Archives from May 2007

Beating Bowel Cancer's Summer Events

Beating Bowel Cancer is a national charity based in St Margarets and are currently targeting the London Borough of Richmond to raise awareness of the symptoms of bowel cancer, it is the second biggest cancer killer yet over half the population are unaware of it but if caught early has a 90% success rate.

24 May 2007 | around_town

Rock 'n' Roll Vocalists Needed!

Local drape jacketed rock ‘n’ roll band ‘Nark Drool and the Shudders’ have been playing around the Twickenham area for over 10 years. You’ll next be able to catch them in full 1950’s action at the St. Margarets Fair on Saturday 14th July.

24 May 2007 | around_town

St Margarets CPZ : Letter on 'Stopping up order'

We have received the following letter regarding the odd inclusion on in the CPZ survey about the road behind Taylor’d Lighting on St Margarets Road.

21 May 2007 | news

St Margarets' Controlled Parking Zone Survey Circulated

The St Margarets Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) Survey was distributed this weekend. Residents given the survey have until 15 June 2007 to complete it. The CPZ was a major issue in the last election and remains a divisive issue for the community.

We want to know what you think, so please:

21 May 2007 | news

Event Reminder : Local Artist Jim Diamond at The Bull's Head

Hit vocalist Jim Diamond and guitarist Ronnie Johnson are appearing in a must-see gig at The Bulls Head in Barnes on Saturday 26th May 2007.

19 May 2007 | around_town

Death of a Local Postman

“It is with great sadness that I am writing to report the tragic death of James “Mario” Seebrook, who was the son of a close friend of mine. James had been missing for a few weeks before he was found. He was a well liked member of the community, being a local postman, who always had a good word for everyone. He will be sadly missed.”

18 May 2007 | news

Site News: New Forum

We have changed the forum software; however, you shouldn’t have to re-register – unless you had a username or email address that was from a Russian spam house or contained ‘xxx’, ‘hodia’, ‘cheap_rx’ or anything similar questionable.

17 May 2007 | editorial

Coach House Cafe Looking for Help

Coach House Cafe

17 May 2007 | around_town

Still Want to Learn & Play Bridge?

The Learn & Play Bridge group (see article) at the Coach House Cafe in Marble Hill Park got off to a quiet start on Friday morning 11th May with a table of players enjoying a game. Bridge teacher Ned Paul who has set up the weekly group with the support of the cafe commented: “Time flew by as we got to grips with a few basic hands, although we were able to pause a long enough to have a cup of excellent coffee and a delicious piece of cake. I’d like a few more players to join in. The group is ideal for anyone who would like to start bridge or for those who have played before but whose knowledge is a bit precarious. The group is going forward on an informal basis where you need only attend those Fridays when you are free. I’ll ensure that everybody who comes progresses whatever your starting standard and however many sessions you can attend.”

17 May 2007 | around_town

Event Reminder : The Way of the World

There’s a time-travel opportunity coming up soon, for one week only, at the Mary Wallace Theatre. On May 19th Twickenham’s delightful club theatre will be transformed into an early 1700s playhouse, for William Congreve’s The Way of the World

10 May 2007 | around_town

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