Archive of posts from July 2006
Sgt Arif Malik, PC Alan Richens, PCSO Lucy Burt and PCSO Eugenia Venour met with some 25 local residents to discuss implementation of the Safer Neighbourhoods initiative. Wendy Kyle-Pope, the borough liaison between police and wards, whose remit is to improve communications, chaired the meeting. Future meetings will be chaired by Dr Jenny Atton, who also chairs the Cole Park Road Residents Association.
26 July 2006 | news
Octagon, the developers of the Brunnel Site have submitted a planning proposal to remove the 18th century water feature in front of Gordon House and replacing it with two small ponds, a road and a large paved area. The paved area appears to be for parking, instead of the previously planned and obviously more expensive underground parking.
25 July 2006 | news
Richmond Council is running a series of sports camps around the borough, a few are being run at Moormead. Children aged between 8 and 14 years can take part. Sports included are tennis, swimming, softball, football, cricket, basketball, trampolining, gymnastics and golf. The emphasis of the camps is on fun but all sports will include some element of coaching, with the exception of swimming which is purely a fun session. All sports are suitable for both boys and girls. All camps run from 10.00am – 3.00pm.
25 July 2006 | around_town
Councillor Ben Khosa has been in contact with Tesco regarding their deliveries to the St Margarets Road Tesco Express to understand and see if there could be further adjustments. The following was the Tesco response:
21 July 2006 | news
Wednesday, 19 July at 8pm in Winchester Hall at the Turk’s Head there is going to be a Police Liaison Group Meeting.
18 July 2006 | around_town
Sadly, only a day after the St Margarets Fair, which officially opened the new Moormead Park Playground and raised thousands for the ongoing restoration of the park’s pavilion, it was nearly destroyed.
18 July 2006 | news
7 July 2006 | around_town
Abigail has lived in St Margarets for six years, originally hailing from Scotland where she danced with Scottish Ballet, the country’s national ballet company.
Last year she opened Marble Hill Dance Studio, which started with 20 students and now boasts 70, all through word of mouth. Abigail decided to open the school as she felt the area was lacking a local dance school. The school has 100% pass rate in all examinations taken including the Vocational Graded Royal Academy of Dance Syllabus. The school is based at her husband’s pub — The Crown that is situated on Richmond Road. The function room has been specially equipped with mirrors and barres to accommodate dance lessons.
6 July 2006 | around_town
On Monday the 3rd of July there was the area consultation meeting for St Margarets and North Twickenham and Twickenham Riverside ward.
5 July 2006 | news
We are running a series of articles from Georgie Islip, a local resident and fitness and nutrition specialist who runs a personal training company, GeoLifestyle in the area. This second article is on ‘the benefits of exercise’…
The Benefits of Exercise
Exercise includes four core areas; these are cardiovascular fitness, flexibility, endurance and strength. Each component helps towards the feeling of well-being and healthiness.
5 July 2006 | around_town