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Pop-up Coronavirus test centre available in Richmond this August

People who think they may have contracted Coronavirus can get tested at a temporary pop-up testing centre in Old Deer Park, at selected dates this August.

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3 August 2020 | news

First rainbow crossings unveiled

Two rainbow crossings have been unveiled in the borough, as the Council shows its support for the borough’s LGBTQ community.

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23 July 2020 | news

Reassurances sought as Royal Parks announce plans to reduce traffic

In response to Royal Parks decision to restrict through-traffic in Bushy and Richmond Park, Richmond Council has requested Royal Parks support for detailed monitoring of the impacts of these six-month trials.

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13 July 2020 | news

New Strawberry Hill House director - Derek Purnell

Strawberry Hill House, Horace Walpole’s 18th century gothic villa in Twickenham, today announces the appointment of Derek Purnell as Director.

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9 July 2020 | news

Register to vote

Don’t lose your voice - residents in Richmond upon Thames are urged to look out for their voter registration details from the Council.

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3 July 2020 | news

Richmond Council creates outbreak plan

A plan to supress future COVID-19 outbreaks in Richmond upon Thames has been published this week.

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3 July 2020 | news

Richmond Council challenges scaremongering Covid19 article

Richmond upon Thames is not currently at risk of another lockdown - despite reports in a national newspaper today.

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30 June 2020 | news

Wilson calls on Government to reward Social Care staff

Munira Wilson, MP for Twickenham, has urged the Government to honour the “immense sacrifice and service” that social care workers have made for this country during the pandemic.

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30 June 2020 | news

One-year countdown to apply for Settled Status

Many thousands of EU nationals based in Richmond have applied to remain in the UK under the European Union Settlement Scheme (EUSS), but as today marks the one-year countdown to apply, Richmond Council reports that there are still many more who are yet to start the process.

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30 June 2020 | news

Kew Road barriers to be made semi-permanent

The recently installed water barriers on Kew Road, put in to ensure the mandatory cycle lane was protected from parking transgressions as Kew Gardens reopened, will be upgraded with to a semi-permanent cycle lane, now that Richmond Council has secured funds for the changes from Transport for London (TfL).

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25 June 2020 | news

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