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Council warns about private security companies

The Leader of Richmond Council and local Police have warned residents to be careful about signing-up with the private security companies who have been canvassing residents of Richmond upon Thames.

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15 October 2020 | news

Community Fund now open for funding applications

Do you have a big idea about a project for the area where you live but get stuck on how to pay for it? Why not apply now for the Richmond Community Fund?

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13 October 2020 | news

Test and Trace Support Payment is introduced

If you are unable to work as a result of testing positive for Coronavirus, or have been told to self-isolate by the NHS, you might be eligible for a one-off £500 payment.

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12 October 2020 | news

Council questions accuracy of Covid-19 data

The Leader of Richmond Council, Cllr Gareth Roberts, is calling for an urgent review of the accuracy of the Covid-19 data after Richmond Council discovered that a large proportion of the positive cases in the borough are individuals who had their tests conducted far away from the area.

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9 October 2020 | news

Help ETNA Community Centre create a Sensory Garden

Help ETNA Community Centre create a Sensory Garden

Help us to create a Sensory Garden for Twickenham by purchasing a fabulous, limited edition photographic montage entitled ‘Aspects of Twickenham’ by professional photographer Emma Durnford.

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7 October 2020 | news

Extra support for access to food and essentials

Over 120,000 pounds has been awarded to three local voluntary organisations to support residents who are struggling to afford food and other essentials due to Covid-19.

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6 October 2020 | news

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

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

Have your say about community safety

Residents are invited to join the Council and Police and have their say on community safety issues, sharing their ideas on local priorities in a series of virtual community engagement events.

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21 September 2020 | news

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