Winter Sunset

Kew Sparkle

THE family Christmas event in Kew - last year it was on Friday 6th December from 5-8pm

Community Groups

Kew has numerous thriving community groups - get involved!

Kew Market

Held on the first Sunday of each month (except January), the village comes alive with over 45 stalls and music

Kew Sparkle

THE family Christmas event in Kew - this year it is on Friday 6th December from 5-8pm

Open Spaces

Lots of open spaces with the Green, the Thames and Richmond Park nearby

Oliver's Wholefoods

Kew Village

Kew has a real village feel with lovely shops and restaurants

Kew Midsummer Fete

Last year saw the 10th annual Kew Midsummer Fete, a great family day out that has raised over £150,000 for local charities.

Kew Bridge

Lots of open spaces with the Green, the Thames and Richmond Park nearby

Christmas 2019 and New Year 2020

Welcome to all friends and visitors to Kew

Our seasonal highlight is Kew Village Sparkle - all are welcome to join the festivities on Friday 6th December from 5pm. Christmas gift ideas, wonderful food, local shops open and entertainment including music and carousel rides. This year, Kew Sparkle supports The Vineyard Community Centre, which helps vulnerable local people. Our award-winning Kew Village Market is on Sunday 1st. Huge congratulations to their volunteers, as the Market – by popular vote – has won the People’s Choice category at the Richmond Business Awards. The Christmas market will be the biggest-yet with a record 54 stalls and seasonal music. The National Archives are taking a fascinating look at Christmas documents detailing Victorian traditions, the First World War Christmas Truce and the story of the Trafalgar Square Christmas Tree and there’s a session for youngsters about secret celebrations when Oliver Cromwell tried to ban Christmas! The social group Meet in Kew gathers on Thursday 12th December for drinks and chat at St Luke’s in the Avenue. Some wonderful music at St Anne’s Church – on December 5th the “In Flagrante” choir are in concert, - then on December 20th it’s Handel’s mighty “Messiah”, performed by baroque ensemble “Eloquenza”. New Year is greeted by the Wassail at Pensford Field on January 5th. This ancient English custom encourages drinking to the health of fruit trees and scaring away evil spirits!

There’s so much more happening in Kew, please visit our news link and events link sections, and we also feature local groups and businesses. Kewtw9 is a group of keen local volunteers – do get in touch if you want to share what’s happening, or to join our jolly team (meetings are fuelled with coffee and cake), so we can all enjoy bringing people together in Kew.

To find out what else is happening in Kew, please visit our news and events sections, and we also feature local groups and businesses. Kewtw9 is a group of keen local volunteers – do get in touch if you want to share what’s happening, or to join our jolly team (meetings are fuelled with coffee and cake), so we can all enjoy bringing people together in Kew.

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The new doctor’s surgery in Levett Square (Richmond Medical Group) has applied to the council planning department for a variation to it operating hours. The intention is to open the surgery from 8am to 8pm Monday to Friday, which seems to be beneficial to the wider community. You can see the details and register you…

Cuppa with a Copper

January 21 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

An opportunity to have a Cuppa with your local Cops.

Police Liaison Group Meeting

January 21 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Talk : Windsor Castle, 1000 Years of History

January 22 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Rotary Club of Kew Gardens Meeting

January 22 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm