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EU citizens - find out how to apply for British nationality

Join Citizens Advice Richmond’s next online webinar for EU citizens living, working or studying in Richmond upon Thames.

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8 April 2021 | news

Munira secures additional funding for SEN

Munira delivers on key election pledge to secure additional funding for children with special educational needs in Richmond and Twickenham.

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18 March 2021 | news

Deer Park School ready to welcome pupils

Pupils from Deer Park School will be able to move into their new school building next month, as teachers get ready to be handed the keys to their permanent home in East Twickenham, after over five years in temporary facilities.

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18 March 2021 | news

20 mph borough-wide scheme hailed a success

Roads in Richmond upon Thames have seen speeds fall, following the roll-out of a borough-wide 20mph speed limit.

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17 March 2021 | news

Get your postal vote applications in early

Residents are being encouraged to apply for their postal vote for this year’s re-scheduled elections as soon as possible, to ensure that their applications are processed in time.

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15 March 2021 | news

Wilson meets university leaders to head-off damaging Government funding cuts

This week Munira Wilson, MP for Twickenham, met with Anthony McClaran - Vice-Chancellor of St Mary’s University and Diana Beech - CEO of London Higher.

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4 March 2021 | news

Richmond Council supports over 6,000 residents with 100% Council Tax relief

Richmond upon Thames has been able to provide 100% Council Tax reductions for 6,309 residents, providing a financial lifeline for many during the COVID-19 pandemic, Richmond’s Full Council heard at the annual Budget Meeting on Tuesday night. This discretionary support is over and above statutory relief, for example to student households.

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4 March 2021 | news

Hundreds of EU nationals risk not being able to stay settled status

EU nationals living in the borough risk not being able to remain in the UK if they do not apply for settled status by the 31st June 2021.

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3 March 2021 | news

Secondary school places announced

Over 2,000 Richmond upon Thames parents who applied for a secondary school place for their children will have received the outcome of their application Monday, 1st March.

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2 March 2021 | news

Local case tracing enhances the capability of NHS Test and Trace

Local case tracing in Richmond has now reached 680 residents who had tested positive for Covid-19, helping to break chains of transmission in the borough.

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2 March 2021 | news

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