There are only two weeks left to make your nominations for the Richmond Community Heroes awards. Do you know an inspiring individual, group or business who deserves recognition for the work they have done in the local community? Nominate them now! The Community Heroes programme is a chance for us to highlight and celebrate the…

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People who think they may have contracted Coronavirus can get tested at a temporary pop-up testing centre in Old Deer Park, on selected dates. In addition to the drive-in testing centre at Twickenham Stadium, the tests are being offered to anyone who thinks they may have symptoms – not just key workers. See the below…

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Part time, flexible hours, 16 hours / week pro rata to £26,550/year (£14.18) Companionship (Befriending) Coordinator, Kew TW9 KNA is a registered charity providing support for older, frail and housebound people in Kew,TW9 for over 40 years. We are looking for a person with empathetic people skills to join us to develop and manage our…

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I know that the news that London has moved into Tier 2 will have caused a lot of dismay to Richmond Park residents. Nobody wants a return to the lockdown restrictions we saw earlier in the year. But it is incredibly important that we all play our part to reduce the spread of infections in…

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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…

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Police and local Council are warning the public about delivery thefts after reports of people stealing packages from outside homes. Since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, parcels left outside people’s homes or in communal areas by delivery drivers have been stolen. Whilst couriers e.g. Amazon and Hermes have been advised on how to make…

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The Mayor of London held a public hearing yesterday where he considered the application in detail and determined whether or not planning permission should be granted. The Mayor did decide to grant planning permission for the development.

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Free ‘Dr Bike’ servicing session will be returning next month to Richmond Green. As more and more residents are taking up cycling, it is important that riders check their bike regularly, so that they are working properly and are safe to ride. West London Waste are hosting a socially-distanced Dr Bike session during Repair Week…

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And so it begins!…apparently ‘Good afternoon I’m calling from the NHS track and trace service. According to our system, you are likely to have been in close proximity to someone who has tested positive for COVID-19. This means that you now need to self-isolate for 7 days and take a COVID-19 test.’ ‘OK. Can you…

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