Archives from July 2021

Disney inspired games for kids this summer

This summer, Public Health England has partnered with Disney to help get kids active in the school holidays by playing 10 minute Shake Up games. The Shake Up games are inspired by favourite characters from Frozen, Toy Story and Marvel.

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30 July 2021 | around_town

Support and advice available for young people this summer with Getting It On

Getting It On is dedicated to helping teenagers in South West London with issues such as sexual and mental health, relationship problems, drugs and alcohol.

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29 July 2021 | around_town

Funding to help Richmond upon Thames be more active

Local organisations are invited to apply for funding through the Active Richmond Fund to boost the borough’s offering of activities that improve people’s health and wellbeing.

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29 July 2021 | around_town

COVID-19 testing available this August 2021

People who are displaying symptoms of COVID-19, or have had a positive lateral flow test, are reminded that they can also get tested at the temporary testing centre in Old Deer Park on selected dates this August.

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29 July 2021 | news

A316 London Road Roundabout consultation report

From 6 February 2020 to 19 March 2020 we held a public consultation on our proposals to make changes at the A316 London Road roundabout in St Margarets, Twickenham. The proposals included measures to improve safety at the roundabout as follows:

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29 July 2021 | news

Royal Parks Mission Invertebrate Roadshow comes to Richmond and Bushy Parks

Discover the fascinating world of the borough’s bugs this summer as the Royal Parks’ Mission: Invertebrate comes to Richmond upon Thames. Ideal for kids this summer.

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28 July 2021 | around_town

Marble Hill Summer 2021 Tennis Programme

Now in its 8th year, Marble Hill Park is now taking registrations for the following tennis camps.

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22 July 2021 | around_town

Council appoints Cllr Khosa as first White Ribbon Champion

Richmond Council has appointed Councillor Ben Khosa as its first White Ribbon Champion, with the role of driving forward the borough’s work to tackle violence against women and girls (VAWG).

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22 July 2021 | news

Great British summer shire carriage rides in Bushy Park

Make the most of our Great British Summer with a glorious carriage ride in Bushy Park on weekends during August. The Royal Parks Shires will be put to a stunning Charabanc, evoking memories of times gone by.

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21 July 2021 | around_town

Conservatives level down London universities

Only days after Boris Johnson gave a speech where he insisted that “levelling up is not a jam-spreading operation. It’s not robbing Peter to pay Paul”, he has done exactly that to London’s students.

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21 July 2021 | news

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