Archives from March 2013

Event Reminder: Easter Party for Under 4s - 10 April 2013

For Sanity’s Sake - the local activity website for kids, are organising a Easter Party on Wednesday, 10th April 2013 for children 4 months - under 4 years with The Little Gym and Happy Potter.

27 March 2013 | around_town

Event Reminder: St Margarets Fair Charity Concert - 26 March 2013

The St Margarets Elastic Band and St Stephens Community Choir are doing an Easter Fund Raiser for the St Margarets Fair. Funds go to the four local schools, three local charities and the Christmas pensioners party in the Turks.

14 March 2013 | around_town

The Statue

Local cartophiles[1] and others with a damp afternoon and nothing else to do will be interested to learn that the small slice of paradise that we call home sits within four church parishes - St Mary’s to the south, St Stephens to the east, All Hallows to the west and the gloriously named St Margarets-on-Thames to the north.

14 March 2013 | around_town

My St Margarets Magazine - May 2013 Edition Deadlines

The St Margarets Traders Association are currently planning the next edition of the My St Margarets Magazine. The edition intends to help support the Friends of the Turner House in St Margarets and to help raise funds and awareness of the challenges they face to complete the much needed renovations and repairs to the house.

14 March 2013 | around_town

Local Rugbytots Classes

Rugbytots is the first UK rugby specific play programme for young children, aimed at both boys and girls. Rugbytots is weekly play session for children between the ages of 2 and 7 years. Started by rugby playing parents and teachers; Rugbytots is unique and innovative in its approach to child development.

14 March 2013 |

Event Reminder: Holi at Orleans House Gallery - 23 March 2013

Holi, the Spring Festival of Colour

Orleans House Gallery will once again be alive with colour and festivity to celebrate HOLI, the Spring festival of colour, on Saturday 23rd March 2013!

13 March 2013 | around_town

Local Job Vacancies: Forest School Leader and Assistant - Wild Education

Forest School is an ethos of education encouraging child led learning in a natural environment. Research shows that children generally learn more effectively in the outdoors, gain in confidence and self esteem, are more balanced, more able to concentrate, show more consideration to others, greater social capability and better coordination. They are learning in a pleasant, natural, fun and less stressful environment with a wealth of opportunities to suit all learning styles.

12 March 2013 | around_town

TRAG Gets Permission to Appeal Twickenham Station Development

We are delighted to report that the Court of Appeal has given TRAG permission to appeal against the judgment of the High Court in favour of the Council’s decision to approve Solum Regeneration’s high rise scheme for the redevelopment of Twickenham Station. Lord Justice Sullivan declared that he believes one of the grounds within our overall appeal argument “has a real prospect of success”.

12 March 2013 | news

Turing House School Application Progressing

The Turing House School is a proposed Free School that is seeking funding to create a new secondary school. Their preferred site is Building 2 at the National Physical Laboratory (NPL), which overlooks the NPL Sports Ground in Teddington.

12 March 2013 | news

Friends of Moormead Officially Formed

The Friends of Moormead was formally inaugurated at a well attended meeting at the Turks Head on Tuesday 5th March 2013. The appointment to the Committee of those who had offered to serve was confirmed by the members. Stephen Alexander and Mandie Adams McGuire were elected Chairman and vice Chairman. The other officers required will be appointed later. The Constitution, as required by LBRuT was adopted.

8 March 2013 | news

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