Archive of posts from March 2011

Have you heard THE MINISTER OF CHANCE yet?

Have you heard THE MINISTER OF CHANCE yet?

Minister of Chance logo

Well, you should.

Masterminded from Amyand Park Road, Clare Eden and Bruce Collingwood have created a whole new thing, a modern radio-play.

For the first time high quality audio drama is available directly to the public as an mp3 download so you can listen at any time that suits — on a computer/mp3 player/ipod/kindle etc… An award winning production team creates the innovative MINISTER OF CHANCE starring Jenny Agutter, Paul McGann,Sylvester McCoy and with local resident Julian Wadham in the title role.

31 March 2011 | around_town

Kate and Will Cheese Plate Contest from Yellowwedge Cheese

Poster

Excited about the Royal Wedding?
Looking for a fun activity for the
Easter Holidays?

31 March 2011 | around_town

Bell, Book and Handle

Richard and Bishop

Last Sunday, after ten years in suspension, ‘All Souls’ Church in Northcote Road was reinstated as the parish church for ‘St Margarets-upon-Thames’. After a simple ceremony involving a bell, a book and the handle on the old church door Revd. Richard Frank was also installed as its Vicar.

31 March 2011 | around_town

Twickenham Plant Fair this Saturday, 2 April 2011

At the Twickenham Farmers’ Market from 10am-2pm in Holly Road Car Park

31 March 2011 | around_town

Easter Holiday Activities 2011

Here are a few things you can do with your children this Easter break. If you have more, please email us at editor@stmargarets.london.

30 March 2011 | around_town

Event Reminder: Art Picnic Sugarcraft Workshop - 17 April 2011

cupcakes

With Sugar crafter Danielle Armstrong

Learn how to make Spring flowers from Sugar and decorate Easter cupcakes

During the workshop you will learn how to make miniature roses, spring flowers and Easter themed decorations such as bunnies and decorative hearts. Cupcakes will be provided for you to decorate during the day.

Please bring an apron and rolling pin. All other materials will be provided for your use on the day. Boxes will be available to purchase on the day to take your work home with you, but you could bring your own. Don’t forget to bring a picnic lunch too. Children over 7 years of age are welcome to join us.

ADVANCE BOOKING ESSENTIAL

30 March 2011 | around_town

Census Day!

Don’t forget to complete your Census today!

27 March 2011 | editorial

Event Announcement: Crown Road Summer Fair - 12 June 2011

Crown Road

A day of family fun and entertainment.

This years Community Fair takes place on Sunday 12th June 2011 in Crown Road from 11am-4pm.

27 March 2011 | news

Jet Harris

Brian's note

I first learned the news when my neighbour stuck a note through my door in the early hours of Saturday morning. It said “JET HARRIS has died of cancer aged 71.” He knew that I would be upset…

There wasn’t much about him in the papers and there are probably many reading this who are wondering, “Who He?” but for thousands of fans all over the world Jet Harris was the embodiment of everything that made early British rock ‘n’ roll so great. He was talented, he was mean, moody and magnificent but best of all, he played bass guitar with The Shadows.

25 March 2011 | around_town

The Friends publish the first Guide book to Richmond Park

Guide to Richmond Park cover

Although established by Charles I in 1637 and fully open to the public since 1872, Richmond Park – the largest of the Royal Parks – has not, until now, had its own guidebook. With the Park attracting nearly 3 million visitors per year, the Friends of Richmond Park (FRP) decided that this gap in the market should be filled and the result is The Guide to Richmond Park, a compact yet informative and broad-based 140-page handbook to be published on 28th March.

As Sir David Attenborough says in his foreword to the Guide: “Richmond Park is a very special place… (its) wildlife is exceptional particularly for somewhere so close to a major urban centre”.

25 March 2011 | news

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