Open Spaces

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


Lots of  Rainbows throughout Kew's streets

Kew Market

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

Syon House

Across the river from the Royal Botanic Gardens

Kew Midsummer Fete

Kew fete 2020 has had to be cancelled. Last year saw the 10th annual Kew Midsummer Fete, a great family day out that has raised over £150,000 for local charities.

Kew Village

Kew has a real village feel with lovely shops and restaurants

Kew Bridge

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

Community Groups

Kew has numerous thriving community groups - get involved!

Kew Pond

Spring Blossom

October 2020

Welcome to all friends and visitors in Kew

KewTW9 is run by keen community volunteers - our aim is to bring people together, through enjoying local events.  As the leaves start to turn, Kew is cautiously opening still further, though our pubs and restaurants are having to work with the latest restrictions.  But there's lots going on in October - above all, drum roll, Kew Village Market is back!  On Sunday 4th October, from 10am to 2pm, there’ll be over 35 stalls and live music, socially distanced of course please!  Our online "Reflections" series has more inspiring articles this month.  Heavenly Green skincare and beauty are back caring for clients in a carefully-managed, safe environment; the "In Flagrante Choir" tell how they've been singing throughout these strange months; and we hear how "The Avenue Club" has brought people back together, with more of their inspiring classes restarting face-to-face in a gradual reopening.  The green-fingered volunteers who keep Pensford Field carefully-managed, to support the environment, are once again holding Saturday Work Parties.  Do join them for some light gardening and distanced-socialising.  The Kew Neighbourhood Association, who support vulnerable members of our community, are now looking for our friendliest local dog!  Intrigued? Find out more about their Christmas Card competition.   And the dedicated team who run Kew Sparkle are not going to let the necessary cancellation of this year's Christmas Village evening stop them - there are alternative events planned, starting with a fun online fundraiser for the Christmas Village lights, on Wednesday 28 October 8-10pm.  Engage with a large virtual community group of friends, and help bring some early Festive Cheer to Kew Village.  These initiatives will be publicised on a new website, with social media and a poster campaign helping to raise donations.  More details on this and other local Christmas jollity will be here soon!  Meanwhile, to find out what else is going on in Kew, please visit our news section, and we also give details of our local community groups.


Coronavirus – Sarah Olney MP – 16th October

LONDON MOVING TO TIER 2 ALERT LEVEL AT MIDNIGHT TONIGHT London’s Covid-19 case rate has continued its upward trajectory, so the city will be moved from Tier 1 (medium alert level) to Tier 2 (high alert level) as of midnight tonight. Within the Greater London Authority, Richmond borough has the second highest rate of infection…

Please note - most events are now cancelled due to Covid-19

In Flagrante Virtual Choir

October 20 @ 7:30 pm - 8:45 pm

Missing Singing? Always thought you would like to try it but were too embarrassed to sing in front of other people?

Street Briefing

October 21 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

‘A Huge Pack of Witches’: A Witch scare in 17th Century Lancashire

October 23 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

In Flagrante Virtual Choir

October 27 @ 7:30 pm - 8:45 pm

Kew Community Quiz Night

October 28 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Kew Village Market

November 1 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm

In Flagrante Virtual Choir

November 3 @ 7:30 pm - 8:45 pm