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Recycle your Christmas tree

Residents of Richmond Borough can throughout January have their Christmas trees easily recycled free of charge using the Council’s tree collection ...

Waldegrave Road roundabout consultation

Richmond Council is currently undergoing a consultation into plans to improve safety at the mini roundabout that junctions Waldegrave Road and High...

Teddington Lights Up 2012 – highlights

Another year, another hugely popular Lights-Up evening! The cold weather didn’t seem to keep too many fans of Christmas at home and streets w...

Planning Update

Plans for different aspects of the Nando’s near Travelodge have been granted permission so this restaurant chain will definitely be opening i...

Christmas Lights Up 2012

This year’s Lights-Up evening takes place this Thursday 29th November 2012 and will see comedian Tim Vine hit the switch along with deputy ma...

Littlest Star turns one today

A year ago today a Star was born. Teddington Baptist Church minister Richard Littledale sent out a tweet exactly a year ago that led to a small arm...

London Elects – Mayor & London Assembly Elections

On Thursday 3rd May 2012, those eligible will be able to vote for the Mayor of London and the 25 members of the London Assembly. Voter turnout in t...

TLC Family – where loyalty lives locally

Local mums Felicity Smith and Kat Smith have set-up a member service and loyalty card for families to use locally and support our great independent...

Trolleybus film re-created for open day

As part of the preparations for Trolleybus 50, local cameraman Alan Benns and crew have filmed a recreation of the 1931 classic ‘Twickenham t...

Crime Update

It has been recently noted how staff at Teddington police station are doing well despite battling staff shortages due to heavy ongoing London aid r...

Analogue TV signal switch-off

After 75 of service, the analogue TV signal for London has now been switched off, leaving some owners of some TVs and aerials with the need to retu...

NPL Sports Club 100th birthday weekend

NPL Sports Club are celebrating a huge milestone this weekend, having been in existence for 100 years! On 21st and 22nd of April 2012, everyone fro...

High Street Update

Work on the new Travelodge hotel continues in the heart of Teddington and the first signs of external changes have started to appear – the br...

Somerset House demolition causing phone issues

Boards went up around Somerset House site recently to start work on demolition to pave way for the new controversial development. The site was rece...

Yoplay – teaching Spanish to young children

Whilst helping out at a local nursery attended by her daughter, Ana, a Spanish teacher, found that other children were really interested in enjoyin...

Diners Delight celebrates 20 year milestone

Diners Delight will soon be celebrating the 20 year anniversary of their name being proudly displayed above their welcoming front door. To mark the...

Ham Hydro on track to start construction in April

Ham Hydro’s hydro-electric scheme is on track to start construction in April 2012. Current estimates for the cost of Europe’s biggest r...

Fire at The Loft closes Broad Street

A fire broke out tonight at The Loft tonight just after 8pm. Neighbours raised the alarm and fire engines were soon on the scene – breaking i...

Landmark Autumn Art Fair 2011

This weekend sees the welcome return of the Autumn Art Fair at the Landmark Arts Centre (15/16th October 10am-5pm). The historic venue is one of th...

Surprise guest at Al Borgo restaurant

Al Borgo restaurant had a surprise guest on Friday night! A table for 14 people was booked for 9:45pm and at 10:25pm, when owners were just about t...

Queen Dowager pub closes for good

The Queen Dowager pub closed it’s doors for the last time on Saturday after being sold to property developers. A series of landlords in recen...

Crime Update

Latest news from your local Safer Neighbourhood Police team: they always encourage local residents and businesses to get in touch with any crime co...

New blue plaque unveiled

London’s latest English Heritage blue plaque was unveiled recently on the side of a Teddington building to commemorate mountaineer pioneer Ed...

Ham Hydro talk this Friday

Ham Hydro’s plans to install hydro power turbines at Teddington are powering along nicely. Once complete, the project will generate clean ele...

First council meeting online for viewing

Last week Richmond Council kicked off a pilot scheme to webcast videos of council meetings live and archive these online. A short prayer was said b...

High street update

News that Scarpetta has closed has shocked regulars who have been turning up to eat at their favorite restaurant over the past week to find the win...

Proposed high street junction changes

Richmond Council Highways & Transport department has mocked up proposals for changes to a major Teddington town centre junction. The plan is to...

Walliams vs The Thames

If you haven’t yet heard, comedian David Walliams is currently attempting a swim of the entire length of the river Thames for the Big Splash ...

Peel2Save cards now on sale

Local mum Sue Burton is trying to raise £50,000 for charity over the course of a year with fundraising discount card peel2save. You might have see...

Local voluntary care group coffee morning

The Teddington and Hampton Wick Voluntary Care Group are calling for volunteers. The group was raising awareness and appealing for donations at thi...

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