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Kew has a real village feel with lovely shops and restaurants

Kew Midsummer Fete

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

Kew Market

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

Community Groups

Kew has numerous thriving community groups - get involved!

Open Spaces

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

Kew Bridge

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

October 2019

Welcome to all friends and visitors to Kew

– where autumn colours are providing a mellow tone to our news and events this month.

Harvest time is being celebrated at the Barn Church, with a fun supper and toe-tapping barn dance on October 12th. Kew’s local orchestra, the Kew Sinfonia, features spiders in its autumn concert programme – it’s on Saturday October 5th at St Anne’s. The repertoire includes the intriguing Patterson’s “spider's web for harp and strings” alongside other musical delights. The Richmond Symphonic Concert Band are holding their autumn concert at Raleigh Road Church on the same evening. Half-term at Kew Gardens offers an array of fun-filled workshops, performances and storytelling. The Kew Village Market celebrates its 8th birthday on Sunday 6th October with music from the Richmond Youth Jazz Band and the a cappella harmonies of GinSing Quartet. St Winefride’s offer their 1st Friday lunch on October 4th. There’s a small charge, and it raises funds for charity, this month “SmallSteps”. Other sociable gatherings include another “Meet In Kew” evening at St Luke’s on Thursday Oct 10th. It’s free, with refreshments available. Any profits go to Kew Community Trust.

And there’s so much more going on - 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 the friendly team (meetings are fuelled with coffee and cake), so we can all enjoy bringing people together in Kew.


20mph Enforcement: Community Roadwatch to be rolled out

As the new 20mph speed limit continues to be introduced across the borough, the Council is supporting local group 20’s Plenty in rolling out a new Community Roadwatch scheme, to help further reduce vehicle speeds on our roads. Community Roadwatch gives local residents the opportunity to work side by side with their local police teams…

Death Café

October 21 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Princess Alice Hospice are hosting a death café at The Avenue Club with the aim of bringing people together to drink tea, eat cake and talk about death and dying, allowing us to talk about things that may seem taboo.

Protect & Survive: Exhibition Tours

October 24 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Street Briefing

October 25 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Galloping Maestro Music & Supper Club at St Luke’s

October 25 @ 6:30 pm
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