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Our white Bengal cat went missing this week.
We live on Kenley Rd and she is very much missed.
She has thick white fur with dark grey marble markings and a distinctive squeaky miaow. She is shy and will be scared to be lost.
Please call 07966620652 if you think you have found her.
Or tell a local vet in st Margaret's as they know about her too.
Her name is Bula and we are desperate to find her.
Thank you, daisy.
We have heard that Bula has been found.
Apologies if this has already been covered. The Parking bays outside 81-89 St Margarets road (opposite the Barons) have been suspended from 18 August -31 December 2012. This is a lot of bays to remove for a very long period from an area with insufficient parking (and not helped by other local works going on.)
The Council sign says Road Works but there have been none and none are planned just there (looking it up on TfL and Thames Water). So I phoned the Parking team and was told it was done on an order from "the Civic Centre". If I want an explanation I have to write in to "The Civic Centre". If the parking team do not know why they have issued the order, who does?
Council policy generally is that bays cannot be suspended for more than 15 days. This is 4.5months. Anyone know what is going on?
We have a son who is very, very interested in Pokemon... but all the leagues are pretty far away. Are there any interested people out in Richmond Borough? Perhaps we could set up a casual, regular game?
If so, please email: email@example.com
Does anyone know what time the Olympic Torch will be going up the river past marble hill on friday morning?
Hi there - my name is Joanna and I live above the Carpet Shop. Our black and white male cat Coco has gone missing. He is a house cat, but is allowed out onto our roof - but has not been seen since Thursday 24th May at about 6am, so we think he may have fallen down and got stuck, or not figured how to get back up to us, as we have no cat flap on the ground floor. If you could keep your eyes peeled, that would be great. We will give a reward to anyone who helps us find him! My number is 07801982908 and Richards number is 07958354681. Thanks so much.
Hi everyone - just to let you know that we found him safe and sound hiding from the foxes in our neighbours garden at 3 in the morning!
I hope i am posting my hello in the right place to everyone one... just want to say I am looking forward to exploring this wonderful site...
Hi Maggy, it's a bit quiet here but don't be too disheartened...we're probably all in the pub :)
Having given up on freecycle & ebay I am hoping to find somewhere close by that has a car boot sale...i think they should use the stadium car park, but if anyone knows of one that would be great. I have loads of stuff to get rid of!
Hi I'm a newbie so don't know if I'm on the rite part of the site so apologies in advance if not.I use to have a friend who came and lived in saint Margaret's in the late 70s as some of us are having a reunion I would love to make contact again,we have tried other forums and phone book ect but have had no luck as the lady we are trying to contact may have married her name would have changed so making it dificult to trace, any help or idea's on how to find a lost friend from st Margaret's would be much appreciated.
perhaps giving her name and some details about her might help?
Some of you may have read about my novel 'The White Rajah' in the St Margarets Magazine.
The local History Reading Group are interested in discussing the book but they try to stick to books that are available in local libraries. Richmond's libraries don't stock 'The White Rajah' (unless you count the copy I gave them today).
It would be really helpful if they did. Could you request that they do so, using the online form at richmond.firmstep.com/default.aspx/RenderForm/?HideToolbar=1&F.Name=j8h4miz6wku or by getting a Stock Request form from the library? It doesn't cost anything and it would be appreciated.
I am happy to announce that Our Roots Trust (ORT) is now registered with the Charity Commission for England and Wales under No. 1140623
ORT has been engaged in Humanitarian Action funded from private resources since 2004; formal registration will provide greater scope for engagement in humanitarian work. I will be delighted to hear from anyone who may wish to support or participate with us in this work.
Jerry Kubica (Trustee)
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