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Kew Post Office has reopened from Monday May 4th.  Opening hours will be 10.30-2.30 Monday to Friday, closed on Saturday and Sunday but with the closure of Martins it is open for newspapers on Saturday and Sunday mornings. For other local branches and to check latest information and opening times, please use the post office…

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The Prime Minister announced today that further loosening measures which were due to go live tomorrow, will now be delayed by at least a fortnight. This includes: Reopening most remaining leisure settings, including bowling, skating rinks and casinos Allowing live indoor theatre and concert performances to resume with socially distanced audiences Reopening all close contact…

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  After staying open for the duration of ‘hard’ and soft’ Lockdown in our shop – and with a fast-tracked new postal and free delivery service (Maids on Wheels!) offering hot roast dinners, anything we had time to bake, including the groceries and essentials that Maids probably hasn’t sold since rationing –  our sleeves remain…

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As of next week, my newsletter’s will move from daily to bi-weekly. FACE COVERINGS MANDATORY From today, face coverings will be mandatory when shopping in England, unless you are covered by an exemption. They are required to be worn in any shops, including food shops and supermarkets, but are not required in hospitality settings, including…

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LOCAL CORONAVIRUS DATA Many of you are keen to have an update on local cases of coronavirus especially as various parts of our lives begin to return to a sense of normality. Richmond Up to 21st July, Richmond had 539 cases in total with just 2 new cases in the week leading up to it.…

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NEWS Tackling Reckless Riverside Behaviour Cllr Gareth Roberts has met with ward councillors, the local Police and representatives from the Environment Agency to discuss what more can be done to clamp down on dangerous riverside behaviour along the Thames. At the meeting, all agreed that more action was needed to tackle the problem of those…

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NHS PARLIAMENTARY AWARDS NHS Parliamentary Awards are an awards program for health and care designed to help organisations engage with their local MPs, tell them about the work they do and build or strengthen ongoing relationships. The categories are Excellence in Healthcare Excellence in Mental Healthcare Excellence in Urgent and Emergency Care Excellence in Primary…

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Part of the announcement from the Prime Minister last week was encouraging people to consider going back to the workplace if it is safe. In our neighbourhood, we have a lot of people who require public transport to get to their place of work, so we need to consider the safety of getting to work…

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