Archives from August 2014

Missing person: Alice Gross

Please help look for Alice Gross, age 14, from Hanwell. She was last heard from at 3.00pm 28 August 2014, and doesn’t have her Oyster card, keys or card. Her phone is off and she hasn’t been with her friends that we are aware of. She is very vulnerable and we are all really worried about her. She’s wearing blue jeans and a dark green knitted cardigan.

31 August 2014 | news

Marble Hill's Wadih Chourey Faces Deportation

Down’s syndrome boy faces being deported from Britain after 17 years - because his parents died

Wadih Chourey, 44, moved to the UK in 1997 with his mum, dad and two brothers, because he was being mentally and physically abused by local gangs in Beirut

A man with Down’s syndrome who has lived in Britain for 17 years faces being deported - because his parents died.

31 August 2014 | news

GASS Day is Coming - 6 September 2014

There are times when the stuff that we accumulate around ourselves threatens to take over our lives. Shelves groan under the weight of unread books and record racks creak with unplayed CDs. Cupboards are stuffed with things that we don’t even know we had and wardrobes are hung with clothes that went out of fashion when David Bowie abandoned the 3 inch stack heel for lounge suits. What can we do about it all?

21 August 2014 | around_town

In their Footsteps: Richmond's First World War - Orleans House Gallery

This exhibition, created by young people, launches the borough’s four-year commemoration of the First World War Centenary.

The exhibition focuses on the First World War heritage of the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames. Working with photographer Othello De Souza Hartley and designer Jasleen Kaur, young people have explored the stories and histories through people and places and the impact of the War in the locality. These stories have been brought to life through objects, artworks, creative writing and photographic recreations of narrative events.

21 August 2014 | around_town

French and Spanish Tuition - Spaces Now Available

Local tutor Kate Campbell has spaces available from September for French and Spanish tuition. Kate has experience of preparing students for French and Spanish GCSE and International GCSE exams as well as teaching adult beginners and children at Key Stages 2 and 3.

21 August 2014 | around_town

Kiddikicks Classes in East Twickenham

Kiddikicks wholeheartedly aims to keep children playing sport long into adulthood by giving them a positive introduction to sport using the Kiddikicks syllabus of super-fun football developing real football skills and life skills in a safe, creative environment. The Kiddikicks syllabus is constantly evolving to keep up with the latest thinking and children’s bodies and minds.

17 August 2014 | editorial

What to Help Make a Film?

The Isabella Plantation Access Project

An exciting opportunity we have for young people between 16-24 living local to Richmond Park who have an interest and would like to learn about film making.

This summer, Groundwork London is partnering with The Royal Parks, working with young creatives to produce a film about the Isabella Plantation, a woodland garden, full of exotic plants within Richmond Park.

14 August 2014 | around_town

Isleworth Promenade: Do You Like the Change?

At the request of local residents, Richmond Council’s Community Links Team organised two conservation volunteer work days with local residents and Councillors along Isleworth Promenade on Friday 1st and Sunday 3rd managed by the Thames Landscape Strategy and South West London Environment Network. We would like to thank all the volunteers who participated and the passers-by who stopped to offer moral support as well as the Council’s parks contractor Continental Landscapes who August. These conservation volunteer work days were removed all the cut material.

14 August 2014 | news

New Yoga-Fitness Courses for September 2014

Surviving the summer holidays? Need to re-energise, rejuvenate and relax?

14 August 2014 |

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