increase safety in public spaces.

Council news | 18 Jan 23

Join us for an evening of talks and a film screening to commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day.

Council news | 18 Jan 23

Richmond property-owners are encouraged to take part in a forum to learn more about essential landlord services and discuss the issues they face.

Council news | 18 Jan 23

We are working to enhance our Tier 2 Adult Weight Management (AWM) Programme, providing focused support for people to lose weight safely.

Council news | 17 Jan 23

The Met Office has issued a Level 3 Cold Weather Alert in London, in anticipation of severe cold weather and icy conditions.

Council news | 17 Jan 23

The 'Come and have a chat about your health' bus will be visiting Barnes this Friday 20 January to offer flu and COVID-19 vaccines to those eligible, answer any health-related questions and offer free COVID-19 testing kits.

Council news | 16 Jan 23

The first Employ Richmond event will provide free jobs and skills training for local jobseekers and employers.

Council news | 16 Jan 23

In July 2021, Richmond Upon Thames Council launched an Employment and Skills strategy in response to the COVID-19 crisis and its effects on the local labour market. The strategy outlined how the Council can help combat some of the challenges brought on by the pandemic and ensure that its core objectives are being achieved.  

Council news | 13 Jan 23

Have you come across an inspiring individual, organisation or business that has made Richmond upon Thames and their local community a better place? If so, you can now nominate them for the 2022 Community Heroes Awards.

Council news | 12 Jan 23

A Torch Walk and ‘walk and talk’ with the Met Police are taking place in Ham to raise awareness of violence against women and improve safety for female residents.

Council news | 12 Jan 23

Nine new homes have been constructed at Edgar Road on the Hounslow Heath Estate by Richmond Housing Partnership (RHP) to help Richmond upon Thames achieve its goal of ensuring the delivery of great quality, genuinely affordable homes.

Council news | 12 Jan 23

In celebration of Great Mental Health Day on Friday 27 January, we are partnering with Ruils and Richmond Borough Mind to host a free community health and wellbeing event at Whitton Community Centre.

Council news | 11 Jan 23

Residents in and around Hampton and Richmond will be able to access a COVID-19 or flu jab at two upcoming pop-up clinics on Saturday 28 January, being held at both the Tangley Park Children’s Centre and Richmond and Hillcroft Adult Community College.

Council news | 11 Jan 23

We spoke with Richmond resident John, who shares his experiences of hosting Ukrainian guests and the reasons why he encourages others to do the same.

Council news | 09 Jan 23

We have been able to allocate £3m to supporting people in the borough through the financial storm. This means we can deliver frontline support to those in need.

Council news | 09 Jan 23

Kingston Road in Teddington (TW11) is now reopened.

Council news | 09 Jan 23

Due to the ongoing repair works to the sinkhole on Kingston Road, these roadworks have been postponed until the sinkhole repairs are completed and Kingston Road is fully reopened. Timelines for the repair works on Kingston Road are currently unconfirmed.

Council news | 06 Jan 23

From May, the UK government will require voters to show photo ID at the polling station.

Council news | 05 Jan 23

Residents are being offered free bystander training to provide them with the tools to safely intervene when they see problematic behaviour occurring.

Council news | 04 Jan 23

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Updated: 13 May 2022