Archives from September 2020

Reduce carbon footprint with 5k voucher

Richmond Council is urging residents to take steps towards reducing the carbon footprint of their property by applying for a Green Homes Grant voucher.

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30 September 2020 | around_town

Pop up bike mechanic sessions

Free ‘Dr Bike’ servicing session will be returning next month to Richmond Green.

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30 September 2020 | around_town

Line-up announced for the 2020 Literature Festival

In a year when books have never been more important, find out what’s going on throughout November for this year’s Literature Festival.

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30 September 2020 | around_town

New podcast on young people’s mental health

Listen to the 13-minute-long episode by searching Talk Richmond on your podcast app or by visiting the Council’s website to hear an honest account of what it feels like to be a teenager living through the Coronavirus pandemic and the help that is available locally through services such as Off the Record Twickenham.

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29 September 2020 | news

Coronavirus guidance: students

Richmond Council is working hard to support local universities and colleges as they plan to welcome back students to the borough safely this Autumn.

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25 September 2020 | news

Cycle training with ‘Pedal Up’

Pedal Up are running safe cycle training courses over October Half Term and Weekends.

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25 September 2020 | around_town

The Battle of Britain 2020

So here we are - late September 2020, nervously awaiting the possibility of a second wave of coronavirus. There are some out there who think that the entire thing is a hoax, a conspiracy cooked up by Bill Gates and others to place us under some form of mind control helped along by 5G radio waves and contaminated vaccines. There are others who are convinced that social lockdowns and strict COVID protocols are just the first step towards the final removal of all our civil liberties by an authoritarian government. People are anxious, confused and angry. What optimism we have lurks on the back burner.

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24 September 2020 | around_town

Fly tipping at Railshead Road

The following was passed along to us by a local resident who is trying to get Richmond Council to fix the problem of fly tipping at the recycling point at Railshead Road.

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23 September 2020 | around_town

Celebrate the heroes in your community

Do you know inspirational individual, group, or business who deserves recognition for the work they have done in their community? Well we want you to tell us about them!

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22 September 2020 | around_town

Richmond Council wants to fight dirty

A new campaign against litter and street urination has been launched after figures show that the bill for picking up waste dumped on the street is costing local taxpayers nearly £3m a year.

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21 September 2020 | news

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